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Gentrified Love Part 2
  1. Warrior Code (6:40)
  2. Leave The Funk To Us (9:43)
Review: In his usual no-nonsense fashion, Theo Parrish has not said much about the surprise release of Gentrified Love Part 2, despite it being his first fresh material since 2014. The EP features contributions from two of the Detroit's legends oldest friends: Rotating Assembly member Duminie DePorres, and original Slum Village member Waajeed. A-side "Warrior Code" is a quietly foreboding proposition, with spiraling electronics, jammed keys and cosmic chords riding a chunky, West London style broken beat groove. Flip for the altogether brighter and breezier "Leave The Funk To Us", a jaunty and jazz-wise 4/4 excursion blessed with some superb, Herbie Hancock style jazz-funk keys.
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Show Me
Show Me (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: NFRV 006. Rel: 15 Mar 21
Deep House
  1. Show Me (Waajeed Black Messiah remix) (6:06)
  2. Show Me (Saison original mix) (7:31)
  3. Show Me (Saison unreleased dub) (7:00)
  4. Show Me (Waajeed Black Messiah instrumental) (6:05)
Review: The mysterious Moondance has been receiving plenty of praise for his, her or their second EP on Local Talk, and it's easy to see why. In its' original form (B2), 'Never Find Love' sits somewhere between jazz-house, synth-heavy deep house and the kind of luscious, piano-heavy productions that Ron Trent has become famous for. Arguably even better though is the A-side 'Amen Mix', which brilliantly joins the dots between tech-jazz, early UK breakbeat house, Motor City deep house and Larry Heard style dancefloor bliss. Also worth a listen is bonus cut 'The Moon Dance (2020)', a jazz-funk-fired deep house number that's as luscious and life-affirming as it is spacey and loose-limbed. In a word: essential!

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Ten Toes Down EP
Ten Toes Down EP (12" + insert)
Cat: DTR 016. Rel: 05 Aug 19
Deep House
  1. Heavy (feat Candi Lindsey) (6:04)
  2. Heavy (instrumental) (6:06)
  3. Deeper Into Blue (feat Candi Lindsey) (5:41)
  4. Too Black (5:31)
Review: Detroit mainstay Waajeed is back on the case with another heavyweight slab for his Dirt Tech Reck label. "Heavy" pulls no punches - this track is peak time soul music turned up to 11 not least thanks to Wu-Tang songstress Blue Raspberry under alias Candi Lindsey's staggering diva vocal. The track also comes in instrumental form, but trust us and reach for the vocal to send a crowd into rapture. Lindsey returns on "Deeper Into Blue", another sprightly house cut with melancholy and hope in equal measure. "Too Black" rounds the EP off with a twitching broken beat groove that speaks to Waajeed's accomplished history in the truly soulful end of contemporary club music.
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Detroit Love Vol 3
WAAJEED/VARIOUS
Detroit Love Vol 3 (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: PEDL 003LP. Rel: 15 Nov 19
Deep House
  1. Roddy Rod - "Overbite" (8:22)
  2. 14Kt - "We Out Chea" (6:35)
  3. D Love Muzic - "Celestrial" (club mix) (6:41)
  4. Teflon Dons - "Gonna Tell Me" (7:08)
  5. LADYMONIX - "WhoRU" (6:19)
  6. DJ Rimarkable - "I'm In Trouble" (8:47)
  7. Matthew Law - "Minimariddim" (4:31)
  8. Damon Bell - "Mermaid Blues" (feat Camille Safiya) (11:31)
Review: Sometime Slum Village member turned soulful deep house hero Waajeed is the latest Motor City legend to compile a volume in Planet E's ongoing Detroit Love series. His eight selections are inspired and on-point, moving from the off-kilter MPC-house jazziness of Roddy Rod's "Overbite" and chunky, upbeat house business of 14kt's "We Out Chea", to the bass-heavy Motor City garage/broken beat fusion of Matthew Law's "Minimariddim" and the extra-percussive, underwater deepness of Damon Bell's incredible "Mermaid Blues". In between you'll find four other essential cuts, with Ladymonix's stomping, warehouse ready deep house bumper "WhoRU" standing out.
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Detroit Love Vol 3
WAAJEED/VARIOUS
Detroit Love Vol 3 (mixed CD)
Cat: PEDL 003CD. Rel: 15 Nov 19
Deep House
  1. 14KT - "We Out Chea"
  2. Black Loops - "Higher"
  3. Tall Black Guy - "Coffee Room"
  4. Patrice Scott - "The Detroit Upright"
  5. Scott Diaz - "We Reminisce"
  6. Rocco Rodamaal - "Someday" (Brian Tappert rework)
  7. Doc Link - "Jackin Jazzy"
  8. Ninetoes - "Stand Up"
  9. Sergio Fernandez - "Urano Beatz"
  10. D Love Muzic - "Celestrial" (club mix)
  11. Damon Bell - "Mermaid Blues" (feat Camille Safiya)
  12. Roddy Rod - "Overbite"
  13. Matthew Law - "Minimariddim"
  14. Joss Moog - "196"
  15. Teflon Dons - "Gonna Tell Me"
  16. LADYMONIX - "WhoRU"
  17. Harry Romero - "Revolution" (Deep In Jersey extended mix)
  18. DJ Rimarkable - "I'm In Trouble"
  19. Lux Groove - "Setup"
  20. Preslav & C Scott - "Achey Brakey"
Review: Sometime Slum Village member turned soulful deep house hero Waajeed is the latest Motor City legend to compile a volume in Planet E's ongoing Detroit Love series. His eight selections are inspired and on-point, moving from the off-kilter MPC-house jazziness of Roddy Rod's "Overbite" and chunky, upbeat house business of 14kt's "We Out Chea", to the bass-heavy Motor City garage/broken beat fusion of Matthew Law's "Minimariddim" and the extra-percussive, underwater deepness of Damon Bell's incredible "Mermaid Blues". In between you'll find four other essential cuts, with Ladymonix's stomping, warehouse ready deep house bumper "WhoRU" standing out.
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