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…
Review from Juno Download: “Not much has changed in DJ Sneak’s inimitable world since he emerged in the mid-90s. He still has a love of sampling catchy piano solos – audible on “Evil Women” – and as most of the tracks on Necessary Evils demonstrate, he does filtered disco house better than anyone else. However, […]
The excellent Magnetic Mag review ‘Fake DJ’ by Camoflaug3, featuring the DJ Sneak mix everyone is talking about
August 17th 2012. Mark the date in your diary to get your hands on the ultimate collection of Sneak tracks released on Robsoul Recordings. Phil Weeks’ Parisian house imprint are releasing a monster 6 album series which also features DJ W!LD, Chris Carrier, Joss Moog, Fries & Bridges and Phil Weeks himself, alongside DJ Sneak. Sneak’s installment will be the second in the series and includes 9 tracks.
June is a big month for new Sneak releases, here’s a quick rundown of what you can find in-store on Plant 74, Circus Recordings, Ed Banger and Hysterical Records.
The second instalment of ‘Best Of DJ Sneak’ on Guesthouse has landed. With four EPs on Guesthouse in recent years, the link to DJ Mes’ label has always been a strong one for Sneak. Featuring another 8 tracks on the San Francisco label, it’s a perfect taste of what Sneak and Guesthouse have cooked up together. And as you know by now it’s always about real house music – tracks with with dope beats, vocals, rhythm and melodies.
With four EPs on Guesthouse in recent years, the link to DJ Mes’ label has always been a strong one. That’s why it’s exciting to see that ‘Best Of DJ Sneak’ is now out, showcasing some of the joints that have dropped on the San Fran imprint.
Taken from the first ever Magnetic release back in 2001, another Sneak classic ‘Wickedy Sounds’ get a fresh lease of life, featuring remixes from house stars new and old – Johnny Fiasco, Andrea Oliva, Tuccillo and David Glass
It’s a selection of 10 tracks I’ve had for a along time, these tracks are rare and direct from DAT tapes. Vault tracks. This is the original sound of Sneak, the signature sound.
Originally released in 1996, Sneak’s classic track ‘Different Shapes & Sizes (In Da Clouds)’ is back fresh for 2012 with new remixes by Honey Dijon & Sebastian Manuel, and Ramon Tapia.
The title says it all! As one of the most in demand and prolific producers in the world, DJ Sneak drops an 8 track EP-meets-mini album on his own Magnetic Recordings. It’s classic Sneak from start to finish – slamming beats, relentless loopy grooves, disco flavors, vocal hooks and trademark stunning percussion.
Long time friend of Yousef and his Circus Events, DJ SNEAK steps up on Circus Recordings with two classic offerings. “COMING WITH DA SOUNDS” sees Puerto Rico’s finest let rip – clattering techno beats with an authentic trademark vibe power towards a (dare we say) 1991 rave break down. On the flip Sneak slow’s the pace to 120bpm with “TIME TRAVEL” – a track so close to hiss heart he wouldn’t let anyone remix it. The groove is relentless and character warm, just like the great man himself.
Venerable Chicago house DJ/producer DJ Sneak has mixed Fabric 62. Due out on March 1 (US release date: March 27), the compilation features 18 floor shaking tracks from Strip Steve & Das Glow, Luca M, Tripmastaz, Willie Graff & Tuccillo, and others. “I am very proud, excited and confident this mix will entertain for many years to come,” said DJ Sneak, adding “As long as I’m alive, house music is not dead!” Sneak, who is currently on tour, will announce new spring dates to promote the release. DJ Dan recently told us that he will collaborate with Sneak again this year.
Guesthouse Music & DJ Sneak team up to bring you another hard hitting EP chalked full of bad ass bass-lines, nasty grooves and shuffling beats for tha feets. Don’t miss this EP from a true legend of House Music on one of the best underground labels in the biz. Support from Derrick Carter, Booker T, Ghosts Of Venice and more…