A mainstay on the house music scene for many years now, My Digital Enemy show no sign of slowing down their output and, if anything, seem to be speeding up. With their labels, Zulu Records, and the deeper sister imprint, Vudu Records pushing out quality releases week after week, it seems only right to deliver a bit of a situation update from the My Digital Enemy camp.
First up, this week sees the release of My Digital Enemy’s ‘Lost’. Out now on Zulu, Lost takes the classic house sound that we expect from all quality MDE releases and adds one of the smoothest vocals you’ll hear this side of Christmas. Dripping with Ibizan vibes, if this doesn’t have you yearning for the sun, sea and sand then quite frankly, you’re doing it wrong.
The second piece of news comes once again from the Zulu Records side of things. Following on from their first foray into the production market with My Digital Enemy’s sample pack earlier this year, the guys have called up house hero Etienne Ozborne to deliver Volume 2: Montreal Grooves. Weighing in with a hefty 252mb of essential drum, vocal, synth and bass loops, you’ve got everything you need to produce a bona fide Zulu weapon.
To listen to a demo track:
And finally, if the My Digital Enemy guys weren’t busy enough with their own labels and productions, they still manage to find time to squeeze in a cheeky remix or two to keep things fresh. The latest track comes in the form of ‘Sun Rising Up’ from Deux. A classic slice of piano-driven house that’s got the unmistakable MDE veneer applied by the bucket load, enjoy.
And as a final treat – the next My Digital Enemy track to be released on Vudu – Shamen – had its first play on Danny Howard’s Radio 1 Dance Anthems show this weekend, check out a sneak peak here: