Various ‎– Various Unreleased Grooves Vol. 1

Grooveland Music ‎– GM010
5 × File, MP3

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01 eDeep Afrika (BitterSuite Remix)
Remix – BitterSuite
02 Jarrier Modrow Rare Soul (Julian Bendall Afternoon Soul Edit)
Remix – Julian Bendall
03 KC Jackson All Things Praise (SoulBasics Remix
Remix – SoulBasics
04 Domenico Navarra So Lonely (Hernan Cronner Aylen Dream Remix)
Remix – Hernan Cronner
05 BSC feat Karina Campos Eu Soul (Abicah Soul Jazz Mix)
Remix – Abicah Soul


Celebratin’ our 10th release, Grooveland Music unleashes some unreleased goodies for your palet and pleasure!!!

The first track of the package had to be a re-rub of our debut release Afrika. And for the job we enlisted UK producer Matt Pond (aka Bittersuite), who had previous work released on Peng and DeepSystem Rec, and recently remixed the worlwide hit One 4 Me by Jonny Montana. Bittersuite’s take on Afrika takes the tune to new heights, turning the original afro-oriented production into a late-night deep-house stormer.

The second mix is courtesy of Julian Bendall, of Bah Samba fame. By blending Carlos Mena’s spiritual vocals over a smooth and laidback groove - in which the marvellous piano keys are the main highlight - Julian created a trully masterpiece of modern house music that even after it’s official release got licensed to several compilations across the globe, including Roger Sanchez’ famous Release Yourself.

The third unreleased groove comes from Steve Fox aka SoulBasics, who remixed our third single, All Things Praise. Steve’s mix – that’s been a favourite of Andy Ward for quite some time - shines due to it’s deep and rumbling b-line, sweet rhodes keys and smooth percussive beats.

The fourth tune of the package is a retake our most succesfull release to date, So Lonely, by Domenico Navarra featuring Monique Henry on vocals. And for the remix job, we called back Hernan Cronner, after he got us all here @ Grooveland completely excited with his take on Eu Soul. And he did not disappoint us, providing us an ultra-hot interpretation featuring lovely and breathless synth stabs and keyboard solos.

Rounding the package, Chicago’s Abicah Soul is back with another interpretation of the massive Eu Soul. This time, he gifts us with a dope jazzy & latin-esque remix that uses only the female bits of Karina Campos vox featured on the original production.

Unreleased Grooves vol.1 is already receiving huge support from top jocks around the globe like Jamie Thinnes, Fabio Genito, Jay Tripwire, Paul Groove, Kiko Navarro, John Mateo, Henri Kohn, Rafael Moraes, Richard Earnshaw, Charles Spencer, Graham Sahara, Ed Dunn, Sean McCabe, Lars Behrenroth, Marc Cotterel, Joe DiPadova, among many others.