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Cat: VIS 245. Rel: 30 Sep 13
Deep House
  1. Holding Our Nick
  2. Holding Our Nick (Frits Wentink remix)
  3. Holding Our Nick (Locked Groove remix)
Review: Having carved out quite the reputation for themselves with their We Play House imprint and a successful turn on Delusions Of Grandeur, Red D and San Soda bring their heart-warming house styles to 20:20 Vision. "Holding Our Nick" stands proud atop a punchy bassline, keeping the track stripped back and funky without riding any one element too hard, dropping in some ice cold chord stabs at just the right time. Meanwhile Frits Wentink brings a spacious, dubby veneer to the track, filling in the sparse gaps with echoes and decays, and even working some cheeky additional drums and arpeggios into the mix. Locked Groove meanwhile heads for the more strung out side of a re-version, coming on all wistful and romantic in the process.
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Cat: WPH 015. Rel: 18 Jan 12
Deep House
  1. Used To Be
  2. Used To Be (instrumental)
  3. Back (instrumental)
  4. Back (Arto Mwambe remix)
Review: After FCL struck gold with "Let's Go" in 2010, the follow up release has a lot to step up to, but Red D and San Soda know their house onions better than most. The vocal mix of "Used To Be" is reminiscent of the best funky house from the mid-nineties, - all the elements work exquisitely - and the following tracks offer the EP some genuine diversity. "Back" fuses crisp beats with smooth, submerged keys, hitting the perfect tone with its employment of proto-garage swing and deep house ambience. Arto Mwambe's remix takes a typically psychedelic, organic angle, as muttering layers of percussion get busy with liberal brushstrokes of synths. Highly recommended.
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out of stock $7.84
It's You (12")
Cat: DFTD 394. Rel: 03 May 13
Deep House
  1. It's You (Mr Fingers Acid Jam vocal edit)
  2. It's You (Mr Fingers deep vocal mix)
  3. It's You (MK remix)
  4. It's You (Flashmob remix)
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Can We Try (limited 1-sided etched 12")
Cat: WPH 021.5. Rel: 05 Jul 14
Deep House
  1. Can We Try
Review: Given the runaway success of their 2013 anthem "It's You" (licensed by Defected after vinyl copies began changing hands for huge sums online), hopes are naturally high for this belated follow-up from Red D and San Soda's FCL project. "Can We Try" is nowhere near as potent as its predecessor, but is still a fine effort; certainly, plenty of house DJs will enjoy the bright-eyed combination of bleep-heavy electronics, surging analogue bass and Lady Linn's breathy vocal.
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Intérprete: Jimpster, FCL
out of stock $8.34
  1. FCL aka Nick Berlin & Max Erotic - "It Began In Belgium"
  2. Lauer aka LAUGIC System - "Planet Barty"
  3. Locked Groove aka Frank De Wolf - "El Rio Negro"
  4. Innershades aka Fatal Riot - "Massive Overdose"
Review: We Play House's Our Beat Is Still New series has been something of a soar-away success, introducing a new generation of DJs to the distinctive, heavily electronic midtempo pulse of Belgian new beat via a constant stream of tribute tracks from contemporary producers. Predictably, there's more to admire on this fourth and final 12", not least the bass-heavy throb and rubbery electronics of Locked Groove's tribute to Belgian new beat/techno legend Frank De Wulf, "El Rio Negro". Elsewhere, young rave revivalist Innershades drops the moody and intoxicating "Massive Overdose", while Lauer impresses with the winding synths, juddering drums and saucer-eyed pads of "Planet Barty". FCL's stomping "It Began in Belgium" - all cheap electronics and proto-acid tweakery - is also pretty darn good.
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Cherry Pie (12")
Cat: NDATL 018. Rel: 02 May 17
Deep House
  1. Cherry Pie (6:11)
  2. Cherry Pie (instrumental) (5:44)
  3. Cherry Pie (Jovonn BND remix) (6:32)
Review: Red D and San Soda's FCL project has previously scored a number of significant club hits, most of which dug deep in the crates for inspiration. There's a similarly retro feel about Lady Linn hook-up "Cherry Pie", which successfully fixes bold organ lines and short-but-sweet vocal snippets to a rolling, old school New Jersey house groove. Speaking of New Jersey, original NJ deep house producer Jovonn handles remix duties, delivering a warm, breezy, analogue-rich interpretation that drags the track closer to classic Nu Groove territory (think Bobby Konders, rather than the Burrell Brothers). It's a fittingly rich and melodious rework of a soon-to-be-popular club jam.
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Cat: DOG 22. Rel: 22 Oct 11
Deep House
  1. VFB - "Love Prescription" (original mix)
  2. VFB - "Love Prescription" (Dirt dub)
  3. FCL - "Matrix Plus"
  4. VFB - "Love Prescription" (accapella tool)
Review: ** Repress ** In the canon of twelve inches that require little in the way of additional prompting from the Juno review staff, the latest release from Delusions of Grandeur must surely rank high. Pairing We Play House duo FCL with VFB, the latest alias from Dani 'MCDE' Plessow proves to be a smart choice, securing Delusions perhaps their finest release to date! Love Prescription is nominally formed around three variations on the title track from Plessow's new VFB moniker (yet another smart ode to his hometown) introducing the yearning soulful tone of Stef Gustaph amidst a nicely stripped down take on house music which is perhaps best utilised on the bubbling Dirt Dub version. FCL appear on the flip with the masterful "Matrix Plus" full of bouncing rhythms and high rise chords dipped with Mr Fingers style emotion.
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  1. FCL - "More Than Seven" (5:31)
  2. DJ Longsleeve - "Ode Aan De Filosofie" (feat ITW) (7:19)
  3. Reggie Dokes - "Earth, Wind & Fire" (6:03)
  4. Luv Jam - "Grarf" (7:12)
Review: On this second 12" celebrating the label's tenth birthday, We Play House boss Red D has assembled a stellar line-up of sought-after and unreleased cuts. The EP begins with a second airing for FCL's Adonis-influenced, retro-futurist gem "More Than Seven" (first released back in 2010), before the previously unheard DJ Longsleeve bathes us in the soapy, relaxing waters of blissful deep house shuffler "Ode Aan De Filosofie". The quality threshold remains refreshingly high on side B, where Reggie Dokes' loose and positive piano house jam "Earth, Wind and Fire" is followed by the intergalactic, acid-fired pulse of Luv Jam's superb "Grarf".
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Intérprete: Luv*Jam
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Cat: WPHTEN 8. Rel: 02 Oct 18
Deep House
  1. The House Music Track (5:20)
  2. The House Music Track (Kai Alce Distinctive vocal remix) (6:33)
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Cat: WPH 025. Rel: 23 Sep 15
Deep House
  1. FCL - "Let's Go" (5:32)
  2. Ralph & Larry Houl - "Day By Day (Dynamodyse Snooze)" (5:26)
  3. San Soda - "Birdies That Fly" (5:10)
  4. San Soda - "Kaizen" (4:57)
Review: For reasons not fully explained, Belgian house sorts We Play House have decided to call a day on a number of their popular vinyl-only series. So, in an attempt to go out with a bang, they've gathered together some of their most in-demand cuts on one celebratory 12". So, there's a chance to get hold of FCL's triumphant "Let's Go" - a deliciously simple, organ-heavy tribute to classic US garage - and an opportunity to once again revel in the piano-heavy house revivalism of Ralph and Harry Houl's cheery "Day By Day (Dynamodyse Snooze)". Flip for two cuts from WPH mainstay San Soda; the bongo-laden grooves and eyes-closed piano flourishes of "Bridies That Fly", and the woozy, soul-flecked deep house jam "Kaizen".
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Cat: ITH 58EP. Rel: 09 Feb 15
Deep House
  1. FCL - "Behold" (6:54)
  2. The Track Addicts - "A Place Not 2 Far" (5:10)
  3. Jump Chico Slamm - "Feel Free" (5:24)
  4. Stacy Kidd - "How Bad I Want Ya" (feat Peven Everett - radio mix) (5:22)
Review: Last month saw Red D and San Soda join the select cast of DJs to contribute to Defected's signature In The House mix series with a fine Double CD set that saw the FCL pair each turn in a mix of currents and classics. The mandatory 12" sampler now arrives as a vinyl accoutrement with FCL's own contribution "Behold" augmented by three highlights of the CD mixes. Rich with soulful touches and deep house classicism, "Behold" is FCL laying down a fine chord driven production that is the epitome of dreamy. A classic from the late '90s canon of Nick Holder follows with the forthright Track Addicts cut "A Place Not 2 Far" whilst the B side holds some real heat from Jump Chico Slamm and the always welcome sight of Peven Everett's vocals lacing a house groove, in this case Stacy Kidd's "How Bad I Want Ya".
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WPH Summer Special 2013 (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: WPHSS 2013. Rel: 18 Sep 13
Deep House
  1. Kiani & His Legion - "Legions From The East"
  2. FCL - "It's You"
  3. Metrobox - "Soul Principessa"
  4. GL (Mr F rework)
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Cat: WPH SS2011. Rel: 14 Dec 11
Deep House
  1. Norken & Deer - "Shoot The Sun" (feat Kayela - Russ Gabriel remix)
  2. FCL - "Zelfspot"
  3. Nu Frequency - "Angel" (feat Maggie Reilly - Lemakuhlar & Red D remix)
  4. Maxim Lany - "Cuncambias" (Maxim rework)
Intérprete: HiRO
out of stock $9.09
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