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TIEKS – Sunshine ft. Dan Harkna

Little late to the party, but your Thursdays need this earworm. Brought to you by London producer TIEKS and featuring the vocals of Dan Harkna, ‘Sunshine’ is full of delightful piano chords darting around a wonderful house groove. Ministry of Sound are releasing this on 9th October, pre-orders here.

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Grum – Straight To Your Heart

Scottish producer GRUM is back with two euphoric tracks to pick up your Tuesday afternoons. First one’s an original and the second’s a remix of Secondcity’s ‘What Can I Do’, featuring Ali Love. They’re both piano-laden, clean cut, hands-in-the-air fun. Next up for the Scot, we hear he’s working with Brit popstress Indiana, so keep your ears to the ground for that one.

 

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Just Kiddin – Feeling Better

‘Feeling Better’ is the new one from Kettering duo, Just Kiddin. The pair first crossed many radars with the glorious 1990s throwback banger, ‘I Want U’, back in February – the brilliant video for which was shot on location in Kettering (it wasn’t. This is a Northamptonshire joke – apologies.)

Since then they have been busy boys, producing EPs on Nurvous Records and Ministry of Sound’s new HK Records – along with a host of other original tracks and remixes. ‘Feeling Better’ is released via Eton Messy and it’s a lovely house stomper. With a measured concoction of looped vocals, sharp synths and echoey strings, it’s the perfect soundtrack to the end of summer.

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Alex Metric & Jacques Lu Cont feat. Malin – Safe With You

Best put your hands in the air now, save yourself the trouble during this top drawer collaboration between Alex Metric and Jacques Lu Cont:

They’re two of dance music’s most euphoric producers, both with impeccable pop sensibilities, and their skills are perfectly complemented here by the vocal talents of Malin from Niki & The Dove. Premiered during Annie Mac’s show last week, it’s due out on Ministry of Sound soon. Here’s a longer, dub mix with a back and forth between Annie and Jacques thrown in first (tune starts around 2:35):

What a pick-me-up.

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