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Various Vol 1
Various Vol 1 (red marbled vinyl 12")
Cat: PHONOGRAMME 50. Rel: 06 Sep 24
 
Deep House
Abacus - "Loisada"
Fred P - "States Of Motion"
Felipe Gordon - "The Gordon Way"
Byron The Aquarius - "When The Freaks Come Out" (feat Computer Jay)
Review: Multi-artist EPs have all been all the rage of late, though few can boast quite as strong a line-up of artists as this one from dependable French deep house label Phongramme. It begins with a gorgeous chunk of detail-heavy, sun-splashed electronic deep house brilliance courtesy of Abacus (an artist whose discography also contains outings on Prescription, Innermood and NDATL Muzik) and ends with a vibraphone-solo sporting shuffler from the effervescent Byron The Aquarius and Computer Jay ('When The Freaks Come Out'). Sandwiched in between you'll find two more must-have workouts: the bumpin', brilliant and spiritually uplifting 'States of Motion' by Fred P, and a typically dusty, jazzy and warming number by Colombian hero Felipe Gordon ('The Gordon Way').
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10 Years: Part 1 Of 3
Cat: D3E 018LTD. Rel: 06 Nov 23
 
Deep House
AsTreJinkins - "Terror" (5:06)
New Digital Fidelity - "TOI00e" (3:20)
Moroka - "Skidly" (5:19)
Byron The Aquarius - "Tua Su Ra" (6:04)
Nico Lahs - "It's Spelled BARI" (6:23)
Review: French label D3 - which when pronounced in French sounds like their word for Detroit - is a decade old and celebrates the milestone with a special three-part EP series. As has always been the case over that 10 year period, the sounds it serves up are deep and housey. This various artists affair kicks off with AsTreJinkins' slow and propulsive 'Terror' before some nice airy and live sounding broken beats from New Digital Fidelity. Moroka picks up the pace with some hi-tek soul that sounds straight from the Motor City and Byron The Aquarius shows off his mastery of the keys again with a dreamy deep cut 'Tua Su Ra'. Nico Lahs shuts down with a heavyweight beatdown in the form of 'It's Spelled BARI.'
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The Elements Series Pt 1
Cat: POEM 019. Rel: 12 Feb 24
 
Deep House
John Beltran - "Nuyorico" (7:01)
Javonntte - "Tropical Feelings" (5:10)
Kai Alce - "Benefit" (NDATL instrumental mix) (5:58)
Byron The Aquarius - "Sun Gods" (5:37)
Review: People Of Earth strides into the New Year with a new project called The Elements Series. Part one welcomes some serious names, not least Detroit's ambient and techno master John Beltran who kicks off with 'Nuyorico' a joyous, chord-laced house groove laden with organic percussion. Javonntte's 'Tropical Feelings' is another of his textbook deep house cuts with whispered vocals bringing a spiritual vibe. Atlanta's main man Kai Alce does his do with the jazzy synth energy of shuffling house cut 'Benefit' (NDATL instrumental mix) then Byron The Aquarius pairs things back to dusty drums and humid chords on 'Sun Gods'. This one is only for the real heads.
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 in stock $16.13
Gone Today Here Tomorrow (reissue)
Gone Today Here Tomorrow (reissue) (limited orange vinyl 12")
Cat: WO BB101ORANGE. Rel: 10 Jul 24
 
Deep House
Cosmic Shit (feat Tre Hemingway) (3:24)
Moments In Life (3:28)
Exxxtasy (4:41)
Space N Time (3:21)
The Sun (3:14)
Better Tomorrow (4:13)
Review: Byron The Aquarius has the sort of mad skills on a keyboard that evade all too many house producers. He has also spent years making beats for hip-hop artists so has plenty in his arsenal. His fantastic EP 'Gone Today Here Tomorrow' is a still standout collection of cuts on Kyle Hall's Wild Oats label that now gets reissued on limited orange vinyl 12". It is a superb showcase of his skills that traverse lithe deep house, cosmic grooves, plenty of mellifluous melodies and seductive late-night sounds. 'Moments In Life' is a particular favourite here.
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 in stock $35.51
Love 4 Music
Cat: ELOWR 002. Rel: 05 Apr 24
 
Deep House
Creepin' With U
Work That Girl (Tribal mix)
Inner Visions
Make Me Feel
 in stock $23.42
Dey Know Vol 1
Dey Know Vol 1 (red splattered clear vinyl 12")
Cat: PHONOGRAMME 40. Rel: 02 Feb 24
 
Deep House
Black Is Black (5:17)
Dr Devil (feat Brandon Banks) (5:07)
Real MF From The Ave! (3:48)
Rock That 808!!! (feat Jordan GCZ) (4:06)
Review: Byron The Aquarius (Byron Blaylock), from Birmingham, Alabama, debuts his latest EP for French Synchrophone sublabel Phonogramme, 'Dey Know Vol. 1'. Topping up an already hugely impressive backlog of releases on the label recently - from the likes of Abacus, Steeve O'Sullivan and Vitess - the producer and water carrier adds to their catalogue for a varied scrubdown of the more militant ends of techno's sonic politic. An impressove sense of variation is achieved on the expositionally minimal 'Black Is Black', which contrasts greatly to the ensuing space-quagmires of 'Dr Devil' and then the crude, bleepy and frank analog sonics of 'Real MF From The Avenue'. Dreamy narrations of local life abound, precluding the closing 'Rock That 808!!!', a track that is far more sophisticated and well-developed in sound than its wilfully blase title might suggest.
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Akira EP
Akira EP (limited 180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: HEIST 065. Rel: 27 Oct 22
 
Deep House
I Love Yo (5:37)
Get Up (5:36)
Love (4:04)
Success (5:08)
I Love Yo (Kush Jones remix) (4:59)
Review: Atlanta-based Byron The Aquarius has that innately soulful touch to his music which never tires, and after his The New Beginning album on Shall Not Fade he's appearing on Dutch label Heist Recordings with some plush, funking and bumping house gear that's as classic as it is fresh. Just listen to the way he refines the garage house approach on 'Get Up', at once nailing the sound while giving it a sheen that all imitators fail to capture. There's even some uptempo broken beat which edges towards drum & bass on 'Love', but yet again this is Byron doing Byron - accept no imitations!
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Us Against The World
Cat: LBDR 001. Rel: 26 Jan 24
 
Hip Hop/R&B
Love Instrumental (Tribe) (2:13)
I Miss Love (Love) (2:34)
Walk In My Shoes (3:46)
No 1 In The World (3:50)
Tired Of The Bull$hit (instrumental) (3:29)
Trying To Get Back 2 U (4:02)
Take It Back (Fool) (3:08)
Egyptology (feat KC Chill) (3:42)
Reap What You Sow (feat Enuff & Jaia Melodies) (3:40)
Time (4:15)
Wu Wu Intermission (5:09)
Play That Back (feat Jaz Wilson) (4:09)
Review: Master keys man Byron The Aquarius started out making hip-hop then in the last few years moved into house music and dropped some super deep and classy jams. Now he gets back to his roots with this new project from Birmingham, Alabama, alongside Shurlock, who started way back in 1990. The album takes its title from the fact both men were always told they would never make it out of their hometown. "Well this project is for those that stop dreaming, and believed that Shurlock, and Byron would never make it in the world of music," they say. It's a superb record with some fine guest bars to boot.
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 in stock $28.79
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