CRIMECAST #001 | PLAYMODE

It is time to kick off our exclusive Podcast-Series “CRIMECAST“!

We are proud to start this series with PLAYMODE, who are the creators of a G-House classic “Ultrasonic” plus they already have signed releases on labels like Exploited and Club Sweat.

“It was once rumoured of the mysterious pair that a Playmode song slowed down and played in reverse was the sound of 10,000 pretty girls dancing.”

Watch out for their upcoming release on Club Sweat (Sweat It Out’s more club focused imprint).

The release is titled “Never Let Go EP” and includes their brand new tracks “Never Let Go” and “Hypnotic” – both you can find in this CRIMECAST!

This podcast contains a lot of unreleased stuff from Playmode. So be one of the first listeners.

Check them on soundcloud!

Tracklist:

1. Jesse Rose & Playmode – Not Hit Enough (feat Chuck Inglish)
2. Astin – Dejected
3. Playmode – Never Let Go
4. Playmode – ????
5. Playmode – Let Me Feel
6. ???? – ???? (Playmode Remix)
7. Playmode – ????
8. Sharam Jey, Kinree & De2part – Shot Me Down
9. D2 – Bounce Break
10. Kasbah Zoo – Hypnotik Beat
11. Torren Foot – Rondo
12. Amine Edge & Dance – Lost
13. Playmode – Hypnotic
14. Playmode – Ultrasonic
15. Andhim – Boy Boy Boy

Playmode in detail:

Developed on the foundation of an incredibly eclectic melting pot of influences, the Playmode aesthetic is fuelled by this vast reservoir, crafting their sound, which is built for the dancefloor. It was once rumoured of the mysterious pair that a Playmode song slowed down and played in reverse was the sound of 10,000 pretty girls dancing.

A discography swelling as fast as their heads upon a #4 Beatport chart placing for their most recent single, Playmode’s penchant for quality house music is astounding. Already with a host of releases on such revered labels as Exploited, a lasting impression was made with their underground hit single ‘Ultrasonic’, which achieved cult support amongst tastemaker DJs. It was said of Ultrasonic “You might know it from an Amine Edge & DANCE mix. If you’ve heard the same live recording we’re thinking of, then you probably remember this guy in the crowd freaking out completely when they dropped this track.” – a sentiment that resonated through the entire house music community.

Not Hit Enough‘, their recent collaboration with Jesse Rose, sought praise from the highest echelons of the biz. Namedropping was made easy with support from Joe Goddard, Mark Farina, Huxley, Rampa, Andy Daniell, Pete Tong; it seemed that the record was, in actual fact, hit enough.

What you think?