Kevin Over – Face Off EP Kevin Over returns this winter for a full release on Mobilee after making some noise this past summer on Leena Music. The young talent has rapidly risen through the ranks releasing quality tracks on labels like Noir Music and Get Physical. Now he brings another funky and jacking EP that further solidifies his stance as a rising star. Quickly taking our ears to places of pleasant rhythms and jacking beats his sophomore approach brings quality tech house cuts that are made for bringing the masses to the floor. Listen to Kevin Over – Face Off EP on PYRO! Redondo – On The Flow (Extended Mix) This time, Dutch deep house maestros Redondo deliver a trademark groove with On The Flow. The looped vocals get the vibe going, the synth bassline finishes it off, funky and catchy. Right on the mark, the ultimate DJ weapon that’s made for sweaty club floors… and its totally free.. Enjoy! Listen to Redondo – On The Flow on PYRO! Niko The Kid – Slip Away (Original Mix) After remixes of Theophilus London and Kanye West’s “Can’t Stop” and Deborah Cox’s “Kinda Miss You,” rising house producer Niko The Kid releases his first original production titled “Slip Away.” The Atlanta-based producer, known for his crafty builds and distinctly unique drops, conjures up the perfect elemental storm for a groovy house debut. A deep house rhythmic bass fades into a distorted vocal sample and synth-filled breakdown priming your ears for an effortlessly cool jazz house drop seemingly made for a rooftop sunset vibe. Listen to Niko The Kid – Slip Away on PYRO! Holl & Rush – Got Some (Original Mix) Rising Dutch duo Holl & Rush see out 2015 in immaculate style with their latest track for Revealed Recordings, the inimitable “Got Some” – available worldwide from November 30th. Oscar Loomans and Bart Jaspers here demonstrate their keen ears for both gorgeous melodies and wild rhythms, building on the successes of their earlier releases such as “Buddah” and “Shogun”, whilst simultaneously expanding their sound into new territory. The track alternates between adrenaline pumping, mechanical percussion and piano driven harmony, fluctuating between the two sensibilities to explore the sense of juxtaposition that arises. Formed through a combination of Wild crescendos, towering drops and a constant dancefloor filling ambition, “Got Some” makes a bold statement in terms of contemporary dance music, eschewing current trends to develop something more rewarding and intricate. Listen to Holl & Rush – Got Some on PYRO!