Anthony Naples

April Roundup 2017

While the arrival of a new Kendrick Lamar album left us with slightly less time for club sounds this month, we still found some treasures during a little downti... >>

Anthony Naples – Us Mix

After a flurry of releases when he first broke out, Anthony Naples has slowed to a less hurried pace recently. Last year saw only a subtle two-tracker on Trilog... >>
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Anthony Naples – Body Pill

Why are most house tracks between five and ten minutes long? The simple answer is function: they’re made for dancing, and that means clubbers need time to get i... >>

January / February Roundup 2015

Two months into the new year and we're getting back into the swing of things here at White Noise HQ. Today we've got a roundup of the top tunes from 2015's ... >>

Best Tracks of 2014 – Part 1

Trends come and go, but good music is forever. While there are a great deal of unique producers who will always plough their own furrows, it’s interesting to ... >>

Best Tracks of 2013 – Part 1

While making this list, I couldn’t help but dwell on how inevitably arbitrary the order of year-end lists are. There are a number of problems facing a music s... >>

Best EPs of 2013

 It’s normal to round up the year’s best albums and tracks, but here at White Noise we like to pay a little attention to the EP format as well. While lacking th... >>
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Anthony Naples – P O T

After Anthony Naples emerged last year with his anthemic disco cut Mad Disrespect on Mister Saturday Night, it remained to be seen whether the Brookylnite’s tal... >>

Summer Sessions: House

To close out the summer, we have two bumper house playlists, full of instant classics and soulful melodies. The house session comes in two flavours: the peak pl... >>

Sun and Soul

Now that we're finally getting some real sun, there's no time like the present to share a couple of fresh  mixes featuring a load of the tracks that have been o... >>

March Roundup 2013

Here's White Noise's pick of the month's best tracks. Going from the biggest numbers through house, techno, and then the stranger corners of the dance spectrum,... >>