Musik Matters presents FRANCOIS K (NYC) @ Goldfish – Sat 9th June

After hosting the main stage at The Spice Ibiza festival and the side room at Bedrock with John Digweed, Musik Matters returns to Goldfish to bring you Francois K on Queens Birthday Long weekend.

Includes support from Our House Sydney DJ Phil Toke, Garry Todd
Matt Cahill, Ben Ashton and Alan Thomas.

Limited $30 tickets available from Resident Advisor at


CLASSIC NY DISCO,HOUSE: Todd Terry – Keep on Jumpin'(Tee’s Freeze Mix)

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In 1996, Todd Terry featuring Martha Wash & Jocelyn Brown‘s version of Keep on Jumpin reached number one on the Hot Dance Club Play. This version was house oriented and the more popular of the “Keep on Jumpin'” versions, based on strength and vocal ability of Wash and Brown alone. This was the first of two back-to- back number ones o

n Dance Club Play chart for this collaboration between the three artists; their follow-up, “Something Goin’ On (In Your Soul)“, reach number one in 1997.

12″ promo
  • A1 Keep On Jumpin’ (Tee’s Freeze Mix) (9:00)
  • A2 Keep On Jumpin’ (Tee’s JM Mix) (8:10)
  • B1 Keep On Jumpin’ (Ken Lou “Jumpin Pumpin” Mix) (6:40)
  • B2 Keep On Jumpin’ (Tee’s In-House Remix) (5:54)
  • B3 Keep On Jumpin’ (Diva’s At Work Acapella) (2:25)
12″ Rhythm masters remixes
  • A1 Keep On Jumpin’ (Rhythm Masters Vocal Mix) (6:16)
  • B1 Keep On Jumpin’ (Rhythm Masters Thumpin’ Mix) (6:22)
  • B2 Keep On Jumpin’ (Benji Candelario’s Key To Dub Mix) (6:09)
    Martha Wash in Sweden, at Gröna Lund in Stockholm

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CD Maxi
  • 1 Keep On Jumpin’ (Tee’s MT Freeze Radio) (4:02)
  • 2 Keep On Jumpin’ (Tee’s JM Radio One) (4:02)
  • 3 Keep On Jumpin’ (Tee’s Freeze Mix) (9:00)
  • 4 Keep On Jumpin’ (Tee’s JM Mix) (9:00)
  • 5 Keep On Jumpin’ (Ken Lou “Jumpin Pumpin” Mix) (6:40)
  • 6 Keep On Jumpin’ (Tee’s In-House Remix) (5:54)

Ce Ce Rogers – Someday ( Club Mix )


Originally released in 1987, “Someday” was an inspired collaboration between the raw driving house sound of Chicago legend Marshall Jefferson and the sweet, hauntingly soulful voice of CeCe Rogers. The result was the creation of a powerful political message highlighting the need for racial harmony in apartheid South Africa. The popularity of this beautiful piece of music has seen it ranked number 3 in MixMags‘s 100 Greatest Singles of All Time.





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