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Detroit Swindle – 64 Ways feat. Mayer Hawthorne – The Remixes

HD faves Detroit Swindle have whipped out a load of goodies on their upcoming release on Dirt Crew Recordings. ‘64 Ways’ is a collaboration with the slick and multi-talented Mayer Hawthorne and the release comes armed with a star-studded selection of remixes.

Not only have the Dutch duo done a Dub version of the tune themselves, but house royalty Kerri Chandler has crafted both vocal and instrumental versions of the track. Fellow Dutchmen Kraak & Smaak threw one in the mix too, so it’s a busy release but a good one. The trademark key loop from Detroit Swindle’s ’65th Way Dub’ version’s a stand-out for us.

Out June 16th, get your pre-orders in here.

 

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Clancy – What You Do EP

Dirt Crew Recordings, known for its deep house releases from the likes of Tigerskin, Homework and Mano Le Tough, are pushing things forward and setting up a sub label. It’s called S P I E L and sees the Berlin imprint expand their horizons somewhat, delving into “more genre crossing styles of music in the indie dance and nu-disco field.”

Guess who they’ve recruited to fly the flag for their first release? It’s only your boy, Clancy.

It’s his long-awaited debut EP, it’s out on September 30th and you can pre-order it here. All three of his originals on the EP are understated yet catchy, dancefloor-ready tracks with delicious vocals across the board. As a little bonus, disco aficionado (aficionadisco? No? OK then) Prins Thomas has been commandeered for remix duties.

With another EP coming out in November and more remixes on the way, it’s an exciting time for the UK producer.

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Waze & Odyssey – Please Don’t Dance (Detroit Swindle’s Basement Dub)

Little preview here of Waze and Odyssey’s upcoming release on Dirt Crew Recordings with Detroit Swindle’s Basement Dub remix. Everything this Dutch duo touch at the moment turns to gold, including this ace cut.

If this sounds up your street, check out the mix they’ve just done for Parisian-based Vibes & Pepper Records, it’s full of goodies:

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