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DOC015 Tom Boye – Hurts Me

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‘Hurts Me’ comes to Docka Records across the globe from one of Norway’s top dance artists on the circuit. The original production (complete with music video) encompasses the story of a love gone, the pains & goods that come through such transitions. Full of energy, the house music track with future house elements and big piano leads is prepped and ready for festival season. On the remix flip the lineup speaks to all sides of the dance floor, kicking off with a massive BEACØNS remix that gets you warmed up with a grimy bassline that makes the switch halfway to a battle of the robots as the half time monsters arise, coming together with at the drop. On deck, Bass Punk descends upon Docka Records, debuting with a big room break with full electro vibes, an infectious mix of synth melodies and booming bass.

Having traveled light years, MASiiVO join the Docka army with a space warp into a progressive tech dimension. The vocals get special treatment at the breakdown, illuminating with risers and ever-growing field of frequencies, leaving you in a trance at the breakdown. Memo Rex, on fire from a range of releases from Salted Music to Desert Hearts delivers a chilled out house rendition with focus on the bassline and truly clear and crisp drum work. Getting big with the tech, Sam Wild’s remix is ready for main room, peak hour tech house enthusiasts, complete with a mighty mix of a kickin’ bassline, pounding kick and constant drums pounding at your speakers

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DOC014 – Eko Zu – Let Me Fall (the remixes)

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The long-awaited all-remixes release of the live electronic sensation EKO ZU finally makes its way out of the intergalactic realms of the galaxy and into your music deciphering system. With a wide range of styles presented in the first of 2 remix packets, the kick off track by Lenny Rucks embodies the original track transforming into a larger room appeal, with bright vocal atmosphere excitement and a deep & funky breakdown. Omega Squad represents for the West Coast with a funky breaks mix filled with heavy drums and perfectly timed vocal cuts to a grooving bass line.

Vibonacci & Starward team up once again for a Docka remix, this time getting you nice and ready for pool side action as festival and Miami Music week prep just in time for this release. The big Miami bass kicks and retro vocal chops get you in the mood along with synthed out riffs to inspire. IDeaL & JBreak flip the script and turn up the heat with their electro-fied rendition. The bouncy disco like melody and distorted bass pounds along with the clap that slaps your chest as the twinkle of the bells ring puts you in a trance. In line with a perfectly balanced genre menu, Atom Pushers serve up a future bass master piece. Complete with a heavy monstrous bass slap, drums that excite with drive, and a break to highlight the beautiful “Let Me Fall” vocals.

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DOC013 – “The One” featuring Somni (Beatport World Wide Exclusive)

DOC013 – RELEASE DATE: 2.16.18 (Beatport World Wide Exclusive)

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A stellar lineup has come together for this all-remixes EP to rework Zachary Zamarripa’s dance hit of 2017, “The One” featuring Somni. The original release hit the Billboard charts (#1 Break out & #29 on the Top 50 Dance) after spending 2 weeks on various Top 100 Beatport genre charts.

The Atom Pushers & 5YNK kick off with a high energy, future house driven vocal cut embodying the house feel of the original with a twist. TAVO’s down under mix takes off with a rhythmic groove and steady bass line that breaks to the vocal sample – led to a surprising drum that booms you into the drop. LA ROCKSTEADY’s remix comes from Australia with a hard electro vibe that rings Justice all over.

The big drums and heavy claps keep the party moving with Myke Rossi’s synthed out remake. Big strings and a catchy melody at the drop by Myke Rossi delivers for the big room feels. Us Vs Them gets moves in with a deep house rendition and some fancy drum work that will get your two step moves rockin, with plenty of variety in the arrangement and elaborate sound design.