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The Playlist: Latmun

Latmun has taken over The Playlist and brought a host of his own tracks with him.

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An energetic UK based artist who has been building a solid reputation within the underground dance music scene. Latmun has been releasing tracks on labels such as Relief Records, Snatch Records amongst many other high profile platforms. And each track he brings with him is just simply fantastic. Now he has taken over The Playlist and opened up a little bit of his library and sounds to his fans, with tracks from Roland Clark, Green Velvet, Lee Foss and Latmun himself all featuring.

Drastic Duo – Keep On Moving

This one has lots of nice textures in it and interesting percussions, it creates a useful change in atmosphere.

Simion & Roland Clark – Chicago (Latmun Remix)

This one is a bit of a different from my usual sound, showcasing the more subtle, groovy, rolling style which really comes to life in the club. This has been a big part of my sets recently, hope you enjoy it!

Detlef & Green Velvet – Freak it

A cheeky feel good groover from my good friend Detlef! It has lots of interesting sounds to keep you guessing throughout. It’s a bomb as always!

Chris Main – Bite

This one has a bit tougher percussion than the ones mentioned already and has some nice sampling for a peak time weapon.

Tom Ruijg – Session 1.2

Sometimes I play more into the techno realms and this track fits that, I played in Berlin a few weeks ago and it worked perfectly over there.

Latmun – Everybody’s Dancin’ 

This one is still a staple in my sets, released just over a month ago it’s super groovy to make everyone dance and has a vocal which really gets you the attention of the dance floor.

Mirco Caruso – Womaniser

This one is about the groove, a perfect tool to keep a set flowing and Everybody Dancin’

Drunky Daniels – Sometimes 

Another harder track here, it has a big build with a powerful vocal on the drop that fills the room. I’ve been using in my sets for a few months.

Shaded – Yoyoyo 

This is cross between techno and tech house so it makes it fitting for lots of situations, this also went down a storm in Berlin a few week ago.

Lee Foss – Laserdance 

A true piece of music from Lee Foss’s album Alchemy, this can be listened at home and enjoyed just as much as in a club which is what makes it so special.

For more information on Latmun:
https://www.facebook.com/latmundj/
https://twitter.com/Latmun
https://soundcloud.com/latmun

Latmun.

An energetic UK based artist who has been building a solid reputation within the underground dance music scene. Latmun has been releasing tracks on labels such as Relief Records, Snatch Records amongst many other high profile platforms. And each track he brings with him is just simply fantastic. Now he has taken over The Playlist and opened up a little bit of his library and sounds to his fans, with tracks from Roland Clark, Green Velvet, Lee Foss and Latmun himself all featuring.

Drastic Duo – Keep On Moving

This one has lots of nice textures in it and interesting percussions, it creates a useful change in atmosphere.

Simion & Roland Clark – Chicago (Latmun Remix)

This one is a bit of a different from my usual sound, showcasing the more subtle, groovy, rolling style which really comes to life in the club. This has been a big part of my sets recently, hope you enjoy it!

 

Detlef & Green Velvet – Freak it

A cheeky feel good groover from my good friend Detlef! It has lots of interesting sounds to keep you guessing throughout. It’s a bomb as always!

 

Chris Main – Bite

Latmun.

This one has a bit tougher percussion than the ones mentioned already and has some nice sampling for a peak time weapon.

Tom Ruijg – Session 1.2

Sometimes I play more into the techno realms and this track fits that, I played in Berlin a few weeks ago and it worked perfectly over there.

Latmun – Everybody’s Dancin’ 

This one is still a staple in my sets, released just over a month ago it’s super groovy to make everyone dance and has a vocal which really gets you the attention of the dance floor.

Mirco Caruso – Womaniser

This one is about the groove, a perfect tool to keep a set flowing and Everybody Dancin’

Drunky Daniels – Sometimes 

Another harder track here, it has a big build with a powerful vocal on the drop that fills the room. I’ve been using in my sets for a few months.

Shaded – Yoyoyo 

This is cross between techno and tech house so it makes it fitting for lots of situations, this also went down a storm in Berlin a few week ago.

Lee Foss – Laserdance 

A true piece of music from Lee Foss’s album Alchemy, this can be listened at home and enjoyed just as much as in a club which is what makes it so special.

For more information on Latmun:
https://www.facebook.com/latmundj/
https://twitter.com/Latmun
https://soundcloud.com/latmun

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