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The Playlist: Junolarc

Junolarc has taken over The Playlist and brought a range of top quality underground anthems...

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A budding talent who I wholeheartedly recommend you keep an eye out for is Junolarc. The German artist has been producing many tracks alongside the legendary Erick Morillo and featuring on his Subliminal Records label. He continues to produce quality underground sounds and it will only be a matter of time before he blows up into the next biggest artist. Keep an eye for him. So without further delay, Junolarc takes over The Playlist with some top quality anthems…

Junolarc & Erick Morillo feat. Ora Solar – Don´t Belong

This is my new record and collaboration with Erick Morillo and Ora Solar “Don’t Belong.” Every time I play it in my sets, I get pure love and energy back from the audience. There’s something special about how her catchy voice is flowing on the track.

Harry Romero feat. Robert Owens – Back In The Day (Kölsch Extended Mix)

I simply love how  Kölsch gave it a new twist. How he built it up and using lots of elements and samples from the original version, it’s just brilliant!

 

Kaiser Souzai – Rave (Junolarc Remix)

I made this remix for Kaiser Souzai, it’s sexy, techno and pure fire on the dance floor.

Florian Kruse, Hendrik Burkhard Feat. Mi.li.an – Crack In The Wall (Tim Engelhard Remix)

I love how he built the song / playback here and then the vocals kicks in. They are so vibey and in your face, just great to listen every time.

Moonwalk – Orbital

Great energy and a simple baseline that makes you move.

Dennis Ferrer – Maniac 3000 (Original Mix)

Brilliantly well arranged from start to finish, I love it.

Booka Shade – Body language (Chi Thanh Remix)

The remix starts slow but builds to that classic baseline we all know. Multi-instrumentalist Chi Thanh made a clever arrangement that is now an updated version of a classic.

Gene Farris – Higher Ground (Latmun Remix)

This dark funky baseline makes you dance, the vocal chops gives a deeper and darker vibe to it which I like.

Eagles & Butterflies – X

This techno track is so funky and sexy you can’t just sit there while listening, you have to move. I love the way it is produced and arranged, more like a live music approach.

For more information on Junolarc:
https://www.facebook.com/Junolarc
https://twitter.com/junolarc
https://soundcloud.com/junolarc

Junolarc.

A budding talent who I wholeheartedly recommend you keep an eye out for is Junolarc. The German artist has been producing many tracks alongside the legendary Erick Morillo and featuring on his Subliminal Records label. He continues to produce quality underground sounds and it will only be a matter of time before he blows up into the next biggest artist. Keep an eye for him. So without further delay, Junolarc takes over The Playlist with some top quality anthems…

Junolarc & Erick Morillo feat. Ora Solar – Don´t Belong

This is my new record and collaboration with Erick Morillo and Ora Solar “Don’t Belong.” Every time I play it in my sets, I get pure love and energy back from the audience. There’s something special about how her catchy voice is flowing on the track.

Harry Romero feat. Robert Owens – Back In The Day (Kölsch Extended Mix)

I simply love how  Kölsch gave it a new twist. How he built it up and using lots of elements and samples from the original version, it’s just brilliant!

Junolarc.

Kaiser Souzai – Rave (Junolarc Remix)

I made this remix for Kaiser Souzai, it’s sexy, techno and pure fire on the dance floor.

Florian Kruse, Hendrik Burkhard Feat. Mi.li.an – Crack In The Wall (Tim Engelhard Remix)

I love how he built the song / playback here and then the vocals kicks in. They are so vibey and in your face, just great to listen every time.

 

Moonwalk – Orbital

Great energy and a simple baseline that makes you move.

Dennis Ferrer – Maniac 3000 (Original Mix)

Brilliantly well arranged from start to finish, I love it.

 

Booka Shade – Body language (Chi Thanh Remix)

The remix starts slow but builds to that classic baseline we all know. Multi-instrumentalist Chi Thanh made a clever arrangement that is now an updated version of a classic.

Gene Farris – Higher Ground (Latmun Remix)

This dark funky baseline makes you dance, the vocal chops gives a deeper and darker vibe to it which I like.

Eagles & Butterflies – X

This techno track is so funky and sexy you can’t just sit there while listening, you have to move. I love the way it is produced and arranged, more like a live music approach.

 

For more information on Junolarc:
https://www.facebook.com/Junolarc
https://twitter.com/junolarc
https://soundcloud.com/junolarc

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