TeddyBear Records is proud to present you great summer ‘Mama Say’ package done by ReWire guys and wrapped in remixes by young and talented producer Mick Teck, as well the experienced Babysitters, the chairmen of TeddyBear house.
If you are here for dirtier sound, original mix from ReWire will fulfill expectation that you need on the dancefloor with fat bassline and great build-up, while Babysitters give the clarity of the club banger that can’t be unnoticed from the second you hear piercing 90s’ stabs over the well-known vocals.
To give the full funky flavor to the package, young producer – Mick Teck brought his fresh house spirit with chopped vocals that goes ‘Makossa’ which originally means ‘I Dance’.
Be sure not to miss this one if you want people on your floor to dance!
Disco is coming back, in your face! Chicago based producer Ghosts Of Venice is slowly, but surely becoming one of my favorite disco funk producers. Major props for this guy. Check out his new EP on La Valigetta.
Leeds based producer Lee Dunn aka. Ghosts Of Venice, dropped this one as a freebie and it’s amazing. It captures the original vibe of Janet Jackson‘s song and goes beyond that. Nice track indeed, get it while it’s hot.
Crydamoure was an awesome label back in the days and main guys on there were Le Knight Club for sure. This amazing duo consisted of Eric Chedeville and one of the greatest deejay/producer and half of the Daft Punk, Guy-Man de Homem-Christo. I don’t know much about Cryda Luv, but this guy remixed or edited pretty much every track I personally consider a classic and imprinted his touch on them. He also produced and made a few of his original tracks, which are dope too. This here is no different.
Adriatique, the switzerland deep-house Stars are back with a free goodie! They remixed the original Get Free into a deep, funking disco banger with support from Solomun, Adana Twins and many more hot DJs! Grab it while it’s hot!
This disco track of Munich Machine came out a while back in 1979 on an album titled “Body Shine“. Boris Dlugosch edit keeps the same vibe, only slightly modernised to fit in today’s sets. It’s a gem and it’s free.