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Deep Love 15
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Deep Love 15 (12" + CD)
Cat: DIRT 091. Rel: 21 Sep 15
Deep House
  1. Brame & Hamo - "Triple Treat" (5:33)
  2. Nachtbraker - "Catch Up" (5:05)
  3. Homework - "Pleister" (5:09)
  4. Voyeur - "The Long Way Home" (6:43)
  5. Kyodai - "Tieflicht" (8:16)
  6. Laurence Guy & Harry Wolfman - "The Schrew"
  7. Soul Of Hex - "Mirror Makers"
  8. Loz Goddard - "That Same Thing"
  9. Ponty Mython - "Let Me Show You The City"
  10. Kito Jempere - "Dizzy Talks"
  11. Downtown Party Network - "Inch Of Light"
  12. Waifs & Strays vs PBR Streetgang - "See Me Now"
  13. Rhythm Operator - "Truth"
  14. Edit Murphy - "Maybe One Day We Can Be Friends"
  15. Schmutz - "Lies"
  16. John Barera - "True To Yourself"
Review: Dirt Crew's popular Deep Love series returns for a fifteenth time, with another all-star cast of label favourites and special guests providing a quintet of smooch-friendly deep house treats. Brame & Hamo kick things off with the twinkling pianos, soft focus vocal samples and jazz-flecked beats of "Triple Treat", before Nachtbraker pushes the acid bass up to 11 on the cosmic rumble of "Catch Up". Homework's "Pliester" is a warm and woozy delight full of blissful electronic pianos and US garage influenced chords, while Voyeur impresses with the bumpin', jazz-flecked deep house soul of "The Long Way Home". It's Local Talk regular Kyodai who steals the show, too, with the loopy, off-kilter shuffle of "Tleflicht".
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Let's Get Away
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Cat: MULEMUSIQ 201. Rel: 27 Jun 16
Deep House
  1. Let's Get Away (7:29)
  2. Let's Get Away (dub) (7:12)
Review: Although Kyodai sounds like a producer out of Japan, Javier and Luis Garayalde Oses are Berliners through and through and very much in line with the rest of the excellent Mule Musiq label. Their previous material has come mainly through the equally excellent Freerange label, a slew of releases that has earned them a place on what is perhaps the most credible and reassuring deep house label on the market. "Let's Get Away" is loose and airy, a stunning house voyage with a soulful sensibility and a pop mentality; the dub version on the flip is deeper, more hypnotic and focused primarily on the groove. Lovely stuff right here...
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