From the label that brought us CanBlaster, comes a wicked new release by Hostage (Alan Hostage, Edinburgh, Britain (UK)). I totally agree with the label, this release is FIRE! (Super cool that they release an EP called Witches on the summer solstice).
4 Original tunes and 4 remixes of pure quality dancefloor banger. Nightshifters want you to blast the clubs with his sound, here is the link for the title track: Hostage – Witches (320Kbps)
Hostage – Witches by HOSTAGE
Check and grab the rest of the release on Beatport
Hostage has been setting clubs on fire for about 3 years now with appearances all over the world on a never-ending tour schedule. He’s in demand for a reason – he’s incredible. Yes, the man is a professional party animal and we’ve seen him whip a crowd into frenzy by just walking on stage. We’ve been proud to release all his major Ep’s so far and we’re just as proud to release his next. Ladies and Germs, we’re proud to bring you “Witches”, the latest rave-exploding EP from Hostage!
Alan Parley aka Hostage delivers an EP that is nothing short of breathtaking. The title track shows off Hostage’s dexterity with epic synth lines while “Alright” is a siren infused stepper that’ll have crowds screaming for rewinds! The soulful “Everybody” will be a surprise for some as it shows off a more experimental sound with splintered breaks ricocheting amongst a riot of bass. But don’t get your face burnt off by “Fire” – easily the fiercest track we’ve released on Nighthisfters to date! Yes, “Fire” is far from subtle, yes it’s a drum and bass track, and yes, crowds will go absolutely insane when you play it. We guarantee it!
Nightshifters went in on the remixes this time. Calvertron has been on a roll lately making huge dubstep-rave tracks and his remix of Witches might be among his biggest yet. I mean seriously, this track has one of the most incredible drops you’ve ever heard! Willy Joy brings in some heavy as well with his bassbin-rupturing remix of Everybody while Marcus Price drops a surprise juke remake of Alright that’s bound to bring the footwork. Clocking in at just under 8 minutes, Nightshifters label boss DJ Donna Summer makes an epic remake of Fire that replaces synths with brass sections and church bells. It’s an epic end to an epic EP!