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FORTHCOMING
Vol 1
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Vol 1 (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: ST 001. Rel: 04 Sep 17
Deep House
  1. Jesse Bru - "Futaki"
  2. DJ Aakmael - "Offering"
  3. M Vaughan - "Reel Recognize Reel"
  4. Moony Me - "Taurora"
Review: Super Tuff Records is a Brooklyn-based deep house label run by M. Vaughan. Inspired by the eccentric style of imprints like Studio Barnhus, Smallville, and Uncanny Valley, Super Tuff will always strive to stay genuine in its celebration of honest and unafraid house music. Each forthcoming EP will be a four track V/A featuring newcomers and established artists alike.

Super Tuff Records' debut EP is a four track V/A that boldly sets the tone for the new project: moody, melancholy, and infectious. On the A-side, Jesse Bru's ""Futaki"" is a sultry cut reminiscent of early Herbert productions, while Richmond deep guru DJ Aakmael serves up the brooding ""Offering"" to smooth out the A2 slot. The B-side sees the label boss himself taking some Detroit inspiration via ""Reel Recognize Reel,"" and closing out the effort is Vienna-based producer Moony Me, with the bittersweet, string-soaked ""Taurora.
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An Introduction Part 2
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  1. Marcos Cabral - "Prochainement" (7:46)
  2. Byron The Aquarius - "Full Moon" (feat MDMA) (5:09)
  3. Lady Blacktronika - "Can We Still Be Friends?" (7:05)
  4. DJ Aakmael - "Transit" (5:58)
Review: Given that Croatia's Dimensions Festival is one of the most consistently on-point electronic music events around, it figures that their new off-shoot label should regularly hit the spot, too. Certainly, the early signs are good. This second sampler single impresses from start to finish. Occasional L.I.E.S artist Marcos Cabral kicks things off with a fine chunk of fluid, underwater deep house ("Prochainement"), before Byron The Aquarius reaches for the talkbox on the sumptuously deep, soulful, jazz-funk influenced house bliss of "Full Moon". Lady Blaktronika gets things going on side B with the groovy, late night Detroit deep house bump of "Can We Still Be Friends". Arguably best of all, though, is the dreamy, jammed-out analogue deep house warmth of DJ Akmael's "Transit".
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Journey EP
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Journey EP (12")
Cat: RS 024. Rel: 21 Nov 16
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Journey (6:34)
  2. Journey (Losoul remix) (8:55)
  3. Smoothie (7:29)
  4. Smoothie (Norm Talley remix) (8:27)
Alternate Takes
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Alternate Takes (yellow vinyl 12")
Cat: KLRLTD 023. Rel: 23 Nov 15
Deep House
  1. Roses (6:51)
  2. Fourpoint-5 (7:01)
  3. Equinox (7:43)
  4. H4 (6:50)
Review: Dusty and soulful deep house jams from Richmond, Virginia's DJ Aakmael aka Greg Stewart who has actually been producing since 2004 on a variety of labels but mainly his own imprint, UnXpozd Entertainment. First track "Roses" utilises some stunning grand piano and trumpet solos as well as a sample from 'Jean" by Rod McKuen to accompany some tight rhythm patterns and rich strings. "Fourpoint-5" is classic deep house reminiscent of old Mr. Fingers, in all its emotive and melancholic glory. On the flip there's "Equinox" keeping on with a deep and soulful Detroit deep house sound that fans of Kai Alce would appreciate while "H4" ends things on truly uplifting note, with its dreamy xylophone vibes working with some more nice trumpet sounds and rich strings on a seven minute epic reminiscent of Chris Brann's Wamdue Project from way back. This is quality!
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Daydreeming EP
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Cat: FR 220. Rel: 17 Oct 16
Deep House
  1. Daydreeming (6:45)
  2. Daydreeming (Rimbaudian remix) (6:47)
  3. Basement 2 (6:38)
  4. Beacot Road (6:45)
Plastik People Collections Volume Five
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Cat: PPC 05. Rel: 05 Dec 16
Deep House
  1. DJ Aakmael - "Deeprespectrak" (7:02)
  2. Lars Behrenroth - "Infection" (7:41)
  3. Mark Nicholas O - "Deep Groove" (6:00)
Review: Hailing from New Mexico and on a mission to uphold the principles of soulful house music, Plastik People offer up another fine selection of operators who understand the legacy laid down by the pioneers of true deepness. DJ Aakmael has been doing his thing on labels like Uzuri and his own UnXpozd Entertainment for a long time, and he's on perfect form on "Deeprespectrak" (with a little assistance on the mic as well). Lars Behrenroth meanwhile brings a drum heavy pressure to the otherwise smooth "Infection", and Mark Nicholas O lays down a sharp and nagging garage beat laden with jazzy licks.
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