DJ Bone and Deetron reunite for their second release as The Story Tellers on Bone's Subject Detroit imprint. This second EP sees them putting forth two unique versions of their own original compositions accompanied by very special adaptations of each other's works.
Gilles Smith and James Priestley seem to be devoting far more of their time to music production. This excellent outing on Mule Musiq is their second single of 2018 following a solid debut on Phonica Records earlier in the year. In its' A-side "House Pass" form, "Cyber" is a deliciously saucer-eyed and loved-up affair where dizzyingly positive synthesizer motifs wrap themselves around a chunky bassline and bouncy, No Smoke style drums. Over on side B, Smith and Priestley offer up two alternative interpretations: the trippy, techno-tinged early morning psychedelic hypnotism of the "Cosmic Slide" version, and the beat-less bliss of the "Ambient Sax Version", which further explores the track's Italian dream house influences.
Norken returns with 2 tracks recorded for Subconcious Algorithms, mysterious new label that will be releasing music made by machines that have become aware have become emotional.The function of your subconscious mind is to store and retrieve data.These 2 tracks from Norken possess an awareness that take your mind back to the early 90's but also into the future.
Hailing from Detroit Heavy Funk, Drum Beak Monster of a cut.
This record is a killer. Bangini drums, horns, a sweet bass line, Jake Wade and the Soul Searchers knew how to lay it down. Their DIY attitude was a great indication of just how much music that was under the radar at that time.
Toured with Blue-eyed Motown artist Stoney Murphy, even played in venues such as Detroit's famous Grande Ballroom.
Seaching for Soul, This 1968 Funk Bomb was even sampled in Beyonce song "Suga Mama"
Taken from his critically acclaimed new LP Long Way Home, Lazy Days's main man invites three A-List producers to revisit some of the highlights from the album. Andre Lodemann & Fabian Dikof give by Day feat. Sio a techier and deeper mood. Perfect for those late hours of the night. Ian Pooley brings his classic sound to Silverlight featuring Jinadu while Lauer explores the balearic side of Wherever You Go. There's also an additional ReVersion of by Day by Fred, taking the track in completely different world than his broken beat original.