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"Hold Tight" is a 1981 single by Change from the LP entitled Miracles. The single's vocals were sung by Diva Gray. Along with the songs "Paradise" and "Heaven of My Life", it became a number one single on the US dance chart for five weeks.[1] It was also the second single released from "Miracles," as "Hold Tight" peaked at number 40 on Billboard's Soul Chart, and number 89 on the Billboard Hot 100.
Pierre Moritz unleashes his debut 12” with the dance floor ready ‘Dédé Is Back EP’ for Shall Not Fade.SNF welcome Paris based newcomer Pierre Moritz to their family with four groovy, disco fuelled jams.
Once again exciting times for 2TUF4U Records as we experience many new forthcoming releases and digitally remastered re-releases from one of it's earliest signings GE, Mr Gary Esson. Not only will these be available at our official store, but also world wide at all good digital music stores.Label Owner and Executive Producer Karl Brown of Tuff Jam became aware of GE's production talents in the early 2000s. After this quickly became a working relationship with releases such as Nu Generation EP 2004 and The Return EP 2009 released on vinyl.
4 Funky Tracks From France!A1 samples "You're My Number 1" from the album 15914 by Artist XYZA2 samples "Song" by Artist XXZB1 samples "Another Song" by Artist ZZZB2 samples "Who's Fooling Who" from the album 88200 by XXX
Pumping electro House Slammer, including great mixes by Laidback Luke & Roger Sanchez.
First Part Of The Brand New Album ! First In A Series Of 3 . The Vinyl Release Of Ian Pooleys New Album "in Other Words". Part One Includes Some Of The Highlights Of His Latest Album.
The angelic figure behind GLRY001 is James Pepper. Leading the next generation of the Sydney scene, Pep has already swapped the headphones with Gerd Jansen, Denis Sulta, Coeo and has multiple collaborations with Berlin’s Black Loops. 2019 saw him spend a lengthy period in Europe, couch and studio hopping before returning home to wrap his best work to date. Matching attitude with beauty, For All My Wrongs is the perfect motif for Gallery’s debut release. Subby kicks are matched with rich and emotive chords, creating 8 minutes of distorted calmness, equally at home in the club as it is on your morning commute. Deep acid grooves come to the front for the second single All Star, a tried and tested live hit for the last six months in Pepper’s shows. Backed by a remix from Melbourne producer Cassettes For Kids. Rounding out the EP is Stampeded (Of The Elephants), a fast, bass line heavy cut with attitude.
From his 1999 chart-topper 'You Don't Know Me' to his recent collaboration with Dizzee Rascal on 'Bonkers', Armand Van Helden has always been a DJ with crossover appeal. So when he formed Duck Sauce with fellow New Yorker A-Trak - Kanye West's turntablist of choice - the ripples of excitement were quick to make their way across the, ahem, pond.First offering 'aNYway' finds the pair on a mission to put some "oogie in your boogie" as they dish up a club banger inspired by their hometown. Blending funky '70s disco - courtesy of a sample from Final Edition's 'I Can Do It' - with throbbing house beats, 'aNYway' works a cool retro vibe while still making sense in the present. It's the closest most of us will come to Nights On Broadway this autumn, but it's none too shabby a substitute.
“Pretty Baby” is a song by American vocal group Sister Sledge, released as the lead single from their third album Love Somebody Today. It was released on March 16, 1980, by Cotillion Records label.Produced By Bernard Edwards & Nile Rodgers. Written By Nile Rodgers & Bernard Edwards.Release Date: March 16, 1980
Bias is best known for his single "Neighbourhood" which reached #25 in the UK charts in July 2000,[3] having created a large underground response from late 1999 in its original version. Living in Milton Keynes at the time, he collaborated with several other local artists and DJs resulting in a host of well-received tracks and remixes early in his producing career, such as "Standard Hoodlum Issue" with DJ Spatts (The Criminal Minds).[4] Some of these have been released on his own Sidewinder/Sidestepper and Biasonic labels.
Buckle in as KETTAMA smashes through for Steel City Dance Discs Vol. 26! The G-Town heavyweight ticks all the boxes with a 5-track barrage of head-thumping House and Techno.
Pierre Moritz unleashes his debut 12” with the dance floor ready ‘Dédé Is Back EP’ for Shall Not Fade.SNF welcome Paris based newcomer Pierre Moritz to their family with four groovy, disco fuelled jams.
Once again exciting times for 2TUF4U Records as we experience many new forthcoming releases and digitally remastered re-releases from one of it's earliest signings GE, Mr Gary Esson. Not only will these be available at our official store, but also world wide at all good digital music stores.Label Owner and Executive Producer Karl Brown of Tuff Jam became aware of GE's production talents in the early 2000s. After this quickly became a working relationship with releases such as Nu Generation EP 2004 and The Return EP 2009 released on vinyl.
4 Funky Tracks From France!A1 samples "You're My Number 1" from the album 15914 by Artist XYZA2 samples "Song" by Artist XXZB1 samples "Another Song" by Artist ZZZB2 samples "Who's Fooling Who" from the album 88200 by XXX
The TJR Dub mix of Just Gets Better is an instant garage classic. You'll hear it and be in love. The dub mix is more energetic and upbeat than the original vocal mix.
Raised in Philadelphia but currently based in New York, Baltra has spent the last decade honing a sound that’s rich on romance and melancholy.Releasing his first music in parallel with the lo-fi house explosion of the mid-2010s — and racking up millions of plays on YouTube and other streaming services in the process — Baltra has always had a restless approach and attention to detail that’s set him apart from many of his peers, often using his own voice (or that of collaborators, including Park Hye Jin and his wife Angela) rather than relying on samples, and exploring both higher and lower tempos on his acclaimed 2019 debut album Ted. It’s fitting that his debut for Local Action — a five-track EP that marks some of Baltra’s most meticulously crafted but undeniably catchy work yet — is simply titled Ambition.Released on May 27, Ambition sees Baltra firmly cast his own vocals front and centre. Whether manipulated, such as on foggy opener ‘Make It B.I.G.’ and the down-tempo ‘Like a Butterfly’, or left comparatively bare on lead single ‘Baby’ and the EP’s closing track ‘Will You Be?’, Ambition showcases Baltra’s ability to write songs that are both effective in a dance music context but also transcend... more

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