Ewan Rill – Primal Function [Magnitude Recordings]

Release Promo is an electronic music promotion service which consists of DJs, Press and other key industry figures who provide feedback on promotional releases. Based on those reactions, record labels can judge the strength of upcoming releases. Feedback from promo pool members is compiled in a top 100 chart and published on the website and in weekly emails. The top 100 charts play a major role in what other DJs and music buyers play & ultimately purchase.

Soapdish (2/10) Movie CLIP – Let's Do It (1991) HD

David (Robert Downey Jr.) shrewdly persuades Celeste (Sally Field) to go along with the new pages of the script.

In the comedic farce Soapdish, the behind-the-scenes lives of several soap opera actors are just as melodramatic as those of their television counterparts. Sally Field stars as Celeste Talbert, the star of a declining TV show. To make matters worse, Talbert’s career is thrown into turmoil when her rival, Montana Moorehead (Cathy Moriarty), tries to persuade producer David Barnes (Robert Downey Jr.) to write Talbert off the show. Smitten by Moorehead, Barnes comes up with a scheme to get Talbert off the show by hiring her niece Lori (Elisabeth Shue) and then Jeffrey (Kevin Kline), an old flame and cast member who was written out of the show 20 years prior. Soon, mayhem rules on the set as the cast and crew tangle, culminating in a special episode, broadcast live.

TM & © Paramount (1991)
Cast: Robert Downey Jr., Arne Nannestad, Sally Field, Teri Hatcher, Kathy Najimy
Director: Michael Hoffman
Producers: Joel Freeman, Alan Greisman, Herbert Ross, Aaron Spelling, Victoria White
Screenwriters: Robert Harling, Andrew Bergman

Will Easton – Kaleidoscope (Street Tracks Imprint)

A kaleidoscope is an optical instrument with two or more reflecting surfaces tilted to each other in an angle, so that one or more objects on one end of the mirrors are seen as a regular symmetrical pattern when viewed from the other end, due to repeated reflection. Wikipedia


Sweet Smell of Success (2/11) Movie CLIP – J.J.'s Table (1957) HD

Sidney (Tony Curtis) interrupts J.J. Hunsecker (Burt Lancaster) at a dinner he is having with a senator.

Ernest Lehman drew upon his experiences as a Broadway press agent to write the devastating a clef short story “Tell Me About Tomorrow.” This in turn was adapted by Lehman and Clifford Odets into the sharp-edged, penetrating feature film Sweet Smell of Success. Burt Lancaster stars as J. J. Hunsecker, a Walter Winchell-style columnist who wields his power like a club, steamrolling friends and enemies alike. Tony Curtis co-stars as Sidney Falco, a sycophantic press agent who’d sell his grandmother to get an item into Hunsecker’s popular newspaper column. Hunsecker enlists Falco’s aid in ruining the reputation of jazz guitarist Steve Dallas (Martin Milner), who has had the temerity to court Hunsecker’s sister Susan (Susan Harrison). Falco contrives to plant marijuana on Dallas, then summons corrupt, sadistic NYPD officer Harry Kello (Emile Meyer), who owes Hunsecker several favors, to arrest the innocent singer. The real Walter Winchell, no longer as powerful as he’d been in the 1940s but still a man to be reckoned with, went after Ernest Lehman with both barrels upon the release of Sweet Smell of Success. Winchell was not so much offended by the unflattering portrait of himself as by the dredging up of an unpleasant domestic incident from his past. While Success was not a success at the box office, it is now regarded as a model of street-smart cinematic cynicism. The electric performances of the stars are matched by the taut direction of Alex MacKendrick, the driving jazz score of Elmer Bernstein, and the evocative nocturnal camerawork of James Wong Howe.

TM & © MGM (1957)
Cast: Jay Adler, Tony Curtis, William Forrest, Burt Lancaster, Autumn Russell
Director: Alexander Mackendrick
Producers: Tony Curtis, Harold Hecht, Burt Lancaster, James Hill
Screenwriters: Ernest Lehman, Alexander Mackendrick, Clifford Odets

Lane 8 – Don't Let Me Go feat. Arctic Lake

Lane 8 Shares Powerful New Melodic House Single “Don’t Let Me Go” Ft. Arctic Lake — This Song Is Sick

We’re getting closer and closer to the release of Lane 8’s next studio album. Today, the TSIS favorite dropped the third single off of the forthcoming project, Bright Lights. The single is called “Don’t Let Me Go,” featuring Arctic Lake, and it’s one of his most powerful tracks to date. Anytime we step into a […]

Lane 8 Shares Powerful New Melodic House Single “Don’t Let Me Go” Ft. Arctic Lake — This Song Is Sick

Nora En Pure – Purified Radio Episode 172

So beautiful. I can’t wait to see you live again. Twice in Atlanta and once in Charlotte were divine 🥰 . I already have my ticket for Tampa and I’m thinking about making the trip up to Durham to check you out there too. I hope you’re still recovering from your hectic schedule and that you’re feeling recharged and ready to go. Best wishes and safe travels. I’ll be waiting for you as long as circumstances permit. Cheers 🥰🥰 🥰 Walter Edwards

Agnnih – Khoomei (Original Mix)

Agnnih is a young Producer/Dj from Argentina.
Actually based in Barcelona, his productions and sets are focused on reaching deep emotions and feelings that only music can express, his sound goes from deep melodic house to ethnic deep and downtempo.

Buy here:https://www.beatport.com/release/aras… RELEASE DATE 2019-12-09 LABEL RYNTH