30 April 2009
Spencer & Hill are an electro house duo from Germany, a country which seems to be doing pretty well for itself in terms of this genre being the home of production giants like Klaas, Dabruck & Klein, Boys Noize, etc. They make really epic sounding stuff, similar to the sound of Klaas' remix of Infinity but with different synths. It's the kind of music that just makes you feel triumphant as hell. I apologize for the large amount of songs in this post, but I promise that if you like any one of these, you'll like them all. I AM, however, leaving out their more progressive tracks, as their not as good as their electro stuff, they sound like a Lady Gaga that I'd listen to. Also, due to the number of tracks, there's a good chance that I made a bad link, so please let me know so I can fix it.
Young Love (Dub Mix) - Spencer & Hill
This is truly an epic track. Really catchy chords, perfect for a giant room or outdoor festival.
Shoes (Spencer & Hill Remix) - Tiga
Knowing what the original sounds like, all I can say is wow.
Freeloader (Spencer & Hill Remix) - Dave Darell
So Dance (Club Mix) - Spencer & Hill
This track is more electro, more sidechain, harder hitting, incredibly satisying, despite its poppy buildup. Maybe my favorite.
Most Wanted (Original Mix) - Spencer & Hill
Rave rave rave.
Flat (Dub Mix) - Spencer & Hill
Secret Lover (Spencer & Hill Remix) - Private
One of their more progressive tracks that I really enjoy, as it drops into pure electro house.
For An Angel (Spencer & Hill Mix) - Paul Van Dyk
One Stop Love (Spencer & Hill Remix) - S And H Project
Shine On (Spencer & Hill Remix) - R.I.O.
Same style as their other more epic tracks, but doesn't stand out as much.
Disco Lies (Spencer & Hill Remix) - Moby
This one, however, does.
What Hurts The Most (Spencer & Hill Dub) - Cascada
They remix their fellow countrywoman, and do an incredible job chopping her vocals.
Return Of The Mack 2009 (Spencer & Hill Remix) - Mack