Step into the next exhilarating installment of House Cat Hits, your passport to an entrancing realm of house music. Prepare to infuse your weekend with an irresistible blend of rhythm and groove. In this edition, we’ve meticulously curated an array of the most exhilarating and dynamic tracks from the expansive house music universe with tastes of techno and more! Brace yourself to be swept away by the freshest beats and crispest rhythms that promise to captivate your senses.
Eli Brown — “Diamonds On My Mind”
Eli Brown returns with “Diamonds On My Mind,” out now on Astralwerks. After the success of “Be The One” and the summer-ready “Love Is Free,” this track showcases Brown’s knack for crafting techno anthems that resonate with his audiences. With an infectious hook and a seamless blend of four-to-the-floor beats and synthesized fanfare, “Diamonds On My Mind” exudes an upbeat energy. The stripped-back beat and singular rave synth lead create a captivating simplicity while anthemic vocals amplify the track’s impact. As he wraps up a rampant festival season in Europe and gears up for a Factory93 endorsed tour in the USA, including headline shows at Space Miami and Los Angeles, Eli Brown continues to captivate audiences globally.
Matroda – Jack The House 4 EP
Matroda jumps on the House Cats Hit series with his fourth edition of the Jack The House EP series.Through this six track offering, the Croatian house sensation delves into the deep and dark corners of the club. Propulsive grooves, crisp percussion, and intoxicating vocals encompass this tantalizing journey through insatiable house music. The first track on the EP, “My Mind,” certainly stands out as a commanding introductory track that leaves the listener wanting more. The EP also features an energizing and alluring collaboration with TOBEHONEST titled “Talk To Me.”
Hannah Laing, HVRR – “Party All The Time
Hannah Laing releases her anticipated single, “Party All The Time,” with HVRR. The Scottish DJ and producer has amassed a strong following and this latest party banger is sure to continue that growth! For this single, Hannah Laing and HVRR sample Eddie Murphy‘s ’80s hit “Party All The Time,” and yes it’s the same Eddie Murphy you are thinking of. The track exudes pure energy and one can’t help but dance and sing along. “Part All The Time” captures a true party essence with its vibrant synths and high-spiritedness.
AC Slater, Chris Lorenzo, Fly With Us — “Shrine Banger”
AC Slater and Chris Lorenzo‘s electrifying partnership, Fly With Us, stirs excitement with their inaugural single, “Shrine Banger.” This track, first revealed as the opening anthem at their 2022 debut show at The Shrine in Los Angeles, has maintained its mystique in their DJ sets, until now. As the curtain rises on Fly With Us’ monumental 2023 showcase at the Shrine Outdoors on October 6th, the release of “Shrine Banger” sets the tone for an elevated experience, featuring a fresh set and production from Slater and Lorenzo. Building on their impactful collaboration “Fly With Us,” which marked the project’s inception, AC Slater and Chris Lorenzo’s “Shrine Banger” exudes their trademark inexorable energy, with more to anticipate from Fly With Us later this year.
SIDEPIECE – “Westside”
SIDEPIECE continues to make waves with their latest offering, “Westside,” released through two prominent imprints, and landing on House Cat Hits! The GRAMMY-nominated LA House duo, comprised of NITTI and Party Favor, has swiftly risen to prominence, gracing global stages and accumulating over 500 million streams since their 2020 EP debut. “Westside” embodies the essence of a summer anthem, exemplifying their knack for infectious vocals and polished dancefloor-oriented production with a contemporary twist.
Mochakk – “Jealous”
As one of his most highly anticipated releases of this year, Mochakk delivers “Jealous,” marking his first official release with CircoLoco Records. “Jealous” with the sample of Loleatta Holloway’s ’77 classic, “Dreamin,” has been a major staple of the Brazilian DJ and producer’s fiery sets. Now, the magnitude of the track is out in full force with its impeccable groove and Mochakk’s Chicago-style house.
Adam Ten, Maori – “Spring Girl”
Tel Aviv’s acclaimed producers Adam Ten and Maori release “Spring Girl” on Diplo’s Higher Ground label. As a closely guarded secret among top DJs like Solomun and Vintage Culture, this collaborative release reflects their combined expertise in the Mediterranean underground and the emerging Israeli dance scene. In “Spring Girl,” Adam Ten and Maori merge cheeky vocals with rolling basslines and buzzing synth stabs to create a globally resonant energy that’s already captivated dancefloors worldwide and now landing on Stage Hoppers’ House Cat Hits!
Low Steppa, Crusy – “This Is The Sound”
Modern house influencer Low Steppa teams up with the internationally acclaimed Spanish artist Crusy for a captivating release on DFTD. Low Steppa and Crusy present “This Is The Sound” a club-ready track that draws inspiration from Afro-house elements. With blended energetic vocal hooks and intricate percussion atop a pulsating house beat, the result is an irresistible and weighty addition to the DFTD catalog.
Sunday Scaries, Kaleena Zanders – “Dance No More”
Sunday Scaries returns with an exhilarating club anthem, presenting their first-ever collaboration with powerhouse vocalist Kaleena Zanders in the form of “Dance No More.” The Los Angeles-based duo craft a contagious beat crafted that immediately establishes an irresistible rhythm. Then, Kaleena Zanders’ commanding vocals shine, capturing attention with hypnotic verses that crescendo into a soulful, soaring hook. The synergy between the duo and the vocalist results in a pure house music experience that exudes an electrifying energy.