Soundfront Underground Radio Program.
Soundfront Underground is a 2 hour electronic radio program which travels in available FM/internet airspace currently reaching 3 million listeners and growing. It is a public service for the global community with interviews of artists/DJ/Producers in each hour and a mix of a variety of dance music.
Sapphirecut is not a PR company and does not charge or discriminate on this show. A wide variety of sounds have been included to date from Ferry Corsten, James Holden, Steve Porter, Omid 16B, Chris Fortier, Frankie Bones, Infusion, Kirsty Hawkshaw, Tom Stefan, Gemini Wolf, Pole Folder, King Britt, John Bourke, The Kandywhales, Justin Paul, Saeed Younan, Murray Richardson, Behrouz, Solvent, Gavin Keitel, Geogg Gains, Pete Moss, Nigel Richards, etc ...it is about bringing the sound Together.
Week of 1/21/2008
1.Sapphirecut;Together(Omid 16B Remix) Twisted records
2.Armada Grooves;Love Sweet Sound(Radioedit) Strictly Rhythm records
3.Mike Hiratzka and Dfuse;Perfection(Club Mix) Lost Angeles records
4.Sandy Rivera;Haze freak(Original) Strictly Rhythm Records
5.Armin Van Buuren ft. Susana;If You Should Go from Universal Religion 2008 Armada and Ultra records
6.Paul Oakenfold ft. Brittany Murphy;Faster Kill Pussycat Perfecto records
7.Turk Dawn;Barrent Blue(Marnix Presents Monagata Mix)
9.Kill Hannah;Crazy(John Bourke Mix) www.myspace.com/johnbourke
10.Pet Shop Boys;Integral Sony records
12.Tiesto ft. Maxi Jaxx;Dance for Life
14.David Lara;Bounty from Solar Recordings Digital
1.Massi & De León feat Breathwite;Show You(Tony Moran Cha Cha Mix)
2.Pet Shop Boys;I'm With Stupid(Album Version)
3.Carlos Legaz and Spider;Angels Stereo Records www.stereoproductions.com from DJ Chus's 2007 Balearica CD
4.Gabriel and Dresden ft. Jan Burton;Enemy Organized Nature
5.DJ Chus and David Gelderblom;Burning Paris(Deep and Suga Keep It Underground Remix)Stereo Records www.stereoproductions.com from DJ Chus's 2007 Balearica CD
6.Madonna;Jump(Jr.Sanchez Remix) Maverick
7.Burufunk;Serenity(Radioedit) Undermine records
8.Kyau and Albert;7 Skies Euphonic Records
9.Doppler Effect;Beauty Lies in the Deep from Ferry Corsten's Passport to the United States CD Ultra Records
10.Second Sun with Cedric Gervais;Halfway Love from Cedric Gervais's Experiment CD Ultra records
11.Retrobyte;Going Down(Mike Hiratzka remix) Undermine Records
12.Sapphirecut;There's a Reason(Jake Knights with Sapphirecut Mix) Our Soundfront Publications
13.Jose Padillo;Audios Ayer(Paul Daley Mix) from Balance 012 as mixed by Lee Burridge EQ Recordings
Show from the Week of 1/21/2008
Groove Armada first formed in the mid-1990s after they had been introduced by Cato’s girlfriend and soon started their own club, also called Groove Armada, after a 70’s discotheque.
By 1997 they had released a few singles including "4 Tune Cookie" and the song that first brought them minor fame, "At The River", which sampled "Old Cape Cod" by Patti Page. The song has gone on to be one of Groove Armada’s most well-known tracks and has since been found on numerous chill out compilations.
Their first album Northern Star was released in 1998, and was followed by their second album Vertigo in 1999, which had a more mainstream and more 'polished' sound, thus making the British chart's upper 20 and being certified silver in the UK. It also included "At The River" which was re-released as a full-fledged single. An album of remixed tracks from Vertigo entitled The Remixes followed in 2000, along with their contribution to the Back To Mine series.
Their next studio album Goodbye Country: Hello Nightclub was released in 2001, and as its title suggests marked a move away from chill out to more upbeat music - as demonstrated by the Grammy nominated single "Superstylin'". Another mix album followed, this time for the Another Late Night series and in 2002, less than a year after Goodbye Country, Hello Nightclub, Groove Armada produced Lovebox, which included a variety of genres and was noticeably sassy and brought a new type of funk to Groove Armada. Some tracks had a rock element to them such as "Madder", while others were closer to their traditional house, such as the title track "Lovebox", and "Remember", which has vocals made up entirely of samples of Sandy Denny's singing for Fairport Convention. An additional 'bonus' track was later released on their website entitled 'Fairport'.
A Greatest Hits album appeared in 2004, the last of their releases with Pepper Records, before their latest studio album Soundboy Rock, was released in 2007. The album, marked a notable departure from the multi-genre influenced previous album, featuring tracks such as "Get Down", "Groove Extracts" which follow the current UK trend of electric hard-house with rock elements and "Song 4 Mutya (Out of Control)" featuring the vocals of ex-Sugababes singer Mutya Buena, hailed by online music guide Popjustice as one of the best songs of 2007.
Following the successful Soundboy Rock singles, an updated best-of set titled Greatest Hits was released in November 2007. This is accompanied by a GA10: 10 Year Story, a 2CD rarities collection released in November 2007 to celebrate their tenth anniversary as a band. The band have talked in-depth about the compilation of the 2 cds, and cited it as an "emotional experience", selecting their personal favourite songs and mixes from their history.
GA10 – 10 Year Story, is the latest release from Groove Armada, a retrospective double CD celebration of some of Groove Armada’s finest moments with one uptempo and one downtempo. Spanning the whole of their 10 year career, GA10 has been lovingly assembled by Andy and Tom and brings together rarities, previously un-released material and personal favourites.