We are honored to be a part of this project and we were anxious to hear what the others had cooked up. Colette: Dreams Remixes is out now and all four remixes turned out really nice. It’s definitely worth scoopin’ the full release! If you haven’t checked it out please take a listen on SoundCloud or head on over to Traxsource to grab your copy today.
Dreams Remixes on Traxsource:
Dreams Remixes on SoundCloud:
Colette covers the Fleetwood Mac classic “Dreams.” Remix duty by house heavy hitters Demarkus Lewis, South of Roosevelt, Positive Divide and Ezra.
Hey hey hey! Happy New Year, folks! Hope you all are well. Quick shout today to let you know that you can now preview our Vocal Remix of Colette’s “Dreams” on SoundCloud. She did an awesome cover of Fleetwood Mac’s tune, Dreams, and has enlisted Demarkus Lewis, Positive Divide, Ezra and us for remix duties. If we have our heads wrapped around this right there will be a first release of vocal mixes which will then be followed by a second release of dub versions. Hit the links below to check out the mixes!
Colette “Dreams” (South of Roosevelt Remix)
Colette “Dreams” (Demarkus Lewis Remix)
Colette “Dreams” (Ezra Remix)
Colette “Dreams” (Positive Divide Remix)
We found this mix on a SD card recently. It’s a warm up set from right before when we played the Dark + Deep party here in Chicago. Heavy basslines and a little on the deeper and darker side of things –– this mix should be played on a proper rig.
Hop on over to SoundCloud to check out the mix here: soundcloud.com/south-of-roosevelt/deejay-mix
South of Roosevelt, like most people – and especially musicians and artists, have their fare share of ups and downs. At one point a little awhile back we were forced to close up the studio for a bit while we found a new home that would lend itself to being comfortable when making beats. Once we got set back up the first release we put out was the Fresh Start EP on our label, Elevated Tracks.
The Fresh Start EP was our first go after about a year or so of some pretty low output for our own set standards. The EP included the highly-requested “Everybody Everybody” that was supported by heavyweights Mark Farina and Colette. Everybody Everybody was backed with “Freakiness Inside” – a deep funky jam nicely suited for those early sets. This guy came out at the end of 2014, but if you missed it the first time around make sure to check it out at one of the shops below.
Find South of Roosevelt’s Fresh Start EP on the following sites:
Elevated Tracks Web Shop
Hola amigos, que pasa? We were talking the other day and decided since we revamped our site and pretty much started fresh we might as well get you up to speed on our latest tunes, eh? For those that may not have got the word – we started our own label, Elevated Tracks, and most of our latest EPs have been released via the label. The most current being the Jaction Ackson EP (say that three times fast!) featuring two funky cuts in Talk Fly and I Wanna Be. This guy dropped back in April, but still sounds fresh if ya ask us. Ha! Check it out on SoundCloud or click on over to your favorite shop below. Cheers!
Preview on SoundCloud here or scoop your copy at Traxsource, Beatport Pro, iTunes or
What People Play.