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1. Nicole Moudaber - More Ways Than One (Original Mix)

Nicole Moudaber - More Ways Than One (Original Mix)

I’ve had so much love from everyone this year so it’s time to give something back. I know how much my fans love my music, so I’ve decided to giveaway one of my tracks. I’ve never done this before as my music is very, very precious and normally I don’t like to share free music but I’ve had so much love from my fans and this is the least I can do for those who appreciate my work - Nicole MOOD now fully established, ‘More Ways Than One’ has the honour of closing the show… And it does so with industrial strength techno funk. Cement slab kicks persist while a wood block snare grapples with your soul, dragging you deeper and deeper into the dance. Undiluted techno arranged in such a way just the smallest element has the biggest effect: when those hi-hats enter on the final twist, it’s game over.

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2. Jennifer Lopez ft. Pitbull - On The Floor (CCW Radio Edit) *Official* [Property Of Def Jam Records]

Jennifer Lopez ft. Pitbull - On The Floor (CCW Radio Edit) *Official* [Property Of Def Jam Records]

(This OFFICIAL REMIX and all rights are the property of DEF JAM Records) (Promotional Use Only-Not For Sale or Distribution) Click "Buy This Track" to purchase on iTunes.

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3. MOOD044 2. Andres Campo - Blind Call - Pig&Dan Remix

MOOD044 2. Andres Campo - Blind Call - Pig&Dan Remix

Florida 135 Resident, Mixmag one-to-watch this month and all-round man of the moment Andres Campo continues to smash his name all over 2017… This time with his debut release on Nicole Moudaber’s mighty MOOD – ‘Blind Call’. The only cold caller you’d ever really want to receive, Campo dials deep into our personals with a tightly poised groove. Weighted with his resounding rounded warm kicks and sparkling percussion, we’re soon swept away into another world as the sombre vocal textures and smouldering keys ripple, reflect and gradually envelop us in a way that complements all techno and house styles. Restrained, subtle and timeless – it’s one of Andres’ moodiest compositions to date. Remix-wise MOOD welcome the legendary Pig & Dan on board for an equally exceptional version. Retaining the restraint but refocusing the momentum through an acid arpeggio, added layers of texture and a rolling techno dynamic, Pig & Dan’s signature controlled heaviness and latent funk is coded deep into every element. One deeply atmospheric original, one killer remix - two remarkable moments for your sets this season. MOOD are kicking off the summer in style right here. Call us!

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4. Flux Pavilion - Exostomp (Jump Up High) [DISKORD Remix]

Flux Pavilion - Exostomp (Jump Up High) [DISKORD Remix]

Diskord's Remix of Flux Pavilion's Exostomp (Jump Up High) Track 3 from Grand Central Miami - Remixed Buy the EP: http://geni.us/GCRmxiTunes Diskord Socials: Facebook: on.fb.me/1rvIDGc Twitter: bit.ly/1ptM6zz Soundcloud: @diskorduk Circus Records: Facebook: on.fb.me/10lDbce Twitter: bit.ly/XJaMIo Soundcloud: @circusrecords YouTube: bit.ly/15FnucI Instagram: bit.ly/1mNkBmY Tumblr: bit.ly/1bxBtaS Beatport: btprt.dj/1p670qf

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5. MOOD043 1. Sly Faux - Incandescence - Sly Faux's Cyclo Mix

MOOD043 1. Sly Faux - Incandescence - Sly Faux's Cyclo Mix

Having offered us gems (and pearls) on the likes of Revolution, TFU and Green Fetish, Australian techno spellbinder Sly Faux takes a giant leap to MOOD with three of his most immersive creations to date. Not just a clever name, Sly Faux is a savvy atmosphere technician, too. This is evident the moment the twinkling starlit intro of the EP title track ignites, gradually easing us into his dark, misty textures with a subtle sense of theatre. Dynamically developing in momentum throughout, it’s the perfect set opener. A MOOD enhancer, perhaps. Flexing a more forthright sense of dark euphoria, ‘Hashes Of Eight’ is a thriving, driving peaktime cut. Armed with a persistent timeless hook, barbed vocal, yearning chords lilting sternly in the background and a pumping drum arrangement, it’s the type of track you can build a whole sequence around with emotional effect. ‘Violence Is Too Damn Hard’ seals the deal. Another ruminating build starts the journey before more rhythmic elements are introduced along with a sinewy arpeggio that gradually takes pole position in the mix. Fixing our focus with a classic sense of progressive suspense, the real drama can be found in the bottom end as ominous groans sweep sternly beneath. And the real pay off is found in the sense-melting sparkling breakdown. Three tracks of timeless emotional techno, ‘Incandescent’ isn’t just the EP title track… It’s a signature Sly Faux is slowly making his own. We suspect there’ll be more to come…

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6. MOOD050 3. Nicole Moudaber & Carl Cox - See You Next Tuesday - Danny Tenaglia's Return To Twilo Mix

MOOD050 3. Nicole Moudaber & Carl Cox - See You Next Tuesday - Danny Tenaglia's Return To Twilo Mix

Now this is how you celebrate your label's 50th release! To celebrate MOOD's half century of dispatches since launching almost five years ago, Nicole Moudaber has revisited her monolithic mind-melt with the don of all dons, Carl Cox. An unabashed dark drama workout originally released in 2014, the cheekily-titled 'See You Next Tuesday' is considered a classic by many and still elevates floors to insane highs to this day. As will these remixes… Commissioned to highlight the label's milestone release, MOOD have pulled out every single stop possible with some of the most exciting and innovative names of all time and every shade of the techno palette is splashed across this epic eight track trove. The one and only Danny Tenaglia takes us back to Twilo with his hip-swinging bassline and hypnotic prowess; the unstoppable tech house duo Solardo get twisted with just the right levels of jack attack; Truncate fixes our focus on the visceral physical techno energy; Trunkline get carnal with a tribal rawness; Black Asteroid super-charge the groove with a palpable electric sizzle; Raxon flips the groove into a driven, warm techno roller that doesn't quit from here till next Tuesday. Complete with both original versions, this eight-track odyssey between two kindred spirits doesn't just celebrate MOOD's 50th release but revels in everything that's exciting and thriving about techno past, present and future. Here's to the next 50 MOOD dispatches!

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7. Joel Mull - Firefly EP

Joel Mull - Firefly EP

Having just brought us the debut from Germany’s Bleak House, MOOD follow swiftly with a fresh EP from one of Techno’s most esteemed artists; label favourite Joel Mull. The big Swede follows his ‘Wind It Up’ and ‘Buzzers’ EP’s with a brand new MOOD offering that’s bursting at the seams with an impressively inspired five track selection. We’ll let Joel tell us more... “The main inspiration behind the title track, ‘Firefly’, was to try and capture the vibe of where i would like to be a couple of hours in to a DJ set. Hypnotic, Melancholic & Trippy and with a dash of Techno-trance. The name Firefly is inspired by the Playstation Game The Last Of Us. One of the best games I ever played. A dystopian future with hope and a unique game play. Joshua Tree has been on the bucket list since i saw the cover of U2 album with the same name. I had the opportunity to visit California and the National Park Joshua Tree last year in March. This track is named after and inspired by that experience. I can really recommend to go a there to visit.” Motion Senses sees Joel flow from the atmospheric and expansive soundscape of Joshua Tree to a more stripped and mechanised groove. Now its time to get deeper. “Terraplane is a track I started to play around with on a train journey in Germany. I was so inspired by the night before, got lucky and nailed it in one hit. Its not unusual that I start writing tracks on the road, before doing the final arrangement and mixing in the Studio. Especially on train rides. It happens often on the plane home on a Sunday. The flight out is for preparation for the gig ahead, but on Sunday there is a special vibe and the brain is sort of open to new ideas. So Sundays, if inspiration strikes and my ears are still not too tired i´ll open up Ableton and do sketches on the flight home.” Joel closes out the bumper package with the aptly titled ‘Last Of Us’. A dreamy cut, dedicated to those final relentless and beautiful souls who remain on the dancefloor till the final beat. A perfect finale to yet another perfect Mull release.

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8. MOOD043 2. Sly Faux - Hashes Of Eight

MOOD043 2. Sly Faux - Hashes Of Eight

Having offered us gems (and pearls) on the likes of Revolution, TFU and Green Fetish, Australian techno spellbinder Sly Faux takes a giant leap to MOOD with three of his most immersive creations to date. Not just a clever name, Sly Faux is a savvy atmosphere technician, too. This is evident the moment the twinkling starlit intro of the EP title track ignites, gradually easing us into his dark, misty textures with a subtle sense of theatre. Dynamically developing in momentum throughout, it’s the perfect set opener. A MOOD enhancer, perhaps. Flexing a more forthright sense of dark euphoria, ‘Hashes Of Eight’ is a thriving, driving peaktime cut. Armed with a persistent timeless hook, barbed vocal, yearning chords lilting sternly in the background and a pumping drum arrangement, it’s the type of track you can build a whole sequence around with emotional effect. ‘Violence Is Too Damn Hard’ seals the deal. Another ruminating build starts the journey before more rhythmic elements are introduced along with a sinewy arpeggio that gradually takes pole position in the mix. Fixing our focus with a classic sense of progressive suspense, the real drama can be found in the bottom end as ominous groans sweep sternly beneath. And the real pay off is found in the sense-melting sparkling breakdown. Three tracks of timeless emotional techno, ‘Incandescent’ isn’t just the EP title track… It’s a signature Sly Faux is slowly making his own. We suspect there’ll be more to come…

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9. Stephan Hinz - Outreach - Preview Snippet

Stephan Hinz - Outreach - Preview Snippet

Stephan Hinz may be making his debut on Nicole Moudaber’s imprint but he’s by no means a debutant in the game. With a body of work dating back to the late 2000s featuring labels such as Watergate, Intec, Second State, Drumcode and more, it was only a matter of time before his dancefloor-tailored, mix-optimised dynamics found themselves on MOOD. Armed with a restrained sense of funk and space, Hinz’s strong groove craft is established across three very distinct arrangements. We ignite with ‘Outreach’, a track that builds drama with relentless drums before being stripped right back for a humanised loop to flicker and falter through the rising drama. Heightened by every strike of the succinct two-note riff, it’s guaranteed to leave the floor putty in your hands before the main breakdown. We stride forward into the techno unknown with ‘Phantom Move’ where an ominous analogue texture takes the lead with the persistence of a foundation electro cut. Raising in velocity and sheer breadth, it teases with a bigger riff potential on every fill. Powered by a thunderdome drum set, peppered with dubby overlays, Hinz is on a real trip… And everyone is invited. Finally we hit ‘Resonant States’. Here we find Stephan somewhere deep in warehouse mode with a dynamic that’s fat enough to justify clinical classification and a loop-driven groove that’s persistent enough to warrant an injunction. Infectious to the core and coded with the same ingredients from the sonic spice rack shared by Berlin and Detroit, it’s a climactic closure to a pivotal chapter from Hinz. With sounds as strong as these we suspect MOOD will happily welcome him again in the near future…

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10. MOOD050 6. Nicole Moudaber & Carl Cox - See You Next Tuesday - Truncate Remix

MOOD050 6. Nicole Moudaber & Carl Cox - See You Next Tuesday - Truncate Remix

Now this is how you celebrate your label's 50th release! To celebrate MOOD's half century of dispatches since launching almost five years ago, Nicole Moudaber has revisited her monolithic mind-melt with the don of all dons, Carl Cox. An unabashed dark drama workout originally released in 2014, the cheekily-titled 'See You Next Tuesday' is considered a classic by many and still elevates floors to insane highs to this day. As will these remixes… Commissioned to highlight the label's milestone release, MOOD have pulled out every single stop possible with some of the most exciting and innovative names of all time and every shade of the techno palette is splashed across this epic eight track trove. The one and only Danny Tenaglia takes us back to Twilo with his hip-swinging bassline and hypnotic prowess; the unstoppable tech house duo Solardo get twisted with just the right levels of jack attack; Truncate fixes our focus on the visceral physical techno energy; Trunkline get carnal with a tribal rawness; Black Asteroid super-charge the groove with a palpable electric sizzle; Raxon flips the groove into a driven, warm techno roller that doesn't quit from here till next Tuesday. Complete with both original versions, this eight-track odyssey between two kindred spirits doesn't just celebrate MOOD's 50th release but revels in everything that's exciting and thriving about techno past, present and future. Here's to the next 50 MOOD dispatches!

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11. Mood 50 Best of Mood - Mixed & Compiled by Nicole Moudaber Minimix

Mood 50 Best of Mood - Mixed & Compiled by Nicole Moudaber Minimix

Out now on Beatport https://www.beatport.com/release/mood-50-best-of-mood-mixed-and-compiled-by-nicole-moudaber/2171664 Celebrating the milestone of 50 releases on MOOD Records, label boss Nicole Moudaber has put together this special mix from the MOOD catalogue alongside releasing a remix pack for her collaboration with Carl Cox. 'See You Next Tuesday', the collaboration from Moudaber and Cox originally released in 2014, will now be given new life in the form of remixes by Danny Tenaglia, Solardo, Truncate, Black Asteroid, Raxon and Trunkline. As one of the most popular releases on MOOD, it's an ideal time to reimagine the material. Following the 'See You Next Tuesday' remixes, 'Mood50: The Best of Mood' will be released with 17 tracks mixed and compiled by Moudaber herself. The compilation features label favorites Pan-Pot, Victor Calderone, Scuba, Gregor Tresher and more. Moudaber expressed her thoughts on having her esteemed label reach the 50 release milestone in just five years: "It's been a labor of love and looking back at our 50 releases I feel an immense amount of pride and joy that all the releases can stand the test of time. It's a great platform and creative outlet for me -- if the music is good, then it needs to be heard. If I'm playing it during my sets or on my radio show, then I would release it. I'm excited to share what we have in store from both industry veterans and undiscovered new talent making an impact on the dancefloor where it counts."

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12. Victor Calderone - Parallel - Ray Kajioka Remix

Victor Calderone - Parallel - Ray Kajioka Remix

The journey continues… Victor Calderone and Nicole Moudaber’s creative collaborations develop from the DJ booth and studio as Victor makes his debut on Nicole’s MOOD. Following major outings on Intec and Drumcode in recent years, he returns with three more dynamic techno compositions tailored specifically for the later night deep mix sessions. And if that’s not enough, the package also includes an exceptional remix from Ray Kajioka. ‘Parallel’ instantly hits with dubby reflective synth insistency. But the deeper you dive, the more you realise how much groove the drums carry as they switch and skip along with unrelenting pressure. The groove is extended by one of Germany’s most respected longstanding pioneers Ray Kajioka who re-textures the riff with much more of a darker, grittier sound and thicker, grainier drums to incredible effect. Deeper we dive again for two more examples of Victor’s creative dexterity and sonic scope: “The Difference” is a rolling workout that ignites with a deep smouldering aesthetic before gradually adding layers of atmospheric pressure, percussive hypnosis and subtle cosmic touches while “Zenith” shows Calderone at his most cinematic… What begins as a classic foggy midnight graveyard stroll suddenly turns into something much more sparse, spiky and full suspense. A dramatic way to end a far-reaching, full-vision EP. The journey doesn’t stop here….

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13. دويتو " هيجننى " - ايلام جاى و محمد الريفى (ELAM JAY feat MOHAMED RIFI "HAYGANINI" (OFFICIAL Audio

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دويتو " هيجننى " - ايلام جاى و محمد الريفى (ELAM JAY feat MOHAMED RIFI "HAYGANINI" (OFFICIAL Audio VIDEO : https://youtu.be/KUrvbXd0Lkg Mahragan : https://youtu.be/eXRVA5JH1Sg

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14. Doctor P and Flux Pavilion - Party Drink Smoke feat. Jarren Benton

Doctor P and Flux Pavilion - Party Drink Smoke feat. Jarren Benton

Party Drink Smoke is OUT NOW on Circus Records! Buy: https://fanlink.to/PartyDrinkSmoke iTunes: http://smarturl.it/PartyDSiTunes Spotify: http://bit.ly/PartyDSSpotify Apple Music: http://smarturl.it/PartyDSAmusic Google Play: http://bit.ly/PartyDSGPlay Follow Doctor P: Facebook: http://bit.ly/DoctorPFacebook Twitter: http://bit.ly/DoctorPTwitter Instagram: http://bit.ly/DoctorPInsta Soundcloud: @doctorpcircus Follow Flux Pavilion: Facebook: http://bit.ly/FluxPFacebook Twitter: http://bit.ly/FluxPTwitter Instagram: http://bit.ly/FluxPInstagram Soundcloud: @flux-pavilion Folllow Jarren Benton: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/JarrenBenton/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/jarrenbenton Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jarrenbenton/ Soundcloud: @jarrenbenton Follow Circus Records: Facebook: http://bit.ly/CircusFbook Twitter: http://bit.ly/CircusTwitter Soundcloud: @circusrecords Instagram: http://bit.ly/CircusInstagram Beatport: http://bit.ly/CircusBeatport

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15. Trent Cantrelle - Out of Line (Original Mix)

Trent Cantrelle - Out of Line (Original Mix)

LA based DJ/Producer Trent Cantrelle is one of those rare artists who manages to have a foot planted in both the mainstream and underground camps of electronic music. Whilst his music has topped the download charts on a variety of labels and he has rocked the main stages at global music festivals, he is also firmly at home rocking the secret warehouse parties of his adopted home town. Trent’s MOOD debut features two new originals that meld his trademark clean techy touches with rough, nasty and rolling grooves. Android Bordello, the title track, is a Sci-Fi techno soundtrack for the craziest of dancefloor drones. Out Of Line on the flip matches mechanic and organic as the scything lazer shots and towering synth riffs are met with echoing tabla’s and a beautiful vocaled breakdown. Epic stuff from Cantrelle and an impressive first outing for MOOD.

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16. MOOD043 3. Sly Faux - Violence Is Too Damn Hard

MOOD043 3. Sly Faux - Violence Is Too Damn Hard

Having offered us gems (and pearls) on the likes of Revolution, TFU and Green Fetish, Australian techno spellbinder Sly Faux takes a giant leap to MOOD with three of his most immersive creations to date. Not just a clever name, Sly Faux is a savvy atmosphere technician, too. This is evident the moment the twinkling starlit intro of the EP title track ignites, gradually easing us into his dark, misty textures with a subtle sense of theatre. Dynamically developing in momentum throughout, it’s the perfect set opener. A MOOD enhancer, perhaps. Flexing a more forthright sense of dark euphoria, ‘Hashes Of Eight’ is a thriving, driving peaktime cut. Armed with a persistent timeless hook, barbed vocal, yearning chords lilting sternly in the background and a pumping drum arrangement, it’s the type of track you can build a whole sequence around with emotional effect. ‘Violence Is Too Damn Hard’ seals the deal. Another ruminating build starts the journey before more rhythmic elements are introduced along with a sinewy arpeggio that gradually takes pole position in the mix. Fixing our focus with a classic sense of progressive suspense, the real drama can be found in the bottom end as ominous groans sweep sternly beneath. And the real pay off is found in the sense-melting sparkling breakdown. Three tracks of timeless emotional techno, ‘Incandescent’ isn’t just the EP title track… It’s a signature Sly Faux is slowly making his own. We suspect there’ll be more to come…

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17. Victor Calderone - Parallel

Victor Calderone - Parallel

The journey continues… Victor Calderone and Nicole Moudaber’s creative collaborations develop from the DJ booth and studio as Victor makes his debut on Nicole’s MOOD. Following major outings on Intec and Drumcode in recent years, he returns with three more dynamic techno compositions tailored specifically for the later night deep mix sessions. And if that’s not enough, the package also includes an exceptional remix from Ray Kajioka. ‘Parallel’ instantly hits with dubby reflective synth insistency. But the deeper you dive, the more you realise how much groove the drums carry as they switch and skip along with unrelenting pressure. The groove is extended by one of Germany’s most respected longstanding pioneers Ray Kajioka who re-textures the riff with much more of a darker, grittier sound and thicker, grainier drums to incredible effect. Deeper we dive again for two more examples of Victor’s creative dexterity and sonic scope: “The Difference” is a rolling workout that ignites with a deep smouldering aesthetic before gradually adding layers of atmospheric pressure, percussive hypnosis and subtle cosmic touches while “Zenith” shows Calderone at his most cinematic… What begins as a classic foggy midnight graveyard stroll suddenly turns into something much more sparse, spiky and full suspense. A dramatic way to end a far-reaching, full-vision EP. The journey doesn’t stop here….

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18. Stephan Hinz - Phantom Move - Preview Snippet

Stephan Hinz - Phantom Move - Preview Snippet

Stephan Hinz may be making his debut on Nicole Moudaber’s imprint but he’s by no means a debutant in the game. With a body of work dating back to the late 2000s featuring labels such as Watergate, Intec, Second State, Drumcode and more, it was only a matter of time before his dancefloor-tailored, mix-optimised dynamics found themselves on MOOD. Armed with a restrained sense of funk and space, Hinz’s strong groove craft is established across three very distinct arrangements. We ignite with ‘Outreach’, a track that builds drama with relentless drums before being stripped right back for a humanised loop to flicker and falter through the rising drama. Heightened by every strike of the succinct two-note riff, it’s guaranteed to leave the floor putty in your hands before the main breakdown. We stride forward into the techno unknown with ‘Phantom Move’ where an ominous analogue texture takes the lead with the persistence of a foundation electro cut. Raising in velocity and sheer breadth, it teases with a bigger riff potential on every fill. Powered by a thunderdome drum set, peppered with dubby overlays, Hinz is on a real trip… And everyone is invited. Finally we hit ‘Resonant States’. Here we find Stephan somewhere deep in warehouse mode with a dynamic that’s fat enough to justify clinical classification and a loop-driven groove that’s persistent enough to warrant an injunction. Infectious to the core and coded with the same ingredients from the sonic spice rack shared by Berlin and Detroit, it’s a climactic closure to a pivotal chapter from Hinz. With sounds as strong as these we suspect MOOD will happily welcome him again in the near future…

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