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Cat: HAVE 2 BLACK. Rel: 25 Apr 16
Deep House
  1. Cosmic Shit (feat Tre Hemingway) (3:40)
  2. Moments In Life (4:04)
  3. Exxxtasy (4:15)
  4. Space N Time (3:23)
  5. The Sun (3:50)
  6. Better Tomorrow (4:20)
Review: Byron The Aquarius resurfaced earlier this year after a nine-year absence, delivering the future jazz/deep house fusion of High Life on Sound Signature. This speedy follow-up on Kyle Hall's Wild Oats label is, if anything, even better. Warm, rich, soulful and evocative, it includes six superb cuts. These variously touch on off-kilter modern soul ("Co$mic $hit"), Herbie Hancock-influenced deep house (the jazz-funk synths, woozy chords and smooth beats of "Moments In Life"), intergalactic hip-hop beats (the impeccable "Space N Time"), blissfully Balearic house (the hazy positivity of "The Sun"), and jazz-influenced house rollers ("Better Tomorrow").
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Cat: S3AREC 007. Rel: 20 Jun 16
Deep House
  1. Intro (2:07)
  2. The Love Below (4:18)
  3. Coming To Detroit (1:42)
  4. The Essence (3:14)
  5. Bryon & S3A - "Nights In Tokyo" (6:32)
  6. Spacing Out (2:08)
  7. Memories Of Kenzu (4:29)
Review: The seventh release for Parisian label Sampling As An Art comes courtesy of Atlanta's Byron The Aquarius with the Euphoria EP. If you checked Byron's prior 2016 releases for Sound Signature and Wild Oats, you'll know to expect a diverse range of styles all produced with consummate expertise and that's exactly what we have on the Euphoria EP. There's some dusty hip hop joints like on "Intro", Coming To Detroit" and "The Essence" but there's also some real proper deep house. Like when we get treated with the wonderful "The Love Below" which is reminiscent of Fresh 'N Low and the rather KDJ sounding collaboration with S3A "Nights In Tokyo".
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Cat: EGLO 56. Rel: 21 Aug 17
Deep House
  1. Song For A Friend (feat Cropper) (4:26)
  2. Mind, Body & Soul (4:40)
  3. Blow Your Mind (4:24)
  4. SSDP (6:50)
Review: Since going solo last year, former Onra collaborator Byron Blaylock has yet to put a foot wrong. Each successive 12" has brought with it a swathe of killer new jams straddling the blurred lines between soul, jazz, hip-hop, deep house and jazz-funk. There's more of the same on Leaving This Planet, the Alabama-raised producer's first EP for the mighty Eglo. So while opener "Song for a Friend" is a superior, jazz-flecked deep house bumper smothered in killer electric piano solos, the track that follows, "Mind, Body & Soul" is a squelchy tech-jazz masterpiece. It's the same story on the flip, as floor-friendly jazz-breaks ("Blow Your Mind") make way for a heady trip into intergalactic jazz-funk territory ("SSDP"). As the worn-out old saying goes, this is "all killer, no filler".
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1988 EP (12")
Cat: FUTUREREACTIONS 04. Rel: 26 Jun 17
Deep House
  1. Do It Just Like U (6:51)
  2. Feel Like Making Love (6:21)
  3. Full Moon (feat MDMA) (5:07)
  4. The Sun God (Detroitmix) (4:15)
  5. Where Is The Love (reprise 91) (4:12)
Review: Byron's big payback continues... After a run of serious dispatches on the likes of Wild Oats and Sound Signature, the keys man now dives deep onto the ever-establishing Future Reactions Recordings. Arguably one of his most powerful collections of sounds to date, highlights hang off every silken corner. "Do It Just Like You" is a straight-up majestic jacker with all the right jazz principals and "Feel Like Making Love" more than lives up to its name. Elsewhere "Full Moon" will be a highlight for many thanks to its sultry chords and lamenting talkbox, "Sun Of Gold" fuses staccato keys with Phuture-flecked acid while "Where Is The Love" brings us to a switch-flipping finale with some fly-by-night breaks. Amen.
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Champa (12")
Ele
Cat: ELE 003. Rel: 13 Nov 17
Deep House
  1. Byron The Aquarius - "Planet Rock" (5:36)
  2. Cozy Bear - "Nudi Riddim" (7:14)
  3. Glenn Davis - "Holdin" (7:10)
  4. Fade (5:06)
Review: Eles bells, this new Vietnam-established/Manchester-based label aren't messing around. Following a remarkable debut from Cottam and their last V/A EP "Ha N?i Nights" comes another impeccable four track sample-based bounty: Byron The Aquarius delivers a hip-hop tickled chugger laced with jazzy twists in the form of "Planet Rock", Cozy Bear gets his bassline wiggle on to some spry off-beat percussion with "Nudi Riddim" while Glenn Davis's "Holdin" preaches nothing but pure gospel. Finally we close with the soothing pads and lightly brushed jack of "Fade" from a mysterious producer who remains nameless. A sublime journey on the highway to Ele.
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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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Eira (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: MEL 003. Rel: 04 Sep 17
Deep House
  1. Eira (feat Byron The Aquarius) (6:12)
  2. Eira (demo mix) (5:37)
Review: From 4Lux to Ten Thousand Yen, Earl Jeffers has been serving up plenty of upfront good time house music over the past few years, as well as steering the equally on point Chesus alias. Now he sidles over to the new Melange label with Byron The Aquarius in tow, and the sun kissed vibes are positively pouring out of the record grooves. "Eira" is where Byron flexes some on-point melodic input, laying down ludicrously rich keys to ramp up the soul status of this damn fine garage-y bumper. The "Demo Mix" of "Eira" resides on the flip and shows off a more stripped down, raw version that's no less satisfying on the ears.
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