Releases

Ross Couch – Future Shock And New Remix For Audio Tonic In Stores Now

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This week has seen the full release of my latest Body Rhythm single ‘Future Shock’ on all the usual stores.

The track had reached No.64 on the Beatport Deep House chart during it’s four week promo period, staying on the top 100 for around two weeks in total so hopefully it can now do well on the other sites too.

Along with that a new remix I did for Adham & Hisham Zahran’s ‘Artificial Harmony’ track on the Audio Tonic label is also out this week too.

This one has received DJ support from a number of industry notables including Jimpster, Jody Wisternoff, Alex Niggeman, Neil Quigley and Steve Mill.

You can grab both tracks from the following store links right now:

BEATPORT / TRAXSOURCE /JUNO DOWNLOAD / STOMPY / iTUNES

Meanwhile, next up on my own label is ‘Body Rhythm Remixed Vol.3’ which comes with six fresh new takes on tracks from the back catalogue from a mixture of seasoned pro’s and up and coming talent.  Expect to see that one in early March and hopefully another release shortly thereafter.

Ross Couch Remix For Rasmus Faber – Traxsource Release And DJ Feedback

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Just before Christmas my remix of Rasmus Faber Ft Beldina ‘Good Times Come Back’ came out on Farplane Records, but unfortunately due to an error it didn’t appear on Traxsource.

The good news is that everything’s now been sorted and the release is officially out on the store this week, and the good people at Traxsource have even included it in their Essential Soulful 20‘ selection for this week.

Below you’ll find a preview of the vocal mix (dub mix is also included in the package), and you can also check out the DJ feedback for the release which also features a Fred Scott remix.

Buy Link:

TRAXSOURCE

Rasmus Faber Ft Beldina – Good Times Come Back – Ross Couch Rmx by RossCouch

DJ Feedback:

Kevin Phillips – Loving the Ross Couch remix!!

Greg/Hardsoul – Nice as always! 

Mario Chrisostomou – Lovely release. Catchy hook and a beautiful vocal. Especially feelin the Ross Couch vocal!

Antony Angell (Stereo Sushi) – some excellent remixes on this package

Aga Heller – Nice!

Michael Fossati – Ross Couch delivering an absolute beauty with his glorious remixes oozing with delectable melodies and infectious yet smooth rhythms

Andrea Fiorino – Ross Couch rocks, this one is right for my soul!

Hed Kandi – Wow! Two crackin remixes, love them. Ross Couch has a Naked Music vibe all over it. This is killer!

Richard Earnshaw – A fan of Ross’ work….another decent remix to add!

tsutomu fukushima – Ross Couch Remix is so cooool!

Andy Ward – Like the sounds of Ross’ mix very much

Grant Nelson – Oh yeah this is tasty!

Craig Stewart – Ross Couch jam is super HOT!, very cool deep groove goin’ on – great work Craig Stewart Montana & Stewart Universe Media/DCsTrax

Dominique Reid (Providence Rockwell) – You guys constantly Bring Da Vybes ! Feeling The Ross Mixes even more !

Graham Sahara – Lovely mix from Ross. will play 

Davidson Ospina – Love everything Ross Couch produces! 🙂 Support

Alonso – I like the Ross Couch Remix.. Sublim mix! Alonso / Deeper People

Ross Couch – Future Shock – Body Rhythm 039 Out On Beatport Promo

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My first brand new release of 2012, ‘Future Shock’ is now out on four week BEATPORT promo.

This one is a single with a couple of additional mixes, and so far it’s the original mix that’s been doing the most damage with DJ’s as you’ll be able to see from the DJ reactions below.

The release has also been featured by Beatport on both the Deep House section and on the main page which is great to see.

Track Preview:

Ross Couch – Future Shock – Original Mix:

Ross Couch – Future Shock – Original Mix by RossCouch

Check out the other mixes and buy the release now at Beatport.com.

 

DJ Reactions:

Nacho Marco: “Original Mix 10/10 !!!”  (Played on LoudEast FM)

Giom: “The BASS mix is HEAVY man, love it. Will try it out, can’t wait!”

Lucas Black (Farplane Radio): “Love the track, will play on this week’s radio show.”

Satoshi Fumi: “Love Original.  Deep groove.”

Spin Science: “Original is lovely.”

Krummstoff: “I’m really into the original version, will definitely support  it!”

Ken Christensen: “I love your music.”

John Symms (Kinky Movement): “My favourite by a whisker is the floor mix with the og coming a very close second!  Will definitely play them in my upcoming gigs and radio shows.”

Evren Ulosoy: “Nice one here.”

Niall Redmond (RTE Radio): “Original mix is the one for me bro….nice.”

Homero Espinosa: “Ross Couch does it again! Love the main track!”

Ross Couch Feat Lazarusman – Wide Open Spaces – Available In Stores Now

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It’s only January 2nd and I’ve already got a new release out!

After completing it’s promo run on Beatport, Ross Couch Ft Lazarusman – ‘Wide Open Spaces’ (Body Rhythm 037) is now available in all the usual stores.

BEATPORT / TRAXSOURCE / JUNO DOWNLOAD / STOMPY / iTUNES / AMAZON

You can also check out previews of the two main mixes via the YouTube clip below (instrumental versions also available).

 

Ross Couch – Travelogue Compilation Out Now / Featured On Beatport

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My final release of the year on Body Rhythm, ‘Travelogue’ is out now on Body Rhythm Records (BRR038).

I had originally planned to put out a standard ‘best of 2011’ compilation to end the year, but then I decided to switch things up a little and do something I’ve had in the back of my mind for a while which is to compile all the tracks I’ve written on the label that were written with a specific destination around the world in mind.

As I started to sift through the back catalogue I realized there was a whole bunch of tracks that could fit in to the general ‘travel’ theme – for example, ‘Bon Voyage’, ‘Lost In Translation’ and ‘The Traveling Man’ would all have worked.

In the end though there were just too many tracks and in an effort to whittle it down I decided to keep it strictly to tracks that referred to actual places.   I think it also helps to make the theme of the compilation more obvious and immediate to the casual listener who’s just flicking through a pile of tracks on one of the online stores.

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