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DJS: MOST CHARTED - DEEP HOUSE - MOST CHARTED IN JUNE 2015

Djs: Most Charted - Deep House

Djs: Most Charted - Deep House

DJS: MOST CHARTED - DEEP HOUSE - MOST CHARTED IN JUNE 2015
6 Jul 2015
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Cat: MCDE 1213. Rel: 22 Jun 15
Deep House
  1. Bermuda (6:31)
  2. New Paradise (6:48)
Review: Last year, Melbourne's Harvey Sutherland signaled his arrival in emphatic fashion with the acclaimed Brothers EP for Voyage Recordings - a sumptuous, soul-flecked EP of boogie-influenced deep house. Here, he continues to impress with a superb double A-side for Dani Plessow's MCDE imprint. "Bermuda" is deliciously warm and summery, with jaunty boogie synths and cascading chords riding a smooth, shuffling deep house groove. "New Paradise" works the same formula hard, with dreamy, held-note chords and bubbly synthesizer melodies wrapping themselves around loose, analogue-sounding percussion and a rich bassline. If there were any doubts about his talents moving forward, this should dispel them. Clearly, Sutherland is here to stay.
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Thirstin'  (1 per customer)
Cat: FT 029. Rel: 06 Jul 15
Deep House
  1. Thirstin' (5:41)
  2. Atmosphere (6:16)
Review: Not content with providing us with the tune of summer 14 - the Mood Hut released "Something (On My Mind)" - Jack Jutson has only gone and done it again on his Future Times debut. "Thirstin" is every bit as likeable as its' esteemed predecessor, delivering a subtly sun-kissed blend of loose, delay-laden deep house percussion, rich Rhodes chords and yearning vocals. Truly, it's magical - the kind of warm, evocative fare that will still be getting rotations decades from now. Flipside "Atmosphere", an instrumental cut built around jazzy drums, live disco bass and brilliant eyes-closed piano solos, is almost as good. Clearly, the Pender Street Steppers man is one serious talent.
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Cat: SOUNDSTREAM 07. Rel: 25 May 20
Deep House
  1. Bass Affairs (7:24)
  2. Sweep Magic (5:41)
  3. Starstrike (7:01)
Review: Well, here's something to raise the spirits: a first new 12" from Frank Timm's Sound Stream alias for three years. Those familiar with the German producer's work will know exactly what to expect, namely delicious disco house cut-ups that turn selected loops from largely forgotten gems into insatiable dancefloor gold. A-side "Bass Affairs" is particularly good, delivering a perfect blend of sun-kissed Brazilian guitars, rubbery slap bass loops and lilting Rhodes chords (all accompanied, of course, by thunderous kick drums). There's a more traditional disco-house feel about the filter-heavy "Sweep Magic", while "Starstrike" is a throbbing, stripped back affair that makes great use of looped-up bass guitars.
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Cat: SS 054. Rel: 11 May 15
Deep House
  1. Adam Rock Dissed!! (4:35)
  2. Moths In Wallets (feat Mr Mensah) (5:06)
  3. Backchat For Toprock (5:12)
Review: Dego and Kaidi on Sound Signature whut???? Here's a partnership that makes perfect sense! The West London legends bring their signature blend of soul and brukked up grit to Theo Parrish's label across three stellar cuts resulting in a 12" that will remain long in the box. Lead track "Adam Rock Dissed" sets the tone, gliding out of the grooves with impeccably placed drums snapping away loosely as Kaidi lets loose with his magical fingers on keys. Next up, "Moths In Wallets" rolls forward and fat on a lazy breakbeat with the vibe enhanced by the low bass rumble and rich, rich keys. This might be our favourite cut on the 12" though B-side production "Backchat for Toprock" runs it close. Live drums get ripped up hard, rocking to their own broken step as Dego and Kaidi slowly tease out some heart wrenching chords amidst a flurry of heavy piano. The masters are in session, pay attention!
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Cat: SIS-EUPH-LP. Rel: 18 May 15
Deep House
  1. A Detroit State Of Mind (5:04)
  2. Distr5th (6:43)
  3. Escapism (6:51)
  4. Hysteria (6:35)
  5. Euphonium (ETA dub) (6:46)
  6. They Walk The Earth (7:26)
  7. The Dark Dance (ETA mix) (5:51)
  8. Sync Deeper (2:21)
  9. Music Therepy (part 2) (6:21)
Review: Somewhat surprisingly, this is veteran Detroiter Patrice Scott's debut album. He's been releasing admirably melodic blends of deep house and techno since 2006, but this is the first time he's attempted to fill a full-length release. Euphonium is predictably enjoyable, with audible nods to pioneers of both genres - Ron Hardy, Ron Trent, Derrick May, Juan Atkins and Larry Heard in particular - and a range of tracks that ripple with far-sighted chords, sci-fi tinged rhythms, and an almost tactile feel. While mostly focused on dancefloor material, there are occasional downtempo excursions (see "A Detroit State of Mind" and "Sync Deeper"). These help give the album balance, while emphasizing Scott's love of mood and melody.
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Cat: SLPVNL 003. Rel: 06 Jul 15
Deep House
  1. Beyond Calais (9:17)
  2. Feva (original) (8:07)
  3. Feva (Anaxander remix) (6:29)
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Cat: HPTY 004. Rel: 08 Jun 15
Deep House
  1. Uv (6:02)
  2. Kreuzberg (5:49)
  3. Empty (4:27)
  4. Qwa (7:56)
  5. Nina Dub (feat King Shorty) (8:00)
  6. Roba Rouge (feat TDJ Jazz Outfit) (5:35)
  7. Let You End (feat Niko Marks) (6:38)
Review: Having earned a solid reputation via well-regarded EPs on Delsin and HPTY, Finnish mystery man Trevor Deep Jr returns to the latter to deliver a debut album some four years in the making. Seemingly inspired by the twin attractions of early Chicago deep house and the stargazing futurism of Detroit, the limited, hand-numbered TDJ is packed with melodious, analogue-rich workouts. While the A-side sticks largely to his usual deep house fare, he successfully mixes things up a little on the flip. Check, for example, the dub house/deep techno fusion of King Sporty hook-up "Nina Dub", the sweet, lilting, live nu-jazz of "Roba Rouge", and the yearning downtempo soul of "Let You End", featuring the luscious vocals of Niko Marks.
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Cat: PP 010. Rel: 01 Jun 15
Deep House
  1. Hyper-Realised-Self (6:17)
  2. Jumpin' Off Into The Sea Of Your Love (5:20)
Review: Bell Towers has become Public Possession's go-to man, releasing a trio of singles on the Munich imprint throughout 2014. The Hyper-Realised EP continues this productive partnership, delivering two more slices of kaleidoscopic, melodious house to heighten the senses. "Hyper-Realised Self" sets the tone, delivering the kind of enveloping, melodious, cheery deep house jam that sounds like Pender Street Steppers after fistfuls of prescription anti-depressants. "Jumpin' Off Into The Sea Of Your Love" is similarly happy, with the Aussie producer layering chiming melodies over dreamy chords and a tactile groove and sensual synth-bass. Both tracks are wonderfully chipper, and sound tailor-made for sun-soaked outdoor parties.
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Cat: MSN 015. Rel: 11 May 15
Deep House
  1. Little Chan (6:19)
  2. The Stoop (6:44)
  3. Stand Your Ground (6:26)
  4. Emotional Rescue (6:07)
Review: Having started the year with a mix CD and two samplers celebrating their roots as an acclaimed New York party, Mister Saturday Night returns to the business of building up the label's already impressive catalogue. This time, former Rush Hour associate Nebraska is at the controls. Stand Your Ground is unwaveringly positive throughout, delivering a range of cheery, dancefloor-focused cuts. There's some deliciously summery deep house in the shape of "Little Chan" (check out the superb pianos and acid tweaks), while "The Stoop" is a low-slung chugger built around killer jazz samples. The slower "Stand Your Ground" is nothing less than a slow-motion rush - all positive electronics and twittering melodies - while closer "Emotional Rescue" is a horn-toting romp through peaktime disco house.
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Cat: PND 12. Rel: 27 Apr 15
Deep House
  1. Dirty South Dirt (5:35)
  2. Dirty South Dirt (String version) (5:18)
  3. Late Night Theme (7:27)
  4. Work Them Dub (4:47)
Review: YES! We hadn't heard anything from Detroit's Kai Alce in a while so it's an absolute joy to see him back on our shelves and doing what he does best. This, of course, is a reissue of the "Dirty South Dirt" anthem that came out as a 7" on Omar S' FXHE label a while back but it hasn't been around for a while and some of us still hadn't picked up this absolute gem! Slow-building percussion and funky yet minimal melodies make up the track, and you also get a string-heavy version, too! On the flip, you have "Late Night Theme" and the bumpy "Work The Dub" to swing you from side to side. Highly recommended and downright essential.
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Cat: HGHLFWS 02. Rel: 08 Jun 15
Deep House
  1. Sarabi - "Kokos Vibration" (Esa extended mix) (6:34)
  2. Sarabi - "Fire" (Sam Jones mix) (6:03)
  3. Makadem - "Salaam" (extended mix) (7:51)
Review: The Highlife World series project is the product of Auntie Flo and Esa William's collaborations in the studio. After the previous Cuba chapter comes the present Kenya release, and in case you didn't know, all proceeds from the sales will be returned to the respective countries to fund further music-making. All in all, you get to buy beautiful electronic music and help at the same time, a bargain! Esa reworks gorgeous African rhythms by Sarabi, along with Sam Jones, while Makadem comes through with the charming chimes of "Salaam". Lovely stuff.
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Cat: FR 202. Rel: 11 May 15
Deep House
  1. Figure Of Speech (6:27)
  2. Victoria's Secret (6:49)
  3. Live At The Cosmic Carnival
Review: Amsterdam's Detroit Swindle duo pair up and land back on Jimpster's Freerange imprint...and you know that means swinging, dusty house grooves for all! The title track "Figure Of Speech" is a pleasant, beautifully Detroitified house swayer featuring some heavy chord action, and "Victoria's Secret" adds a further layer of beat-swing around cheery melodies for the summer haze. Flip the disc and you got "Live At The Cosmic Carnival", a disco-fuelled house anthem and another floor-filler to fill Swindle's ever-impressive catalogue.
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Cat: WAT 001. Rel: 01 Jun 15
Deep House
  1. Thank U Jay (5:58)
  2. Anything With A Moonroof (7:25)
Review: After seriously impressing with output for Sound Signature, NDATL, Wild Oats, and Apron, Jay Daniel resurfaces with his own dedicated label Watusi High. With a title like School Dance, its little surprise that Daniel seems to be playing on his relative lack of years - the centre label also features a sketch of him as a youngster. There's little you could say is immature about A-side "Thank You Jay", though; a typically sparse affair built around dusty but bumpin' grooves, leisurely electronics and a brilliant synth bassline. "Anything With A Moonroof" is arguably even dustier, with freshly baked chords - ludicrously deep, even by his high standards - riding a jazz-flecked drum machine groove.
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Cat: TARTALB 005. Rel: 25 May 15
Deep House
  1. Goneville (with Max Graef) (3:24)
  2. Computerkiller (4:55)
  3. Throwback (album cut) (4:37)
  4. Shit Iz Real (1:00)
  5. Forgotten Intro (4 My Peeps) (3:12)
  6. Bochum (with IMYRMIND) (4:26)
  7. You Can't Groove (4:22)
  8. To The Beat Interloot (0:48)
  9. Still Shining (3:09)
  10. Kilometer Disco (with Max Graef) (4:46)
  11. Odland (2:45)
  12. One For Viktor (4:37)
  13. Long Live Human (One For Sveta) (2:43)
  14. A Bit Warmer (5:42)
  15. Brother T (Greetings To Rasho) (1:28)
Review: Glenn Astro drops his debut album on Denmark's Tartelet Records - home to the likes of Brandt Brauer Frick and Kenton Slash Demon - and it's a certified winner from start to finish, incorporating many different styles and influences. The opener "Goneville" features Max Graef and sounds like a J Dilla track being played by jazz instrumentalists, while "Shit Iz Real" reminds us more of the early 90's NY sound a-la KRS1. There's also more experimentally-edged numbers such as "You Can't Groove", tracks which allow this LP to not be categorised under one genre and sound very special, indeed...
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Cat: HEIST 010. Rel: 25 May 15
Deep House
  1. Kill Frenzy (5:58)
  2. Lefty's Bar (5:55)
  3. Ken Sent Me (6:09)
Review: Daniel Leseman and Hans 'Junktion' Peeman first joined forces under the Fouk moniker late last year, delivering an impressive debut EP, First Things First, that skillfully combined the former's jazz-tinged rhythms with the latter's smooth deep house nous. There are plenty more reasons to be cheerful on this debut for Detroit Swindle's Heist Recordings imprint, not least the driving bass, jaunty jazz samples and warm chords of "Kill Frenzy". There's even more soul present on the loose house beats, glassy-eyed vocal samples and rich textures of "Leftys Bar", while "Ken Sent Me Release" is as woozy, wavy and dreamy as you'd expect. Soothing stuff, all told.
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Cat: BSR 004. Rel: 01 Jun 15
Deep House
  1. DJ Fett Burger & Jayda G - "Velvet Vortex" (Steel D Flanger mix) (6:12)
  2. Sleep D - "Velvet Vortex" (Rainforest version) (6:23)
  3. Sleep D - "Velvet Vortex" (Bud dub) (4:59)
Review: The latest 12" from Australia's fast-rising Butter Sessions imprint is a truly pan-global affair, featuring Vancouver producer Jayda G, globetrotting Sex Tags man DJ Fett Burger, and Melbourne-based label bosses Sleep D on the remix. In many ways, the opening "Steel D Flanger Mix" delivers what you'd expect to hear, with synthesized panpipes and a bustling bassline riding an endless wave of dense, tropical house percussion. Sleep D go smoother and more starry on their decidedly intergalactic - and oh-so alluring - Rainforest Version, before rounding off proceedings with a typically Sex Tags-like chunk of ultra-deep, ultra-sparse dub house. Given the talent involved, it's no surprise that Velvet Vortex is ace.
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Cat: SM12 007. Rel: 01 Jun 15
Deep House
  1. Under (7:04)
  2. ReThink (6:36)
  3. You Are (5:28)
  4. Dream Of You (2:44)
  5. Kofi & Cream (5:19)
Review: Iain Mann dons his Mannmademusic alias for another adventure in straight up house business, scoring a second release on the Shadeleaf Music label in the process! As with his previous outing on Shadeleaf, Mann is in no mood to fool around on Night Stories. There's five deep and funky house cuts on here, starting with the instantly seductive bassline of "Under" and ending with "Kofi & Cream", a tune which reminds us of Kyle Hall's early output and that would go down a storm in any DJ set. Quality house music for the aficionados.
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Cat: GCWLP 01V. Rel: 01 Jun 15
Deep House
  1. Amber Light Burns (7:10)
  2. Beyond The Sapphire Surf (3:46)
  3. Cloud Feeling (4:40)
  4. Dots On The Skyline (5:35)
  5. Future Adventures (5:20)
  6. Lift Off (8:10)
  7. Paxton Fettel & Takuya Matsumoto - "Afloat On A Sea Of Nothing" (5:21)
  8. Solitary Returns (4:02)
Review: Paxton Fettel is a Danish producer whose been crafting a sound that falls somewhere between the drum machine and melodious sounds of Smallville's records and the convivial and classical tones of what can be heard in Giegling's music. Following 12"s for Greta Cottage Workshop and Barcelona's Apersonal Music, Paxton Fettel's debut album returns to the UK for a release on Matt Densham flourishing label. You'll find whimsical, summery house vibes on album opener "Amber Light Burns", while tones are slightly colder but equally heartfelt on "Afloat On A Sea Of Nothing", made with Iero artist Takuya Matsumoto. The mood gets deeper while offset by the slapped-out bass-funk of "Beyond The Sapphire Surf", and for a dalliance in instrumental hip hop tempos check out "Future Adventures".
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Cat: DMT 04. Rel: 01 Jan 17
Deep House
  1. Sidewalkin'
  2. Yeah
  3. Do It
Review: Dungeon Meat are back with a bang and start 2015 with a mighty slam of the hammer . The 4th EP to come from the dungeons and a special one as the boys enlist one of their long time inspirations POINT G aka DJ Gregory to deliver his first ep for the label . This heavy 3 track collection marks the first collaboration between the Parisian don and Leeds' finest beat butchers . An alliance that will have fans of both artists hot under the collar . DM are very honoured to be the first label outside of POINT G's own imprints to release a full ep from him. Here POINT G delivers a selection of his trademark stripped back club bangers ready to do the damage on any dance floor . If this is a taste of things to come then we can't wait to hear what is served up in the near future from this united force.
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Cat: ADV 3. Rel: 08 Jun 15
Deep House
  1. Ghosts (7:41)
  2. Sly Dub (5:09)
  3. Sly (5:58)
  4. Ghost Dub (6:50)
Review: The Adesse Versions project has previously given us superb re-edits, remixes and re-makes of tunes from Photek, Mikey Dread, Madonna and Vikter Duplaix. Here he once again mines the past, delivering dancefloor interpretations (available in Dub and vocal forms) of cuts from Japan and Massive Attack. The two versions of the former's tearjerker "Ghosts" stick to the feel of the original, turning them into moody, atmospheric, stretched out and dub-wise deep house cuts with serious dancefloor potential. "Sly" sounds like a speeded-up version of Trevor Jackson's Underdog remix with added house swing and delay-laden vocal cuts. It's actually rather good, and impeccably executed as always.
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Cat: SPMB 009. Rel: 15 Jun 15
Deep House
  1. AM (6:03)
  2. PM (6:53)
  3. FM (6:29)
  4. CM (6:49)
Review: FP197 is one of Fred P's - otherwise known as Black Jazz Consortium - newer aliases, shifting his usually laid-back approach into odder, more molecular shapes. "AM" and "PM", however, are still totally Fred P cuts, with the artist's familiar style shining through on both the percussion and mellow layers of ambience locked tight within the groove. On the B-side, "FM" and "CM" slither their way and bounce off the walls with utter ease; the Boards series continues to develop and evolve into one of Fred P's finest projects yet. These cuts are hard, don't miss 'em!
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Cat: LT 060. Rel: 29 Jun 15
Deep House
  1. The Rainbow Song (7:18)
  2. The Rainbow Song (S3A Broken SSL remix) (5:40)
Review: Following a surprise outing on House of Disco, Ludovic Llorca returns to Local Talk for the first time since 2013's much played The Same Thing EP. In its' original form, The Rainbow Song is a near perfect example of Llorca's particular brand of deep house - all stretched-out chords, a bustling bassline, tough but shuffling beats, cute cowbells and bluesy vocal samples. It sounds like an underground summer anthem in waiting. There's more of a funk-flecked urgency about the excellent S3A Broken STL Remix, which introduces further vocal samples and, arguably, an even more addictive groove. Certainly, it feels a little wilder than the original, whilst retaining Llorca's unique deep house perspective.
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Cat: PSC 006. Rel: 29 Jun 15
Deep House
  1. M5K - "Phase Em Out" (3:55)
  2. Snacks - "Between You & Me" (5:41)
  3. Woodcut - "The Projects" (7:36)
  4. Woodcut - "The Projects" (Hulk Hodn aka Hodini remix) (5:32)
  5. Funkyjaws - "Burr" (8:19)
Review: Austria's Pusic Records have been quietly pushing their sound for the last two years thanks to a variety of their local talent. For this latest instalment, number six in the series, we have MK5 who lays down a laid-back electro-leaning jam on "Phase Em Out", Snacks and the piano-led house jerker that is "Between You & Me", Woodcut's booming and head-strong "The Project" - which is followed by a more glitch and minimal remix from Hodini - and the more disco-friendly "Burr" by Funkyjaws. Quite the package over here!
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DJ SOTOFETT/VARIOUS
Cat: HJP 074. Rel: 24 Aug 15
Deep House
  1. DJ Sotofett & Jaakko Eino Kalevi - "Ibiza" (with Thomas Paleo's Buddy Mende - dub) (5:24)
  2. DJ Sotofett & Jaakko Eino Kalevi - "Main Bar" (mix) (7:30)
  3. DJ Sotofett & Phillip Lauer - "Space" (feat Jeks - dub) (4:52)
  4. DJ Sotofett & Phillip Lauer - "Nimbus" (feat Jeks - mix) (8:58)
  5. DJ Sotofett & Phillip Lauer - "Spaced" (feat Jeks - outro) (1:49)
  6. DJ Sotofett & Karolin Tampere - "Nondo" (feat Maimouna Haugen) (6:09)
  7. DJ Sotofett & Karolin Tampere - "Nondo" (feat Maimouna Haugen - riddimix) (4:01)
  8. DJ Sotofett & Gilb'R - "Drippin for 97" (mix) (5:41)
  9. DJ Sotofett & Gilb'R - "97" (riddim run) (3:50)
  10. DJ Sotofett & Gilb'R - "97" (outro) (1:55)
Review: Serial collaborator DJ Sotofett pops up on Honest Jon's with a typically excellent doublepack built around a quartet of studio hook-ups. Aside from Versatile boss Gilb'r (here lending a helping hand on some African-influenced ambient house), most of the collaborators are new additions to the eccentric Norwegian's out-there audio universe. The two tracks with Phillip Lauer and JKS - an intergalactic ambient affair and a chunk of early Fila Brazillia style deep house - are particularly potent, while there's something deliciously warm and evocative about the Norwegian's explorations with Finn Jaakko Eino Kalevi. Best of all, though, are the two tracks with African vocalists Karlolin Tampere and Maimouna Haugen; "Nondo Riddimix", which boasts deliciously dense drums and sparse, exotic melodies, is arguably the highlight.
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Cat: WAKEUP 005. Rel: 25 May 15
Deep House
  1. Move D - "EPMNTAX" (6:06)
  2. Move D - "Eastman" (6:34)
  3. Benjamin Brunn - "Da Hulk" (feat CT Fletcher) (4:44)
  4. Benjamin Brunn - "For D K" (6:20)
Review: Oh yes! House legend Move D teams up once again with Smallville's Benjamin Brunn for the Wake Up's label fifth outing and it's a two-track affair from each artist. Move D delivers a sleepy, hazy deep house cut on "EPMTAX" and a more uplifting, piano-led number in the shape of "Eastman". Flip the 12" over, and you got Brunn's "Da Hulk", a rolling broken-beat house swinger with one mean low-end, and the dusty, lo-fi chug of "For D K".... true corner vibes throughout!
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Cat: DOG 47. Rel: 22 Jun 15
Deep House
  1. Walk (6:10)
  2. Walk (Soulphiction remix) (6:19)
  3. I On You (6:12)
Review: Delusions Of Grandeur have been relatively quiet on the release front this year, but they're back with a bang thanks to this latest collaborative effort from Dan Shake and Medlar. The former has gotten a name thanks to being the first non-Detroiter on Moodymann's Mahogani Music, while the latter has been pushing his disco-friendly take on house music largely via the Wolf Music imprint. They got two cuts on here, the first one being a boogie-leaning, hazy summer club jam in the form of "Walk", and the second one a jazzier affair with plenty of soulful vocals and tribal drums called "I On You". Philpot bossman Soulphiction takes care of transforming "Walk" into a pot of filter-licking madness, where the percussion is stretched and freaked out further out into the ether compared to the original. What a package!
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  1. Mituo Shiomi - "Ready" (5:13)
  2. Appian - "Hekuba" (6:25)
  3. Alex Danilov - "Acid Love" (5:48)
  4. Taelue - "Pineal Gland" (7:08)
Review: The third installment of 'Silent Movie Sounds' series features music from four producers each delivering a different cut of deep, hypnotic music. Japanese artist Mituo Shiomi is a regular on Simoncino's HotMix Records. He kicks off the VA with a mesmerizing house track. Fresh from his EP on Fina Records, Detroit-based producer Appian contributes a thumping track to this 12". Russian producer Alex Danilov returns to RHR with a love story to acid. Last but not least, the Chicago-based co-owner of Perpetual Rhythms, Nick Marshall aka Taelue closes the EP with a deep and emotional track with a solid kick and smooth synth lines.
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  1. Owen Jay & Melchior Sultana - "Crossing Borders" (7:23)
  2. Lars Behrenroth - "Nature Doesn’t Distort" (7:00)
  3. Benedikt Frey - "Girl From Venus" (feat jonas.san) (9:11)
  4. Romeo C & Alhan G - "Unforgettable" (3:32)
Review: Benedikt Frey heads this latest offering from the Batti Batti label, teaming up with jonas.san for "Girl From Venus", which pair the former's signature raw drums with the latter's outtakes of muted trumpet. Complementing this, Batti Batti's own Owen Jay & Melchior Sultana lay down a typically deep atmospheric houser with a few twists and hidden melodies in the shape of title track "Tribal Roots" and the 12" is further embellished by productions from debutant Lars Behrenroth and Mexican duo Romeo C & Alhan G who have previously been featured on a digital Batti Batti release.
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