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Jade The Moon – The Tide

Jade The Moon are an independent alt – pop band that consists of Dani, Benjamin and Jeremy who started making music from the age of six. They released a brand new single, “The Tide” as the second feature track from their upcoming new album, 11:11. The group says that the collection of tracks on the upcoming release are best described as “musical photographs”. A moment in time turned dance party, true story turned love song, a daydream turned eerie alt-pop lullaby. Real world inspiration. This is the follow up to the group’s self-produced 2015 debut release Habits and Hindrance sees the continued theme of “cycles” in human nature.

“We self produced our first record and our current record ’11:11′ was produced by Colin Munroe …except ‘HOTELS’ by Adam King. We are always very involved in every set of the creative process but it really helps to have some in the room to make sense of all the ideas. We are always looking to collab with new writers/producers. @mikkyekko if your listening ;)”

“Fall Tour Dates in the works.  We will also be premiering our short film created and directed by Black/Cartel in Toronto last fall”.

Rivoli , CANADIAN MUSIC WEEK, Toronto.
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Soho House , Toronto 
Mod Club , Toronto 
Fox Cabaret , WESTWARD FESTIVAL Vancouver.

Jade The Moon
Toronto’s Jade The Moon has released a brand new single, “The Tide” as the second feature track from their upcoming new album, 11:11. The group says that the collection of tracks on the upcoming release are best described as “musical photographs”.

Boys Choir – Sorry

Boys Choir is the new electronic prodigy from Scandinavia. A territory already renowned for its brilliant dance tunes. They deliver a true blend between pop and club music with their hard hitting tracks and infectiously catchy melodies. On June 8th they released their third single, “Sorry” – A lush, grand sounding track with punchy drums, massive synths and glimmering guitars. On vocals we find the amazing voice of HART.

Boys Choir
Boys Choir is the new electronic prodigy from Scandinavia. A territory already renowned for its brilliant dance tunes. They deliver a true blend between pop and club music with their hard hitting tracks and infectiously catchy melodies.

DJ Soak – Don’t Make Me

Sergio Hernando A.K.A  DJ Soak at the early age of 24 years old has become a top reference in spanish scene electrónic and turntablism. Credentials, of course, is not lacking: in 2003, with only 12 years old, opened an enviable achievements in becoming runner-up Spain in DMC. Since then it has not ceased to be a landmark in the national and international competitions for DMC and ITF, now known as I.D.A.

“A young prodigy from scratch” would be one of the most successful definitions to discuss Soak, and that is that this kid wants to bite the world.

DJ Soak shows an innate talent, which has managed to shape practicing very hard since he barely lifted was a child and used to sneak the dishes of his brother Dj Elko. Soak has grown and grown into one of the new covering of urban culture of our country.

Valencian, but with good hands who could have been forged in the crib from scratch, at it’ s Soak bet the electric rhythms.

It plays in each of them to perfection by mixing electronic, freestyle, hip hop, and requires more than an unbeliever to turn his head toward the cockpit to check that this wonder is scratching vinyl meat and bone, ultimately free music that skips the rules without giving up the party.

Despite his youth, he has appeared on several TV programs that have succumbed to his savoir faire: Música Sí (TVE), Miradas2 (TVE), La Hora Wiki (Canal+), MTV (Austria) and in Rolling Stone magazine, Dj Mag, Vulture, Serie B, Hip Hop Nation, Hip Flow, Alittlebeat, Staff Magazzine or Deejay.

The best thing is that the reign of Soak just starting and we can only expect good things very good things, this guy in constant exploration of ways and innovation that transform and magically erase the dividing lines between musical genders.

DJ Soak
“A young prodigy from scratch” would be one of the most successful definitions to discuss Soak, and that is that this kid wants to bite the world.

TITLES AND AWARDS:

*Vize-Champion of Spain DMC 2003

*3º in the championship of Spain of the I.T.F 2005

*4º in the championship of Spain of the DMC 2005

*Champion of the Community Valenciana of DMC 2006

*3º in the championship of Spain the DMC 2006

*Champion of Spain I.T.F / I.D.A 2006

*Vize-champion of World/Euro I.T.F / I.D.A 2006

*Vize-Champion of Spain DMC 2007

*4º in the World I.D.A/I.T.F 2007

*Champion of Spain DMC 2008

*5º in the championship of World DMC 2008

*Champion of Spain DMC 2009

*Red Bull Thre3Style Champion of the Community Valenciana

The Detours acoustic version of Imagine Dragons song ‘Demons’

Here is the day time set from our resident and founder House Rat.

This set was recorded live from The Summer Party @ The Mulberry on the 6th of July 2013 which saw Back 2 Bassics team up with The Takeover for an epic 12 hour marathon session!!

#2 in the Houscharts.net Deep house April 2014 Chart

****** MUSIC VIDEO *******

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3bh18oyyJe8

Denise Pearson is a Brit award winner, Grammy nominee and former lead singer with iconic pop group, FIVE STAR.

While in the group, Denise had an unprecedented chart run of over 20 top thirty UK singles including ‘System Addict’, ‘The Slightest Touch’ and the anthem ‘Rain Or Shine’. FIVE STAR were also the youngest British group to have a number 1 album and the first group to achieve 7 consecutive hit singles from one album in the UK.

Away from working with her family, Denise also writes her own material as well as for others and enjoyed a successful writing partnership with Ryan Tedder (of One Republic), most notably penning the hit single Strike for teen star Nikki Flores.

After taking a career break to raise her two children, Denise joined the musical Michael Jackson celebration ‘Thriller Live’ in 2009 as part of it’s original West End cast garnering great reviews for her outstanding performance.

In September 2011, Denise starred in another West End musical, ‘Respect La Diva’ where she wowed audiences with her sensational cover of Beyonce’s ‘Listen’ and a medley of Whitney Houston hits.

In 2012 she reunited with her brothers and sisters (Lorraine, Doris, Stedman and Delroy) as FIVE STAR to perform at the ‘Rewind Festival’ and on Channel 5’s ‘Celebrity Big Brother’. On the 22nd September they all performed together at G-A-Y in London. It would be the last time that Buster Pearson, their father and manager who formed the group in 1983, would see his children on stage as a few weeks later he sadly passed away.

In 2013 Denise signed a new management deal and got a dream gig – supporting The Jacksons on tour. Denise joined the UK leg of The Jacksons worldwide Unity Tour performing to packed arenas in London, Birmingham, Manchester, Bournemouth and Glasgow to great acclaim.

In September 2013 Denise released a song she penned called ‘Rafiki Yangu’ (Swahili for ‘My Friend’), as a celebration to Nelson Mandela and Africa’s fight for peace and posterity, with all profits from sales being donated to the Nelson Mandela Children’s Fund (UK).

Denise’s debut solo album, ‘Imprint’ is set for release on the 8th June, along with the single ‘Free Fall’.

If you like it, share it:) Thanks:) This song is from the album, More Than Strangers,

https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/more-than-strangers/id691219976