East Coast Groove Radio the Monotone Episode

The Monotone Episode by East Coast Groove on Mixcloud

Veerus & Maxie Devine – Embargo
Veerus & Maxie Devine – Laserdisco
Michael Moog & The Klack – Have a Good Time
Jerome LOL/Bondax – Always (Genius Vision)
Jill Tirrell & Todd Terry – Be With You Tonight
Dj E-Clyps – DepperThan Love
Maffa & Lucas Reyes feat Lady Jocelyn – Super Timba
Princeton Rejects – Lovegames
Marlon D & Kathy Brown – Believe In Yourself (IBITALY Remix)

Friend Within – The Hat


Fresh from announcing his own label He Loves You and debuting lead track ‘The Label’, Friend Within now shares the double A track to come from that first release, ‘The Hat. Released on 22nd September alongside double AA track ‘The Hat’ which draws on more current influences with a bouncy sub-bass taking centre stage, He Loves You marks the beginning of a new creative journey for the elusive Friend Within which also sees him play a five-date UK ‘No Friends Within’ tour throughout October.

David Gtronic & Lilith – Kuxan Suum EP


David Gtronic has been imposing his intelligent and refreshing take on techno for several years now. Having originally cut his teeth in Miami, the native Colombian now enjoys globetrotting between the States, Ibiza, Berlin, London, and Paris, and has also developed into a cherished member of tINI & the Gang.

On the other hand Lilith has been rubbing shoulders with the likes of Dennis Ferrer, Guy Gerber, Tobi Neumann, Ripperton, Gregor Tresher, and Kerri Chandler when not working on her inaugural artist album, scheduled for release early next year.

Marking their second collaboration since the highly acclaimed ‘Lagrimas Del Sol’ release on the Art of Dark imprint, ‘Kuxan Suum’ is once again exemplary of the quality generated between two of today’s most talented virtuosos. The title track marries Gtronic’s rumbling grooves with Lilith’s inimitable organic elements, crafting a powerful synergy that will undoubtedly fuel dancefloors long into the future

Laura Mvula – She (Syv Remix)


Fresh from debuting the bouncy ‘Holding Back’ and their recent re-edit of Blonde’s smash ‘Higher Ground’, those SYV boys are putting their re-work magic on the brilliant Laura Mvula’s ‘She’. Doing what they do best, the teenage SYV duo sneak some bounce party beats into ‘She’ showcasing their already honed stellar production skills. SYV really are a name to keep an eye on.



Since being propelled into the limelight many years ago by none other than Steve Angello, Italian duo Veerus & Maxie Devine have showed no signs of resting on their laurels.

Becoming established names on the Suara roster, the pair have remixed the likes of Fatboy Slim, Noir, Wally Lopez and Todd Terry, as well as seen support from industry giants including Carl Cox, Sasha, Richie Hawtin, Green Velvet, Coyu, Pan-Pot, Roger Sanchez and Kittball founders Tube & Berger.

Initiating playfully with a benevolent melody and subtle bongos, ‘Embargo’ soon introduces a sultry bass hook that distorts the track into a powerful number with moody and decadent results. Title track ‘Laserdisco’ then demonstrates vibes appropriate to its name, featuring a strumming bassline, distorted vocals, and enchanting atmospherics to create a dystopian disco sound with a dusky ultramodern twist.