Tech Me Out – OUT NOW

After the huge success of the first 2 releases which have seen support from the likes of Luciano, Dubfire, Luke Porter, Laurent Garnier & Mark Knight, the Malfunktion crew are back with another storming addition!

Alan Prosser is at the controls on this occasion and lays down a really cool, deep tinged house track that has big room written all over it with crisp percussion and lush synths that will drive those floors crazy! Alan has been knocking out some great tracks of late so Malfunktion are really happy to have him on board.

Matt Smallwood remixed the 1st Malfunktion release and his mix went to number 1 on so he has been drafted back in for round 3! Matt is hot property at the moment with the likes of Carl Cox, Mark Knight, Daniel Portman and Marco V all providing support for his tracks and he throws down a tough and groovy re-rub that is aimed at the tech house floors, and trust us when we say that it is LARGE!

Rounding off the House mixes is Brassneck who, believe it or not, are the 90’s sensation band D:ream but under their dancier alter ego! They stay true to the original vibe but add some alternative synth layers to keep things interesting and we look forward to hearing more from these guys soon!

Alex Ellenger provides the progressive house version of the track and his Eden residency in Ibiza can be heard immediately – Big stabs, deep grooves and an epic breakdown that will sound oh so good on a big system!

Dean Demanuele has been flying high on the production front recently with some exciting collabs with Pig & Dan and releases on their way on the mighty Boxer imprint. He keeps things very stripped back and a little slower in BPM’s so fans of the darker tech sound will be all over this one!

Dan Ferritto is last up on this incredible package and fuses a minimal laced groove with big percussion hits and dark fx, perfect for those more serious sets when you need to get that crowd bobbing and weaving!

And there we have it. Once again the Malfunktion crew prove that they are a new force to be reckoned with and provide something for everybody in the form of 6 very different, but very playable tracks to rock your dance floors. We hope you enjoy them!



~ by alanprosser on August 23, 2010.

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