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Showing posts with label 2017. Show all posts
Showing posts with label 2017. Show all posts

Thursday, 9 February 2017

Featured eurodance artist Voy Anuszkiewicz aka Voyco


Voy Anuszkiewicz (former Leader of the New England based Polish-American all events Rytmical group) is a song writer, composer, performer, DJ, who delivers his story in a multi-style melodic flavor spanning across 2 decades of dance music. His style has been greatly inspired by Italo Disco and 90's dance artists such as DJ BoBo, Ace of Base, Fancy, among others.Voy is currently working as a contributing co-author and rapper on some of upcoming releases with BaseTime (emerging dance artist from Warsaw, Poland). He is also simultaneously working on not only several new Voy Anuszkiewicz projects but also spurring creativity in the Voyco (Polish-American hip hop formation). The 2017 summer season sizzles with excitement so stay tuned!
Check out release from 10th december 2016
Lyrics: Voy Anuszkiewicz / Music: Voy Anuszkiewicz & Pawel Kucharski,2017 remix produced, mixed, mastered by Mariusz Prusaczyk (PolishBoy)


  

Sunday, 8 January 2017

New single release from eurodance project BaseTime



BaseTime is an emerging European dance, trance, remix and club music formation. Founded in 2008 by a very young and exceptionally talented producer Daniel Marchel (initially recognized as DJ Schmaichi), who developed an authentic style that was greatly influenced and inspired by 90's dance music artists such as DJ Bobo, Real McCoy, Ace of Base, and even reaching deeper into the Italo Disco era in terms of sweet and smooth melodic approach.
BaseTime prides itself on staying true to the roots of one of the best musical phases to date! Daniel who resides in the island of Majorca (Spain) and Warsaw, Poland, is currently working on several future projects with several studio guest female vocalists and a Polish-American composer, performer, rapper Voy Anuszkiewicz (aka Voyco) of Boston.
Recently released tune titled “Life me up” is a good appetizer of the type of lively beats saturated by sweet melodic sounds and vibrant rap fusions that are pathing a way to future productions.Song “Life me up” is released in december 10th 2016 and published on youtube.BaseTime also plan album which would released in end of 2017.
Check video for “Life me up”



Monday, 2 January 2017

Digital Base Project release 3rd album

 In end of the 2016 Digital Base Project fans and fans of eurodance is surprised for New Year with new album,entitled 3reedom.Released 27.12.2016 for M@N Records,label specialised in eurodisco and italodisco music.Name of the album 3reedom describe third album in row and freedom.There is 12 eurodance tracks mostly in standard speed of 120 bpm.This is digital release and there is no intro,album starts with song Airplanes and ends with remix of hit single Love Me Online.
Tracklist:
01. Airplanes 3:44
02. Love Me Online 3:44
03. Never Again 3:53
04. Run Away 3:28
05. Stay With Me Tonight (feat Jair NJ) 4:06
06. Dreams 4:00
07. Party 3:21
08. Street of Freedom 3:34
09. The Way of Ninja 3:57
10. Live 4 Today (feat. Rasa Kausiute) 3:16
11. Your Mind Has Power 4:06
12. Love Me Online [RemiX] 5:06

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Album credits:
Vocals: Mi-Lenika (1-4;6-9;12), Jair NJ (5), Rasa Kausiute (10)
Rap: Dagoth (1-12); FatFoont (1-3; 6-12) Freeze (4;5;9)
Lyrics: Dagoth (1-12); Freeze (4;5;9) Jair NJ (5)
Music: D-Base (1-12); Kazuo Sawa/ Taku Urabe/ Koyote (9)

Sunday, 25 December 2016

90s eurodance sensation Maxx is back!


 Famous 90’s Eurodance act Maxx is best known for the hit singles “Get-A-Way,” “No More (I Can’t Stand It)” and “You Can Get It.” The act was formed in Berlin, Germany in 1993 by music executive David Brunner (aka The Hitman) and music producer Jürgen Wind (aka George Torpey). During MAXX’s initial two year run (1993-1995), the act itself went through noticeable changes with its female lead singers. By mid-1994, MAXX had quickly grown to become one of Europe’s new dance music sensations due to their creative mixture of ragga style rap, female singing and distinctive dancefloor beats.
In late 1995 due to major internal conflicts within the group and drops in record sales, MAXX broke up.

                                                              
After 20 years since the breakup of MAXX, original vocalist Linda Meek (aka Elyse) reunited with MAXX creators David Brunner and Jürgen Wind in August 2016. The three began making plans to reform MAXX with a new rapper. In December 2016, ‘Elijah MC’ was officially recruited into the act as MAXX’s new rapper and frontman. Elijah is a multi-talented UK based rapper, singer, songwriter and musician who specializes in Jamaican style rap and reggae style singing.
                                                       
                                                               
For almost two decades, MAXX fans all over the world have awaited for an official return of the group and to hear new MAXX music. In the year 2017, the fans will finally get their wish.
More info on Maxx official website: http://maxxmusic90s.com