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It's House Not House EP
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It's House Not House EP (coloured vinyl 12" (comes in different coloured vinyl, we cannot guarantee which one you will receive))
Cat: KLRLTD 013. Rel: 08 Apr 13
Deep House
  1. Bicep - "Feel It"
  2. Rick Wade - "Free"
  3. DJ Sprinkles - "Kissing Costs Extra"
Review: The Kolour Ltd label breaks radio silence and does it in style with the heavy hitting It's House Not House EP featuring contributions from Bicep, Rick Wade and DJ Sprinkles! Finding themselves in such respected company, Bicep elect to celebrate their Kolour Ltd debut by granting "Feel It" the vinyl platform it deserves, with the track a much requested secret weapon of their DJ sets. Rick Wade keeps up his near 100% appearance record in the weekly release schedules with "Free" a gem from his late 90s past whilst the flip has DJ Sprinkles going deep in the producer's own inimitably vintage style across 11 minutes on "Kissing Costs Extra".
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10 Years Of Hudd Traxx: Now & Then Part 2
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  1. Luna City Express - "Good Condition" (5:18)
  2. Sek - "Thug Life" (interlude) (6:26)
  3. Iz & Diz - "Happy" (7:55)
  4. Rick Wade - "Do It" (5:41)
Review: The second part in the Hudd Traxx 10th Anniversary 'Now & Then' compilation sees tracks from Luna City Express, Sek, Iz & Diz and Rick Wade. Berlin duo Luna City Express serve up a lush deep house groove that builds throughout the track, and will bring a smile to the faces of those who follow them on their beloved Moon Habour Recordings. Sek uses slick beats, trippy leads, a driving bassline and some 'Thug life' vocals to ensure this one has 'future classic' written all over it. Go back in time (to 2006 to be precise) on the 'Then' side to find Iz & Diz's 'Happy'. The words 'epic' & 'journey' are often misused in music but both can be mentioned about this track. It had devastating effect on first release and is set to do the same again nearly 10 years later. Rick Wade closes things out in fine style to fly the Detroit flag on an all Chicago / Detroit side.
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Admantium
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Admantium (white vinyl 12")
Cat: DRUZHBA 002. Rel: 14 Nov 16
Deep House
  1. Admantium (6:27)
  2. Dig It (6:55)
  3. Admantium (Melodie remix) (8:40)
Players Theme
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Cat: ROBSOUL 119. Rel: 25 Mar 13
Deep House
  1. Player's Theme
  2. Can't You See
  3. I Feel Good
Review: Following the recent dip into the Theo Parrish archives that was The Twin Cities, Phil Weeks' Robsoul imprint looks to another one of Detroit's adopted sons in the form of Rick Wade. Like that recent Parrish reissue, Weeks re-releases another three tracks from Wade's bulging discography. The upbeat disco loops of "Players Theme" was originally released on French label Funky Chocolate in 2002 and still sound fresher than anything being plied by the Soundcloud dwellers today, while "Can't You See" from 2003 provides a more soulful take on house music. On the flip, the tracky funk and cascading string melodies of "I Feel Good" originally graced Wade's own Harmonie Park imprint in 1998, but sound no less vital today. Essential.
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Guardian Of Forever
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Cat: SNF 014. Rel: 05 Jun 17
Deep House
  1. Guardian Of Forever (5:39)
  2. Meeting (5:26)
  3. Feels (6:58)
  4. Feels (LK remix) (6:19)
Review: Detroit legend Rick Wade (or Big Daddy Rick) is an artist who needs little introduction: a true house music legend! He steps up for the fourteenth release on British imprint Shall Not Fade with these four quality tracks. A side cuts "Guardian Of Forever" and "Meeting" really channel that Harmonie Park sound: a signature groove that he has worked tirelessly at for the better part of at least 20 years. On the flip is "Feels" which gets an absolutely stellar remix by "LK" and injects the track with a real tough groove that's all about that sense of shuffle and swing. Following up great releases by Steve Murphy, Adriyano and Pascal Viscardi: this label is really bringing some top game at the moment.
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The Exilir
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The Exilir (12")
Cat: HP 017. Rel: 10 Oct 16
Deep House
  1. Prime Impact (6:35)
  2. Seducer (6:37)
  3. Unreleased One (6:58)
  4. Never Lost (5:47)
Memory's Mirror
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Cat: MH 06. Rel: 24 Nov 14
Deep House
  1. Taboo
  2. Kordeography
FORTHCOMING
Portraits
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Portraits (12")
Cat: CAO 006. Rel: 23 Jun 17
Deep House
  1. Discolicious
  2. Still Angry
  3. Discolicious (KEENE Hood edit)
  4. Still Angry (Gonzo-Gonzo edit)
Night Track (reissue)
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Cat: PND 5THSPECIAL. Rel: 08 May 17
Techno
  1. Night Track (5:26)
  2. Cold Space (8:32)
The Vault
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The Vault (12")
Cat: HOUSEWAXLTD 007. Rel: 16 Mar 15
Deep House
  1. Wired (5:21)
  2. The Vault (5:05)
  3. Daybreaker (5:38)
  4. Night Heroes (6:40)
Review: Its some 21 years since Michigan deep house veteran Rick Wade released his first 12", and his appetite to make and release music shows no signs of dimming. The Vault sees him in ultra-deep Motor City deep house mode, delivering a quartet of tracks blessed with his usual enticing grooves and sleepy atmospherics. There's a loose and organic feel to the title track's undulating chord sequence and disco-influenced drums, while "Wired" pairs hustlin' rhythms with his usual dreamy pads. There's a slightly skippy feel to the beats and chords on "Daybreaker", while "Night Heroes" bobs and weaves around a cymbal-heavy tech-house groove.
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Escapism
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Escapism (12")
Cat: POEM 006. Rel: 13 Feb 17
Deep House
  1. Escapism (5:42)
  2. Stand Alone (6:25)
  3. Understand (7:13)
Review: Longstanding Detroit deep house veteran Big Daddy Rick returns with three timeless reminders of his relevancy and resonance. "Escapism" is one of those classic ebb and flow tracks that laps gently but powerfully with mournful chords and slight air of cinematica while "Stand Alone" carries all the hallmarks of Rick's hometown with its rippled detuned chords and robust stately drum arrangement. "Understand" plays the consummate finale with its shuffled broken beats and dreamy 50s movie flourishes. Understated.
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