tweek'd crobar takeover

Justin Kleinfeld ~ 2005 was quite a year for New Jersey-based house label Tweek’d Records. Led by the guidance of CEO Ralph Cedeno, Tweek’d bombarded the industry with over a dozen hit releases from some of the most respected producers in the business. Tweek’d tracks like TKC featuring Melanie S. “Reflections” and BPT “Moody” (Creamer & K / Saeed Younan Remixes) are in constant rotation at the world’s finest clubs and show no sign of letting up. Tweek’d Records is building on the momentum gained in the past year and has some amazing things lined up for 2006.

Tweek’d Records kicked off the New Year on January 21 with a mind blowing performance by That Kid Chris at New York City super club Crobar. That Kid Chris rocked a killer set that featured a slew of new tracks such as “Show U Love” and several other bombs from the Tweek’d catalogue slated for release this year (2006). However, the highlight of the night was the absolute devastation that hit the dancefloor when That Kid Chris dropped the Austin Leeds remix of DJ Rooster & Sammy Peralta’s “Move Your Body.” This is the kind of track club systems were made for and the crowd went absolutely crazy for the electro madness!

One of the tracks that made the Crobar event special - DJ Rooster & Sammy Peralta’s “Move Your Body” (The Remixes) are now available for purchase digitally on Beatport, and iTunes and through your favorite record shop for classic vinyl along with the very soon to be released newie from That Kid Chris “Show U Love”. Both projects continue the Tweek’d Records “more bang for your buck” attitude in that both releases are jam packed with remixes. DJ Rooster & Sammy Peralta’s “Move Your Body” (The Remixes) features no less than six remixes from the likes of Austin Leeds, Armand Pena, Eric Entrena, Danny Woo, DJ Gio and Tarot while That Kid Chris’ “Show U Love” features remixes from Jaimy (Fatal Music), Kemist and Joubin & Nicola. These remix packages run the full gamut of the Tweek’d Records sound from electro house to sizzling tribal stormers – it’s all here.

As we move on in the year be on the look out for more quality 12” releases and remixes, the labels first-ever mix CD releases and more great parties around the world. If you’ll be in Miami for the 2006 Winter Music Conference be sure to keep an eye out for the official Tweek’d Records party. More info coming soon!

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