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Falling Down EP
Falling Down EP (12" + MP3 download code)
Cat: WGVINYL 99. Rel: 12 Feb 24
8Kays & Glowal - "Matematica" (feat Abrao) (6:21)
8Kays & Juan Hansen - "Falling Down" (6:52)
8Kays & Juan Hansen - "Falling Down" (Colyn & Beswerda remix) (6:04)
8Kays & Juan Hansen - "Falling Down" (Chris Avantgarde remix) (6:52)
8Kays - "Lyra" (5:23)
Review: Watergate, the cult Berlin club known for its riverside location and legendary LED ceiling above the dancefloor, is also a reputable tech house label that deals in fresh names only. Here it is 8Kays that makes a debut with Falling Down, a selection of superb collaborations including 'Matematica' with Glowal which is tense and electric tech with indie vocals and with Juan Hansen he cooks up the medically hopeful 'Falling Down' which then gets two remixes. Colyn & Beswerda make it into a moody and deep groove, Chris Avantgarde brings some peak time prog energy and solo cut 'Lyra' has a warm, paddy broken beat to cruise on through the stars.
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Vibrations EP
Cat: FUSE 056. Rel: 20 Feb 24
Vibrations (6:55)
Infinite Function (7:25)
Original Sin (8:12)
Vibrations (Malin Genie remix) (5:06)
Review: Fuse is one of those labels and parties that has a very distinctive sound and hardcore following for it. Spearheaded by Enzo Siracusa and now a real institution of the underground, here it looks to Admnti for three fresh new sounds. 'Vibrations' is kinetic future music that twists together wiry synths and tight tech drums into something irresistible. 'Infinite Function' is another brilliantly infectious mix of tech and dub that makes for high-speed groove-thrills and 'Original Sin' then takes a more spaced-out approach with warped acid lines. Malin Genie remixes the opener with a cool sense of deep house smoothness.
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Tags: Tech House
 in stock $14.76
Spirit Of House II
Spirit Of House II (12" in die-cut sleeve)
Cat: LAX 158. Rel: 08 Feb 24
Cruise In Paradise (6:54)
A Message To Mad Mike (6:20)
Paris Is Burning (6:33)
Soulful In Paris (6:20)
Review: Skylax has never cared for trends of fads and has always dealt in classically inclined house music from artists old and new. The French imprint now looks to Nicolas Aftalion for the second volume of his Spirit of House EP. He captures just that expertly with the opener 'Cruise In Paradise' riding a nice mid-tempo groove with heartfelt vocal hooks. 'A Message To Mad Mike' ups the energy a little with more prominent pads and 'Paris Is Burning' taps into a sense and soulful groove with lush, lazy drums. 'Soulful In Paris' has a nice 90s feel the way the chords and drums sit with one another and is sure to bring the good times.
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Joy & Pain (Dr Packer Remixes)
Cat: MS 525. Rel: 19 Feb 24
Joy & Pain (Dr Packer extended mix) (6:53)
Joy & Pain (Dr Packer dubstrumental mix) (5:48)
Review: Donna Allen's 1988 cover of Maze classic - a glossy, synth-sporting, decidedly loved-up 80s soul affair - is perhaps not one of her most celebrated singles, but it's still a genuine gem - and a fine alternative interpretation of a much-loved song. As you'd expect, this remixed edition looks firmly towards 21st century dancefloors, with popular re-editor-turned-remixer Dr Packer upping the tempo and reaching for disco-flecked house beats in a bid for peak-time plays. The Aussie producer's A-side vocal version is tasteful and undeniably club ready, making use of most of the original instrumentation while (we think) re-playing the bassline. That bassline comes to the fore more on the stripped-back (but similarly loved up) B-side 'dubstrumental' mix.
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Intérprete: Juno Recommends Disco
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Full Moon Fever
Cat: XK 034. Rel: 13 Feb 24
Full Moon Fever (6:21)
Open Minded (5:51)
Stormy Tuesday (5:51)
Virtual Reality (6:37)
Tags: Tech House
 in stock $14.50
Mystic
Mystic (12")
Cat: HUDD 070. Rel: 09 Feb 24
Pure Feeling (5:24)
Rico Balanco (5:40)
In Between The Beat (6:28)
Mystic (5:42)
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We Keep Livin' For Today
Cat: ARNO 001. Rel: 09 Feb 24
Up 2 No Good (6:01)
Women (6:15)
We Keep Livin' For Today (7:49)
Heavy Metal (3:38)
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Stick Around EP
Cat: HPF 025. Rel: 08 Feb 24
Stick Around (8:04)
Welcome To House (8:05)
Son Of The Night (7:33)
Let's Bounce (8:19)
Review: House Puff hits a quarter of a century of releases with Artmann's new Stick Around EP. And it's pure vibes from the off: 'Stick Around' is the sort of warm and feelgood house cut that invites you to cruise along on sweet basslines next to soulful vocals that melt away your woes. 'Welcome To House' then picks up the energy with crispy snares and old school vocal stylings while 'Son Of The Night' is an organ-laced house shuffler with pent up energy a plenty. Last but not least is 'Let's Bounce' with its driving bass pulses and subtle spoken words all bringing the groove to life.
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Tags: Tech House
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Start To Relax EP
Cat: KPC 001. Rel: 01 Feb 24
Outflow (6:14)
Sensible Counting Acab (6:43)
Press Start (6:02)
Relaxane (5:46)
Review: Marseille-based DJ Jo SZT is from the Atipik Crew and now he steps out to launch his own new imprint Komplices. It kicks off with this first EP from his mate Atree over in Berlin and is a perfectly twisted mix of tech, minimal and acid. 'Outflow' begins with low-slung creeper and warped bass, then 'Sensible Counting Acab' spins out on a more lithe cosmic tip and 'Press Start' gets back to ragged synths, snappy hits and serrated basslines. 'Relaxane' shuts down with a nice mechanical rhythm and seductive vocal whispers.
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The Chord Chronicles EP
Cat: ADAM 010. Rel: 20 Feb 24
Deepozzarella (7:26)
Chordlift (7:18)
Tension (12:01)
Review: Keeping the house flavour bedded into minimal since the mid 00s, Audio Werner has long perfected a sleek, sublime style which maintains some 20 years in. On this new drop for Adam's Bite he's on superlative form, teasing out the most perfectly sustained double bass groove with just the barest of essentials for company on 'Deepozzarella' and then making everything sound so soulful in the process. 'Chordlift' opts for an airier tone, riding a more fractured groove that kicks tougher than most Audio Werner jams. 'Tension' completes the picture with the kind of subtly giddy roller which could truly take an afters in the stratosphere.
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Tags: Tech House | Minimal
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The remixes
Cat: TXXX 1. Rel: 11 Jan 24
Espionage (4:40)
Doomsday (5:09)
Pacemaker (5:42)
Electricity (5:36)
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Number 10 Part 2
Cat: TYD 0102. Rel: 16 Feb 24
B Love - "Video Soul" (6:49)
Arnic - "I'm Into You" (5:59)
Neik - "New Age" (7:47)
Atree - "Augmented Reality" (6:08)
Review: The next entry in Tresydos' tenth release series features another four sterling slices of contemporary minimal tech house trance fusions, leading in with B Love's 'Video Soul', which samples a television interview with legendary talk box funker Roger Troutman. Arnic follows that with the brooding synth construction of 'I'm Into You' before Neik's 'New Age' cools things down with a rolling, warm-up-friendly groove. Atree's 'Augmented Reality' is a spikier affair to end the record on an uptempo note, maintaining the playful energy which binds the whole record together in a burst of catchy baselines and cheeky samples.
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I Feel Good All Over (reissue)
Cat: RHRSS 32. Rel: 10 Jan 24
I Feel Good All Over (5:38)
Jacques Theme (5:38)
Release Your Body (5:07)
Let It Rip (5:29)
Review: Helmed by Kid Batchelor and Keith Franklin, Bang The Party were one of the first UK groups to capture the acid house explosion as it found a foothold in the legendary RIP parties and other seminal early spots. Their sound bridges the gap from the prior rare groove warehouse scene and gives it a sweaty Chicago injection, and it's captured brilliantly on this, their breakthrough debut record from 1987. There's a strong soulful edge to 'I Feel Good All Over', while 'Jacques Theme' has a dreamy, surreal tint, and 'Release Your Body' channels a little Motor City flair in its twitchy synth lines and drum programming, but crucially this was one of the first indications of house and techno finding a distinct character across the pond ahead of the wider house culture that would blow up in the years that followed. Truly pioneering music.
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Ju Ru Music
Ju Ru Music (brown vinyl 7")
Cat: SRM 2697. Rel: 13 Feb 24
Ju Ru Music (Afrikan Art) (6:32)
Ju Ru Music (Afrikan dub Drum Drums) (5:03)
Review: The Bayara Citizens dropped the original 'Ju/Ru Music' 7" on Joe Clausell's Sacred Rhythm label back in 2006. It has become a rather pricey little 45 prm that now gets reissued as two different, dubbed out Afro rhythms with swirling guitar licks. The Afrikan Art opener on the a-side is full of sunshine and Latin vibes thanks to the superbly plucked strings and shuffling groves, while the flip is the Afrikan dub Drum Drums version - darker, more percussive more moody. Both sides bring something different to any dub set.
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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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Southland Mystic EP (reissue)
Cat: HM 030B. Rel: 22 Feb 24
After Midnyte (6:03)
Lost Groove (3:55)
Puffed Tribe (7:16)
Badlands Oasis (5:54)
Review: The original only dropped last year but it soon sold out so here comes a reissue of this gem from Simoncino, known for his nostalgic house vibes, in collaboration with Benedek, a Los Angeles-based producer whose music blends atmospheric synths with elements of Balearic, proto-house, and deep boogie. The EP is a strong offering with standout tracks like 'Puffed Tribe' which combines Paul Simpson and Charles Webster influences, 'After Midnyte,' with its glistening guitars and glossy synths, and 'Badlands Oasis,' offering a more spacey and psychedelic vibe. Benedek's style bridges the gap between retro and futuristic, delivering a collection of tracks that evoke both nostalgia and anticipation.
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Tombstone
Tombstone (12" in hand-numbered sleeve limited to 200 copies)
Cat: FORTUNEA 030. Rel: 16 Feb 24
Tombstone (8:08)
Tombstone (Siggatunez Feels The Unknown mix) (7:03)
Tags: Tech House
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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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Brixia Sonora Remixed
Brokenspiel (Fred P remix) (8:29)
New Try (Pedro Ricardo remix) (5:32)
Paline (K-Lone 4/4 remix) (4:49)
Scent Of An Old Life (Rahaan re-edit) (5:55)
Askja (Bruise remix) (5:52)
Fili (Map.Ache remix) (6:43)
Review: Rebirth kicks off its 2024 with a remix EP that serves as "a tribute to the Brescian music scene in its many facets and declinations." The full original project is a complete 12-track album that brings together many different sounds, scenes and generations, with the best bits now assembled on this new 12". The revered deep house master Fred P opens up with some texture spiritual synth depths, K-Lone brings some nice house swing to his version of 'Paline' and edit maestro Rahsaan also keeps it paired back and late night on his soulful take on 'Scent Of An Old Life'. A great reimagining of some moving musical adventures, then.

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Opus
Opus (12")
Cat: ITF 10. Rel: 11 Jan 24
Opus (5:26)
Opus Velvet (5:42)
Opus (1) (4:46)
Breathless (6:50)
Tags: 90s House
 in stock $14.24
Mellow Tone
Cat: NB 001. Rel: 15 Feb 24
Mellow Tone (7:36)
Saturation (7:41)
Mellow Tone (Politics Of Dancing remix) (6:39)
Forever Dubs (7:12)
Tags: Tech House
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Night Soul
Cat: MULEMUSIQ 289. Rel: 05 Feb 24
Pau (5:22)
Pau (Bella Boo remix) (5:23)
Andrea (5:18)
Andrea (Longhair Offshore dub) (6:02)
Review: Mule Musiq has been an ever-present in the electronic underground but has never gone out of favour in the way so many labels do after their initial rise to the top. This new outing for the New Year puts Kasper Bjorke together with El Agua Es Profound for two originals that come with two remixes. 'Pau' is the sort of elegant elecrtronic sound you expect of this label - serene synths and nice clean drums with subtle hooks. The Bella Boo remix bliss things out even further and then 'Andrea' brings some cheery piano chords to a breezy and sunny groove that is perfect for open air dancing under wispy clouds. There is some extra pace to the Longhair Offshore dub for busier dancefloors.
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Tags: Minimal
 in stock $15.81
Turn Me On
Cat: BC 010. Rel: 15 Jan 24
Turn Me On (7:22)
Come To Me (7:54)
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I Know I Am
Cat: QUINTESSE 89. Rel: 14 Feb 24
I Know - I Am (6:05)
Deep Rotation (7:48)
TE2 (Blackburn Warehouse mix) (5:55)
Review: No one knows who Black Fan is just yet so we shall go right to the music - this new EP on Quintessentials epitomises the label's vibe - raw, deep, fad-free house sounds for the heads. The artist has been releasing music for almost a decade on the likes of Local Talk and this label but really stands out with this one. 'I Know - I Am' is a chord-laced dancer with subtlety uplifting energy, and 'Deep Rotation' then pairs it back to lovely wooden drum sounds and clacking hits that are infused with gently warming chords. 'TE2' (Blackburn Warehouse mix) brings more spangled synth energy and a rawer drum sound that is perfect for flashing lights and sweaty dancefloors.
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Intérprete: Superbreak
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Blue Wig (feat Stefan Ringer, Ben Hixon mixes)
Blue Wig (feat Stefan Ringer, Ben Hixon mixes) (hand-stamped 12" limited to 200 copies)
Cat: DREP 2060. Rel: 14 Feb 24
Blue Wig (Stefan Ringer remix)
Blue Wig (Ben Hixon remix)
Blue Wig (extended instrumental) (4:14)
Blue Wig (2:18)
Review: We have been really liking what we've heard from the Dolphin label out if the US of late. Now we get a taster of an upcoming album from Blaque Dynamite with a second single from it. Beka Gochiashvili features on keyboards and synthesizers throughout the cut. The Stefan Ringer remix is a wet and funky mix of jazz, house and experimental sound. It has a sleazy sense of vocal naughtiness to it with shuffling broken beats and rich layers of percussion. The original is an organic and loose-limbed deep house vibe and Ben Hixon brings a little more edgy tech to the drums.
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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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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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Song & Dance
Song & Dance (clear vinyl 12")
Cat: PHONOGRAMME 39. Rel: 19 Jan 24
Melodic Groove (6:59)
Nite Vision (7:02)
Artificial World (feat Jamiel Patton - 2023) (6:30)
Song & Dance (feat Jamiel Patton - Planet mix) (6:47)
Review: House doesn't get much more Chicago than when made by Boo Williams. The big man has been turning out the jams for decades, always with an irresistible sense of low-end bite and top-end fun. This outing on the French label Phonogramme comes on clear wax and is another crucial 12". 'Melodic Groove' is just that, with rolling drums and soft melodies perfectly intertwining while 'Nite Vision' is a more broken beat and percussive affair with swirling pads up top. 'Artificial World 2023' (feat Jamiel Patton) gets your head amongst the stars with its bright, lush keys and skipping soulful drums and last of all is another heady and cosmic house roller in 'Song & Dance' (feat Jamiel Patton - Planet mix).
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No Point EP
Cat: PLZ 043. Rel: 31 Jan 24
Ghost (6:04)
Beamed (5:12)
Pristine (6:18)
Temptation (7:01)
Review: Pleasure Zone continues to be an inspiring force in the European minimal tech house scene, and they've really pulled the stops out with this essential new release from Boutiq.808 and Tom Marvin. We're not hip to who these cats are, but their music says it all as they skip through snappy rhythms and bold synth forms with the kind of flair you might find on a Spacetravel record. If you appreciate your quirky minimal played out with a live immediacy and some of that Perlon-esque sauce, this record will be well up your street.
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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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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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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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El Silencio
El Silencio (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: AFTNEV 004. Rel: 14 Feb 24
El Silencio (club version) (8:14)
El Silencio (4:57)
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El Silencio
El Silencio (clear vinyl 12")
Cat: AFTNEV 004T. Rel: 14 Feb 24
El Silencio (club version) (8:14)
El Silencio (4:58)
 in stock $24.78
Sinewaves
Sinewaves (aqua blue vinyl 12")
Cat: UTS 16. Rel: 30 Jan 24
Sinewaves (6:45)
Burning (6:00)
ITICF (5:11)
Love Motion (6:15)
Review: A decade or so after making his debut, Greek producer Lee Burton is rightly revered as an artist with a trademark sound and a variety of rock-solid EPs to his name. Chris Stussy has long been a fan, hence bringing him to his Up The Stuss label for the first time. Burton has delivered, giddily skipping between sub-heavy, acid-laden peak-time hedonism ('Sinewaves'), rolling deep house funkiness smothered in intergalactic melodies and spacey chords ('Burning'), deep and acidic techno (the big room ready headtrip that is 'ITICF'), and the kind of immersive, loved-up and acid-flecked house goodness that's tailor-made for those light moments just before dawn ('Love Motion').
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Intérprete: Rave Energy
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Dey Know Vol 1
Dey Know Vol 1 (red splattered clear vinyl 12")
Cat: PHONOGRAMME 40. Rel: 02 Feb 24
Black Is Black (5:17)
Dr Devil (feat Brandon Banks) (5:07)
Real MF From The Ave! (3:48)
Rock That 808!!! (feat Jordan GCZ) (4:06)
Review: Byron The Aquarius (Byron Blaylock), from Birmingham, Alabama, debuts his latest EP for French Synchrophone sublabel Phonogramme, 'Dey Know Vol. 1'. Topping up an already hugely impressive backlog of releases on the label recently - from the likes of Abacus, Steeve O'Sullivan and Vitess - the producer and water carrier adds to their catalogue for a varied scrubdown of the more militant ends of techno's sonic politic. An impressove sense of variation is achieved on the expositionally minimal 'Black Is Black', which contrasts greatly to the ensuing space-quagmires of 'Dr Devil' and then the crude, bleepy and frank analog sonics of 'Real MF From The Avenue'. Dreamy narrations of local life abound, precluding the closing 'Rock That 808!!!', a track that is far more sophisticated and well-developed in sound than its wilfully blase title might suggest.
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Intérprete: Hilit Kolet
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Guitars On The 5th Cloud
Cat: SAVOR 024. Rel: 06 Feb 24
Funkhouser (7:17)
The Next Tomorrow (7:50)
Guitars On The 5th Cloud (7:34)
Don't Give Yourself Away (6:12)
Review: Savor Music is fast approaching its quarter century but just ahead of that milestone comes another timeless EP from Alexis Cabrera. Everything from Chicago jack to Detroit soul is referenced in these well-crafted and club-ready cuts, starting with the cosmic cruise that is 'Funkhouser'. 'The Next Tomorrow' throws it back to the 80s in its bright synth chords and 'Guitars On The 5th Cloud' sinks into a nice deep and heady mood with its melancholic bassline and skittish synth-guitar sequences panning about the mix over a soft acid gurgle. 'Don't Give Yourself Away' brings a touch of silky electro rhythm though a menacing bassline keeps things firmly rooted on the floor.

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Stay At Home Itaewon
Cat: SAH 004. Rel: 28 Feb 24
Electro (6:45)
Hip Hop (7:04)
House (6:59)
New Wave (6:06)
 in stock $16.62
Hot Pot 004 Rafael's Edits
Cat: HPR 004. Rel: 08 Feb 24
Heaven (6:55)
Nigeriac (7:01)
Review: Sao Paulo artist and About Disco label head Rafael Cancian once played Motor City Wine party in its native Detroit and was thought to hail from the city itself so synonymous was his sound with what the locals expected. As such he now steps up to Hot Pot with a new pair of edits starting with 'Heaven.' It's a fulsome cosmic disco stepper with low sling drums and plenty of shiny synths as well as soothing vocal coos that help take you to ecstasy. Flip it over and you will find 'Nigeriac' which is a syncopated mix of Afro funk and rock to shake your bones loose.
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Intérprete: LEGO EDIT
 in stock $13.45
Mass Consumption EP
Cat: TRECS 011. Rel: 08 Feb 24
Ill Met By Moonlight (7:06)
Skeksis II (4:35)
Going Thru Life (5:33)
Nod (5:19)
Review: The unstoppable and always innovative Derek Carr returns with a new outing on Trident that is as potent as thew UK's weapon defensive system of the same name. It kicks off with the bumping beats and vamping chords of 'Ill Met By Moonlight"' then takes in 'Skeksis II' which is a more brain frying and acid laced techno cut. There is a super sweet garage feel and soulful house edge to the liquid grooves of 'Going Thru Life' then 'Nod' shuts down with some Detroit style hi-tek soul to round out Carr's most diverse and effective EP for a while.
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The Change
Cat: 7XE 007. Rel: 28 Feb 24
The Change (3:44)
Sometimes (4:18)
Review: Berkeley-born Cornell CC Carter returns with 'The Change,' which is the lead single from his upcoming album on Expansion. Initially making waves with his debut album Vindicated Soul in 2017, Carter has become a force in the UK soul scene with subsequent albums such as One Love, Absolutely, and Next Life. With a storied career that includes collaborations with The Isley Brothers and performances alongside James Brown, he has been a staple on Expansion's Soul Togetherness and Luxury Soul series, and graced the stage at the Luxury Soul Weekender in Blackpool. Here 'The Change' comes with 'Sometimes,' which is produced by Brian Carter and offers a nice counterpoint to the a-side.
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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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Can't Pay My Bills EP
Cat: FYO 004. Rel: 27 Feb 24
Can't Pay My Bills (6:35)
Ay Papi (6:14)
Can't Pay My Bills (D'julz remix) (7:17)
Can't Pay My Bills (D'julz dub) (6:06)
Review: Ceri certainly has the skills to pay the bills despite what the title of this new EP on Find Your Own might claim. It is a full throttle house outing that opens with yelping diva vocals and retro baselines on 'Can't Pay My Bills'. Things get paired back to deeper, more menacing drums and bass on 'Ay Papi' and then it is over to French legend D'julz remix for a pair of B-side remixes. The first one brings his signature low end tech grooves with some bleeping melodies and the second one is a lovely warm dub for basement deployment.
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Tags: Tech House | Minimal
 in stock $14.50
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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Anthology
Anthology (12")
Cat: MATE 013. Rel: 05 Feb 24
Chasse - "Voila" (5:08)
Chasse - "Deep Link" (5:22)
Javonntte - "Sunday Brunch Cocktail" (6:45)
Javonntte - "When Music Feels" (4:36)
Review: Spanish label MATE host a four track, two artist 12" that stretches across the Atlantic to take in top house music talents from both sides. The Belgian duo Chasse follow their releases on Robsoul and Exploited take on the A-side, with 'Viola' proving a chunky but emotive offering held together by rhythmic sax stabs and suspended strings and 'Deep Link' a jazzier affair, the sax let properly loose as a plaintive piano loops atmospherically. The prolific Detroit producer Javonntte, a regular on the label, offers up the fantastic Moog improv wigout of 'Sunday Brunch Cocktail', registering some impressively original high frequency operations. 'When Music Feels' boasts a spoken word vocal from Javonntte's own sister and a more classic deep house sound with an uplifting, spiritual vibe. Maximum value for money via four very playable tunes.
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The Incident (Expanded Edition) (remastered)
Cat: ML 2313. Rel: 23 Feb 24
The Incident (Raw mix) (6:13)
The Incident (Smooth & Free mix) (5:02)
The Incident (Wet Dream mix) (5:43)
The Incident (Seduction mix) (5:02)
The Incident (Prototype 1) (5:07)
Review: Che dropped this x-rated EP back in 1994 with production from the one and only Mr Fingers himself. It came with a warning about the scene expressed in the recording being "a fantasy in the age of promiscuity" and advice to "always wear a condom''. The four cuts are hardcore deep house with classic Heard synths and chords which originally came with four mixes on Trackmode Recordings. They are all included next to a newly unearthed version from the archives of Alleviated and each of them hits a super sweet spot where cosmic pads and dynamic drums meet in harmony under the sleazy vocals.
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 in stock $14.24
Chihuahua On Acid
Chihuahua On Acid (limited hand-stamped 1-sided yellow vinyl 7")
Cat: INTRAUTERIN 010. Rel: 30 Jan 24
Chihuahua On Acid (5:33)
Tags: Acid House
 in stock $11.34
Limitless EP
Cat: ADID 103. Rel: 11 Jan 24
Seeking Solitude (6:44)
Limitless (6:35)
Guardians (6:48)
Review: The faultless All Day I Dream label is back with more zoned-out sounds for loved-up dances in the open air under a hot sun. Pippi Ciez is in charge of this one and it opens up with the beautiful melancholy of 'Seeking Solitude' which has chords draped over smooth rolling drums. 'Limitless' then lifts off into the stars with airy, floaty-light chords and wispy pads all ensuring you are cast adrift from your woes and left free to float in a happier place. Last of all, 'Guardians' is a sublime and supple deep house lament.
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 in stock $16.87
Progessive Roots Evolution: A Song For Healing
Progessive Roots Evolution: A Song For Healing (limited translucent yellow vinyl 12" + insert limited to 50 copies)
Cat: SRMLP 1011. Rel: 13 Feb 24
Progressive Roots (LP version)
Healer (reprise)
Progessive Roots (Cosmic Arts mix)
Progessive Roots (Spritiual take)
Heloise
Review: First released in digital and CD formats via Sacred Rhythm, 'Progessive Roots Evolution: A Song For Healing' hears Joaqin 'Joe' Claussell's indelible style of long-form spiritual house music re-flaunted to especial somatic ends. Intentionally crafted as a piece that bridges the needs of both the music and dance communities to whom Claussell is mutually close, this is a suite divided into multiple sections that feed on one another; they appose elements of samba, jazz and house, with ambient interstices and even ruminative piano meltdowns ('Healer', 'Heloise'). This ultra limited yellow LP edition is the audiophile's preference, its dynamism best flaunted on the floaty but driving 'Cosmic Arts' mix.
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 in stock $82.79
Cobra Edits Vol 10
Cat: COBRA 010. Rel: 06 Feb 24
Playa (5:20)
Bluea (5:56)
Janeb (5:41)
Tellb (6:08)
Doneb (5:24)
Sorry (6:19)
Intérprete: Paul Starey
 in stock $15.29
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