Michael Woods launches Ministry of Sound ‘Club Residents’ Series

By Ravi in DC Nightlife, DJ News, DJ's, EDM, EDM News
Saturday, March 12, 2011, 8:10pm. (Updated: 10/24/13 at 8:48pm) Add comments

Last October, London legends Ministry of Sound picked a group of new residents for their flagship venue. Now they’re furthering their drive to cultivate their talents and spread their reputation by launching a new Club Residents CD series, kicking off with Michael Woods’ effort on April 25th.

The big room house producer has already performed a residency for Cream Ibiza at Amnesia and received heavy support from Deadmau5 – featuring on his Mau5trap label and his UK tour. He has received remix requests for the likes of Kylie Minogue, Underworld, Martin Solveig, Estelle, P Diddy and Timbaland & Missy Elliot as well.

Tracklist:

1. Michael Woods – Front Line*
2. Michael Woods – First Aid
3. Michael Woods – What’s What*
4. Ginuwine Ft. Timbaland & Missy Elliot – Get Involved (Michael Woods Dub Mix)
5. Michael Woods – I Hate Love*
6. Michael Woods – Midnight Run
7. Martin Solveig – Hello (Michael Woods Remix)
8. Deadmau5 – I Said (Michael Woods Remix)
9. Chris Lake & Michael Woods – Dominoes
10. Michael Woods – Nitro
11. Michael Woods – Dropzone
12. Moguai – Oyster (Michael Woods Remix)
13. Michael Woods – No Access

14. Michael Woods – Dynamik
15. La Roux – In For The Kill (Michael Woods Remix)
* denotes exclusive unreleased track

Voted the 4th best club in the world in 2010, the Ministry of Sound is to dance music what Coca-cola is to soda. In an era when familiar clubbing institutions are still dropping like flies and custom-built, professionally run dance Meccas are notable only by absence, Ministry of Sound remains firmly planted.

The Box is pretty much the perfect warehouse space and the sound system and DJ booth are routinely described by the DJ elite as the best in the world. Ministry has got its programming as finely tuned as its production values these days. Whether it be the past-to-future techno sensibilities of Hi-Tek-Soul, Steve Lawler’s post-minimal VIVA sessions, The Gallery’s sell-out trance spectaculars, Toolroom Knights’ electronic house, the summer secretsundaze sessions or the increasingly on-point Saturday Sessions, it’s all top draw shizzle all the way – a point best proven by the recent acquisition of Richie Hawtin’s M-Nus to their party roster who was seduced by the system.

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