Review: Aze's reissues continue with this latest one from Janeret which actually only came out in early 2018 but sounds effortlessly timeless. "Neptune" gets underway with a far sighted cosmic deep house groove. The keys are soft, the drums delicious. "Abyss" then ups the pace, but stays just as silky and fluid with its rolling final drums and "Atlas" then just things up with a more punchy drum line and busy groove. The trip is completed with the superb "Odyssey", with frictionless drum rotations and balmy, bendy pads all proving irresistible. House music doesn't come more seductive and smooth than this.
Review: DJ Steaw and Gunnter's Rutilance Recordings has been going strong for a couple of years now. Their M.O.? Spreading the gospel of deep house, we'd guess! They're doing pretty well on that front then. Paris producer Janeret produces sexy music for night people. Fans of Dessous or Dogmatik should take note. First track on the A side "Heat" features a bouncy synth bassline and rich synth and pad tapestries reminiscent of UK legend Jimpster. "Straightaway" features uplifting organ stabs and a tough swing fuelled beat, perfect for those peak time moments. On the flip "Surge" keeps on with the uptempo vibe, injecting some vocals, razor sharp synth leads and that bass; so bouncy! Finally he throws us a right curveball with the liquid drum and bass of "Throb" summoning the spirit of LTJ Bukem, and damn well!
Review: Further proof of the current rude health of Paris's deep house scene arrives in the shape of another rock solid EP from prolific producer Mickael Jeanerret, AKA Janeret. The Bright E.P more than lives up to its' name, with the title track delivering a near perfect blend of bushy-eyed beats, ethereal pads, deep space riffs and fluttering, manipulated vocal samples. The EP's other original cut, "Rear", boasts similarly drifting chords, but also a tech-tinged beat pattern that's as bold and funky as they come. Rising star Varhat does a terrific job remixing "Bright", retaining Jeanerret's dub techno-inspired textures, whilst adding his own Syclops-inspired synth bassline.