The one and only House Gangster DJ Sneak is back on his own DJ Sneak Classics label, with firing new remixes and a remastered version of his 1997 track ‘Back’. On general release on the 27th October with a Beatport exclusive release on 13th October, the EP features Sneak’s original, his 2014 re-touch and two remixes from Tuccillo and Acid Mondays.
What the label say: With ‘Deepest Trip’, DJ Sneak has teamed up with brilliant US vocalist J-Dub for an eclectic, melodic and deep house number. In the hands of Brique Rouge’s man David Duriez it was turned into a fat introspective piece of after hours house with acid tones and shuffling percussion. The release also […]
After kickstarting Summer with an almighty bang, unleashing Volume 1 of his new release series ‘Moody Warehouse Music’, DJ Sneak keeps the underground heat coming, releasing Vol. 2 on Magnetic Recordings!
“This project is all about my mood when playing in warehouses and unusual venues. This set of tracks were made to hit these type of places and events. My whole vibe on these tracks is “Strictly Underground Dirty Moody House Rhythms” lots of bass > grooves > melodies > and hard hittin’ Sneak Beats. This is music for real DJs, the ones that can walk into a party no matter where and make that place bounce!” – DJ Sneak
DJ Sneak presents his second release for Exploited Records, laying down some serious swing on 3 club tracks which are destined to make dance floors sweat this summer, from Ibiza to points beyond. With Sneak’s infamous grill and barbecue sessions in mind the “Night Dish EP” is a proper Döner Kebab and Satay Meal after a heavy night out in Berlin. Featuring artwork by Berlin-based street artist Nomad.
Mixmag have the exclusive premiere of Sneak’s new track ‘Help Me One Time’ being released on Exploited Records on June 6th
Sneak is back on Plant 74, the label run by good friend Tripmastaz out of St Petersburg, Russia. The title ‘Meteors Over Russia’ references the recent meteorite fall in Chelyabinsk.
As another Canadian winter draws to a close, Sneak emerges with the first fruits of a hard few months of studio time. The first of many new releases see’s him team up with fellow house legends Murk (Oscar G and Ralph Falcon) for ‘To The Bassline’. One of those tracks that you won’t get out of your head once you’ve heard it, it has been picking up plays from Busy P, ÂME, Hot Chip, Kasper Bjørke, Tensnake, Jacques Renault, Agoria, AndHim and many more.
“They don’t even come to see the circus, they come to see the clowns.” After another hectic season in Ibiza, DJ Sneak is back in the studio and on top form, with a typically strong message for the House genre and clubbing. 1 For Da Clowns wears the I’m A House Gangster ethos on it’s […]
The latest installment on Heidi’s Jackathon Jams label pulsates with back-to-back magic presented by Bristol dream-team Waifs & Strays versus Lukas and Chicago legend DJ Sneak.
May kicked off with the inclusion of ‘Big Room’ on Yousef’s Circus X compilation, celebrating ten years of his Liverpool clubnight where Sneak has been a regular guest. Remixes of Roger Sanchez and Anhanguera followed
April was a big month for music with no fewer than 3 original releases and 2 re-issues.
Sneak joins fellow House Gangster Riva Starr as a vocalist on ‘In Da House Tonight’, released on Snatch! Records. The track wears it’s heart on it’s sleeve, talking about the impact of House on a packed sweaty dancefloor with people getting crazy. Remixes come from an all-star cast of HG’s with Phil Weeks and Tripmastaz getting involved, and a Gangster Dub from Sneak himself. Heavy.
Sneak is back on DJ Mes’ Guesthouse Music with another knockout 4 tracks of Chicago House goodness. Kicking things off ‘House That Jack Built’ sets the tone and cements that this EP is focused on turning the jack-factor up to 11. There’s plenty of the disco-filtered house sound that Sneak made his own too, and the EP leaves no doubt as to exactly who is the strongest!
New DJ Sneak EP on I’m A House Gangster, and a re-issue of the classic ‘The Polyester EP’ on Henry Street Music.
New releases this month on Sub Level, Crosstown Rebels and DJ Sneak Classics…
Originally released on Plumb Music in 1997, Body Talkin’ (originally called ‘Feel Your Body Talking’) is back on DJ Sneak Classics with a fresh set of remixes from DJ Mes, Arturo Garces, Bluntz & Roachez and DJ Sneak himself on his ‘House Gangster Remix’.
DJ Sneak and DJ Soydan. Old-school and new-school. House legend and young pretender to the throne. It’s a pretty tasty collaboration. Following 2010’s ‘The Latin Kardes EP’ on Soydan’s Yakuza imprint, the pair team up again, this time on Sneak’s heavy hitting Magnetic for a six track EP of Chicago-inspired jazzy, jacking beats. The collaboration is testament to Sneak’s passion to support both the underground and the stars of the future.
Two new pieces of music were releases this month, and they both absolute bangers! – ‘Battle’s Over’ gets included on the Watergate X release, and Sneak’ mix of Todd Edwards ‘Save My Life’ gets a rewind on i Records.
October was another month where re-issues and remixes were the order of the day – Sneak remixed ‘Master Of Time’ by Frames ft J-Dub on Blotter, Todd Terry and Hector Moralez brought their magic touches to Wickedy Sounds, and 2 Strictly Rhythm classics got makeovers.
The folks over at RCRD LBL have a free downlad of Frames – Master Of Time ft. J-Dub (Sneak’s Timeless Dub) up for grabs.
September was a month dominated by remixes and re-issues of classic Sneak with some previously hard to find gems making it to digital or getting a vinyl re-press.
DJ Sneak has managed to achieve an EP with dizzying effects. After listening you find yourself breathing a huge sigh of contentment, and then go on to listen again and again. Simply breathtaking.
Respected blog site Plain & Simple have reviewed the latest collection of Sneak’s finest moment, this time released on Robsoul Recordings…