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Harry Romero – I’m Gonna Get You / Disco Heat

After his huge EP ‘’About The Beat’’ in the mid of 2014 and his fantastic techno touch on Christian Smith’s ‘’The Urge’’, Tronic welcomes back the American legend Harry Romero. First slab “I’m Gonna Get You” – drum fuelled, electronic chords and peak time oriented. Second slab “Disco Heat” – groovy, organic and stomping, old-school vocal snippet – burner! Both of them have ingredients to form a sassy EP.

Stefano Noferini – Peal

We welcome on Tronic the mighty Stefano Noferini who delivers our 173 release with a remix touched by Matt Sassari. “Peal” consists of two tracks. The first and original track “Peal” is a groove-monster, huge drums, ghostly voice samples and trippy percussion work, a beauty. On the b side is a take from Matt Sassari on the original track, solid drums, sub bass madness and excellent use of the original’s stems all around.

The music business is moving really fast forward and it’s clear that new retailers and services got more & more significance. To offer our customers a better overview over the daily sales & streaming figures, we added alongside the already existing statistics of iTunes, Amazon, Beatport & Juno the most important streaming services like Spotify, Deezer and the brand new Tidal (formerly WIMP*) to our Analytics section of our CMC (Content Management System). Besides of this you can also check the daily sales from the download and streaming service Google Play which has grown constantly in the last few quarter.

* older streaming figures will still submitted as „WIMP”.

Just a few weeks ago Markus Wesen released his “Retrospektive-Live”-Album which contains his previously released productions. With the long player “Konzetration auf das WESENtliche” he is now releasing his real first artist album. It´s about much more than just club music. it´s more about a journey from his soul to your ears and hopefully your heart also. Dive into some deep electronic music which comes straight from the heart of Markus Wesen. Listen & enjoy!

Continuing the run of stellar collaborators, the next release from Danza Macabra sees acclaimed UK electronic artist Mathew Herbert remix original track ‘In For It’. Featuring the vocals of Diyala, winner of best female vocalist in her native Croatia, Diyala’s vocals are ‘found coaxing and stretching like a leather-clad temptress, realising the best traditions of breathy pop vamps and dance dominatrices.’ Danza Macabra return in April after the release of ‘Standstill’, an EP which featured a remix from Panorama bar regular Oskar Offerman and vocals from Richard Davis. Davis returns on ‘In For It Recomposed’ this time to lend his hand to production. Danza Macabra describe this EP as embodying the ethos of the label. Diyala’s vocals are sultry and languorous ‘tailored perfectly for moving under a fool moon’ and both remixers bring something very different to the table. With this next release under their belt and Danza Macabra going from strength to strength and 2015 sees them poised to see even more success.