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  1. Jordan Fields - "Excitement" (7:19)
  2. Leandre - "2gether" (7:00)
  3. Vincent Floyd - "Images Of Spring" (6:17)
  4. Norm Talley - "Detroit Dubz" (7:22)
Review: Here, Descendents of The Deep launches the From Chicago To Detroit series, bringing together a quartet of deep house tracks from Michigan and Illinois-based producers. Jordan Fields kicks things off with the electric piano-laden strut of the surprisingly trippy "Excitement", before Vincent Floyd offers up a masterclass in deep, New Jersey-influenced analogue deepness in the shape of "2gether". Flip for the wonderful blissfulness of Leandre's "Images of Spring" - think starry melodies from Detroit, coupled with the rolling swing of Chicago - and "Detroit Dubz", a killer exercise in spooky beatdown from Norm Talley and Mike Huckaby. With its' heavy, compressed bassline, creepy chords and reverb-laden textures, it sounds like it was tailor-made for Halloween.
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The Lafayette Park Project EP (limited hand-stamped 12")
Cat: POEM 010. Rel: 30 Nov 18
Deep House
  1. Rise Up (4:18)
  2. Do Yo Thing (4:09)
  3. Houzz Musiq (7:54)
  4. Worlds (5:24)
Review: Once again People of Earth gives us the dance floor goods and for their 10th release calls on Detroit legend Norm Talley for a dirty four tracker. Tracks that range from deep and raw grooves to a straight big room banger. "Rise Up" rocks the Martin Luther King sample over Norm's deep house groove. "Don Yo Thang" is a nasty house banger, sexy vocal samples and infectious chord stabs. B side starts with the the big room bump "Houzz Music" track. Detroit techno at it's finest. "World's Final Preview" rounds out the record with lush and dreamy pads accompanied by a wicked baseline.
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Intérprete: Gaetano Battista
 in stock $9.40
Cat: FXHENT 3. Rel: 24 Jan 19
Deep House
  1. The Runner (5:21)
  2. Twi-Lite (5:44)
  3. I'm Feelin' Hot (5:24)
  4. Starz (6:02)
Review: With this four-track EP, Alex 'Omar' Smith welcomes fellow Detroiter Norm Talley back to his FXHE label for the first time since the release of his 2017 debut album "Norm-A-Lize". The quality threshold remains high throughout, from the brilliantly bass-heavy Motor City deep house futurism of EP opener "The Runner" - all booming sub, swinging machine drums and looped space synths - to the jazzy deep house bliss of closing cut "Starz". In between you'll find the similarly enjoyable, Theo Parrish-esque jazz-house drums and glassy-eyed musicality of "I'm Feelin' Hot" and the sparse dancefloor dreaminess of "Twi-Lite".
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Cat: OTB 001. Rel: 23 Mar 18
Deep House
  1. In The Mind (8:28)
  2. Loose Spirits (5:57)
  3. The Flip (7:49)
  4. The Shoe (4:42)
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Cat: FRLV 011. Rel: 07 Feb 19
Deep House
  1. Blak Sandz (5:58)
  2. The Gambler (4:49)
  3. Blak Bottom (8:11)
Review: Less than two weeks after his triumphant return to Omar-S's FXHE label, Norm Talley is back in action. This time round the Detroit veteran is making his first appearance on Frole, an Italian imprint that continues to deliver the deep house goods. Talley eases us in gently via "Blak Sandz", a sumptuous deep house shuffler that features seductive electric piano loops and spacey chords rising above a fluid, Latin-tinged rhythm track. "The Gambler", meanwhile, is a slightly tougher affair rich in chunky bass and drum machine cowbells, while B-side "Blak Bottom" is loopy, drowsy, hypnotic and spacey; exactly the sort of intoxicated deep house you want to hear at five in the morning while blinking into the darkness.
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Intérprete: Per Bojsen-Moller, Fog
 in stock $12.09
Cat: PG 011. Rel: 24 Sep 18
Deep House
  1. The People (9:43)
  2. Set My People Free (5:01)
  3. Horny Dubz (7:19)
Review: Sometime FXHE regular Norm Talley rarely gets it wrong. Although his releases are relatively rare, the quality of the Detroiter's beatdown and Motor City deep house cuts is always exceptionally high. That's certainly the case on this three-track EP, which marks the veteran producer's first outing on The Playground. For us, it's all about ultra-deep A-side "The People", a hybrid beatdown/deep house affair where becalmed electric piano chords and held-note strings recline over a hypnotic, techno-tinged beat. That said, many will naturally gravitate towards the more bustling, drum machine-driven deep house grooves of "Set My People Free", while "Horny Dubz" is a suitably sweaty, jazzy and ear-pleasing bumper that should suit a variety of dancefloors.
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Norm A Lize (4xLP + insert)
Cat: FXHENT# 1000. Rel: 20 Oct 17
Deep House
  1. Seneca St Gruv (5:09)
  2. Get On Up (5:43)
  3. No Need 2 B (5:10)
  4. Alright (feat L'Renee) (4:06)
  5. Cause I Believe (5:55)
  6. Da Hornz Norm (4:59)
  7. Dub Station (6:05)
  8. Earth Vabrations (5:13)
  9. Paradise Garage (5:36)
  10. The Body (5:09)
  11. The Rise (5:15)
  12. Get It Right (4:21)
  13. If It's Love That U Want (5:00)
  14. The Dream (5:04)
Review: Although not as celebrated as many of his Motor City contemporaries, Norm Talley has been a key figure on the Detroit deep house scene for the best part of 25 years. Here he presents his debut album, a set that appears exactly 20 years on from the release of his debut 12". It's a largely warm, rich and inviting affair, with Talley combining samples from classic disco, soul and boogie jams with his own drums, keys and chords. The results are uniformly superb, with highlights including the beatdown style hypnotism of "Dub Station", the disco-house bounce of "Alright", the deep and percussive dreaminess of "Earth Vibrations" and the brilliantly jazzy "Paradise Garage", where Talley cuts-up killer electric piano solos over a sumptuous, jazz-funk inspired house groove.
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 in stock $65.53
Cat: FXHENT 2. Rel: 09 Apr 18
Deep House
  1. Foundation (4:26)
  2. Detroit 2 Step (6:18)
  3. Fan Ta Cee (4:39)
  4. Consciousness (2:49)
  5. Friday Night (5:15)
Review: Following his impeccable album Norm-A-Lize last year, Detroit's City Boy Player returns to Alex O Smith's FXHE imprint with five more soul-stirring sessions. "Foundation" lives up to its name with a classic spoken sample and 11pm mood-changing struts, "Detroit 2 Step" has a touch of the Bonobos with its woozy oboes over lightly swung, organic drums. "Fan Ta Cee" flips the mode for something a lot deeper and darker (think Theo's classic remix of "Falling Up" and you're not far off) while "Consciousness" is a cool creative percussive tool with a swooping rise that sweeps and dips in all the right places. Finally we're sent packing with the bold chord-striking piece "Friday Night". If this doesn't have you marching, nothing will.
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