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DJS: MOST CHARTED - DEEP HOUSE - MOST CHARTED IN JANUARY 2016

Djs: Most Charted - Deep House

Djs: Most Charted - Deep House

DJS: MOST CHARTED - DEEP HOUSE - MOST CHARTED IN JANUARY 2016
9 Feb 2016
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Cat: WO 18K. Rel: 28 Dec 15
Deep House
  1. Damn! Im Feeln Real Close (5:48)
  2. Inverse Algebraic (5:44)
  3. Dervenen (7:54)
  4. Able 2 (3:34)
  5. Wake Up & Dip (4:47)
  6. Strut Garden (7:04)
  7. Mysterious Lake (6:43)
  8. Feel Us More (5:21)
Review: Some two years on from the release of his acclaimed, in-demand debut album, The Boat Party, Kyle Julian Hall delivers the follow-up From Joy. Intriguingly, the eight tracks come from the Kyle Hall archives, all recorded by the young producer before the turn of the decade, and is presented as a homage to where Kyle lived at the time in his father's basement on the west side of Detroit on Joy Rd. From the outset, Hall's second album is loose, melodious, heady and synthesizer-heavy, with broken beats and wild, experimental rhythms combining effortlessly with jazz, jazz-funk, boogie, soul, Herbie Hancock and '80s electro influences. It makes for thrilling and hugely enjoyable listening and offers proof of Hall's musicianship and ability to repackage a wide range of influences.
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  1. TPO - "Punk Inc" (Hiroshi's dub)
  2. Katsuya - "I Need Luv"
  3. The Ecstasy Boys - "Chi Chi Chi Gan Kanon" (feat Shiro Amamiya)
  4. Jazzadelic - "I Got A Rhythm" (1991 original mix)
  5. Akiko Kanazawa - "Sawauchi jinku" (Terada mix)
  6. Yutsuko Chusonji - "Blessing" (Magic Ware remix)
  7. YPF - "Trance Of Love" (Tokyo Offshore mix)
  8. Yukihiro Fukutomi - "It's Gonna Be Alright"
  9. Hiroshi Matsui - "Crazy Miracle dub"
  10. Takeharu Kunimoto - "Home" (6AM mix)
  11. Violets - "Sunset"
  12. GWM - "Deep Loop" (edit)
  13. Fake - "Square"
  14. Hiraku Nagasawa - "Matrix Track"
  15. Dan K - "Turquoise Love"
Review: REPRESS ALERT: Brawther and Alixkun present a collection of 15 underground Japanese house tracks from the early days of electronic dance music, back when the genre was sweeping across the globe. Ahead of a related documentary project titled 'HOUSE' in Japanese characters, the compilation is the first to showcase the works of Japanese house on an historical and global level, with classics and rare-as-a-hen's teeth tracks. Carefully selected by Brawther and his sidekick Ailxkun, this is a nectar of deep grooves and blissful melodies that form the blueprint of the Japanese House Sound. Legends like Soichi Terada, Yukihiro Fukutomi or The Ecstasy Boys are back to back with unsung hearoes like Takecha, Magic Ware or Katsumi Hidano. Aimed at the house music lover and overall music enthousiasts, this compilation is the one stop shop of all things early Japanese House, unveiling the mystery behind it all and shining a brand new light on it, dusted and remastered, for your listening pleasure.
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Cat: ML 9001LP. Rel: 07 Dec 15
Deep House
  1. Decision (4:49)
  2. Bye Bye (5:33)
  3. Never No More Lonely (5:31)
  4. Shadows (4:25)
  5. Another Side (5:48)
  6. So Glad (6:18)
  7. I'm Strong (5:21)
  8. A Love Of My Own (5:46)
  9. Distant Planet (5:21)
  10. Feelin' Sleezy (5:09)
  11. Music Take Me Up (6:32)
  12. Mystery Friend (5:05)
  13. Mysteries Of Love (6:26)
  14. A Path (5:38)
  15. Bring Down The Walls (5:37)
  16. Can You Feel It (5:49)
Review: Some 17 years after it's original release, Fingers Inc's expansive debut album, Another Side, remains one of the greatest deep house full-lengths of all time. Here, the album gets the re-master and re-issue treatment, with the original double vinyl set being expanded to a triple to guarantee loud cuts for club play. While there are plenty of well-known Heard and co classics present - "Mysteries of Love", "Bring Down The Walls", "Can You Feel It" etc. - it's actually the long-forgotten album tracks that really hit the spot. It's on these moments - often influenced as much by '80s soul and synth-pop as acid and Chicago jack-tracks - that Larry Heard, Robert Owens and Ron Wilson really cut loose.
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Cat: EOS 001. Rel: 30 Nov 15
Deep House
  1. Tokyo To Chiba (9:25)
  2. Sybian (7:29)
  3. Dub In The Sky (6:33)
  4. Don't Be Afraid (feat Minako) (9:59)
  5. Memory P (7:05)
  6. Down Under (6:03)
Review: For the best part of a decade, Fred Peterkin has impressed with his ultra-deep, soul-flecked take on deep house and techno. Here, his Soul People Music imprint gives birth to a new sub-label, Energy of Sound, with the New York producer delivering a double-pack's worth of previously unreleased cuts. Naturally, the standard is abnormally high throughout, with Peterkin variously serving up sumptuous, dreamy fare ("Down Under", the San Francisco '90s deep house revivalism of "Don't Be Afraid"), chunkier deep house rollers ("Memory P"), crunchy dub house ("Dub In The Sky"), and throbbing, tech-tinged brilliance ("Tokyo To Chiba" and the European-sounding "Sybian").
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Cat: OUPLW 004. Rel: 18 Jan 16
Deep House
  1. Laurence Guy - "Strings Attached" (6:10)
  2. Junktion - "Breakfast At Midnight" (Brame & Hamo remix) (5:19)
  3. Junktion - "Breakfast At Midnight" (5:19)
  4. Daniel Leseman - "On My Mind" (6:15)
Review: Hans Peeman (Junktion) and Daniel Leseman's Outplay is strictly committed to spreading the gospel of deep house music and this sermon comes courtesy of the aforementioned, with a bit of help from Laurence Guy. He appears first with the title track, which samples a pretty breathtaking strings section mixed with a spangling Derrick May style synth melody which fades out and gives way to a pretty wicked arpeggio... and some cowbells; sold already? Next up is Junktion with "Breakfast At Midnight" an offering of deep and dusty late night disco that certainly takes its cues from KDJ, but that's totally fine by us. The Brame & Hamo remix is more dancefloor friendly, slo-mo deep house that fans of Genius of Time or MCDE will appreciate. Finally Leseman's "On My Mind" offers us another deep and dusty house gem that revels in its beautifully sombre Motor City vibes. Not bad for a guy from Utrecht!
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Cat: MCRNS 01. Rel: 14 Dec 15
Deep House
  1. Purpura - "Touch" (5:35)
  2. LK - "Hot Coffee" (6:02)
  3. Blaktronix - "K" (7:01)
  4. Rudolf C - "First Boats" (5:41)
Review: Inspired by dazzling reefs and swaying palm trees, Micronesia makes its debut with a fresh and captivating collection of deep cuts. While Purpura's "Touch" is an intricate and tripped out excursion, superbly combined with a contagious rhythm, LK's "Hot Coffee" is a lustfully crafted piece of slow house with an hypnotic drive. On the flip side, Blaktronix (aka Lady Blacktronika), delivers a luscious and soul-filling beatdown track. Rudolf C closes the record with "First boats", a groovy joint with a seductive feel.
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Cat: SS 058. Rel: 02 Nov 15
Deep House
  1. Moon Circuitry (6:40)
  2. Escape On The Lodge Freeway (8:25)
Review: This year, Theo Parrish seems to be doing his best to breathe new life into the careers of broken beat-era producers and musicians. Having previously released an excellent EP from Dego and Kaidi Tatham on Sound Signature, his latest missive comes from one-time conscious hip-hop producer Ge ology and one-time go-to jazz keys-man Mark De Clive-Lowe. The latter's brilliant synthesizer and piano work is arguably the highlight of both tracks here. On the spacey, P-funk influenced space-house swing of "Moon Circuitry" he does his best impression of Herbie Hancock, while "Escape On The Lodge Freeway" boasts intricate jazz solos atop a slightly tougher, chunkier deep house groove. Both tracks are, of course, impeccable.
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  1. Stevn Aint Leavn - "Say My Name" (7:05)
  2. Cinthie - "High In Hong Kong" (6:12)
  3. Diego Krause - "Nebula" (7:00)
  4. Ed Herbst - "Limelight" (6:06)
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Cat: NERO 028T. Rel: 08 Feb 16
Deep House
  1. Don't Stop (Let It Go) (feat Izzi Dunn) (7:18)
  2. Save It Til Later (4:49)
Review: Assisted by long-time studio partner Kaidi Tatham, former 4 Hero man Dego's been on fire of late, delivering killer singles - and a fine album - for the likes of Eglo and Rush Hour. Here he pops up on Neroli again with more superb, soul-flecked dancefloor fare. "Don't Stop (Let It Go)" is particularly potent, offering a disco and jazz-funk influenced chunk of celebratory deep house laden with thrilling live instrumentation from members of "the 2000 Black family" (Tatham and others, basically). He completely flips the script on "Save It Till Later", a refreshingly rough and ready chunk of bass-heavy, acid-flecked house/techno fusion that benefits greatly for some particularly warped electronics. Darkness and light on one 12"; what's not to like?
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Cat: FIT 013. Rel: 04 Jan 16
Deep House
  1. Tribute To "Sore Fingers" (8:29)
  2. DJ Sotofett meets Abu Sayah - "Houran" (percussion mix) (9:17)
Review: The perma quirky approach of Sex Tags man DJ Sotofett is what makes his productions so thrilling and his records so admired. Here, he pops up on Aaron 'Fit' Siegel's FIT Sound imprint, with a pair of formidable, percussion-heavy workouts. A-side "Tribute To Sore Fingers" is particularly potent, with the Sex Tags maniac layering dense African percussion over heavy, bleep-era bass and metronomic drum machine kicks. The flipside boasts a similarly drum-heavy Arabic workout, full of snaking, North African melody lines, dense ethnic hits (recorded by regular Sotofett collaborator Gilb'r) and subtle but booming electronics.
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Cat: MHR 003. Rel: 30 Nov 15
Deep House
  1. Havin' Fun Again (6:21)
  2. Response (4:54)
  3. Change The Mood (2:34)
  4. Fireworks (5:16)
  5. Lookin' 4 Jazz (5:32)
  6. Yes I Do (2:43)
Review: While the Must Have label have been off the radar for a little while, we knew that this was simply because Jay Simon - the label head - was looking for another stunner to release, and he's done us proud with this new 12" from the fledgling - but utterly talented - Renato P. Ranging from soulful, misty-eyed deep house to pseudo electronic funk, this Untitled EP fits right in with the sound of now - a gorgeous blend of ambient-laden house and dance music with subtle traces of Balearica. "Change The Mood", a slow-paced hip-hop kinda cut, is actually our favourite and it fully represents Renato P as a beat-maker. Gritty beats, sexy melodies, and good vibes.
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  1. Wandolo (feat Bonga - Freaky dub LP version) (6:27)
  2. Ninaitwa (Called By The Drum) (4:42)
  3. Afro VINYL 1 aka Disco Afri CoCo (5:07)
  4. Makussa (dub two aka reprised two) (7:49)
Review: Joaquin "Joe" Clausell has been using the Bolla alias to deliver authentic blends of indigenous African music and winding deep house since 2005, though it was only earlier this year that he released the project's debut album. This 12" boasts extended, club-friendly versions of tracks from that full-length, the impressive Makussa. There's much to enjoy, from the toughened-up Afro-disco revivalism of "Disco Afri Co Co (Extended Version)", and intense, deep space drum workout "A Means of Communication (Freaky Dub)", to the trumpet-laden Afro-house niceness of "Wandolo Feat Bonga (Freaky Dub Extended)". There's also a fine trip into downtempo pastures in the shape of "Ninaitwa (Called By The Drum)".
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  1. Samo DJ - "Triad Board Meeting" (6:07)
  2. Baba Stilz - "Pacific Times" (4:17)
  3. Baba Stilz - "Beirut" (7:30)
  4. Samo DJ + Tzusing - "Hollabackboi" (3:31)
Review: Munich nu-balearic crew Public Possession broaden their horizons beyond said sensibilities, but instead venture further into oddball groove territory; in this case it's Sweden. First up Born Free main man Samo DJ delivers the low slung funk groove of "Triad Board Meeting" (sounding like some creepy, old midi file.. yet not altogether unpleasant) while Baba Stilz delivers some of the weirdest deep house you'll hear this year on on "Pacific Times" and "Beirut" respectively. But they save the best for last on the explosive collaboration between Samo and Cititrax troublemaker Tzusing on "Hollabackboi", a smashing, pop-inflected curveball that'll flip your mind.
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Cat: CHURCHW 005. Rel: 30 Nov 15
Deep House
  1. Constraints Of Time Travel (5:34)
  2. Phantom Melodies (5:20)
  3. Similar Stories (5:15)
Review: The fifth release on the ever-improving Church label comes from Chaos In The CBD, a duo who switched from sweatier, bumpin' flavours to deeper, jazzier pastures via a fine recent EP on Rhythm Section International. The three tracks here are similarly blazed and musically expansive, beginning with the stargazing chords, intergalactic melodies and zippy rhythms of "Constraints of Time Travel". It's a little different to what we've come to expect, but no less thrilling. The duo cover more familiar ground with the Theo Parrish influenced bossa-house loveliness of "Phantom Melodies", and the deep, Rhodes-laden broken-house haziness of "Similar Stories".
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Cat: FIREC 017. Rel: 21 Dec 15
Deep House
  1. Ignorance Is Bliss (Healing Force Project remix) (8:10)
  2. Love Lost (Musephased by Area) (13:06)
Review: When commissioning remixes, the best labels think outside the box. That's exactly what Firecracker's Lindsay Todd did when seeking out producers to rework tracks from Linkwood's excellent Expressions album. On this second 12" in an ongoing series, that faith has paid dividends. Whereas the original version of "Ignorance Is Bliss" was a warm, woozy, sun-kissed deep house affair, Healing Force Project has reinvented it as a stargazing chunk of 21st century space jazz, complete with twinkling chords, low-slung double bass and reverb-laden drum solos. The Musephased interpretation of "Love Lost" by Area sticks closer to the ultra-deep, melancholic vibe of Linkwood's original, but adds a frisson of excitement via bubbling, Detroit-influenced electronics and hypnotic rhythms.
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Cat: VER 106. Rel: 25 Jan 16
Deep House
  1. Breaking Through The Pain Barrier (Mantra) (12:21)
  2. Encephalomyelitis Disseminata (11:35)
Review: 2016 marks 20 years since Glibert "Gilb'r" Cohen founded Versatile Records. The Parisian imprint shows no signs of flagging despite its' vintage, and here delivers another eccentric, wildly imaginative 12". This time it's Cottam at the controls, laying down two contrasting cuts. "Breaking Through The Pain Barrier" is woozy and hypnotic, but also makes great use of off-kilter electronics, psychedelic effects and quirky, alien melodies. At times, it feels spooky, at others oddly becalmed (despite its' shuffling, densely programmed rhythms). "Encephalomyelitis Disseminata" sees Cottam explicitly reference the medical condition he was diagnosed with just as he was breaking through. Here he changes the script, basing the action around a bold, rising and falling bassline, stretched-out chords and clicking, slightly wonky percussion. It's deep house, Jim, but not as we know it.
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Smacks (1 per customer)
Cat: PRB 014. Rel: 07 Dec 15
Deep House
  1. Smacks (8:05)
  2. Zitronen (10:33)
  3. Bonobo (8:14)
  4. Dopes To Infinity (4DM) (5:58)
Review: By his usually prolific standards, 2015 has been a relatively quiet year for Anthony Naples. Smacks marks the Brookyln-based producer's first vinyl outing since the release of the quietly impressive Body Pill full-length in February. Interestingly, it's a more beautiful, melody-driven affair than some of his robust dancefloor workouts. Of course, there's still plenty of club-friendly thrills to enjoy, from the hazy, bleep melodies, ethereal chords and kick-driven grooves of "Dopes To Infinity (4DM)", to the low-slung, shuffling deep house goodness of "Zitronen". Even so, it's the pleasantness and considered nature of most of the compositions that stands out, with the Detroit influenced, broken techno-meets-deep house flex of "Bonobo" proving a clear highlight.
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Cat: SM 12009. Rel: 25 Jan 16
Deep House
  1. Through The Night (feat Erik Rico) (5:51)
  2. Without Drugs (3:22)
  3. Music For People (5:36)
  4. Through The Night (Kai Alce disctinctive vocal mix) (7:53)
  5. Through The Night (KZR Late Night dub) (8:11)
Review: Shadeleaf Music are back in 2016 with this little house scorcher form newcomer Jonna, and it's precisely the sort of gear to wet our appetites on a Thursday morning, now anxiously counting down the clock till the weekend, and some much needed shaking. "Through The Night" moves the groove in fine style with a funky bassline and a soulful touch, but "Without Drugs" gives us our deep house fix - minus the narcs, of course - and "Music For People" drops a wet, slamming guitar bassline over distant samples and gorgeous drums. Detroit's very own Kai Alce - long-time Omar S collaborator - gives us a remix of "Through The Night", alongside KZR's own wonderful dub version. Lovely.
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Cat: SECRET 019. Rel: 14 Dec 15
Deep House
  1. Black Moon (7:25)
  2. Like Butta (5:55)
  3. Ferguson (9:50)
Review: Warren 'Wbeeza' Brown follows artists like DJ Qu and John Daly to deliver an EP on the label arm of the Secretsundaze organisation. The release starts with the grubby, mucky rhythm of "Black Moon", with Brown covering it in layer upon layer of dirty sound effects. "Like Butta" inhabits a totally different place, and has more in common with US garage; the drums and snares are crisp and sharp and the musical elements sound very jazz-influenced. For his final track, "Ferguson" take another turn; this time, it's towards acid trax, with Wbeeza applying his own subtle take on rolling Chicago drums to a bouncy 303 line.
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Cat: DOG 051. Rel: 01 Feb 16
Deep House
  1. Jus Anutha Wunna Deez (Ge Ology remix) (6:59)
  2. Jus Anutha Wunna Deez (5:24)
  3. Take U 2 My House (Jimpster remix) (7:08)
  4. Take U 2 My House (with Khalil Anthony) (6:36)
Review: Delusions Of Grandeur, easily one of the most consistent deep house labels to come out of the post-minimal era, returns with that guy we all love, Thatmanmonkz. Himself and Chicago's Khalil Anthony are remixed by the equally consistent Jimpster, who delivers the goods by laying down some utter tech house quality on "Take U 2 My House", while Brooklyn-based Sound Signature man Ge-ology takes on "Jus Anutha Wunna Deez", and comes out the other end with a murky, beat-heavy house monster that bumps so perfectly along. The originals are sexier, chunkier in the mix, and backed by some killer vocals, particularly "Take U 2 My House" - what a beaut! Recommended and tipped...
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  1. Kalamari Desert (3:33)
  2. Harmony (5:14)
  3. Kamakama (7:26)
  4. Kamakama (Sleep D Mycellium mixx) (6:32)
Review: Francis Inferno Orchestra, known to his close friends and Griffin James, is one of Melbourne's finest house producers, and this guy is repping Oz hard, alongside the lies of Dro Carey and the Butter Sessions crew. He returns to Superconscious with "Kalamari Desert" and "Harmony" on side A of the plate; the former is a dreamy, broken remnant of a house tune, while the latter chugs forwards with wholesome drum programming and angelic melodies. On the B-side, "Kamakama" produces the first hint of something more moody, a little darker and more evil thanks to those gargling stutter basslines; Butter Sessions resident Sleep D provides the remix action, and comes through with flying colours after an injection of something a little funkier into the mix,
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Cat: SOTC WJ01. Rel: 14 Dec 15
Deep House
  1. Test Your Limits (6:04)
  2. Simplicity (The Atkins tribute) (6:34)
  3. ByPolar (5:45)
Review: And just like that, Sounds Of The City bring out a new Walt J EP! The label is fast becoming recognised for its ability to force mythical house producers from Chicago back into the studios after decades of hiatus, and we still don't know how they manage it! After Brian Harden's recent stormer, this three-tracker by the great Walt J is just what we need to sooth our evenings - a strong beat winds into starry melodies and forward-thinking percussion on "Test Your Limits", while "Simplicity (The Atkins tribute)" calls all stations to Detroit and lays down some utter truth; it's exactly the sort of house music we want to hear...bald, fiery, and deep as hell. "Bypolar", on the other hand, is classic Walt just doing his thing - dope samples, heavy chords, and dusty drum swings. The quintessential house shit.
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Cat: LTLP 001. Rel: 25 Jan 16
Deep House
  1. Intro (0:21)
  2. Like The First Time (feat Magic Number) (5:39)
  3. DVA Konca DVA Konca (interlude) (1:24)
  4. Lock & Rock (5:24)
  5. Lay Far vs Restless Soul Band & Shea Soul - "Draw Your Bow" (6:05)
  6. Mystical Rhythms/Kaleidoscope Represent (feat Sean McCabe) (4:52)
  7. Slope (feat Ashley Beedle & Darren Morris - upbeat) (5:52)
Review: Soon, Alexander Lay-Far will release his sophomore album, How I Communicate, an all-star affair featuring hook-ups with all manner of soulful house and broken beat luminaries. This taster 12" features a sneak peak at what to expect, and is crammed full of musically expansive, organic dancefloor treats. Amongst the highlights you'll find a sumptuous chunk of starry soulful house created in partnership with Magic Number, a deliciously deep and woozy cut created with the Restless Soul Band, and a decidedly cosmic broken beat jam featuring Bristol-based producer Sean McCabe. Oh, and "Slops", a disco-tinged chunk of positivity featuring the combined talents of Ashley Beedle and Darren Morris. Superb stuff, all told.
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  1. Specter - "5th Of Hen" (8:08)
  2. Chicago Skyway - "Digits LG" (5:42)
  3. Hakim Murphy - "Slowdown" (6:11)
  4. Steven Tang - "String Tension" (6:45)
Review: Finale Underground is back with Vol. 3 and this time the focus in on Chicago. Four tunes from Chicago luminaries that have made their marks in the scene, though all sounding different, still staying true to the Chicago ethos. Specter's deep house jam called "5th of Hen" with its lush sounds and steady melodies sets the tone. Chicago Skyway follows with a club banger titled "Digits LG" where the pulsating synth takes up the attention, giving an old school feel with contemporary string sounds. Hakim Murphy starts the B side with "Slowdown", an acid house tune that shows off some of Murphy's drum programming skills. Finally, Steven Tang finishes the session with an the tune of aggressive synth lines and a bouncy bass called "String Tension". Future Chicago is a well rounded ep that features four different takes on the current affairs of the Chicago sound.
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Cat: MND 33. Rel: 25 Jan 16
Deep House
  1. Deymare - Meditation (6:21)
  2. Deymare - Rise (4:19)
  3. Satore - Moving Soul (6:30)
  4. Yusuke Yamamoto - My House (5:00)
Review: We welcome our 2nd part of the 90's House Collection series, on this amazing EP we find 3 rare and hard to find tracks, on the A side we have unreleased track by "Sanjay" which is Kings of Tomorrow from the early days, this is a pure floor killer, on to A2 , we have one of the most respected garage artists from the 90's Eddie Perez, with his Mentalinstrum dub of Keith Sibley's track, Stand By Me & finally the EP is rounded of with the legend that is Donnell Rush, the Redawg's Outhere Alternate Mix is a classic i its own and right and very hard to find.
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Cat: SMALLVILLE 46. Rel: 07 Dec 15
Deep House
  1. Aquarama (6:52)
  2. Peven Everett - "I Can't Believe I Loved Her" (Moomin version) (6:21)
  3. Stotheh (6:09)
Review: Having recently impressed with their contribution to the F*ck Reality series, Moomin returns to the comforting surrounds of long-time home Smallville Records. As usual, Aquarama sees him exploring the deeper, more melancholic side of house music, with typically impressive results. The headline attraction is undoubtedly a stellar rework of Peven Everett's 2001 soulful house classic "I Can't Believe I Loved Her", which Moonin has successfully turned into a misty-eyed chunk of melodious, bittersweet deep house bliss. In comparison, the other two tracks don't sparkle quite as much, but are still hugely enjoyable. The title track - all cyclical acid motifs, drifting vocal samples, shuffling beats and chiming melodies - is particularly tasty.
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Cat: STRUT 126S. Rel: 05 Oct 15
Deep House
  1. Ene Nyame A Mensuro (Henrik Schwarz blend) (9:23)
  2. Ene Nyame A Mensuro (Henrik Schwarz dub) (7:30)
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Cat: RUFFDRAFT 08. Rel: 25 Jan 16
Deep House
  1. Washed Out (8:57)
  2. Horns (7:41)
  3. A Ruff Draft (7:16)
Review: Ruff Daft returns, and after a various artist EP for number 7, number 8 on the label goes back to the founder, with three new tracks from Cottam
'Washed Out' kicks things off, at the cross roads between Mood Hut & Basic Channel where dub techno sensibilities meet dreamy chords for a delectable deep house track.
'Horns' harks back to Cottam's earliest releases, with an afro-ish horn loop teased out over four minutes until the full loop and bass kick in to devastating effect.
'A Ruff Draft' sees Cottam look back towards his techno roots, with a killer kick drum and raw acid lending an abrasive edge to a well rounded EP of varied styles.
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Cat: FR 207. Rel: 07 Dec 15
Deep House
  1. The Third Eye (6:40)
  2. The Muth (5:41)
  3. The Muth (Henry Wu remix) (6:09)
  4. Sly Batuque (5:32)
Review: While Soul of Hex's 2014 debut, Lip Reading, was pretty good (and was accompanied by a tasty Larry Heard remix), it's safe to say that this belated follow-up on Freerange is even better. Deep, jazzy and undulating, much of it sounds like a cross between Moodymann, the smoky fare served up recently on Rhythm Section International, and the disco-tinged, oddball house goodness associated with some Sex Tags Mania output. Highlights are naturally plentiful, from the electric bass-driven deep disco-house grooves of "The Muth", and delay-laden sax samples of deep jazz-house shuffler "The Third Eye", to the warm, compressed, hip-wigglin' goodness of "Sly Batique". Rhythm Section man Henry Wu remixes "The Muth", adding a harder edge, sweatier feel, and some decidedly alien synth lines.
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Cat: NDATL 016. Rel: 28 Dec 15
Deep House
  1. What Am I Here For? (NDATL DISTINCTIVE vocal remix) (7:03)
  2. What Am I Here For? (Irvin NDATL piano instrumental) (7:18)
  3. What Am I Here For? (KZR Late Night mix) (7:04)
  4. Swingin With The New Jacks (Kai Alce Distinctive remix) (5:40)
Review: Soulful fusionists The Dangerfeel Newbies are an interesting proposition. Certainly, the Atlanta-based trio has made an impression on NDATL Muzik boss Kai Alice, who's decided to release a trio of his own interpretations of Hariet album highlight "What Am I Here For". He begins by delivering a classic soulful house interpretation, placing the original's superb vocal and twinkling jazz pianos right at the heart of the action. Those superb piano lines come to the fore on his Piano Instrumental, before the Late Night Mix sees Alice sauntering off on a hazy, duvet-warm deep house tip. Best of all, though, is the bonus remix of "Swingin' With The New Jacks", a fizzing, rolling deep house groover replete with vibraphone solos and battling jazz horns.
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