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by Mikewhitepresents

A tantalising journey through heavy club-activated Progressive House floor-fillers to relaxing, chilled after-party vibes with a strong taste for the poptastic vocal hook and an ear firmly rooted to a nostalgic love for the dance music of the late 90's.
Genre: Electronic: Progressive House
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  Song Share Time Download
1. God's Blues (the Same Mistake)
5:33 $0.99
2. Miss U Bad (Full Vocal Mix)
5:16 $0.99
3. 2am
4:29 $0.99
4. Gravity (Original Mix)
8:50 $0.99
5. Straight Roads (Monstertruck Mix)
6:24 $0.99
6. Timbuktu (N.O.T.H Mix)
5:24 $0.99
7. Twisted Linguistix
4:34 $0.99
8. Greetings from the Night
2:44 $0.99
9. Remember Your Last Thought
4:22 $0.99
10. Shout It
3:22 $0.99
11. Stealing Your Soul
4:23 $0.99
12. God's Blues (Risque Operatic Mix)
6:43 $0.99
13. Straight Roads (Griffunk Mix)
6:13 $0.99
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Album Notes
MIKEWHITEPRESENTS were formed by dance music fans Mikeyboy and DJ Danny after they met while working for the same TV production company in London, UK. Upon discovering a shared passion for the music of BT and Tiesto, and for the afterhour joys of drunken Karaoke, they decided to create a platform for creating ambient, experimental, cinematic, theatrical, melodramatic house music/pop music that was closer to movie soundtrack music than to traditional bangin' club tunes.

They christened the musical project MWP and began creating full Progressive House music that gave them the time and scope to play with ideas and structures, while also trying in desperation to teach themselves the basics of very simple, cheap software. Early tunes were constructed using every variation of kit from Ejay to demo versions of Cubase VST, Fruity Loops and many others, before they settled on Reason and Ableton Live as their principal writing tools.

Early tunes like "Calling Fassbinder" and "The Rising" (available on the debut release "Demonstration5" (MWP/CD/D001) were well received, and played at DJ gigs and house parties alike, but a desire to expand the sound and write songs that moved away from the constraints of house music led to the involvement of top London singer/songwriter Michaela Betts who introduced an inspiring vocal and soul element. Bringing in top dance producers Griff and Old Skool Hausemeister DJ Kenty began to cement the MWP sound, and with a stronger acoustic edge melting in to the mixes, songs like "Straight Roads" and "Miss U Bad" were blessed with the trademark "Griffunk" sound.
Their debut album "Taste" melds together their desire to produce a pop friendly collection of songs that keep their feet firmly in the world of the nightclub while also paying a not inconsiderable nod to the nostalgia of the earliest styles and sounds of electronic dance music.



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Randy Stahla - DesertSnow.org

The Tradition of Great Music Continues!
This album is the work of artists who truly are that - artists. It's not just a name with them, and their music is definitely serial art - you never know what is coming towards your ears next, and there is always something new and interesting to listen to. The beats and vocals are crystal clear, and the sounds here are not muddy and don't interfere. Bravo on a new release of some familiar tracks from the past and some new ones that carry us into the outer reaches of our imagination!

john macdonald

ive listened to these songs many times,and they are flawless.and endless supply of superb beats and riffs that will keep you listening for years to come...thumbs up all the way.