December 2006

Podcasts : Episode #26 – Best of 2006

 Sunday, December 31st 2006, 2:30 pm
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So it’s that time of year again. It’s time to attempt to choose some of the best tunes of the year for my end of year podcast. It’s a tough choice as always as you can probably imagine. There have been so many great tracks that have been released this year as you’ll probably already know because you listen to the podcasts. From the soulful house through funky piano tunes and up to the techy-electro house it’s hard to pick favourites but I have had a look through my collection and mixed up what I think is a great selection of tunes.

I decided to stick to the funkier house sounds even though I had a load of electro-house tracks to play for you too. Maybe next year I’ll have to do two mixes! I have also decided to treat you all to a 128 kbps MP3 file for better clarity. The reason I don’t normally do it is because I have over 14,000 downloads per show and the bandwidth costs are pretty high but it’s Christmas so what the hell! So here is the tracklisting for the show.

  1. Asle – Golden Sun (Haji & Emanuel Mix) – CR2 Records
    Hot Danish DJ and producer Asle Bjorn gave us this outstanding piano track of the year. I don’t ever get tired of hearing this tune with it’s great piano riff and sultry vocals. Hearing this, drinking a beer and watching the sunset (or rise!) would be a perfect day.
  2. Belle – What The Hell (Chus Penn Remix) – Mercury Records
    Belle is a teenage new comer to the music scene but she has one hell of a voice and her folk tune has been remixed to deep house heaven by Spanish Producers DJ Chus and David Penn. Great tribal drums, haunting synths and graceful pianos.
  3. Solu Music – Fade (Grant Nelson Big Room Mix) – Hed Kandi
    Otherwise known as the track where the vocals are slightly out of tune! Grant Nelson‘s remix is the epitome of funky house with it’s great keys and strings. As I said, the vocal sounds out of key but that makes it all the more special.
  4. High Life – Mercy On Me – Onephatdeeva
    Onephatdeeva give us another stunning vocal tune out of their Oxfordshire studios. A great gospel sounding peak time track which gets the dancefloor rocking.
  5. Nelly Furtado – Man Eater (DJ Cruze Funkfinders Mix) – CDR
    Ok, so it’s a bit of shameless self promotion but I’m really happy that I managed to actually finish a remix this year! As there were no decent house remixes of this Nelly Furtado classic I took it upon myself to do one myself. The result is a funky house tune which has been downloaded over 20,000 times! Feel free to download the remix here if you haven’t got it already. Watch out for some more Funkfinders remixes in the early 2007 as I have some good ones planned.
  6. Ben Macklin – Feel Together (Original Mix) – Serial Recordings
    Ben Macklin, aka one half of the Sucker DJs, brought us this monsterous funky house in early 2006. It then subsequently took another 9 months to get a full release with a vocal and some new remixes. The original track is my personal favourite though. A great funky bassline and some massive drums. Lovely!
  7. Hard Fi – Hard To Beat (Axwell Remix) – Atlantic Records
    Ok so this actually came out in 2005 but I didn’t manage to get hold of it until early 2006 and it was a massive tune for me then. Swedish house mafioso, Axwell, turns this indie tune into a storming dirty house tune. Massive!
  8. Mish Mash – Speechless (Soul Avengerz Mix) – Data Records
    Mish Mash brought us this killer disco house tune in 2006 and it got remixed by one of the production teams of the year, Soul Avengerz. Great disco strings and a filthy disco bassline make this a killer track.
  9. Inner City Playboys – Jet Setter (Ian Carey Remix) – Loaded Records
    Yet another killer remix from Ian Carey gives us this monster tune which was an Ibiza favourite.
  10. Energy 52 – Cafe Del Mar 2006 (Raul Rincon Mix) – AATW
    I asked myself whether I could stomach any more versions of Cafe Del Mar and I finally had to concede that this was a wicked mix from one of my favourite producers, Raul Rincon. He takes the classic riff and turns it into a piano stomper.
  11. Chris Lake – Changes (Vocal Version) – Apollo Records
    Hot Scottish producer Chris Lake gave us this awesome deeper house tune with an amazing piano breakdown. Some people don’t like the vocal mix but I think it works well. Check out the Dirty South remix too for some funky French sounding house music.

So that’s it for 2006 then as we move swiftly into 2007. It’s been a great year for me and I hope it’s been fantastic for you too. Thanks again for the support and love that everyone has given me over the past year. People seem to be loving the podcasts and mixes and they will continue into the new year along with some more Funkfinders productions. Big love to you and all of your friends and family for 2007 and a massive HAPPY NEW YEAR! Hope it’s a good one!

Mixes : Christmas 2006: Dark and dubby mix

 Sunday, December 31st 2006, 11:00 am
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So for the 5th mini mix of Christmas we have something deep, dark and dubby. Imagine it’s 4am in a club and you’ve had way too much of your favourite substance (mine is beer but yours might be something else!) What do you need? Some deep and dirty grooves to chill you out a bit of course!

Kicking this mix off is the stunning remix of Dannii Minogue’s “He’s The Greatest Dancer” by Scottish producer of the moment Chris Lake. Chris builds the track with a deep and dubby bassline and cheeky start-stop drums interspersed with Dannii’s great vocals and some haunting strings. This mix is a million miles away from the somewhat cheesey original mix.

Eddie Thoneick then takes it up a notch with his remix of “Feel Together” by Ben Macklin. He has turned this into an electro-house stomper from the original’s orchestral feel. Featuring great vocals from Tiger Lilly this builds up into a dirty monster of a tune. We then head through The Group Dynamics “Consequences” with its clanging synths and chugging bassline through to an unsual remix of Robbie William’s “Lovelight”. Kurd Maverick loses most of the vocals and just keeps a few repetitive phrases that he layers over chunky drums, nagging synths and a funky electronic bassline. Add a smattering of funky wah-wah guitars and you’ve got a killer tune.

Next up we’ve got a cheeky tune from The Young Punx called “Rockall”. It samples a UK radio station called Radio 4 which is one of the BBC’s premier radio stations. During the evening we have something called the shipping forecast which tells sailors the weather forecast and sailing conditions around the UK. The Young Punx have cheekily sampled it to create this funky breakbeat tune “Rockall”. Something I didn’t know is that rockall is a stretch of the Atlantic just off the west coast of Ireland and appears to be prone to gales at this time of year! Now don’t say that I don’t teach you anything.

Klaas then does a nice and dirty remix of “Weightlessness” from Freelance Hellraiser. If you’ve never heard of him then think again. He was the original king of the mash-up and you’ve probably heard his version of “Genie in a Bottle” by Christina Aguilera over the top of The Strokes’ “Hard To Explain”. A genius if ever I heard one. He’s back with a new album and if this is anything to go by then it’s going to rock hard!

Finally, we end on a dirty Dave Spoon remix of Tyken’s “Every Word” on Hed Kandi. They’ve done a little side-step from their usual funky releases with this EP and they’ve moved into the 80s synth house. Dave’s remix heads down the saw-synth bassline route with is complemented by the great vocals in this tune. It feels mellow but it rocks hard!

Hope you enjoyed the deep and dubby mix and watch out for the final mix in the Christmas mini-mix series.

Tracklisting:

  1. Dannii Minogue – He’s The Greatest Dancer (Chris Lake Remix) – AATW
  2. Ben Macklin – Feel Together (Eddie Thoneick Remix) – Free2Air Recordings
  3. The Group Dynamics – Consequences (Original Vocal Mix) – UMM
  4. Robbie Williams – Lovelight (Kurd Maverick Vocal Mix) – EMI
  5. The Young Punx – Rockall (Phonat Mix) – Mofo Hifi
  6. Freelance Hellraiser – Weightlessness (Klaas Mix) – Ugly Truth
  7. Tyken – Every Word (Dave Spoon Remix) – Hed Kandi

Mixes : Christmas 2006: Piano mix

 Saturday, December 30th 2006, 11:00 pm
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Mixed: December 2006
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I love piano house. It’s that simple. I first got into it in the early 90s when house music moved from the synthesizer based acid house and early techno that people were producing into the Italian “Italo-house” that unsurprisingly came out of Italy! There were hundreds of great tunes that came out and they helped to move the house sound on from bleepy techno to a more soulful sound. A play a lot of funky piano house in my sets so I thought I’d try and play some of the great piano tunes that have come out in 2006.

This mix kicks off with a great tune by French producer Antoine Clamaran. The funky American remix team Hott 22 build up this soulful tune with some pumping keys combined with the smooth vocal and a some layered pads and strings. We then head off into old school piano territory for Mike Perry’s remix of “Brazilian Love Affair” by George Duke. A classic old jazz tune that builds up into a big room tune where the pianos echo round your head forever!

We’ve then got the funky house sounds of the producer of the year, Raul Rincon. He turns “Be Without You” by Wi-Fi into a percussion-laden piano anthem. The pianos remind me of the old hardcore classic “Feel Reel Good” by Manix which was later got sampled by Rockford Files for their 1994 club hit “Sexy Dancer”. Raul Rincon has the midas touch when it comes to remix and I’m sure he’ll carry on into 2007 with his funky house sounds.

Hot Spanish producer Ian Carey then takes on the hot German producers the Tune Brothers and their awesome old school sounding “I Like It”. Ian provides us with a dirty 2006 bassline but kicks in some nagging piano keys which just seem to build and build. This is a proper 2am tune which sends the crowds wild. I’ve then put in Simmons and Christopher‘s new tune “Weekend”. This is a cover of an old disco anthem by Class Action which was made famous by Todd Terry in the early 90s. Again Raul Rincon works his remix magic and drops a funky bassline, chunky rhodes and pianos and a cheeky synth lead line. Another classic remix from the wunderkind of German house!

The final tune in the piano mix is a new tune by Cafe Groove called “Why U Wanna Do Me Wrong?”. A great soulful remix by the Soul Avengerz ends the mix nicely as they create a future piano anthem. Lovely!

Tracklisting:

  1. Antoine Clamaran – Keep On Tryin’ (Hott 22 Remix) –
  2. George Duke – Brazilian Love Affair (Mike Perry Extended Vocal Mix) –
  3. Wi-Fi – Be Without You (Raul Rincon Remix) –
  4. Tune Brothers – I Like It (Ian Carey’s Ghetto Fabulous Mix) –
  5. Simmons & Christopher – Weekend (Raul Rincon Remix) – AATW
  6. Cafe Groove – Why U Wanna Do Me Wrong? (Soul Avengerz Vocal Mix) – Hit! Records

Mixes : Christmas 2006: 80s mix

 Saturday, December 30th 2006, 12:30 pm
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Mixed: December 2006
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If you had to describe the sound of 2006 then I’d probably say that it was the year of the 80s bassline. Synthesizers came back into fashion and the bouncing saw-toothed bassline came back into vogue. This little mini-mix celebrates the sound of 2006 while still keeping the funky vibe that you all know and love.

Kicking off this mix is a remix from two of the hottest Dutch producers of the last year, Mark Simmons and Dennis Christopher. They do a great remix on Paris Avenue‘s “In My Mind” and build up the tune with a bouncing bassline, some funky guitars and a cheeky arpeggiated synth. Following that we’ve got possibly the best remix, in my opinion, of Degrees of Motion’s classic “Do You Want It Right Now?” The hottest producers of 2006, Seamus Haji and Paul Emanuel, take us back to the late 80s or early 90s with their synth driven piano remix and this track blew up big time for me in the clubs.

M-Factor then take on the mighty Fatboy Slim to give us a funky synth bassline version of his hip-hop reggae tune “Champion Sound”. A massive, building tune that takes us neatly to Kurtis Mantronix‘s re-rub of “We Ride” by Rihanna. A dirty D-Ramirez style tune with some bleepy 80s 8-bit synth noises that really works the dirty dancefloors when played out in a club.

We then head back to another Haji & Emanuel remix and their reworking of “Easy” by the Sugababes. Following a similar style to the Mantronix remix it features plenty of reverb and de-tuned synth fun and cheeky cut-up vocals. We finish the 80s mix with a cheeky 80s tune which has been brought into the 2000s by a producer called Edison. I couldn’t resist dropping his remix of “Heart Of Glass” by Blondie into the mix as it wouldn’t be the 80s without a bit of Blondie! It’s very similar to the original but adds some funky house drums and cuts up the tune a bit. A cheeky rework if ever there was one.

Tracklisting:

  1. Paris Avenue – In My Mind (Simmons & Christopher Dub) –
  2. Degrees Of Motion – Do You Want It Right Now? (Haji & Emanuel Remix) –
  3. Fatboy Slim – Champion Sound (M Factor Remix) – Skint Recordings
  4. Rihanna – We Ride (Mantronix Club Mix)
  5. Sugababes – Easy (Seamus Haji & Paul Emanuel Remix) –
  6. Blondie – Heart Of Glass (Edison Vocal Mix) –

Mixes : Christmas 2006: Electro mix

 Friday, December 29th 2006, 9:25 am
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Mixed: December 2006
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Time for the second DJ Cruze Christmas mini-mix and what better way to work off all of the extra Christmas food that you’ve eaten than with a dirty electro mix. This mix starts off with the dirty electro Speaker Junk remix of Basement Jaxx‘s “Take Me Back To Your House”. It sound like one of the dubbier mixes that the Jaxx boys used to do of their own tunes and it sounds awesome in a club.

I’ve then stuck a tune which I originally hated but then grew to love after I heard it in a mix that someone gave me. It’s by a Dutch hip-hop collective called D.J.V.T. and it has been transformed into an 8-bit wonder by one of my favourite DJs, and ex-Wise Guy, DJ Touche. Layered with booming synth basslines and 8-bit synth stabs this works really well for my harder dancefloors. I’ve got no idea what the lyrics are though! Perhaps one of my Dutch fans can tell me.

Continuing the hip-house and Dutch theme we’ve then got Don Diablo‘s “Blow” as remixed by another hot Dutch DJ and producer Sebastien Leger. Sebastien has been on a roll this year and his dirty electro tunes rip the dancefloors up. This is followed up by another hot remix by Sebastien with his wicked acid-tinged remix of Lorraine‘s “Heaven”. Filtered electro at its best!

We’ve then got something unexpected. Yes, the dulcet tones of Mick Hucknall and Simply Red! Sweet Connection have turned this into a killer tune by minimal use of the vocals and some great building synths. This is followed by a horrible cheesy tune in its original form but Dave Moreaux has turned the Michael Jackson remake of “Billie Jean” by Starzoom into a chunky and glitchy electro tune. I’m loving this remix of it.

Finally, we’ve got a fantastic production and remix of Scissor Sisters “I Don’t Feel Like Dancing” by Paper Faces aka Mr. Stuart Price, Les Rhythmes Digitals, Jacques Lu Cont, Thin White Duke, Man With Guitar etc. A man of many guises but an excellent producer as Madonna will attest I’m sure. Using repetitive vocal snippets, great pads and a cheeky square-waved synth bassline this is a great tune to end the mix.

Tracklisting:

  1. Basement Jaxx – Take Me Back To Your House (Speaker Junk Remix) – XL Recordings
  2. D.J.V.T. – Watskeburt (Touche Instrumental Mix) – Nebula Records
  3. Don Diablo – Blow (Sebastien Leger Remix) – Salacious
  4. Lorraine – Heaven (Sebastien Leger Remix) – Waterfall Records
  5. Simply Red – Oh What A Girl (Sweet Connection Dub Mix) – SimplyRed.com
  6. Starzoom – Billie Jean (Dave Moureaux Remix) – Gusto Records
  7. Scissor Sisters – I Don’t Feel Like Dancin’ (Paper Faces Mix) – Polydor

Mixes : Christmas 2006: Warm Up Mix

 Wednesday, December 27th 2006, 7:00 pm
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Mixed: December 2006
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The first mix in my Christmas mini-mix series brings you a warm up mix. It’s 10pm. You haven’t left the house yet but you want some tunes to get you in the mood. What do you do? Turn on your PC (or your CD player if you’ve ripped this mix) and turn up the funky warm up mix!

Kicking off the mix is Dutch producer Mischa Daniels with his funky “Take Me Higher”. Sweden’s master producer Stonebridge remixes this and gives us a funky bassline, some mellow keys and a great start to the mix. After this we’ve got the emotive piano mix of Just Jack‘s “Starz in their Eyes” by The Trophy Twins. It takes a bit of getting used to if you’re not used to his urban poetry style (think The Streets but a bit more musical when he sings) but I’m loving this remix. Reminds me of the early 90s deep house stuff that I used to love.

I’ve then stuck in one of my tunes of the year. I’m obviously a massive fan of Raul Rincon, just check out my charts, and he has turned “Life Begins” by The Energies into an amazing piano tune. The electric pianos and reversed vocals build up the tune nicely until he drops his killer piano riff. Lovely work! I could listen to this tune on repeat all day. Well maybe not all day but at least for a couple of hours! It’s a pity his website insists on opening full screen though!

Following that we have a funky tune from some new UK producers called Kingpinz with their new track “Need You Tonight”. Some funky pads and a chunky bassline give this a place in my box. Finally, we’ve got one of the hottest production teams of 2006 – The Soul Seekerz. They’ve had a fantastic year, with what seems like hundreds of remixes, and “Party For The Weekend” tops it off nicely for them.

So there you go. The first Christmas mini-mix. Hope you enjoyed it and keep your eyes on the website for the next mix in a couple of days.

Tracklisting:

  1. Mischa Daniels – Take Me Higher (Stonebridge Mix) – Boss Records
  2. Just Jack – Starz In Their Eyes (Trophy Twins Mix) –
  3. The Energies – Life Begins (Raul Rincon Dub) -
  4. Kingpinz – Need You Tonight (Original Mix) – Cayenne Records
  5. Soul Seekerz – Party For The Weekend (Vocal Mix) – Positiva Records

News : James Brown is dead

 Monday, December 25th 2006, 8:43 am

James Brown - The godfather of soul

Sadly, LA Style’s classic rave anthem “James Brown Is Dead” has come true today as the godfather of soul passed away early this morning. Sad new for a Christmas morning.

I got into soul music in my late teens after realising that loads of the hip-hop tracks that were around at the time sampled soul and funk music. James Brown’s “Funky Drummer” must have been the most over-used and most sampled breakbeat of the mid 80s to early 90s and you’ll definitely hear a James Brown sample on most hip-hop tracks from the 80s. In fact, I’ve just found a list of loads of people who sampled it here. Nice!

He influenced all generations from the 50s through to now and I found this great quote from him from the Associated Press:

“Disco is James Brown, hip-hop is James Brown, rap is James Brown; you know what I’m saying? You hear all the rappers, 90 percent of their music is me,” he told the AP in 2003

I think that says it all really.

James Brown will be sadly missed. May the godfather of soul rest in peace.

Podcasts : Episode #25 – Santa Baby

 Sunday, December 24th 2006, 10:50 pm
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Date: 24th December 2006
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Ho! Ho! Ho! Merry Christmas! It’s that time of year again when I bring some funky house tunes and dirty electro and leave it under the Christmas tree. Episode #25 of the DJ Cruze podcast will be appearing in your podcatcher on Christmas morning. It’s a lot better than that lump of coal you received last year for being a naughty boy or girl!

As promised, it features the cheeky DJ Cruze Funkfinders remix of the Eartha Kitt classic “Santa Baby”. I’ve only used a little bit of the vocal but I hope I’ve turned it into a funky house tune that you’ll enjoy. Check out the other funky tracks from the likes of Stonebridge, Olav Basoski, the Soul Avengerz and Raul Rincon. It’s like a who’s who of the most famous house producers at the moment! Enjoy!

Don’t forget to rate this podcast so I know what you like and don’t like. Run your mouse over the stars underneath the title of this podcast and it allows you to rate it. If you like it then give me a big phat 10. If it’s terrible then give it a 1. Go on… you know you want to vote!

As always I love to hear your feed back on the show. Contact me using the form provided and I’ll get back to you as soon as I can. I’m always looking for new tunes to play on the show so if you’re an up and coming producer who’s looking for some exposure then let me know and if I like the tunes, I’ll play them.

Here is the tracklisting for the show:

  • DJ Cruze exclusive:
    • Eartha Kitt – Santa Baby (DJ Cruze Funkfinders Remix) – CDR
  • DJ Cruze chart rundown:
    • Cafe Groove – Why U Wanna Do Me Wrong? (Soul Avengerz Vocal Mix) – Hit! Records
    • Stonebridge – SOS (Stonebridge RMX) – CDR
    • A Lee – Electric Passion (Original Mix) – Oxyd
    • Just Jack – Starz In Their Eyes (Trophy Twins Mix) – Mercury Records
    • Basoski & Romano – No One – Rootz Records
    • Tyken – Every Word (Club Mix) – Hed Kandi
    • Wi-Fi – Be Without You (Raul Rincon Mix) – AATW
    • Starzoom – Billie Jean (Dave Moureaux Remix) – Gusto Records
    • Dannii Minogue – He’s The Greatest Dancer (Chris Lake Remix) – AATW
  • Cruze classic from 1995:
    • Paula Abdul – Crazy Cool (Strike’s Dub) – Virgin

Oh and don’t forget to check out the website over Christmas for the six mini-mixes of Christmas! Yet more great mixes for you to download. Merry Christmas!

News : The six mini mixes of Christmas

 Sunday, December 24th 2006, 9:37 pm

The six mixes of Christmas

On the first day of Christmas DJ Cruze he gave to me…

Well I haven’t quite managed to do mixes for the 12 days of Christmas, but I have managed to get into my studio and record six mixes for you to download over the Christmas period. I’ve done them just to say a little “thank you” to you all for the support that you’ve given me over the past year and for all of the positive feedback I’ve received for my podcasts and productions. It means a lot to me to have fans across the globe so wherever you are in the world make sure that you enjoy the mixes and play them loud!

Each one is about 35 to 40 minutes long and each one of them has a different theme. The mixes you’ll get are:

  • A warm up mix – some nice pre-club tunes to listen to before a night out on the town.
  • An electro mix – dirty house music!
  • 80s bassline mix – think Seamus Haji’s mix of “Boogie Tonight” and you’ll know that the bassline sound of 2006 has been influenced by the 80s.
  • Piano mix – some of the best piano tunes that I’ve heard recently. Did I tell you that I love pianos? :)
  • Dark and dubby – some of the darker tunes that I’ve been sent over the past few months. Don’t be scared!
  • Phat and funky mix – ok, so I couldn’t think of a title for the last mix so it just contains plenty of funky house tunes.

The 12 days of Christmas span from December 25th until January 6th (I believe) so I’ll publish my mixes at various intervals during that time. Keep checking back at the website or subscribe to the RSS feed to be notified when the mixes go live. It should be every 2 days but it depends on how much red wine I drink! ;)

Merry Christmas!

Charts : 17th December 2006

 Monday, December 18th 2006, 8:07 pm
  1. Dannii Minogue – He’s The Greatest Dancer (Chris Lake Remix) – AATW
  2. Starzoom – Billie Jean (Dave Moureaux Remix) – Gusto Records
  3. Wi-Fi – Be Without You (Raul Rincon Mix) – AATW
  4. Tyken – Every Word (Club Mix) – Hed Kandi
  5. Basoski & Romano – No One – Rootz Records
  6. Just Jack – Starz In Their Eyes (Trophy Twins Mix) – Mercury Records
  7. A Lee – Electric Passion (Original Mix) – Oxyd
  8. JoJo – Too Little Too Late (Raul Rincon Vocal Version) – Mercury Records
  9. Stonebridge – SOS (Stonebridge RMX) – CDR
  10. Cafe Groove – Why U Wanna Do Me Wrong? (Soul Avengerz Vocal Mix) – Hit! Records
  11. Simmons & Christopher – Weekend (Dennis Christopher Remix) – AATW
  12. Erick E – The Beat Is Rockin’ (Simmons & Christopher Remix) – Gusto Records
  13. Mika – Grace Kelly (Bimbo Jones Remix) – Casablanca
  14. Ben Macklin – Feel Together (Eddie Thoneick Remix) – Free2Air Recordings
  15. Vanessa Hudgens – Come Back To Me (Chris Cox Club Mix) – Hollywood Records
  16. Atrium – In Love With You (Eric Smax & Thomas Gold Remix) – Positiva
  17. Noferini – Sex (Tom Novy’s Groovin Bassline Remix) – Sound4Group
  18. The Young Punx – Rockall (Ben Braund Mix) – Mofo Hifi
  19. Eric Prydz vs Pink Floyd – Proper Education – Data Records
  20. Shanie – Don’t Give Me Your Life (M-Factor Dub) – AATW