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Alberto Segador – Originals (GRML033)

Alberto Segador – Originals (GRML033)

This is a compilation of original songs by Alberto Segador in our house. It is always a pleasure to hear and dance to the beat of our friend and colleague.

His hits on our house into just one ep full of groove, jacking and super danceable house music.

Ruben Zurita – Don´t Get Sleep Tonight (GRML032)

Ruben Zurita – Don´t Get Sleep Tonight (GRML032)

Ruben Zurita debuta en Guerrilla Records con un single que sigue la linea evolutiva de su carrera, llevándole, a día de hoy, a sonidos y grooves diferentes y, en ocasiones, alejados de la pista de baile pura.

Hace tiempo que se siente atraído por el afro house, soulful y demás variantes hipnóticas y sensuales. Con este single nos ofrece un punto de vista profundo e íntimo. Perfecto para ambientes selectos, pistas atrevidas y cócteles fuera de la norma.

Una melodía de piano un tanto oscura, planea sobre una base contundente, dentro de los márgenes del Deep House. Este single incluye el remix de Matt Correa, el cual oferta una visión diferente de la armonía que propone el artista original, llevando la melodía a un espacio sonoro mas movido.

Soul Intentions – Colored Lights (GRML031)

Soul Intentions – Colored Lights (GRML031)

After his last two eps on Mood Funk Records and Mr Nice Guy Records, Soul Intentons returns to Guerrilla Records, almost two years later, with a new epic loaded with rhythm and some sound nostalgia.

This release is made up of three original tracks entitled Blue Lights, Red Lights and White Lights. Three themes that, being different from each other, involve a subtle thread. Three themes that could perfectly share the same era, even sounding at different times of the same party. Certain rave air and nuances of nostalgia, invoke an old sonority.

Blue Lights is a clearly themed House theme, with a progression of synthetic chords in the purest American style.

Red Lights stands out for its rhythmic part, which refers to the English Hard Core of the 90s. Its effectiveness on the dance floor is more than proven, producing a certain tendency towards uncontrolled public.

White Lights ends the ep with a more groovy composition, within the margins of the Jackin. Syncopated boxes and hypnotic sounds create a fun and dynamic gear.

VVAA – Five Years (GRML030)

VVAA – Five Years (GRML030)

The history of Guerrilla Records in a single album!
This is a compilation with 30 tracks from our catalogue. We celebrate five years of work, dance and good electronic music with an organic touch

Matt Correa – Flying Over The Ground (GRML001)

For the first reference of Guerrilla Records, Matt Correa has produced a single with three cuts.
The original version tastes the end of the 90s with a contemporary sound.
Strong base and ethnic flavor accompanied by an elegant and penetrating harmony. Sounds that stay recorded in your memory and perfectly define the line that will follow the rest of references.
The original version is accompanied by the Dry Mix, to which Matt has gave in a simple way, more dance floor character almost touching Tech Sounds, and the Chill Version, very suitable for summer terraces on the beach, as their lack of rhythmic base leads to relax.

Miguel Pose – Whats Up (GRML029)

Miguel Pose – Whats Up (GRML029)

Miguel Pose returns to Guerrilla Records with a second energy-filled reference called «Whats Up!». This will go on sale in October 2019 on Traxsource exclusively and 15 days later in the rest of download and streaming portals.

This second reference follows the line of the first entitled «I Can See». An original track in the purest House style, with an ultra strong rhythmic base and harmonic accompaniment at the height.

Bass and synthesizers syncopated, create a very danceable groove and suitable for any large wingspan dance floor. The original version is accompanied by the remix of Alberto Segador, who develops his own vision of this track with its characteristic and powerful sound and the remix of Matt Correa, this being the turning point in the single, providing some false calm to the whole .

Deep, Jackin and Tech House come together in a very danceable single.

Matt Correa – Fake The Funk (GML028)

Matt Correa – Fake The Funk (GML028)

After his last two successful releases on King Street and Mood Funk Records, Matt Correa returns home with a super powerful, danceable and full of influences single.

He has spent a lot of time shaping and perfecting this work, which offers three versions of the same story. Fake The Funk makes criticism and self-criticism. It is a portrait of the DJ booths in which too much time is devoted to mobile devices. «Don’t Fake The Funk» is applicable to different situations and in this case Matt Correa addresses all those who prefer to dance, pay attention to what is happening and enjoy the moment! An undoubtedly funky theme with a sweeping bass line.

Inspired by house classics of the late 90’s, Matt Correa has played the Lead lines of this track. Sounds inspired by G-Funk and Disco music. In the extended version a track with text message sounds takes center stage, to make way for a super danceable stanza. This single is accompanied by the remix that Matt Correa uses live with his aka Soul Intentions, played with an Akai MPC2500.

Soul Intentions – Fighter In Da House (GRML026)

Soul Intentions – Fighter In Da House (GRML026)

This is the first reference of Soul Intentions in our house. Soul Intentions is the pseudonym used by Matt Correa to create and play old-style music. This project is based exclusively on hardware during the composition and its staging. It is a way of going back to the roots of everything. More direct music, focused on the dance floor and with the intention of taking it to the stage.

In this single he presents two very powerful songs, with a raw and intense sound. House music taken from the deepest of his two Akai MPC2500 and his synthesizers of the 90s.

Fighter makes a nod to the arcade classic, remembering those contemporary afternoons of the videogame and the way in which things were done. It is a little thorn that is removed cause He always had in mind to use that sample of sound. It is a thorn that is removed since He always had in mind to use that sample of sound. In Da House also has a very powerful bass and in this case someone tells us the true essence of this musical style, from the point of view of Soul Intentions. In addition, an hypnotic melody traps us for a few minutes, making us dance without thinking about anything else than enjoying.

Miguel Pose – I Can See (GRML023)

Miguel Pose – I Can See (GRML023)

After editing with labels like Supermarket Unlimited or Mood Funk Records by Angelo Ferreri, Miguel Pose brings us from Madrid the reference number 23 of Guerrilla Records. An ep composed of two original songs, which, on behalf of the House, set the bar high.
I Can See is the theme that gives name to this ep and gives off a lot of energy. Rhythms and sound in the purest House style, with that elegant sound updated that characterizes Miguel Pose.
Shine is composed in the same line and leaves nothing to be desired. A lot of strength concentrated in this track that makes people dance whenever we put it in any event. Checked!
With this ep we open a new season of releases. Miguel will surprise us in a few months with a new ep and more artists are waiting to release their references.
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Alberto Segador – Only Night (GRML016)

Alberto Segador – Only Night (GRML016)

Only Night is the album with which Alberto Segador makes his debut in our house. Two very personal Themes for the number sixteen Guerrilla Records reference. Fun and very danceable sound with character and punch.
Samples taken from classic vinyl scratch and deep basses make both Themes. Two long tracks ideal for progressive mixtures.
With this reference we begin a new series of artworks more real, organic and according with our current preferences.

Matt Correa – Wake Up (GRML008)

Matt Correa – Wake Up (GRML008)

On Guerrilla Records were craving this time of year and there’s nothing we like more than a sunset on the beach with electronic background music.
The eighth reference of Guerrilla Records meets our requirements to 100% as it is perfect for this time of transition between the afternoon and evening.
Deep House in pure state by the hand of Matt Correa. As always, a strong base with a forceful bass, this time accompanied by hypnotic character Pads and acids backgrounds which provide such a dark twist on track to midnight.
The original version is followed by versions of Wilzig and Aitor Dj Bee, faithful to the style with his remixes, bringing character and their own point of view on this single.