The title tune from Mylo's Destroy Rock & Roll is featured here as a remix done by Tom Neville who lays down an electro house beat as the vocals name call for the destruction of rock and pop music's biggest artists. Deux's Sunrising crosses the boundaries between trance and vocal house with it's massive synth line, funky bass and diva vocals.
Bjorn Lundt is the latest producer to tackle the Africanism series and in turn drops a percussive bongo groove with African vocals and disco guitar licks on Imbalaye. Perhaps one of the biggest crossover hits to hit 2004/5 and the lead single to his upcoming debut album comes from Dylan Rhymes who gets a little Salty with Katherine Ellis which follows on nicely from Imbalaye with another bongo heavy beat and dirty bass line.
Michael Grey, the man responsible for bringing us "Weekends" turns out a funky remix of Scape's Be My Friend featuring the vocals of D'Empress aka Diane Charlemagne of Inner City Life fame. Grey's remix features a catchy and funky bassline and synth stabs that we've come to expect from him and prog production powerhouse John Creamer & Stephane K put a tribal touch on Rachel Starr's Till There Was You to round out the first CD.
CD2 kicks off on a deep and serious electro tone with TDR's Smoked Out featuring a dark bassline and lots of build ups and arpeggios. Dave McCullen continues this vibe with Bitch adding in a bitchy robotic vocal expressing tonnes of attitude.
Another big crossover tune, and one that has been getting lots of radio play is Sander Klenenberg's The Fruit which received acceptance from house, electro and breaks dancefloors alike. Featured here with the remix done by Tom Novy who lays down a big 4 to the floor house beat and lets the massive synth line go solo.
Geht's Noch by Roman Flugel is one for the bleep freaks out there with it's combination of electro squeaks, bleeps and bass line stabs. The electro bleep fest continues with Chus & Ceballos vs Richie Santana's Low Frequencies Part 1 this time on a deeper tip loaded with tribal percussion and a deep gruff vocal.
So there you have it, the biggest tunes of Miami's Winter Music Conference 2005 all come together with David Piccioni on the 1's and 2's. It's a mix of house beats in all its current forms - house, electro, tribal, progressive and even dipping its finger into the breaks pot.