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Hot City X Ali Love…


Theres been quite a bit of buzz recently regarding the mysterious Hot City, 2 step/uk funky and house revivalist, theres a definite sway towards Hot City’s sound. Its not hard to see why. Merging these classic influences over something a bit more grimey looks to be the way forward after the recent resurgence in filter and acid. Listen carefully you can hear Chicago House and a bit of Detroit tech all coming together, to create something a bit more original than the usual dancefloor fodder, yet staying true to its roots. Definitely one to watch for.

Crookers – No Security (Hot City Remix)

Hot City – Setting Me Free

Hot City – Head Work

The Count & Sinden – Elephant 1234 (Hot City Remix)

Dan Black – Symphonies (Hot City Remix)

The Funktuary – Wip Electric (Hot City Remix)

Ali Love, on the other hand, takes on the more funky inspired Depeche Mode or a moodily dirty Prince and turns it into a darker disco inspired pop moment. Lush vocals over vintage synth soaked beats make this one for the lovers.  Like a soundtrack from eightees film Cocktail, you can practically feel the neon glow. Genius 

Ali Love – Love Harder

Bonus:

uffie – pop the glock (mirwais pop remix)

bart bmore – make some noise (nadastrom rework)

Alice DJ – Better Off Alone (Warrior Music Remix)

Blue Pearl – Naked In The Rain (Sidechains Remix)

Galactik Knights – Falling In Love  (Original Mix)

The Cardigans – lovefool (barletta edit)

Sandcastles vs Show Me Love (BORN TO FUNK Edit)

Snap – Rhythm Is A Dancer (Mobin Master bootleg)

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