Milk & Sugar 5 Tracks of the Moment

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Milk & Sugar — the Munich-based DJ/producer house music duo comprised of Mike Kay and Steven Harding — recently dipped into their label’s catalog and asked Italian hotshots Brokenears to re-imagine their “House Dimension” track featuring Chicago house stalwart Ron Carroll on the mic. The original version of “House Dimensions” first appeared on 2017’s 20 Years Of Milk & Sugar. With the remix finally out and creating lots of buzz, we caught up with the twosome and asked them to share five tracks that are currently rocking their socially distanced world.

1. Mattei & Omich ft. Ella – I Remember (Babert Remix) (Milk & Sugar Recordings)  

This is a really cool Italian collaboration that came out on our label recently. Babert casts total magic on Mattei & Omich’s groovy original track.

2. Gettoblaster – “HOUSE” ft. Missy (Original Mix) (Superfett)
This is a huge new track from Nhan Solo’s imprint, Superfett. It’s a brilliant ode to the genre we love!

3. Floorplan – Right There (Extended Mix) – (Classic)
Floorplan is a project from Detroit pioneer Robert Hood. We really love his work. He’s since welcomed his daughter, Lyric, into the fold and the pair have been delivering some really high-quality tunes. This is their most recent release!

4. Brokenears – Give It to Me (Extended Mix) (House ‘N Chips)
We’ve recently collaborated with Brokenears on our most recent track, but the Italian duo is also releasing a really hot new EP, which is coming out on the fresh new label, House ‘N Chips.

5. Milk & Sugar feat. Ron Carroll – House Dimension (Brokenears Remix) – (Milk & Sugar)
And how could we not include our new track? Brokenears have remixed “House Dimension,” a track we released a few years back. We love the way they’ve used Ron Carroll’s vocal in this remix. Make no mistake, this is real house!”

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