Review: Dusk Till Dawn once again drops another slab of infectious vocal hardcore madness, with new signing The Acolyte making a devastating debut with "Heal My Soul" featuring the lush vocals of Amy. Dusk Till Dawn is the hot, new upfront vocal hardcore record label from Electronica Exposed. Each Dusk Till Dawn release has a big name remix by the likes of Cube::Hard, Sy & Unknown, Billy "Daniel" Bunter & CLSM, Kevin Energy and Hujib. The original guarantees hands in the air with its energetic beat and large synth leads. On the flip, Kevin Energy delivers his first ever remix for Dusk Till Dawn which features bouncy hoover sections and epic trance riffs.
Review: Dusk Till Dawn returns with another fresh slice of vocal hardcore madness. Each Dusk Till Dawn release has a big name remix by the likes of Cube::Hard, Sy & Unknown, Billy "Daniel" Bunter & CLSM, Kevin Energy, Hujib, DJ Stormtrooper amongst others. The Acolyte is a young and exciting producer from Sydney, Australia and has a mountain of productions released and forthcoming on the likes of Relentless Vinyl, Executive, Electronic, Electroplates, MasterWax, RFU, Addictive Vinyl, Pitched Up and many more. Cube::Hard is the hottest producer in hardcore right now working with the likes of CLSM and Kevin Energy! Recently his tracks have featured massively on the "Bonkers" and "Hardcore Heaven" albums. Forthcoming 2006 releases on Dusk Till Dawn include tracks from The Acolyte, Petrol Heads, Sean Apollo, Fraud & Ionosphere and Fracus.
Review: Direct from the continent, Lab Recordings brings you the next European dance smash of the year. From the same stable as Cascada's "Everytime We Touch" - comes the large German dance hit "Piece Of Heaven". Hardcore favourites Dougal & Gammer turn out a quality hardcore remix which is receiving heavy support on the vibrant hardcore scene. Australian legend Alex K delivers an up-tempo main set stormer in his usual "Klubbed Up" fashion. Heavily Supported on Ministry Of Sound's "Big Tunes" tours and AATW "Clubland Tours" across Europe.
Review: Ever-present in the early to mid nineties and as the die hard fans know well, they haven't actually gone anywhere. Luna-C and his label stable have been constantly releasing music ever since then. Here are two brand new releases for you to get your hands on. To give you an explanation of what's on the wax, it's not that far from what they were releasing back in the day. The old skool feel remains, but the tempo has gone up a bit. Some of the tracks on the EP would even fit into the new hardcore breakz category. Knite Force has some serious die hard fans out there, don't forget to help them get hold of their fix.
Review: Galloping Euro-NRG for fans of the All Around The World and Almighty label stuff! Though producer Stu Allen made his mark in hard house through his Nukleuz label releases, this is a different animal in terms of style and substance It s a glorious, galloping, full-vocal NRG anthem with an incredible melody, big synths and a sexy-as-hell blue-eyed male vocal. The club mix is first rate male vocal Euro-NRG while the Elemental remix aims for a bigger, new millennium vocal trance sound. The Nick Rowland remix has the most crossover potential, with a great Robbins/Ultra label kind of appeal Additional bonus mixes are frenetic hardstyle and breakbeat turns aimed at Allen's Nukleuz fan base.