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Danny Daze - Your Everything Album

Tracklist

1Fall Away From Love
2Your Everything
Vocals [Feat.] – Louisahhh

Credits

  • Written-By, ProducerDanny Daze

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Danny Daze - Your Everything Album

Performer: Danny Daze

Title: Your Everything

Country: US

Release date: Jun 2011

Label: Hot Creations

Style: Deep House

Catalog: HOTC010

Genre: Electronic

Size MP3: 2396 mb

Size FLAC: 2673 mb

Rating: 4.6 / 5

Votes: 728

Record source: Vinyl, 12"

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Uriel
"Your Everything" is a quite irresistible piece of dark, druggy but energizing house music with a pop edge, and a sure '11 summer anthem on many a dancefloor. Basically, with its twisted funky post-Jestofunk-sounding rampant bassline and vocoded voice exploding in a mega spectacular climax, it sounds like everything David Guetta ever dreamed of producing, obviously without succeeding one tiniest bit.
With just over a year of existence, Hot Creations are doing something important at the moment imo : leaving the tripolar zone of the 00's (option 1 : mental, glitchy, coldish 'minimal' / option 2 : overcompressed, saturating teeny boyish 'maximal' / option 3 : connoisseur leftfield/disco/retrofuturistic 'revival' / option 4 : not much else) and going back to the simple, sexy, sweaty pleasure of house music with a touch of (twisted) sunshine, pop hooks, a good dose of no-nonsense fun, a drop of not-so-self-conscious poseur attitude.
With Lee Foss' "U Got Me" in 2010, Hot Natured's "Forward Motion" and now this, a cool and carefree (but not naive) vibe is back on the floors, with sometimes a dark, 'dance over the volcano' edge definitely fitting the current state of the world, in any case reconnecting with a more exciting and instinctive approach of the house music aesthetic in my book.
Uriel
"Your Everything" is a quite irresistible piece of dark, druggy but energizing house music with a pop edge, and a sure '11 summer anthem on many a dancefloor. Basically, with its twisted funky post-Jestofunk-sounding rampant bassline and vocoded voice exploding in a mega spectacular climax, it sounds like everything David Guetta ever dreamed of producing, obviously without succeeding one tiniest bit.
With just over a year of existence, Hot Creations are doing something important at the moment imo : leaving the tripolar zone of the 00's (option 1 : mental, glitchy, coldish 'minimal' / option 2 : overcompressed, saturating teeny boyish 'maximal' / option 3 : connoisseur leftfield/disco/retrofuturistic 'revival' / option 4 : not much else) and going back to the simple, sexy, sweaty pleasure of house music with a touch of (twisted) sunshine, pop hooks, a good dose of no-nonsense fun, a drop of not-so-self-conscious poseur attitude.
With Lee Foss' "U Got Me" in 2010, Hot Natured's "Forward Motion" and now this, a cool and carefree (but not naive) vibe is back on the floors, with sometimes a dark, 'dance over the volcano' edge definitely fitting the current state of the world, in any case reconnecting with a more exciting and instinctive approach of the house music aesthetic in my book.