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Southern BBQ EP (feat Jam Funk, Oddphonic mixes)
Cat: GHR 001V. Rel: 16 Oct 23
Funky/Club House
BBQ Ribs (7:16)
BBQ Ribs (Jam Funk remix) (5:42)
On No Not Again (6:44)
BBQ Ribs (Oddphonic remix) (5:52)
Review: Tommy Largo is a big deal in the world of jacking house and here he lands on Greenhouse Recordings with plenty of evidence to support that. His sound comes steeped with Southern influences on opener 'BBQ Ribs' with its noodling jazz chords and spoken word mutterings making for a lively atmosphere over funky beats. The Jam Funk Remix has a Chicago bump to it with the jazzy keys left in place over well-swung drums. 'On No Not Again' hints at new jack swing with its steamy sax lines and effortlessly catchy groove before 'BBQ Ribs' (Oddphonic remix) closes out with the deepest sound of the lot, perfect for when the sun has gone down and the party heads indoors.

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Island Road Trip EP
Cat: GHR 002V. Rel: 13 Nov 23
Deep House
Beeston Fields Drive (7:11)
Hold Dat (6:18)
All We Need (6:47)
PR Process (6:30)
Review: Andrew Macari joins up with Paka Project for a first outing on the fledgling Greenhouse Recordings labels here and delves deep into some true-school deep house. 'Beeston Fields Drive' is a warm and diffuse opener that rolls on loopy drums with balmy chords melted over the top. 'Hold Dat' has jazzy motifs and funky bass riffs down low that remind of early West Coast tech house sounds from the likes of Fresh & Low and 'All We Need' then layers up r&b samples and even more smooth and silky late-night chords into a real smoocher. 'PR Process' ends on low-slung and lumpy drums and spoken word samples run through with dubby chords.
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Played by: Vincent Inc
Tags: Tech House
 in stock $12.98
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