Secure shopping Secure shopping

Studio equipment

Our full range of studio equipment from all the leading equipment and software brands. Guaranteed fast delivery and low prices.

Visit Juno Studio

Secure shopping Secure shopping

DJ equipment

Our full range of DJ equipment from all the leading equipment and software brands. Guaranteed fast delivery and low prices.Visit Juno DJ

View:
Options
Items 1 to 6 of 6 on page 1 of 1
Ascending Nodes
 Add to cart
 in stock $10.72
Cat: SIS ANOTAL. Rel: 03 Apr 17
Deep House
  1. Echoes (6:35)
  2. This Way (7:04)
  3. Unhidden Blues (6:03)
Review: Since debuting with an EP of Detroit revivalism on ClekClekBoom a couple of years back, Parisian DJ/producer Aleqs Notal has been touted as one to watch. Ascending Nodes is his first release of 2017, and switches from Detroit techno to melodious deep house. A-side "Echoes" is a sublime piece of electronic machine soul, with cascading melody lines, fluttering synth solos and rich chords riding a smooth but skittish groove. It feels a little like a cross between Nu Guinea and Rick Wade, which is no bad thing. Flip for the bongo-driven deep house dreaminess of "This Way", and the Larry Heard meets Ron Trent bliss of "Unhidden Blues". Notal is clearly a talented producer, but this EP proves that he also has the musicianship to match.
Read more
Motions
 Add to cart
 in stock $10.72
Motions (12")
Cat: SIS 004. Rel: 19 Nov 07
Deep House
  1. Motions (original mix)
  2. Motions (Sunrise dub)
  3. Motions (beats)
The Detroit Upright EP
 Add to cart
 in stock $10.72
Cat: SIS 026. Rel: 11 Apr 16
Deep House
  1. The Detroit Upright (6:21)
  2. Who We Are (6:17)
Review: Patrice Scott's long awaited debut album, Euphonium, was arguably one of the most underrated full-lengths of 2015. Happily, he's kept the quality threshold high for this follow-up EP. "The Detroit Upright" is particularly potent, with effortlessly smooth keys stretching out over rich chords and bumpin' deep house beats. On the flip, Scott doffs a cap to the hazy, jazz-funk influenced styles of 2000 Black, on the impeccable broken beat/deep house fusion cut, "Who We Are". Weighty at the bottom end, and blessed with both starry keys and delay-laden synth lines, it's the kind of track you could imagine Theo Parrish losing his shit to.
Read more
Soulfood
 Add to cart
 in stock $10.72
Soulfood (12")
Cat: SIS 029. Rel: 26 Jun 17
Deep House
  1. Soulfood (6:17)
  2. Feels So Good (6:32)
  3. InstantGratification (5:28)
Review: When Patrice Scott offers you a steaming hot slab of Soul Food, you should gleefully accept. After all, there are few producers in Detroit - or elsewhere, for that matter - who can pack quite as much life-affirming flavour into their dancefloor delicacies. This particular EP sees him in deep house mode, combining luscious musical touches - rich chord progressions, bubbling synthesizer melodies and yearning piano flourishes - with nods towards vintage Motor City tech-soul. Choose between the Kaidi Tatham Rhodes stabs, analogue bass and intricately layered drums of "Soulfood", the dreamy, late night fluidity of "Feels So Good", and the gentle summer breeze that is closer "Instant Gratification".
Read more
Items 1 to 6 of 6 on page 1 of 1
Labels
 
Format
 
Release Date
Monthly payment
Number of monthly payments
Cash price
Deposit to pay
Loan amount
Loan repayment
Cost of loan
Total amount payable

Only available to UK residents over 18, subject to terms and conditions. More info here.

These rates of finance are based on this specific product and can be applied for once this item has been added to the cart. Adding other products to your cart may change the rate of finance or deposit required.

Checkout and apply for finance now
Close