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Flying Sausage EP (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: HUDD 054. Rel: 07 Nov 16
Deep House
  1. Cycle Psycho (6:54)
  2. Dimension 5 (5:07)
  3. Smoke And Flesh (6:36)
  4. Flying Sausage (7:02)
Review: Slum Science's Hudd Traxx is a label that just won't quit when it comes to proper, head-tripping house music for those who like their grooves serious. That makes Chris Carrier a natural participant, and the unstoppable Frenchman steps up here with a record that proves both his and the label's long-lasting appeal. "Cycle Psycho" is a simmering tech house belter with the requisite amount of funk rubbed into its limbs, while "Dimension 5" switches stance for a nagging acid workout. On the flip "Smoke And Flesh" brings a tougher thrust to the drums and then "Flying Sausage" cools the EP down with a simply fantastic deep house bump to get heads nodding all over the butchers shop.
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Cat: HUDD 049. Rel: 20 Apr 15
Deep House
  1. Pariah (8:03)
  2. Youth (6:02)
  3. Race The Clock (6:08)
Review: London based US Producer Lance De Sardi joins the Hudd Traxx fray for the last 12" before the label hits 50 releases and commence the 10th Anniversary celebrations. Although there's only three cuts on West Country, De Sardi more than shows his diversity as a producer and it's a fine addition to a discography that dates back to the '90s. "Pariah" kicks the EP off in fine style with smooth beats, an infectious vocal and lush pads ensure that this will be a big one for the heads. Flip for the B Side and find a tough acidy number in "Youth", and a groovy track in "Race the Clock" which is made for the dance floor. 2015 is already proving to be a big year for Hudd Traxx following releases from Iron Curtis & Nachtbraker, and Lance De Sardi keeps the flag flying high with this solid EP.
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Cat: HUDD 055. Rel: 13 Feb 17
Deep House
  1. My Heart (feat Astral T) (6:43)
  2. High In The Evergreens (5:36)
  3. Yes In This Way (6:28)
  4. My Business Ain't Your Business (6:36)
Review: The Rhythm Plate posse are certainly no strangers to Hudd Traxx, and so it makes perfect sense to see their Goshawk project landing on the long-serving Northern deep house label. The vibes are impeccable on this 12" from start to finish, not least with the soulful sway of "My Heart" bolstered by Astral T's vocals. "High In The Evergreens" meanwhile takes a woozy approach to straight up house music with its dreamy synth tones, and "Yes In This Way" turns up the pressure with a killer bassline and feverish gospel preacher vocal hooks. "My Business Ain't Your Business" takes a more laid back, choppy approach to the groove without losing any of that all important soul.
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I Write My Beats On A Calculator EP (feat Art Of Tones remix)
Cat: HUDD 060. Rel: 05 Mar 18
Deep House
  1. Get Up To Get Down (feat Erik Rico)
  2. Get Up To Get Down (feat Erik Rico - Art Of Tones remix)
  3. The Love Is Gone
  4. The Dub Is Gone
Review: Goshawk returns for Hudd Traxx 60th release with Erik Rico supplying the vocals. Get Up 2 Get Down is a peak time groover with plenty of funk to boot accompanied by some seriously soulful lyrics. Art Of Tones picks up the pace on the remix with a heavy bass line added with open hats to take things up a notch. Flip for the B side and find The Love Has Gone, a brilliantly made house track made for the dancefloor. Goshawk closes things out with a laid back deep house dub on B2.




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Lights EP Part 1 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: HUDD 057. Rel: 18 Sep 17
Deep House
  1. Lights
  2. Captured
  3. 22 Days
  4. My Humming Machines
Review: Iron Curtis' back catalogue is a formidable beast within the realms of deep and tech house, touching on labels like Morris Audio, Jackoff, Sudden Drop and Mule Electronique. He's intermittently popped up on Hudd Traxx as well, and he returns with a fulsome new EP that hints at a forthcoming second part. "Lights" is a bold, chiseled peak timer with some emphatic string stabs coursing through it, while "Captured" takes a slinkier route without dulling the impact of the Curtis studio approach. "22 Days" is a funkier concern that lets the low end synths do the brunt of the work, and then "My Humming Machines" rounds the EP off with a warm and bubbling deep house roller for a cosier part of the night.
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Lights EP Part 2 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: HUDD 058. Rel: 06 Nov 17
Deep House
  1. Spectral
  2. Well Well Well (More Lights)
  3. See Ya
  4. L & P
Review: Iron Curtis is back on Hudd Traxx with the second installment of his Lights EP. Much like the first round that dropped earlier in the year, the man like Johannes Paluka is on sterling form, dealing in the kind of refined yet earthen, deep but punchy house music he's built his name on to date. "Spectral" is the consummate opener, deft piano chords and rock solid drums with additional dubby FX pulsing through the mix. "Well Well Well" is a sunnier affair aiming for that euphoric terrace moment, while "See Ya" brings a rough swing to the party with a cosy, intimate line in soulful sample licks. "L&P" finishes the EP off with a warm, acidic bassline and more of that deep diving beatdown business.
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Cat: HUDD 046. Rel: 22 Sep 14
Deep House
  1. JT Donaldson - "Got Myself Together"
  2. Maximiljan - "Son Of A"
  3. Professional Gigolo - "Professional Gigolo"
  4. Tuneon - "Hangin On"
Review: Proud Yorkshire label Hudd Traxx have been putting out a reliable stream of quality deep house since 2005, with artists like DJ Sneak, Rick Wade, Iron Curtis, Jay Bliss and Agnes just some of the many names to appear on the label. This 46th release features three debutants, while the fourth name, J.T. Donaldson, spearheads the release with a wishy-washy, bassline driven deep house vocal cut "Got Myself Together". Hudd Traxx provides Dusseldorf producer Maximiljan with his first physical release with the track "Son Of A" which merges the linear 909 house style of Norm Talley with smooth chords and cheeky vocals similar to the now defunct Swiss house duo Azuni. But most interesting for the label on this release, it's the two new names in Professional Gigolo and Tuneon that prove Hudd Traxx still know where to look when it comes to unearthing new and vibrant talent.
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  1. Eddie Leader - "Way Back" (feat Hector Moralez) (5:54)
  2. Washerman - "Twilite" (6:43)
  3. Brett Johnson - "Mr Smarty Pants" (6:12)
  4. Rhythm Plate - "Keep Moving" (6:40)
Review: Hudd Traxx 3rd installment of their 10th Anniversary series comes from Eddie Leader, Hector Moralez, Washerman, Brett Johnson & Rhythm Plate. Label owner Eddie Leader delivers a deep & moody house groover with the slick vocals of long time Hudd Artist Hector Moralez, aptly title 'Way Back'. Washerman picks the pace up with 'Twilite', which is reminiscent of legendary Detroit label Underground Resistance, and adds to the continued diversity of this project. Brett Johnson's 'Mr Smarty Pants' is re-released after gaining plays from the likes of Laurent Garnier and an edit by Dyed Soundorom. Closing out the EP are 2 of the most underrated Producers in the business; Rhythm Plate. 'Keep Moving' was Overshadowed by 'Inside Me' on the 'Robbin Hudd EP' in 2007 but is given it's time to shine on 'Now & Then Part 3' and is a fine addition to the 10 Year celebrations.
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  1. Luna City Express - "Good Condition" (5:18)
  2. Sek - "Thug Life" (interlude) (6:26)
  3. Iz & Diz - "Happy" (7:55)
  4. Rick Wade - "Do It" (5:41)
Review: The second part in the Hudd Traxx 10th Anniversary 'Now & Then' compilation sees tracks from Luna City Express, Sek, Iz & Diz and Rick Wade. Berlin duo Luna City Express serve up a lush deep house groove that builds throughout the track, and will bring a smile to the faces of those who follow them on their beloved Moon Habour Recordings. Sek uses slick beats, trippy leads, a driving bassline and some 'Thug life' vocals to ensure this one has 'future classic' written all over it. Go back in time (to 2006 to be precise) on the 'Then' side to find Iz & Diz's 'Happy'. The words 'epic' & 'journey' are often misused in music but both can be mentioned about this track. It had devastating effect on first release and is set to do the same again nearly 10 years later. Rick Wade closes things out in fine style to fly the Detroit flag on an all Chicago / Detroit side.
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Rainmaker EP
Rainmaker EP (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: HUDD 059. Rel: 19 Feb 18
Deep House
  1. Duende
  2. PCH Passing
  3. Machine Pepper
  4. Rainmaker
Review: NYC's Evan Michael joins the long list of Hudd Traxx Producers and arrives with a bang after previously releasing on the iconic Drumpoet Community label. Duende is a hypntoic keys heavy anthem which kicks things off nicely. PCH Passing is a straight up house jam with a heads down breakdown, perfect for peak time. Machine Pepper is a lovely wonky groover and Rainmaker finishes off the EP in fine style. A fine additonn to the Hudd Traxx catalogue before they celebrate their 60th release :-)




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I Am With You (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: HUDD 056 . Rel: 27 Mar 17
Deep House
  1. I Am With You (Iron Curtis remix) (7:45)
  2. I Am With You (Outboxx remix) (5:20)
  3. I Am With You (Ekkohaus remix) (6:31)
  4. I Am With You (Sakro remix) (6:32)
Review: REPRESS ALERT: It was undoubtedly a big moment for Hudd Traxx when they got Chez Damier on board to lend his vocal tones to Eddie Leader and Tomson's "I Am With You" back in 2014. A few years on and Huddersfield's premier house label are revisiting the modern classic with a raft of top shelf remixers on hand. Iron Curtis brings a bubbling, piano-enriched lilt to the jam, while Bristolian duo Outboxx go for an understated slice of straight up deep house. Ekkohaus gets busy with chunky tech house concoction, and then Sakro smooths the mood out with some jazzy keys and a steady groove.
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