2018 repress incoming! after a short and reflective hiatus for danse club. nobody home a.k.a minilogue re-opens the catalogue with a very special vinyl-only ep. ‘remains of earlier temples’. including remixes from skudge and label owners austen/scott. the ep reflects a maturing of the label into something more considered and spacious yet still effective and aimed primarily at the dance floor. it s all house and techno.
danse club followers will know lauhaus has been with the label since their early days when he joined the imprint with his remix of kalisha - “i got something here”. he now comes through with “smoke screen”. a 3 track vinyl only ep and his 5th ep for danse club. it’s all house and techno.
LOVE SOMEBODY EP (SASCHA DIVE. NATHAN BARATO REMIX)
12" Vinyl D08.04.15
the latest instalment from danse club kicks off a much darker and harder side of the label previously unheard of on the now established imprint - with dark sleeves and muted colours there is a clear difference in sound and direction with the 17th release by emerson todd.danse club have called upon sascha dive. nathan barato and themselves (brodanse) for remix duties in order to take emerson todds original piece in three very dance floor led yet contrasting directions. from each of the remixers you get exactly what you would expect from the said names and the result is a package of stand out danse club tools that will find their way into a number of record bags permanently
danse club label bosses scott & austen smart aka brodanse unleash their second release on the label. the the ride featuring vocals from cari golden. the release kicks off with the original version of nobody walks. a tough and grooving slice of vocal house that employs a simple bass and piano chord groove to provide the soundbed for cari goldens distinctive vocals.
once again danse club records have unearthed a forgotten and sorely overlooked house track here. then they have enlisted a fine pair of contemporary producers -sqim and deepchild - to remix it and bring it right up to date. the original. whos dick is this is a 1994 kicking house bomb by the mysterious princess di. who released but three eps during the 90s on music station with this track being the pick of the bunch. german producer sqim is associated with labels like exploited and play it down and firstly offers up a ghetto mix of the track
the third release in danse clubs black series is a collaborative effort between dutch tech house hero lauhaus and countryman rik woldring with a standout remix from boris werner. lauhaus has long been at the heart of the underground electronic music scene. releasing on go-to imprints like 100% pure and area remote as well as his own soweso and we dig
the danse club label is fast becoming an essential deep house outlet thanks to a solid stream of originals and remixes from artists old and new alike including cherie lee. the burrell brothers and label bosses brodanse. here. said bosses team up with vocalist cari golden and resurgent beatsmiths groove armada for a huge new track that has already been road tested in ibiza and has drawn all the right reactions.
danse club 16th release welcomes greek producer. sek also of ama. morris audio. large. the release kicks off with everybody. a bumping and groove filled slice of deep house that employs a simple bass. a filtered piano chord groove and sparse vocal hits. next up is no matter what. a driving. garage influenced record which is sure to send dance floors crazy. last but not least the b2. sofa king high. a laid back. deep. sleezy house record with distorted chords. smooth bass and addictive vocals.
michelle nielsen & phillip hill aka drew hill unleash their first release on dance club records. the outstanding >talk to you< with stand out remixes by groove armada and label owners. brodanse. the release kicks off with the original version of >talk to you<. a deep. spacious vocal house track. driven by the purest of vocals. deep chords and essential perc hits. next on the a side is the brodanse remix of >talk to you<. a deep driving tech groover which takes elements from the original and drives them onto a darker. harder level. last but by no means least. groove armadas remix. an epic. emotive piano chord led interpretation of the original mix which is a sure classic!
following on from big releases by the likes of cherie lee. the storming danse club records are back with another big house classic that comes complete with on point remixes from dutch tech house hero lauhaus. label bosses brodanse plus bass culture alumni john jastszebski whos version will be vinyl only. kalishas original is a classic house beat released on n sync inc back in 1992. but it still sounds hugely on point. with garage inflected beats. grainy. catchy percussion and pristine chord stabs it is an ebullient jam that brims with personality. the recognisable vocal samples help take it to the next level and mean it cannot fail to fill dancefloors everywhere. updating the track for modern listeners are the three remixes.
danse club records continues its journey into 90s us house music with a superb new remix package of 95 norths > let yourself go< featuring remixes from matt tolfrey. moodymanc & brodanse. scott & austen smart aka brodanse are very much tapping into the musical zeitgeist with their recently launched danse club records label.
danse club is dedicated to both releasing solid grooving. big. bad. upfront dance-floor records and re-releasing. remastering. and remixing big floor-filling house tracks from the 90s as part of their gold series.
LOVE ME OR LEAVE ME (OLIVER S. MATTHEW K. BRODANSE REMIXES)
12" Vinyl D04.12.12
danse club records is a the uk-based house & techno label conceived by the brothers who form brodanse. danse club is dedicated to both releasing solid grooving. big. bad. upfront dance-floor records and re-releasing. remastering. and remixing big floor-filling house tracks from the 90s as part of their gold series.