Honey Dijon

Honey Dijon

Ana Monroy Yglesias

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This Week in House Music: Honey Dijon, Channel Tres, Sadie Walker, Atish & Fatboy Slim

I'm currently listened to an advance stream of Honey Dijon's Black Girl Magic, and it's such a vibe; so grateful for Honey and all she brings to dance music. For this Week in House Music, we have the last stellar lead single from the upcoming album, a chill, vibey mix from Atish, and a celebratory classic from Fatboy Slim. Enjoy!

Best New Track: Honey Dijon & Channel Tres feat. Sadie Walker – Show Me Some Love [Classic Music Company, Sept. 27]

"Show Me Some Love" is the sixth and final lead single from Honey Dijon's upcoming Black Girl Magic album, due out November 18 on Classic Music Company. It's a collab with Channel Tres, a perfect marriage of their styles, both of which are housey, sexy, and together, fun a.f. It also features gorgeous vocals from Sadie Walker, which dance with Channel's confident bars atop a bouncing beat.

"I had a lot of fun working with Honey on this track, and it's been fun through each step of the process," Channel Tres stated in a press release. "It’s everything I love about underground dance music confident, and sexy."

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Best New Mix: atish - [091] - august 2022 - surface tension

For the 91st edition of his mix series, New York-based house DJ Atish welcomes fall with a moody, groovy blend of downtempo vibes. Track IDs from the hour set include: Tea White's "Bread & Milk (Enchanted Mix)," Bookwood's "One Last (Fka Mash Glitch Dub)," boys be kko's "Lop Nor," and Orbital's "Are We Here (30 Something) (Dusky Remix)."

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Best Classic Track: Fatboy Slim - Praise You [1998, Skint Records / Astralwerks]

"Praise You" is the jubilant third single from U.K. legend Fatboy Slim's second studio album, You've Come A Long Way, Baby, which also includes two more of his massive tracks,"Right Here, Right Now," and "The Rockafeller Skank." "Praise You" features a prominent sample of Camille Yarbrough's 1975 soulful "Take Yo' Praise," as well as a handful of other samples, including a test piano recording from JBL in 1973, and Steve Miller Band's "Lucky Man."

The Spike Jonze-directed music video features Jonze and the fictional Torrance Community Dance Group flash-mobbing a Los Angeles movie theater. The video is said to have cost just $800 to make and won three MTV VMAs in 1999. The radio edit of the song (the album version is about two minutes longer than the video and radio version) hit No. 1 on the UK Singles, Dance, and Indie charts.

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