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October 8, 2011 / Posted by Exploited-Admin (706)

This is serious dance music at it’s most cutting edge. Welcome to the online home of Exploited!

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CLAPTONE WINS DJ MAG TOP 100 DJs 2017 HIGHEST HOUSE CATEGORY

October 24, 2017 / Posted by Exploited-Admin (706)

Claptone in DJ Mag‘s House category. Read the full story HERE.

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OUT TODAY ON BEATPORT: JAVIER ORDUNA & MAHFOUD – WE ALMOST DROWNED IN THE SEA

October 24, 2017 / Posted by Exploited-Admin (706)

GET IT HERE AT BEATPORT.

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Born and raised in Spain, Javier Orduña has already released music on esteemed labels such as Visionquest, Culprit or Get Physical.
His musical spectrum ranges from Detroit techno, to house, Acid house, Deep-house, Jazz, Rock and Punk and his tracks have been widely supported by some of the biggest names in the dance game.
On his debut ’We Almost Drowned In The Sea’ for Exploited Ghetto he teams up with singer Mâhfoud.
Mâhfoud is a vocalist, instrumentalist, composer and producer from the Netherlands. His work is often referred to as melancholic, yet goosing. In his latest development he attempts to liaise science and sound into a honest fusion of traditional instruments and electronic driven compositions.

OLE BIEGE & MARTIN WASLEWSKI – REILSTREET AT BBC 1 RADIO

October 23, 2017 / Posted by Exploited-Admin (706)
Nice to hear Gerd Janson opening his Tag Team mix at BBC Radio 1 for Pete Tong with Ole Biege & Martin Waslewski – Reilstreet.
Listen HERE.

OFFICIAL MUSIC VIDEO LOPEZHOUSE – SAN PEDRO

October 5, 2017 / Posted by Exploited-Admin (706)

Watch Official Music Video here:

Video shot by Xavier Damase.
Lopezhouse’s cinematic “San Pedro” is a unique and symbolic video combining series of striking imagery, ranging from pop culture references to deeply rooted fantasies stemming from our collective unconscious.
We follow a cowboy on a Ninebot ONE (the white horse to our twenty-first-century cowboy) speeding down an empty, calm and quiet Oxford street early in the morning (4am ; magic hour)…
Release available here:

OUT TODAY ON BEATPORT: BEARFACE – MOON

October 2, 2017 / Posted by Exploited-Admin (706)

GET IT HERE AT BEATPORT.

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Early support from DJ Hell, Simon Baker, Arthur Baker, Claptone, Booka Shade, Tensnake, Kevin Knapp, Purple Disco Machine, Waifs & Strays, Downtown Party Network, Jozif, Horse Meat Disco, Patrick Pulsinger, Liar/Tessiier-Ashpool, dOP, Roberto Rodriguez, Zoo Brazil, Joyce Muniz…

Bearface is obsessed with rhythm. Trained as a classical percussionist, specialising in Indian and Latin, he has always seen how drums can draw people together, underpin gatherings and lock people into a hypnotic groove. “I see Bearface as a site of rebellion against a rigid conception of House music” he says, explaining his vision. Always designed for the floor, the tracks are picking up recognition from artists as diverse as Mr. G, Skream and Tensnake, and regularly cause damage at underground clubs across London.

‘Moon’
Plastic surgery for a flabby dance floor. ‘Moon’ comes with sharp percussion slices through surgical vocal clips, a body shaking bottom-end. Based around a feel-good disco structure, but with the playful sound design of imaginative, forward thinking house, this is guaranteed to bring energy and iron out those wrinkles.

’280′
A percussive techno workout with dub sensibilities and a strongly retro feel. Reaching across genres, ‘280’ references chattering handclaps from Chicago and dreamy, robotic vocals from Italo. Mixing them all together into a psychedelic funk for those dark corners where minds are lost.

‘Anyway’
A mid-tempo exploration of that fertile territory between house and techno. Lush, echoing chord-washes drift and build in intensity over a clean, repetitive drum structure. Reminiscent of Transmat offerings of late, this chord grooves to a deeper rhythm than most.

‘Troid’
Bearface offers a Sub-aqueous rhythmic exploration with Troid. A Deeply structured, echo-laden bed track supports mysterious keys floating in and out of focus, offset by gnarled acid inflections that feel like insistent questions. More atmospheric and suggestive than his more club focused tracks of late, this feels like an opener or scene-setter for late night narratives, where the cinematic sweeps and sparkling acid lines jostle for supremacy.