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Juno Recommends Deep House

Juno Recommends Deep House

Juno Recommends Deep House May 2018
15 May 2018
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Cat: PFG 036. Rel: 16 Apr 18
Deep House
  1. Entrance 2 The Garden
  2. People
  3. Backagainforthefirsttime?
  4. Live In LA 1998
  5. PBC
  6. Shine
  7. Yesterday's Party (Whatta Bout It)
  8. Silence In The Secret Garden
  9. On My Way Hone
  10. Sweet Yesterday (feat Pitch Black City)
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Cat: NGYLP 1 RED. Rel: 30 Apr 18
Deep House
  1. Flow
  2. Another Dub
  3. Theme From The Dungeon
  4. I Can't Explain (feat Javonntte)
  5. Jaxx Freaxx
  6. Brudan In Leeds
  7. Hazy Groove
  8. Pickney
Review: Brawther makes his long playing debut on his new label Negentropy, and the long serving French house producer has never sounded freer in his vision of electronic music. "Flow" is a gorgeous ambient opener to the album, setting the scene for the immersive, mellow house tones of "Another Dub." "Theme From The Dungeon" switches stance again for a hip hop tempo, while Javonnte comes on board to deliver a soulful vocal over the broken beat lilt of "I Can't Explain." "Jaxx Freaxx" brings things back to a dancefloor focus, which "Brudan In Leeds" builds upon with an easy deep house tone that should satisfy Brawther's long time fans. "Hazy Groove" is a laid back minimal house roller, and then "Pickney" closes the album out with an even more stripped back workout for the later hours of the party.
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Cat: NDATL 019. Rel: 30 Apr 18
Deep House
  1. Sheed's Move (6:28)
  2. Jam Tight (5:03)
  3. Back In This Shit (5:24)
  4. Not (5:23)
Review: Over the last few years, Kai Alce has shied away from releasing material on NDATL Muzik under his own name, preferring instead to produce or promote other artists. Here he finally returns to the imprint he established a decade ago for the first time in nearly three years. Predictably, he begins in fine form via "Back In This Shit", a sublime, soul-flecked chunk of late night/early morning deepness that cleverly combines elements of hypnotic deep house and stargazing Motor City techno. Those looking for more straightforward deep house positivity should check the rich musicality and mazy synth solos of "Not" and the flute-laden flutter of "Sheed's Mood", while closer "Jam Tight" should suit those who like their drowsy deep house jams underpinned by bustling, jazz-fired drums.
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  1. Ewan Jansen - "Plants"
  2. Ewan Jansen - "Plants" (Mike Grant remix - Jason Hogans Additional Keys)
  3. Trinidadian Deep - "Move Me"
  4. Trinidadian Deep - "Move Me" (Mr YT remix)
Review: Chubby has already earned its stripes as a podcast and party in Australia dealing in connoisseurs' deep house, and their leap to the world of vinyl is no less classy. The first release splits a 12" between four esteemed practitioners of true skool beats for switched on heads, leading in with Antipodean maestro Ewan Jansen. After delivering the plush tones of his "Plants," Moods & Grooves label boss Mike Grant pops up to remix Jansen with stunning, understated results. Trinidadian Deep takes over on the B side with the typically shimmering melodics and dextrous drums he's much loved for. Mr YT then serves up a final remix, nudging "Move Me" just a little up the energy scale with the help of a killer organ line placed at the front of the mix.
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5
  1. Pintxos (Session Victim remix)
  2. Rat Boogie (Mr Beatnick remix)
  3. Keep What Ya Got (Macel Vogel remix)
Review: Nebraska fires up his own Friends & Relations label once again to take a trip into the strain of lilting, summery deep house that has previously fitted in so well on Rush Hour, Mister Saturday Night and more. This time around Nebraska is getting the remix treatment from an all star cast, leading in with the woozy, soul-soaked shuffle of Session Victim's treatment of "Pintxos." Mr Beatnick keeps things suitably deep when tackling "Rat Boogie," all laid back disco patter and filtered funk, before Marcel Vogel goes one step further on "Keep What Ya Got" and rolls out slow and juicy funk of the raunchiest kind.
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Cat: MCDE 1216. Rel: 29 Jan 18
Deep House
  1. Projections (7:20)
  2. Hi Life (7:04)
out of stock $10.13
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Cat: FXHENT 2. Rel: 16 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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Cat: BOXMUSIC 4. Rel: 16 Apr 18
Deep House
  1. Sinna Man (6:30)
  2. The Message (9:45)
Review: Sinna Man marks a welcome return to action from Chicago veteran Cratebug, whose previous edit releases for Tugboat Edits, KAT and others successfully channeled the spirit of Windy City legend Ron Hardy. Were he alive today, the Music Box resident would most likely approve of A-side "Sinna Man", a dusty and driving jack track that adds hazy vocal samples and slamming drum machine percussion to looped up snippets of a vintage disco groove. Flipside "The Message" is a typically trippy, early morning affair that adds a famous, early Chicago house spoken word vocal to a heavily altered version of Francois K's dub remix of Bohannon's "Let's Start The Dance". Both cuts are driving and muscular, boasting more energy than your average warehouse full of saucer-eyed ravers.
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  1. Paul Randolph, Kathy Kosins & Theo Parrish - "Be Like Me" (SS translation) (9:41)
  2. John Douglas, Amp Fiddler, Ideeyah & Theo Parrish - "Leave The Funk To Us" (full mix) (6:37)
Review: Theo Parrish's "Gentrified Love" series hits its fourth instalment with two stunning extensions/takes. First up is a powerful expansion of "Leave The Funk To Us". First spotted on the second edition of the series, it's now full length with the golden touch of Amp Fiddler. "Be Like Me", meanwhile, takes Paul Randolph & Kathy Kosins' Brownswood Bubbler to a whole new cosmos with lavish twists and cleverly subverted layers. Yet another precision trip from Parrish.
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Cat: PFTV 001. Rel: 16 Apr 18
Deep House
  1. Lean Part 2 (original 2002 mix)
  2. Lean Part 1 (original 2002 mix)
  3. Lean (Rhythm Plate Leaner remix)
Review: REPRESS ALERT!!! Matlock's finest Rhythm Plate resurface brandishing a new label in Pressed For Time, and what better way to inaugurate it than revisiting one of their key tracks. Released back in 2002 on the Mantis label run by Atjazz, "Lean Part 2" was a wonderfully sleazy slab of deepness notable for the lascivious vocal hook that hung slinkily over the production throughout. It still sounds superb some 13 years on and is backed with an unreleased version that was done in the same period, along with deliciously freaky new "Leaner" mix from the pair.

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Cat: NERO 041. Rel: 30 Apr 18
Deep House
  1. Trinidadian Deep - "Native Palo" (6:36)
  2. Trinidadian Deep - "The People" (7:23)
  3. Trinidadian Deep & Lars Bartkuhn - "The Parish" (Full Experience) (10:10)
  4. Trinidadian Deep & Lars Bartkuhn - "The Parish" (dub) (4:32)
Review: Given that Ron Trent was once his musical mentor, it's perhaps unsurprising that Trinidadian Deep is capable of producing spellbinding spiritual deep house. His former mentor's influence can be heard within the layered African percussion, lilting synthesizer melodies and spacey riffs of "Native Palo", the opening track from the New York-based producer's latest EP. There's no doubt that Trent would also love the Osunlade style beats, drowsy chords and steel drum solos of "The People". On the flip, "Trini Deep" joins forces with like-minded deep house stalwart Lars Bartkuhn for two passes of "The Parish". There's the "Full Experience" mix, an organic, warm and enveloping chunk of deep house bliss smothered in syntheszier and piano solos, and a trippy, percussion-rich late night "Dub".
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  1. S.E.G. (7:11)
  2. S.E.G. (Larry Heard Fingers Atmospheric mix) (8:35)
  3. S.E.G. (Malcom Moore Altered Moods mix) (6:05)
  4. S.E.G. (Chicago Skyway mix) (6:21)
Review: D'Marc Cantu's 2017 LP The Lodge was a high point for the ever prolific US producer, not to mention a jewel in Altered Moods' many-pronged crown. Now the label are revisiting one of the album highlights, "S.E.G," giving the punchy Chicago house jam another pressing before handing the reins over to a strong cast of remixers. The one and only Larry Heard plunges "S.E.G" into gorgeous, mystical realms of deep house spirituality like only he can, while Altered Moods boss Malcom Moore injects a different kind of spaced out energy to the track. Then Chicago Skyway finishes the package off with a distinctive version that reaches for a light and airy headspace while keeping the drums punchy and effective.




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Cat: BLRVA 001. Rel: 23 Apr 18
Deep House
  1. Folamour - "Oneness" (7:45)
  2. Ethyene - "Watchin' U" (6:41)
  3. Ari Bald - "First Class" (6:00)
  4. Dorsi Plantar - "Boogie Sunrise" (6:00)
Review: Coming at you on vibrant pink vinyl, Better Listen's First Class EP more than lives up to its' title. Check, for example, the screaming sax lines, life-affirming orchestral disco loops and bumping bottom end of Folamour's brilliant opener, "Oneness", and the bouncy disco-house positivity of Ari Bald's edit-not-edit "First Class", which is guaranteed to put smiles on faces on out on the dancefloor. Dorsi Plantar successfully tries the same trick on to woozy, ultra-soulful bliss of swirling sunshine shuffler "Boogie Sunrise", while Ethyene's undulating "Watching You" brilliantly wraps eyes-closed synthesizer lines and glistening disco guitars around a leisurely mid-tempo house groove.
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Cat: KLRLTD 10S009. Rel: 02 Apr 18
Deep House
  1. I Can Prove It (5:58)
  2. Free Love (6:50)
Review: Chevals, who brilliantly describes himself as a "French house producer, disco cutter and horse", came to our attention last year via a fine debut on Better Listen. You'll find further proof of his "rising star" status on this tasty, two-track contribution to Kolour LTD's 10-inch series. Both tracks are essentially re-edits, though there are enough additional touches and new musical elements to elevate them way beyond your average scalpel re-arrangement. The Frenchman kicks thing off with "I Can Prove It", a gently tooled-up and reworked version of a soaring, glassy-eyed disco-soul gem that will sound fantastic at this summer's open-air events. Flipside "Free Love" is an altogether more low-slung affair, with a fizzing, funk-fuelled groove building towards a rush-inducing Philadelphia Soul-goes-disco-house conclusion.
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15
  1. Harmony (Luis CL remix)
  2. Believe In You (feat Robert Owens - RNR remix)
  3. La Beija (Rhythm 2 Soul remix)
  4. Rotation (MHCrew remix)
  5. The Vibe (Jimini remix)
Review: After the first two 12"s from label founder Deep88 himself, ASCII Records turns to a whole host of different characters to remix those tracks with some stunning and varied results. Luis CL is up first, taking a decidedly mellow approach to "Harmony" that tips into a heavy lidded early 90s deep house mood perfectly, while RNR take the Robert Owens-featuring "Believe In You" and make it into a stirring, tense but ultimately emotional acid-laced floor track. Rhythm 2 Soul do a gentle job on "La Beija", MHCrew take a Larry Heard-esque approach on "Rotation" and Jimini lets the space in the mix tell its own story.
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  1. Tom Jay - "Hanging On"
  2. David Moran - "How About Drums"
  3. Nicola Brusegan - "Borne Out"
  4. Paul Ruddler - "That Piano"
  5. Victorius Black - "Just For This"
  6. Country Gents - "Keep On" (Rotty remix)
  7. MLH - "You + Me"
  8. Freak D - "Power Of Bass"
  9. Franqy & Bailey - "Detroit Sunrise"
Review: 124 Recordings know how to put together a deep house compilation, and they're sounding fierce on this latest, appropriately titled Levels Up. The jams come heavy and funky from a range of on-point operators, leading in with Tom Jay's quintessential New Jersey bump n grind on "Hanging On". David Moran is a little more shadowy but no less groovesome, while Nicola Brusegan takes things on a sweet and smooth tip. Across the whole double pack there are classically informed jams to satisfy the most weary deep house heads, but keep an ear out for the old-school flavoured heft of Freak D's "Power Of Bass", which should get some seriously jacking airtime in the right kind of dance.
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17
  1. Motions
  2. Motions (Don Carlos vocal remix)
  3. Motions (Don Carlos Ambient mix)
Review: Is It Balearic? welcome Ilija Rudman back to the fold for the first time since the excellent True Colours album back in 2015, and the Croatian disco house mainstay sounds like he's on searing form. "Motions" is a luscious deep house jam with a throbbing low end, but made all the more powerful by the sultry vocal turn from Andre Espeut. Italo house veteran Don Carlos is a smart shout for two remixes, kicking off with the uplifting yet understated groove of the vocal version before spreading over the B side with the beatless but driving pulse of the ambient mix.
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Cat: C56 064. Rel: 23 Apr 18
Deep House
  1. Serpent Strut (Larry Heard Fingers Deep club mix) (8:15)
  2. Serpent Strut (Larry Heard Fingers Deep instrumental mix) (7:26)
  3. Serpent Strut (Larry Heard Fingers Deep mix) (6:59)
Review: Larry Heard on Claremont 56: This was a special moment when it first landed on Mudd's label's super-collectable 10 year anniversary boxset, and it remains special a year later on this 300-limited 12". Now loaded with two more versions from Heard himself, the charmed Balearica of this beautiful production by Bay Area busker Jack Cutter and 40 Thieves is given extra dancefloor focus with the subtly and hypnotic and weighty touches Larry has made his signature over the decades. Stunning. Don't sleep on this.
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Cat: VIBR 013. Rel: 23 Apr 18
Deep House
  1. Slipping Into Darkness (7:20)
  2. Slipping Into Darkness (Vincent Floyd remix) (7:12)
  3. As You Are (7:17)
  4. As You Are (Nick Anthony Simoncino remix) (7:00)
Review: Vibraphone Records continues to deepen its contemporary repertoire by inviting Andrew Soul into the fold with a vocal contribution from house music legend Robert Owens. "Slipping Into Darkness" is a beautifully rendered deep house gem with expressive piano work, rubbery bass synth tones, but in some ways the minimalism of Vincent Floyd's remix gives Owens' vocals a chance to take centre stage. "As You Are" is a crooked, broken beat exploration on the fringes of deep house, and Owens' voice sounds resplendent in the more experimental surroundings before Nick Anthony Simoncino comes on board with a 90s flavoured, darkside remix of the highest order.
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Cat: 3021. Rel: 16 Apr 18
Deep House
  1. Let Your Body Talk (7:11)
  2. Aint That Somethin' (7:45)
  3. Shakin Room (6:01)
Review: Comprised of the pair that found notoriety as Virgo Four, this reissue showcases one of the rarer cuts from one of the great forces in the early days of Chicago house. The title track spits out a sharp salvo of drum machine beats, while a particularly squidgy line in 303s and other such synths creates a nagging front line behind which some wistful pads can stretch out. "Ain't That Somethin'" is a more upfront jam with a catchy disco lick built for a more direct dancefloor impact, while "Shakin Room" predates the Detroit beatdown brand of house music by a good few years with its soulful licks.
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Cat: SJU 12R26. Rel: 02 Apr 18
Deep House
  1. Spank N Gallop (7:56)
  2. Peaceful Rage (Acid Revenge) (8:16)
Review: Glenn Crocker seems to have rediscovered the simple, mind-altering pleasures of Roland's iconic TB-303 bass synthesizer. On another 12" out this week, 808 Sessions, the veteran Chicagoan wrapped wiggly acid lines around electro-influenced drums and his usual rich deep house musicality. Here, he's gone one step further, delivering a pair of twisted, intoxicating acid jams that look to Phuture for inspiration. A-side "Spank N Gallop" sets the tone, with Crocker supplementing a killer acid line with notably jazzy cymbal hits, drum machine tom-toms and occasional spacey chords. The deep space vibe is explored in greater detail on flipside "Peaceful Rage (Acid Revenge)", where intergalactic chords and bubbly electronics get equal billing with a psychedelic TB-303 riff.
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Cat: EGLO 58. Rel: 02 Apr 18
Deep House
  1. Sunbeams (3:29)
  2. Esencia (1:30)
  3. Starburst 3 (5:09)
Review: Last time out Kieron Ifill AKA K15 was sharing vinyl space with legendary British techno producer Mr G. This time round, he's back on a solo mission, laying down three deep and expansive tracks for the mighty Eglo Records. Opener "Sunbeams" is undoubtedly a slab of hazy summer sunshine, with Ifill encasing a jaunty samba groove in lilting Rhodes riffs and Kaidi Tatham style synthesizer solos. The influence of Tatham's Herbie Hancock-inspired approach can also be heard on the intergalactic jazz-funk positivity of "Sunbeams 3", while "Essencia" is deliciously woozy and glassy eyed, with yearning melodies and analogue synthesizer chords rising above skittish jazz drums.
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Gabriel (remastered) (1 per customer)
Cat: LARV 019. Rel: 21 Dec 15
Deep House
  1. Gabriel (The Scroll mix) (7:00)
  2. Gabriel (tamborine dub) (7:11)
  3. Gabriel (live garage) (7:25)
  4. Words To Give By (7:23)
Review: It would be fair to say that Roy Davis Jr and Peven Everett's "Gabriel" (originally written "Gabrielle" on early pressings) has become a timeless dance music classic - a track that both soulful house and UK garage DJs reach for in times of trouble. Should it not be in your collection already (and it should be), Large Music has decided to re-master and re-press the original 1996 12". It does, of course, contain the now ubiquitous "Live Garage" version - the groovy two-step, trumpet-laden mix that became popular with early UK garage DJs - plus a trio of lesser-known remixes. The Tambourine Dub, in particular, is something of a tough, warehouse-friendly deep house treat.
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Cat: SR 07. Rel: 02 Apr 18
Deep House
  1. Consequencies (7:37)
  2. Tiano Nuevo (8:49)
  3. Now We're Cookin (8:59)
Review: The architect returns to Sophisticato rolling deep with previous partner in vibes Spike Rebel. As always with Lavander, soul is the main focus and there's a strong sense of sprightly summertime jazz fusion at play, too... "Consequencies" is a lilting dreamer with a playful Balearic shuffle, "Tiano Nuevo" gentle ebbs and flows between the planets on a weave of glistening strings and wispy pads while "Now We're Cooking" turns up the Rio heat over the course of nine minutes with steamy twists at every turn.
out of stock $13.68
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Cat: SOIL 00037. Rel: 02 Apr 18
Deep House
  1. Wandolo (Vokal version) (5:14)
  2. Wandolo (Sacred Rhythm instrumental version) (5:28)
Review: Claussell returns to his African trove LP from 2015 Makussa and gives one of its many highlights "Walondo" two more fresh chapters on this limited 45". Still as powerful, spiritual and uplifting, it now comes with a Vokal version where the golden harmonies purr through the mix to sit right centre pew while his Sacred Rhythm stamp can be found coded into the euphoric drive and relentless dancefloor uplift on the B. Beautiful.
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Cat: TW 24. Rel: 02 Apr 18
Deep House
  1. Telemachus
  2. Synth Run
  3. Haku Ten-O
  4. Telemachus (Whatever/Whatever remix)
  5. Ronin Love (dub)
Review: John Wilcox has been slowly disseminating crusty hardware jams for some six years now, in which time he's appeared as Cyclonix on Horn Wax, and now he nips over to Tusk Wax for more robo-charged antics in the curious corner of grubby, electro tinged house music the label orbits. "Telemachus" is a dreamy opening number that keeps the spook level up to maximum and the reverb voluminous throughout. "Synth Run" has a bit more bite, but not at the expense of atmosphere. Whatever/Whatever get hold of "Telemachus" and strip it down to a sparse skeleton of a track, and then Wilcox rounds the record off with the steppy ambient excursion "Ronin Love (dub)".
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Cat: HPF 005. Rel: 16 Apr 18
Deep House
  1. Everydayz (6:30)
  2. Everydayz (Deep mix) (5:28)
  3. Morning Light (6:57)
  4. Apollo 7 (unreleased dub) (6:43)
Review: It bumped the dickens out of us in 2012 and it's about to do it again in 2018; DJ Steaw returns to one of his key pivotal early releases and reboots it on his House Puff imprint with a cheeky unreleased dub. If you don't know the Chandleresque original (or the stripped back deep mix), now is most certainly the time. "Morning Light" sounds just as fresh as well; hazy, finger-clicky, subtly atmospheric, it's still as timeless as it was back on Traxx Underground. Finally Steaw sets us to slow-cook with the bubbling disco funker "Apollo 7". Trippy, woozy and chugging like it's 1982 all over again, even if you picked up "Everydayz" at the time this is worth it for "Apollo 7" alone. Delicious.
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28
Cat: MHMLP 001. Rel: 05 Oct 18
Deep House
  1. Night Of Desirable Objects (7:00)
  2. Y'all Right (5:37)
  3. Petit Prince Du Macadam (3:09)
  4. Ivoire (8:19)
  5. Look At Me Or I'll Steal Your Eyes (7:58)
  6. Devoted To U (10:11)
  7. Oyabun (5:51)
  8. Kickflipin' That Stuff (3:35)
  9. Jah Love (7:50)
Review: The second album from fast-rising French producer Folamour follows the formula explored on his previous Moonrise Hill Material releases, with the producer accompanying a range of dusty, sample-heavy deep house treats with a smattering of soulful and evocative, MPC style beat workouts. Happily, there's little in the way of flabby filler, just a wealth of material heavily influenced by soul, jazz and disco. Highlights include, but aren't limited to, the huggable, head-nodding hip-hop soul of "Kickflippin' That Stuff", the woozy electronic jazz of "Jah Love", the Theo Parrish/Andres style warm and jazzy house of "Look At Me Or I'll Steal Your Eyes" and the full-throttle, disco-house hustle of "Ivoire".
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29
Cat: HOTC 112. Rel: 16 Apr 18
Deep House
  1. The Lone Brazilian (6:36)
  2. Lower Level (6:09)
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30
Cat: COBRA 004. Rel: 09 Jul 18
Deep House
  1. FMF (5:53)
  2. BFromP (7:02)
  3. SoHot (5:22)
  4. JJ (6:33)
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