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1
Sirena Deep
Cat: IDWT 013. Rel: 13 Feb 24
Sirena Deep (5:43)
Outdoor Limit (8:08)
Review: Shockingly, it's been almost three years since we last heard new material from Chaos in the CBD aka London-based Kiwi brothers Ben and Louis Helliker-Hales. This two-tracker is not only well overdue, but also as quietly impressive as you'd expect. Title track and A-side 'Sirena Deep' lives up to its name, offering a subtly summery shuffle through lightly dubbed-out, organ-rich deep house goodness complete with an expressive and tasteful flute solo from fellow New Zealander Nathan Haines. Those looking for a more driving, sub-heavy and late-night focused workout will love flip side 'Outdoor Limit', where creepy, ghostly chords and textures ride tough house beats and a deep, dubby bassline.
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The Elements Series Pt 1
Cat: POEM 019. Rel: 12 Feb 24
John Beltran - "Nuyorico"
Javonntte - "Tropical Feelings"
Kai Alce - "Benefit" (NDATL instrumental mix) (5:58)
Byron The Aquarius - "Sun Gods" (5:38)
Review: People Of Earth strides into the New Year with a new project called The Elements Series. Part one welcomes some serious names, not least Detroit's ambient and techno master John Beltran who kicks off with 'Nuyorico' a joyous, chord-laced house groove laden with organic percussion. Javonntte's 'Tropical Feelings' is another of his textbook deep house cuts with whispered vocals bringing a spiritual vibe. Atlanta's main man Kai Alce does his do with the jazzy synth energy of shuffling house cut 'Benefit' (NDATL instrumental mix) then Byron The Aquarius pairs things back to dusty drums and humid chords on 'Sun Gods'. This one is only for the real heads.
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Intérprete: Superbreak
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Eastside EP
Cat: AR 019. Rel: 19 Feb 24
You Always Hank Bank One Time (7:32)
Another Spring Lover (6:30)
I'm Gonna Be The Everything (6:20)
Slick Nickle Pladium Investment (4:19)
Review: Adeen Records is on a roll right now and this time out they welcome the Detroit hero that is Marcellus Pittman for a new and beguiling four-track 12". Known for his work with The 3 Chairs collective as well as his solo jams, this Motor City mainstay opens up with 'You Always Hank Bank One Time' which is a real mental maze of rickety loops and blurts of degraded synth. 'Another Spring Lover' is another rusty and lo-fi piece of archetypal Detroit house that is very clearly machine music but with a unique sense of human soul. 'I'm Gonna Be The Everything' is a raw drum track with sparse, heartwarming chords and 'Slick Nickle Pladium Investment' is a knackered downbeat hip-hop closer. Magnificent.
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The Greatest Thing Alive
Cat: TOOL 1213. Rel: 13 Feb 24
Greatest Thing Alive (6:08)
Lady (Hear Me Tonight) (6:29)
Review: Toolroom head honcho Mark Knight has pulled out all the stops here and joined forces with some of house music's biggest names. His ow-slung new tune 'The Greatest Thing Alive' is a collab with the one and only Chicago don Green velvet plus James Hurr and it has already made an impact on global dancefloors since its digital release in October last year. Between these talents they all dig deep and cook up something perfectly chunky and detailed with fresh percussion. It's the sort of tune that will blow up in Miami and has the addition of Green Velvet's take on the classic 'Mannish Boy' from Muddy Waters.
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Vol 2
Vol 2 (12")
Cat: LZEA 002. Rel: 13 Feb 24
Punches (0:04)
Dreams (0:08)
Taboo
Feel The Pain
Review: Under the familiar Leo Zero alias, Leo Esltob has crafted countless killer re-edits over the last few decades - though only a limited number have ever been released. Hence the Edit Archive series of 12" EPs, which here reaches volume two. As you'd expect for a man of his experience and expertise, there's much to admire, from the sing-along powder-rock brilliance of 'Dreams' (a tasteful, extended re-work of one of the most famous and celebrated songs of the 1970s) and the re-vitalised Balearic brilliance of 'Taboo' (yep, it's an excellent Sade re-rub), to the loose-limbed-but-locked-in house-not-house headiness of 'Feel The Pain', with its echoing vocal snippets, metronomic cowbells and bubbly synth sounds.
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Intérprete: Rayko
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Night Fall
Cat: PRTR 29. Rel: 19 Feb 24
Service Chamber (7:15)
Deep Tech (6:58)
Acid Matrix (7:21)
Review: The first part of a two-part release for Sushitech's sub label Pariter, with Chicago second generation house hero Boo Williams joining the likes of Delano Smith and Norm Talley on the roster for 'Night Fall', the partner 12" to the simultaneously released 'Day Rise'. It features three tracks, all of which fit the mold of early evening classics. 'Acid Matrix' has an early Detroit feel to its raw machine handclap snares and panther-like, stalking bassline, while 'Deep Tech' might be geographically closer to late 80s, early 90s Yorkshire, a compulsive funkiness emerging from its bleepcentric soundscape. 'Service Chamber' is sleeker and more mellow, telephone dial tones spiralling off into the ether while tinkling, xylophone-sounded keys play hypnotically. Choice, quality material that will help any DJ to subtly pick the pace up as the sun falls.
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Beat Of Your Heart
Cat: SWEATSV 043. Rel: 20 Feb 24
Sweat It Out (extended) (5:37)
Sweat It Out (instrumental) (3:32)
Sweat It Out (club dub) (6:11)
Review: German artist Purple Disco Machine is a studio wizard and something of a throwback - he manages to make tunes that are rich in musicality as well as having plenty of focus on the dancefloor. Each one brims with colourful hooks and catchy grooves and this new one 'Beat Of Your Heart' comes with delightfully soulful vocals from singer-songwriter ASDiS. It's got summer anthem written all over it such is the feel-good nature of the whole thing with both a club dub and instrumental also included for different settings. Bring on the sun!
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8
Love & Hate In A Different Time (X Press 2 & Kerri Chandler Remixes)
Love & Hate In A Different Time (X-Press 2 Love & Honesty remix) (7:34)
Love & Hate In A Different Time (X-Press 2 Love & Honesty Hypno dub remix) (7:11)
Love & Hate In A Different Time (Kerri Chandler vocal mix) (7:25)
Love & Hate In A Different Time (Kerri Chandler 623 Again mix) (5:52)
Review: Soul and Gospel group Gabriels and their 'Love & Hate In A Different Time' gets some proper remix attention with house legends Kerri Chandler and X-Press. Each remixer gets a side each to themselves on this jam-packed future classic. X-Press takes side 1 and includes a more vocal mix and then an alternate dub version. Both versions are up-tempo and perfect for the dancefloor just depends on the time of night which one you might go to. For the B-side, Kerri Chandler takes a similar approach. The vocal mix being a bit more soulful while the '623 Again' version goes deeper. These remixers are like a match made in heaven for turning these into house gems. This guaranteed to be in many DJs crates and many best of lists.
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Intérprete: Carlos Nilmmns
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Take Our Time
Cat: NMR 013. Rel: 14 Feb 24
Take Our Time (vocal) (6:25)
Take Our Time (Piano edit) (5:56)
Review: An ultra-depthy broken house production from fellows Roberta and Fawziyya Heart, 'Take Our Time' is a seeming exercise in how many top frequencies one can lop off, yet still use in service a sense of excitement in stasis. The simple tessellation of soul-fed voice, subdued kick, murmurative Rhodes and mono sub make for a fantastic combo, as we're unconsciously fed lyrics and style signifying tarrying and patience, not to mention the Molokos and Smith & Mighties of the 1990s.
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Washoe Zephyr EP
Cat: IIB 069. Rel: 05 Feb 24
Belgian Caravan (6:31)
Moonlight Contribution (5:12)
Dry Plains Parade (5:59)
Southern Edges (4:24)
Review: The by-now seminal Is It Balearic label welcomes long-time Balearic boss Max Essa for another superbly horizontal offering that will take you to the beach no matter where you are. He is a regular on this label who has been serving up top tunes and compiling superb collections like 2016's 10-Year Anniversary comp for ages, and the quality levels never dip. This fresh four-tracker traverses gently breaking synth waves, undulating dubby undercurrents and gloriously sun-kissed synth work all in a soothing and meditative style.

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It Just Happened EP
Cat: NG 148. Rel: 20 Feb 24
It Just Happened (6:36)
Crew Thing (6:14)
House Music Transcends (6:27)
Review: Steve Bug is going on 30+ years of writing electronic music and travelling the world as a top DJ with no signs of letting up. It Just Happened is his latest and finds its way to the legendary and iconic Nu Groove records. It must be daunting to release music on such an amazing label. 'It Just Happened' has all the makings of a classic worthy enough for the Nu Groove logo. Veteran Cle who has worked on many projects with Steve is featured here as well. For those that really know Steve Bug's background, they know he is equally involved in house music as he is with techno. Tracks like 'Crew Thing' show his ability to make a standout house track while 'House Music Transcends' closes things out with your hands in the air. We respect Steve Bug so much for his work over the years. When he is old skool mode like he is on this EP, you just have to say respect to the man. Respect!
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Tags: Acid House
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Dancefloor Damage Vol 1
Cat: 326006. Rel: 06 Feb 24
Maqnifique (8:02)
Vince Who (8:25)
Review: Funk, soul and house music courses through the veins of Jamie 3:26 and he always manages to convey that into his irresistible grooves. The best of them come on his own label 326 which is where he arrives now with this new 12" Dancefloor Damage Vol 1. It's a tight affair with just one cut on each side of the wax, starting with 'Maqnifique' which is a steamy, intense disco house stomper with wiry lines and unrelenting grooves. On the flip is a very different vibe - a sunny, flute-led led and jazzy soulful house number with heart-melting chords.
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BND Project Vol 4
Cat: BND 016. Rel: 16 Feb 24
Marc Cotterell - "Deepha" (Plastik Factory Vox mix) (7:01)
Matt Gillespie - "Movin" (Movin) (6:17)
Jovonn - "Play 4 Today" (Ben Rebel remix) (6:23)
Jeremias Santiago - "Soul Festival" (5:23)
Review: Dutch crew Body N Deep are back with more music that is aimed at both head and heel. This fourth volume in its BND Project series welcomes four more venerated names starting with Marc Cotterell whose 'Deepha' (Plastik Factory Vox mix) is all warm, smeared chords and 90s vibes, while Matt Gillespie's 'Movin' is more stripped-back to sustained pads and shuffling, dusty drums that soon get under the skin. Jovonn's 'Play 4 Today' (Ben Rebel remix) is a more driving affair with libidinous vocal whispers and Jeremias Santiago shuts down with the strong laced and Latin-inspired sounds of 'Soul Festival.'
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Make Me Feel
Cat: COB 19. Rel: 29 Jan 24
Make Me Feel (7:13)
Tribute To Kerri (6:41)
Those Nights (8:11)
Review: Courtesy of Balance is a stamp of deep house authenticity no matter who is behind the beats. In this case, we have a debut appearance from Cordoba-based Argentinian Castoldi. He kicks off with 'Make Me Feel' with lashings of Detroit house stylings and bouncy chord sequences getting you in the groove. 'Tribute To Kerri' has kicks the New Jersey house don would be proud of with plenty of smooth synth additions and then 'Those Nights' is an eight-minute odyssey with crisp percussion and rattling dub chords. A timeless 12" for sure.
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Deep Inside
Deep Inside (180 gram vinyl 12" in die-cut sleeve)
Cat: BOND 12073. Rel: 20 Feb 24
Dub Chronicles #6 (7:08)
International Sun Earth Explorer (6:09)
Deep Inside (feat Robert Owens) (6:27)
Promise Street (6:09)
Review: Veteran German producer Sascha Dive is a household name in electronic music. His latest EP 'Deep Inside', is a versatile record that is sure to find a home into many DJ's hands. Kicking things off with the meaty heaviness that is "Dub Chronicles #6". A powerhouse dub related techno track that will push your speakers to the maximum. "International Sun-Earth Explorer" is a deep lush track that gives off a touch of progressive vibes within. Turn the record over for some beautiful house vibes that feature house vocal legend Robert Owens, while closing things out is the tasty offering 'Promise Street'. A seductive B-side option that we feel will be a great alternate choice that really fills out the EP nicely. Sascha Dive is always a name you can trust to bring the quality.
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Wish I Didn't Miss You
Cat: MSV 025. Rel: 01 Jul 22
Wish I Didn't Miss You (3:52)
Wish I Didn't Miss You (remix) (4:17)
Review: Oooh! Angie Stone's "Wish I Didn't Miss You" definitely belongs in the canon of all time modern soul classics. Taken from her 2001 second album Mahogany Soul, the Swizz Beats produced track made optimum usage of an O' Jays sample and was instrumental in that LP going gold and propelling the former D'Angelo collaborator to stardom. It also inspired countless official and under the counter remixes with Blaze's perhaps the most recognisable. So yes this reissue on 7" from Outta Sight is worthy if you don't have the original in your collection and features a housed up remix from Hex Hector on the flip.
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Bombs From The Bunker
Bombs From The Bunker (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: DMT 014. Rel: 25 Sep 23
Sheller (6:06)
Get Loose (6:24)
Detonate (5:59)
Instajam (5:25)
Review: Once again Dungeon Meat provides the heat for discerning dancefloors with this latest EP from their new signing Scott Diaz. Bringing the finest tracky business straight from his beefy bunker to your turntables, there's no messing with these meaty beats. After hearing some short demos versions on Instagram, Brawther and Tristan da Cunha quickly got in touch with Scott to snap up the tracks and cherry pick a smoking hot selection resulting in these four killer cuts designed for DJ (ab)Use only. Scott is an extremely talented producer who is behind the high grade NITELIFE sample packs and we are very happy to have him join our band of beat bandits.
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Doves Your Love
Cat: KNB 02. Rel: 29 Dec 23
Doves Your Love (4:59)
Crazy Beat (3:39)
Review: Edit master and disco king KON rarely ever misses whether seeing up his own sounds or digging deep to assemble one of his legendary collections. This time out he brings the goodness across a pair of disco house fusions on a self-released 7". 'Doves Your Love' opens up and is a mix of classic Prince and rolling house drums with a funky bassline from 'I Want Your Love' by Chic. A great collision it is too. 'Crazy Beat' then mashes together two more disco and funk classics into something irresistible to dancers.
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A Winter Sampler VI
VARIOUS
Cat: ADID 104. Rel: 14 Feb 24
St Germain - "So Flute" (Simon Vuarambon remix) (7:43)
Limara & Dimitri Nakov - "Nocturne" (feat Natacha Atlas - Curol remix) (7:17)
Tombish - "Around We Go" (4:59)
Wassu & Bona Fide - "Threshold" (6:39)
Ramiro Drisdale - "Feel & Move" (9:23)
Somelee - "Quicksilver" (7:56)
Facundo Mohrr & Maxi Degrassi - "Betimed" (6:32)
Sinca - "Printemps" (5:17)
BAI - "The Purpose" (7:30)
Lauren Ritter & Tenesha The Wordsmith - "I Surrender" (6:48)
Nathan Katz - "For You" (7:46)
Seth Schwarz & Solidmind - "Create The Universe" (feat Lydgen & Artemides) (6:20)
Review: All Day I Dream's Lee Burridge is a man who has walks managed to reinvent himself. Right now he is in his dreamy deep house phase and his label is the best out there for these sort of organic day time grooves. Now well past the 100 releases mark it is back with a new winter sampler full of heartwarming sounds from key label associates like Simon Vuarambon. Homeless, Facundo Mohrr, Maxi Degrassi and more. Each one layers up zoned out pads, soft rhythms and gently persuasive sounds that will have you in a trance in no time.
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Luo Land
Luo Land (12")
Cat: MAD 008X. Rel: 13 Feb 24
Lou Land (5:29)
Battle Hil (6:19)
Battle Hil (Make A dance remix) (7:17)
Battle Hil (MAD dub mix) (6:19)
Review: Fresh from delivering the excellent El U Vee EP, Make a Dance welcome North-East titan Geoff Kirkwood AKA Man Power to M.A.D Records for the first time. This time round, Kirkwood has company: Kenyan singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Rapasa Nyatrapasa. The pair set their stall out on opener 'Lou Land', where Nyatrapasa's Kenyan vocals and percussion slowly rise above a deep, drowsy and trippy deep house groove, before opting for an Amapiano-influenced Afro-tech-meets-Afro-House vibe on the more electronic 'Battle Hill'. Make a Dance deliver two takes on the latter on side B: a proto-house style vocal 'Remix' rich in vintage synth sounds, undulating acid bass, drum machine fills and echo-laden drum hits and a 'Dub Mix' that re-invents the track as a hazy, immersive slab of dub house/deep house fusion.
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Intérprete: Superbreak, Man Power
Tags: Afro House
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Giant Steps EP
Cat: DMT 015. Rel: 15 Jan 24
Naminus (5:21)
Buzz Cracked (5:57)
Switch The B (7:04)
Review: Brawther and Tristan Da Cunha's Dungeon Meat label is back with another massive platter of heavyweight house, this time from Dutchman Dennis Quin. He wastes no time in getting down to business with 'Naimus' layering up rock-solid kicks and steel-sharpened hi-hats with yelping vocal stabs for an energetic rave-up. After that comes the equally high octane and sweat-inducing 'Buzz Cracked' before 'Switch The B' brings a raw and naughty hint of garage swing to its monstrous drums. These tunes have already been road tested at places like NYC Downlow and Houghton Festival to great effect, so there is no doubting their ability to make an indelible mark.
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Tags: UK Garage
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Day Rise
Day Rise (12")
Cat: PRTR 30. Rel: 19 Feb 24
Talley Up (6:52)
The Take Over (6:32)
Teleport (6:46)
Review: Boo Williams is in good company appearing here on Sushitech's sub label Pariter where he joins the illustrious likes of Delano Smith and Norm Talley in its ranks. You wait for a Boo Williams record and then, of course, two come along, 'Day Rise' being accompanied by the simultaneously released 'Night Fall', each with their own corresponding vibe. 'Day Rise' is definitely more upbeat of the two but it's a subtle distinction - it's certainly not full of 4AM bangers designed to keep you awake until the busses start running again. 'Talley Up' is a very straight forward affair, circling around a two note synth riff and gradually building percussion. 'The Take Over' is similarly spritely, another builder with crashing cymbals, jazzy chords and drum machine tumbles steadily building an insurmountable wall of funkiness. Breezy, bumping closer 'Teleport' completes the set, meaning three ultra-handy, raw but sophisticated tunes that house and techno DJs alike will find slipping into their sets with a natural ease.
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Phenomenal
Cat: AR 018. Rel: 12 Feb 24
Phenomenal (DJ Spinna's Galatic remix) (7:18)
Phenomenal (Camille's Amapiano Suite) (7:34)
Phenomenal (Nico Lahs House remix) (7:03)
Phenomenal (Scott Hess Acid mix) (6:09)
Phenomenal (MAQman Stripped Soulful mix) (8:34)
Review: Robert Owens is absolutely one of the voices of his generation. He has lent his tender tones to more classic tracks than you could possibly mention and he continues to do so nowadays with a wholeness generation of producer who want a touch go his authenticity. He has recently achieved another career milestone with a superbly poignant new single that comes with sublime remixes. DJ Spinna's re-flip adds his usual sense of soul and Adeen Records label head Camille then brings some South African Amapiano vibes. Nico Lahs takes it on with a heavy house groove and Scott Hess brings some classic acid jack to his version.

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Freekazoid
Cat: PILOT 12. Rel: 20 Nov 23
Freekazoid (Electro 'XXX' mix) (6:12)
Freekazoid (Ruff mix) (5:49)
Rumpshaker (5:02)
Review: REPRESS ALERT!: Locklead has previously endeared himself to the underground house world with nice classy cuts on labels like Hot Haus and Rawax. On Pilot, though he sets his sights on breakbeat and cooks up a tense, thumping and throwback rave sound. 'Freekazoid (Electro 'XXX' mix)' has stiff drums and sci-fi synths with spoken word vocals making for a fun atmosphere. The Ruff Mix is paired back, a driving groove with fresh drum sounds and withering chords. 'Rumpshaker' closes out with a rasping bassline skewing about the mix over more jacked-up and electro-fried drums.
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Intérprete: DJ Mau Mau
Tags: Minimal
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Acid Sampler 1.5
Cat: RBACIDEP 15. Rel: 12 Feb 24
Kosmische Conga (5:15)
Echopet (6:30)
Minehead (5:39)
Carinacid (6:04)
Review: Astral techno cosmonaut Space Dimension Controller serves up his vision of acid on this new sampler via Gerd Jansen's Running Back. The storied producer kicks off with 'Kosmische Conga' which has twitchy and sinewy lines lashing about over mid-tempo drums. 'Echopet' has a dubby feel and nice undulating grocers that are coloured with a prickly 303 that gently weaves its way in and out. 'Minehead' gets more manic as the 303s are louder, brighter, and more manic in their approach and 'Carinacid' then slows down to heavy drums and a mutant acid house and techno vibe that is full of late night menace.
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City To City: Johannesburg
KaySoul - "Icey Baby" (feat Mr Beale) (5:55)
SculpturedMusic - "Midnight Talk" (5:06)
Sizlecaude - "Far Apart" (5:52)
Radic The Myth - "Love (Kinda Thing)" (6:07)
Persie Botta Vs Jade Nickels - "They Never Loved Us" (5:57)
Thabang Baloyi - "Lost In" (5:11)
Review: Freerange is a workhorse of the global deep house underground and it has recently cast itself out on a trip through the different cities of the world. City To City: Johannesburg looks to a country that has long had its own unique and thriving deep house scene and enlists some of its best talents to offer up some fresh sounds. KaySoul's 'Icey Baby' is soulful and sensitive, SculpturedMusic's 'Midnight Talk' has deft pads shimmering over soft kicks, SizLeCaude's 'Far Apart' rides on a nice Kai Alce style bassline and the flip side offers another trio of musical and percussive late night smooches. Lovely stuff.
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808 Doves
Cat: KNB 01. Rel: 25 Jan 24
808 Doves (5:00)
Crystal Doves (4:44)
Review: Cheesy electro goodness from Canadian edit and remix machine Nick Bike, here indulging the humorous moniker Nicholas Bicicletta for the second of two 7" Kon editions. '808 Doves' comes through with glitzing hits, filter-freqqed lasershots, synth claves, and arpy sixteenths, all chalking up a downtown New York circa 1987 vibe. The free-as-a-bird theme is kept up with 'Crystal Doves', which concocts a sonic landscape picture of cathartic vocal gurgles and subby progressions, all against an epic collage made up of Crystal-Watery recognisance.
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Intérprete: Smoove
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Sundials EP
Sundials EP (12" reeditado)
Cat: B2R 011. Rel: 12 Jan 24
Sundials (feat Nathan Haines) (6:29)
Second Nature (5:59)
Gotta Let It Go (5:49)
Review: REPRESS ALERT!: Lisbon-based Frenchman Brawther, who is also one-half of Dungeon Meat for more raw grooves, shows off his mastery of deep house on this fresh new EP for B2 Recordings. 'Sundials' (feat Nathan Haines) immediately soothes the soul with its lunging chords and seductive sax lines. Occasional female coos add further lushness to this most heartwarming of tunes. 'Second Nature' has a little more height and drive to it but again the drums are warm and fuzzy, the chords smeared in artful ways and the overall vibe utterly heady. Last of all is the bubbly and dubby 'Gotta Let It Go' with its bottomless depths and chords that melt off into an infinite horizon. Gorgeous stuff from this always quality artist.

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The Curse Breaker
Cat: CMC 381. Rel: 16 Feb 24
The Curse Breaker (6:40)
What You Need (6:10)
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Line In The Sand EP
Cat: SLUMP 006. Rel: 16 Feb 24
Monster Island (7:10)
Bits N Bobs (7:38)
Xyloroll (6:38)
Sandy's Sway (7:21)
Review: Duowe are made up of Max and Will Owen, two minimal tech house devotees who are bringing the heat to the new generation of London-based operators. Their previous records on Fraise and Magic Carpet set the tone and now they're fully rounding out the Douwe vibe with this assured 12" for Slump. There's a cheekiness to the sound design aspects of the tracks, where playful noises and samples zap around the mix, and the grooves are smartly sculpted to make everyone do a wiggle, voluntary or not. Keep tabs on these two, they're on the rise.
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Tags: Tech House
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Brutus
Brutus (CD)
Cat: SSCD 17. Rel: 12 Feb 24
The Birth
The Spirit
The Death
The Ascension
Pipe Bomb
Body Blow
Zodiak
The Gooch
Review: Specter remains a steadfast pillar among the select artists on Theo Parrish's esteemed Sound Signature label. His latest album, Brutus, reaffirms the trust placed in him, delivering a distinct blend of house sounds. In this CD version, Specter masterfully fuses synthetic and organic elements, echoing the signature style of Parrish. Much like Parrish's own compositions, the house sounds on Brutus exhibit a harmonious blend of weathered, rustic tones and vibrant, futuristic visions. Specter injects profound meaning into his melodies, and the drums, whether subtle and elusive or bold and confrontational, consistently captivate, locking listeners into the rich tapestry of his grooves.
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Apericena EP
Apericena EP (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: VOV 18. Rel: 22 Jan 24
Quantity Check (6:37)
Blue Eyes Clear (5:19)
Quantity Check (Ryu's Rub) (5:49)
Nao Fazer Nado (5:00)
Review: The Vinyl Only label rolls on towards its 20th release here with Mar De Novo serving up the irresistible Apericena EP. 'Quantity Check' is a low-slung funker with noodling baselines and nice loose percussive rhythms under some exotic vocals. 'Blue Eyes Clear' is a more lavish and downtempo number of chilling by the Med come sundown and then comes Ryu's Rub of 'Quantity Check' which is more funky and fat-bottomed. 'Nao Fazer Nado' rounds out an escapist EP with some dreamy melodic chill-out sounds that will have you gazing off to the stars.
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Intérprete: The Owl
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Distant Phase EP
Cat: CEC 053. Rel: 19 Feb 24
Look At That (6:11)
From A Distance (6:40)
Flower Phase (6:04)
Past Cognitions (6:14)
Tags: Tech House | Minimal
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Axxanxxan
Axxanxxan (12")
Cat: CNPY 008-1. Rel: 06 Feb 24
Axxanxxan (6:41)
Axxiove (6:36)
Review: Opolopo and Alafia have hooked up here to work together on a new musical journey that takes the form of these two richly layered percussive monsters. 'Axxanxxan' and 'Axxiove' which arrive on this 12" from Canopy are as addictive as it gets - they fuse Afro rhythms and disco dazzle with synth innovation to create a pair of dance bombs with real tribal energy. The A-side is detailed with metallic bass, choppy guitars and swirling synths that add up to a nice tropical sotmg, while the flip has more prominent drums and hypnotic rhythms that have a subtle cosmos twist. Two gems from Canopy, then.
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Movin' 2 The Sound (feat Acid Jerks, Fort Knox 5, DJ Absolutely Shit remixes)
Movin' 2 The Sound (3:41)
Movin' 2 The Sound (Acid Jerks Refix) (6:10)
Movin' 2 The Sound (Fort Knox 5 remix) (4:01)
Movin' 2 The Sound (DJ Absolutely Shit remix) (5:40)
Review: From the artwork to the vocal stamps to the beats themselves, this is a brilliantly retro-tactic release that brings plenty of nostalgia to the dance floor. Ursula 100 serves up the goods with 'Movin' 2 The Sound' - a dense and intense cut with vocals musing on drum beats and rocking the house, electro-tinged bass and lashings of acid with plenty of analogue percussive sounds. The Acid Jerks Refix strips away some of the noise to focus on the 303 and loopy vocal fragments and Fort Knox 5 up the acid-electro vibes on their rework. Last of all, the DJ Absolutely Shit remix brings some big jungle breakbeats and lively sax. A fun and destructive EP for sure.
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36
Edits & Reworks
Cat: FOSSIL 003. Rel: 02 Oct 23
17 Daze (8:23)
It's A Deep Tune (6:20)
Tough Decision (5:15)
Just The Way (5:41)
Review: REPRESS ALERT!: Nenor returns to Fossils after some big releases on the mighty fine likes of Moodymann's Mahogani, Defected and Strictly Rhythm. And another fine 12" it is too, crafted from his array of vintage samplers, odd bits of music-making gear, a coveted synth collection and a mix of samples and live instrumentation. There is a mix of dusty house drums and soulful sampling to the raw opener '17 Daze', 'It's A Deep Tune' is just that with its distant bird class, jungle toms and warped bass and 'Tough Decision' brings an epic soul sample over more stripped back but compelling house drums. 'Just The Way' closes with an r&b vocal or minimal yet warm drums. The variety on this EP makes it all the more standout.
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37
Little I EP
Cat: RXT 01. Rel: 22 Feb 24
New Life (7:14)
Seven Miles Up (6:07)
No Going Back (7:33)
Dream (5:10)
Review: Fresh & Low started out as a production partnership between Calum Walker, David Robertson and Julian Dembinski, three deep house heads in the UK with something to say. It's telling they ended up synonymous with Guidance and that wave of dreamy, gritty groovers from the likes of Callisto and Dana Kelley, but their first record Little I arrived on West Side in 1997. The sound was already fully formed, hitting a seductive, nocturnal mood perfectly captured on the dubby sensuality of 'No Going Back'. Dirty drums, subtle swing and synth hooks you could just melt into - this is surely some of the best deep house ever made, reissued by Rawax and sounding better than ever.
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Tags: 90s House
 in stock $16.36
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Flutes Of Gold EP
Cat: RNTR 064. Rel: 06 Feb 24
Flutes Of Gold (8:08)
Right Beside Me (4:32)
Homage To Bossa (7:04)
Acid Party At Santa Barbara (6:06)
Review: The rightly lauded Bogota producer Felipe Gordon has always turned out plenty of high quality music and this year already he has lined up a new instrumental hip-hop album Psychedelic Melancholia. But that's not all because now he arrives on the much loved Razor-N-Tape with his fine Flutes Of Gold EP. The title track is pure joy with shuffling and jazz-infused house grooves topped with lush chords and golden melodies. 'Right Beside Me' has more swing to it and an intriguing vocal sample that is perfect for late night dances. 'Homage To Bossa' has Latin influences and 'Acid Party At Santa Barbara' has prickly 303s twisting and turning through another warm house arrangement.
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Intérprete: Dave Lee ZR, Gratts, DJ ROCCA
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Shawty Don't Play
Shawty Don't Play (1-sided 12")
Cat: DR 12051. Rel: 14 Feb 24
Shawty Dont Play
Review: Dolfin keeps it as classy as ever with this floaty new 12" from Ben Hixon and Stefan Ringer, two quality operators if ever there were some. They offer up just one cut on this single-sided slab of wax but a fine one it is too - the dusty drums have a certain heaviness to them while the wispy pads and noodling bass lines keep you suspended in mid-air. The seductive vocals bring a hip-hop energy to the deepest of grooves and ensure this one is going to get some emotions flowing when dropped in the small hours of the night in a cosy back room.
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40
Do Better
Cat: DR 0005. Rel: 06 Feb 24
Do Better (4:00)
Do Better (Monolog reprise) (4:35)
Review: Insatiable funk lovers rejoice! One of the most sought after top vocalist/songwriter Lee Wilson who's known to dominate house music dance charts week after week delivers this time a boogie banger 'Do Better'. The feel-good Original Mix on the A-side boasts a thick boogie synth bassline and uplieing chords that carry Lee's captivating vocals inspiring us with a strong message of positive self-image and self-improvement. The B-side features the monolog remix by multi-instrumentalist Yuki Kanesaka playing all vintage analogue instruments himself bringing that heavy funk to all diggers of sick grooves. Both tracks are upbeat, uptempo and ready to heat the floor.
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41
Fool's Paradise Sampler Vol 1
Mark Knight, Sgt Slick, Beverly Knight - "I Wanna Be Your Lover" (5:45)
Opolopo, Jaki Graham - "Fire" (6:07)
Review: Fool's Paradise is the exciting new label from Toolroom Records' Mark Knight. Coming straight from the heart, it's a natural progression from his hugely acclaimed 2021 album release, 'Untold Business', which saw Mark go back to his roots, paying homage to the more funky, soulful, and vocal house from the 1990s from where he came. With a focus on real instrumentation and production, coupled with great songwriting, this new Toolroom sublabel will be a platform for high quality house music designed to stand the test of time. Launching the new label with a mighty bang and delivering the first in our exciting new vinyl sampler series is head honcho Mark Knight, who joins forces with his Australian Toolroom labelmate, Sgt Slick, and British Soul sensation, Beverley Knight, on a dynamite cover of Prince's 1979 classic, 'I Wanna Be Your Lover'. Respectfully transporting the song onto today's dancefloors, Mark & Sgt Slick deliver a classy uplifting soulful house production, loaded with funky guitars, warm pads and sublime key performances. Adding the icing on the cake and putting her own stamp on things, Beverley belts out one of her signature spine-tingling vocals, garnished with lush harmonies and BV's that would indeed make The Purple One proud. Completing the vinyl package is dance music stalwart, Opolopo, and British soul icon, Jaki Graham, whom together bring the dancefloor heat with their new single, 'Fire'. Powered by a potent soulful house groove from Opolopo, loaded with warm piano hooks, emotive synth melodies and a sublime popping bass hook, 'Fire' see's Jaki flaunt her electrifying vocal talents with a show-stopping performance on this irresistibly catchy song.
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42
Ya Dig
Ya Dig (limited 12")
Cat: TD 01. Rel: 15 Feb 24
Ya Dig (Kaytronik Revision) (5:29)
Feeling Rite (8:17)
Review: For his latest trick, Karizma has decided to revisit 'Ya Dig', a killer cut from his 2013 album Wall Of Sound. Donning his Kaytronik guise, an alias often used for more tech-tinged (but no less soulful) productions, he delivers a remake rich in woozy, staccato synth sounds, lo-fi electronics, looped vocal snippets, flashes of soulfulness and beats as rubbery and righteous as you'd expect from the master of infectious rhythms. Over on the flip we get the previously unheard 'Feelin' Rite', where pal Osunlade's delay-laden vocals ride a crunchy, loose-limbed Afro-house beat and woozy, warming chords. It's the kind of track that you can get lost in, sonically, but is infectious and dancefloor-friendly enough to encourage proper heads-down dancing.
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Papua Nu Guinea (Re Booted)
Cat: 12 BOOT 17R. Rel: 30 Jan 24
Papua Nu Guinea (L Major remix) (6:31)
Papua Nu Guinea (Nishiesque remix) (3:50)
Papua Nu Guinea (Soul Central remix) (6:41)
Papua Nu Guinea (Dee Montero remix) (5:34)
Review: It's testament to the enduring quality and far-sighted nature of Future Sound of London's iconic 1991 single 'Papua New Guinea' that it keeps being 'rediscovered' by new generations of DJs. It has been a while, though, since any new reworks dropped - hence this 'Rebooted' edition. L Major kicks things off with a suitably cosmic, psychedelic and slow-building proto-jungle style offering, before Nishiesque flits between passages of hot-stepping, synth-laden d&b and slo-mo 4/4 chug. House heroes Soul Central reach for vintage hip-house breakbeats, ambient electronics and the original version's most life-affirming elements (the bassline, twinkling synth melodies and heady vocal samples), while Dee Montero re-casts the cut as a proggy, tribal-tinged tech-house roller.
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44
DFTD 704
DFTD 704 (red vinyl 12")
Cat: DFTD 704. Rel: 09 Feb 24
Breach - "Jack" (Jonathan Kaspar remix) (6:17)
Mason Collective X Bipolar Sunshine - "People In Love" (6:53)
Arielle Free - "Feels So Good" (5:35)
Bob Sinclar X A-Trak X Mele - "Deep Inside Of Me" (5:08)
Review: Defected's vinyl series continues to commit the label's biggest digital releases to wax for the first time, and this special twentieth edition has been created in partnership with Shelter, the housing and homeless charity. Together, in July 2023, the label and charity launched 'From House To Home', which pioneers an ingenious idea; taking 'house music' to its utmost logical conclusion, deploying reworks classic house tracks as fundraisers for helping secure actual housing for the homeless. On this latest edition to the series, Germany's Jonathan Kaspar remixes Breach's revered deep house anthem, 'Jack'. Then comes the bubbling Mason Collective and Bipolar Sunshine collab 'People In Love', shortly followed by the recent pop hit by Arielle Free, 'Feels So Good', before a round-off in the form of a generational collaboration between production pioneers Bob Sinclar, A-Trak, and Mele with 'Deep Inside Of Me'.
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45
Back To Love EP
Back To Love EP (limited 180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: HEIST 079. Rel: 05 Jan 24
Love Can Make It Happen (6:45)
Going Back To It (6:18)
Full Cycle (6:55)
Pockets (6:28)
Review: Some 30 years on from the release of his debut EP, DJ Sneak is still serving up indispensable dancefloor workouts marked out by chunky, swinging drums and energy-packed arrangements. Here the Chicago house legend pitches up on Dam Swindle's Heist Recordings label for the very first time. He begins in deep and dreamy mode via the punchy drums, wide-eyed vocal snippets and sumptuous string loops of 'Love Can Make It Happen', before slamming down some breathlessly brilliant 'bompty beats' and sleazy acid bass on the brilliant 'Going Back To It'. His ability to work short loops into a frenzy of heads-down and hands-aloft dancing comes to the fore on 'Full Cycle', while 'Pockets' is a breeze of brilliantly programmed, loose-limbed house beats, vocal stabs and wonderfully deep chords.
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46
Banana Resort
Cat: LITS 001. Rel: 08 Jan 24
Banana Resort (6:54)
Mr Boogie (7:05)
Flame (6:32)
Review: Swirl People have decided to launch a new label LITS (which stands for Lost In The Swirls) with new music from their reactivated Different Noodles alias. Wise move if you ask us because these tunes are top. 'Banana Resort' has an early West Coast tech house feel as well as hints of Chicago greats like Boo Williams and Glenn Underground. It's a super smooth and cool, breezy and balmy groove then 'Mr Boogie' gets more playful with bobbling drums and bright chord stabs under jazz leads. 'Flame' closes out a super strong EP with a more paired back sound built on fat drums and prying bass.
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47
Sugar Snap EP
Cat: HIPS 004. Rel: 13 Feb 24
Sugar Snap (6:33)
Interstellar (6:24)
Sugar Snap (Baldo remix) (6:19)
Interstellar (Matisa remix) (6:44)
Review: Two genuine rising stars collaborate here for the first time, as Semi Delicious label founder Demi Riquisimo joins forces with Japan-born, Bristol-based Manami. The duo opt to start in thrillingly positive and tuneful fashion on 'Sugar Snap', where Japanese-influenced melodic lead lines, spacey chords and jaunty organ stabs ride above a surging, tech-tinged house groove, before continuing the full-throttle star-gazing flavour on 'Interstellar'. Over on the flip, both tracks are given the remix treatment. Baldo turns 'Sugar Snap' into a bleeping, acid-propelled slab of hallucinatory neo-trance, while Matisa reaches for chunky organ bass, jumpy female vocal samples and fizzing electronics on a vintage UKG-influenced revision of 'Interstellar'.
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Idyot EP
Idyot EP (12")
Cat: B2R 012. Rel: 08 Jan 24
Idyot (feat Kristina Berger) (6:10)
Meet Me Halfway (feat Brothers’ Vibe) (6:03)
Come On Now (6:20)
Review: B2 Recordings rolls out more of its quality-assured deep house here with Label head Bengoa stepping up next for a new three-tracker that comes with featured guests Kristina Berger and Brothers' Vibe. 'Idyot' kicks off with deep and pulsing synths and clacking hits that bring an early Chicago vibe next to the libidinous and erotic vocals which really tease. 'Meet Me Halfway' sinks into a super silky groove that is deep as you like and driven by stylish drum hits under a muttered vocal. 'Come On Now' then sinks into a more acid-laced atmosphere with sustained chords keeping you on edge next to loose and jumbled percussion. It's a stylistically diverse EP, this one.

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Work
Work (hand-stamped 7" limited to 200 copies)
Cat: DR 7003. Rel: 14 Feb 24
Work (4:50)
Movedat (4:49)
Review: Ben Hixon has steadily released house gem after house gem on his Dolfin imprint. The label in just a little over eight years has created quite a robust discography with no signs of letting up. The newest 'Work', almost goes without saying that it reminds of us classic Chi-Town tracks from the heyday. But as the track moves on, you quickly forget the comparison as those beautiful keys play and the atmosphere sets in. Both 'Work' and 'Movedat' feature vocals from Rami who is co-credited on this wax. 'Movedat' is a bit more a minimal house banger but still is full of soul. Both tracks are strong winners and are sure to get a big response from patrons of the dancefloor. This 7" is limited to only 200 copies so grab one quickly!
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Tags: Minimal
 in stock $20.57
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Obedun Sweet Soup: Afrobeat Dance Spoken Words (Deluxe Edition)
Obedun (Sweet Soup) (Orlando Voorn remix) (6:35)
Scelleton (Gilles Peterson remix) (5:55)
Genre Jam (Leslie Lawrence remix) (4:42)
Unisex Dilemma (Leslie Lawrence remix) (5:34)
Annarkey (Dennis Bovell remix) (6:38)
Summer Sax Breeze (Leslie Lawrence remix) (2:04)
Tags: Afrobeat | Afro House
 in stock $20.57
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