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Cat: ORN 006. Rel: 14 Jun 10
Deep House
  1. Got To Be Strong
  2. From Who Might That Be
  3. Calvingrad, Boring City
  4. Calvingrad, Boring City (Digs' Dames Agnes Mellers remix)
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Cat: ORN 011. Rel: 18 Jul 11
Deep House
  1. I See (original take)
  2. I See (Moodymanc Deep Reflection mix)
  3. Extra Funk (edit)
Review: The All City Harmony Show rolls into Ornate towers with the A MasDelux Session EP. Kicking proceedings off "I See" is endowed with the kind of boompty bass that immediately brings to mind Julio Bashmore, complemented by gently cooing vocals and synths that drop in and out of the mix sweetly. The mid section breakdown is divine! Moodymanc takes a good long hard look in the mirror with his Deep Reflection mix of "I See", stripping back the original to create a genuine late night burner - exactly the kind of quality we've come to expect from this producer. This shares the flips side with another original ACHS cut, namely "Extra Funk", which shapes a broken beat around some killer boogie bass and cleverly arranged funk samples.



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Cat: ORN 002. Rel: 12 May 09
Deep House
  1. Revelations (Rapture Rub)
  2. Secret Disciples
  3. Revelations (Pillar Of Salt dub)
  4. Secret Disciples (Jonno & Tommo's New Testament dub)
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Cat: ORN 005. Rel: 15 Feb 10
Deep House
  1. 31 Flavors
  2. Turn Around
  3. 31 Flavors (Late Nite dub)
Review: Some classic stuff here from German/American duo Chubby Dubz, who've created a rich collection of three indispensable new tunes for Ornate Music. As with all the songs, a deeper-than-Barry White vocal floats over the top, gently narrating while the deep house grooves develop beautifully. The arrangements are pitch perfect, with sounds never over complicated or over used, while the warm drums keep the rhythm locked. While the Chubs are obviously aware of their house history, songs like "Turn Around" still sound contemporary. Definitely one for fans of Motor City Drum Ensemble - highly recommended
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Cat: ORN 007. Rel: 12 Jul 10
Deep House
  1. Evil
  2. Do You Know
  3. Evil (Jonno & Tommo Axis Of Evil dub)
  4. Do You Know (Sim's Sweet & Nice dub)
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Cat: ORN 004. Rel: 07 Dec 09
Deep House
  1. Back
  2. Hole In Your Head
  3. Better
  4. Better (CP's Better remix)
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Cat: ORN 016. Rel: 04 Mar 13
Deep House
  1. Jus' In Style
  2. Loopdaloop
  3. Gimme The Trus'
Review: One of the founder members of the DiY crew - whose records have been picked up by Zip for his latest Fabric mix, and whose legendary outdoor parties in the early 90s were instrumental in the government bringing in the Criminal Justice Bill - Digs is a long-time comrade of the Ornate Music crew, and his debut for the label comes keenly anticipated. Across three tracks of warm yet party-starting deep house, he demonstrates his keen ear for playful rhythms and interesting melodies; the abstract chimes and diva vocals of "Jus' In Style" are underpinned by a subtle acid bassline simmering to the surface, while "Loopdaloop" combines an insistent organ with clattering percussion that's more WAX than Kerri Chandler. "Gimme The Trus'" closes things out with a number filled with rolling drums, hypnotic vocal, sweeping pads and improvised synth jam that inject a bit of classic Chi-town soul into proceedings.
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Cat: ORN 012. Rel: 30 Jan 12
Deep House
  1. Time & Sensibility
  2. Kirigi Is Coming
  3. Uuuuhhhh!!!!
Review: London-based deep house label Ornate Music come through with another gem in the shape of the latest EP from Dubbyman, filled with robust, beatdown grooves. The EP opens with "Time & Sensibility", creating an all-enveloping atmosphere with its oven-warm pads and rich analogue bass, punctuated with jazzy chords and vocal murmurings. "Kirigi Is Coming", meanwhile, showcases Dubbyman's excellent knack for crafting Moodymann style textures with the depth to boot, combining a solid rhythmic snap with drawn out vocal landscapes and Detroit-referencing melodies. Finally "Uuuuhhhh!!!!" closes the EP with its breathy intro and low slung filtered grooves combining with bubbling laser sound effects.
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Bygone Pinnacle EP (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: ORN 023. Rel: 06 Mar 17
Techno
  1. 5.34 AM
  2. Reduit
  3. Grindelwald (Summit edit)
Review: It's early days for Jakob Panthel and his Faune alias, but he more than steps up to the plate as London label Ornate Music invite him to present his vision for immersive, techno tinged deep house. "5.34 AM" is aptly named, the undulating chord pulse at the heart of the track aiming for the woozy hour of the dance before dawn breaks through. "Reduit" is a more sprightly affair, using similar ingredients but pushing a brighter line in synths amidst the raw drums. "Grindewald" meanwhile heads out into more ambient techno territory with its plush pads and snaking arpeggios, soothing the feisty club-ready energy of the previous two tracks.
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Cat: ORN 009. Rel: 07 Dec 10
Deep House
  1. Deep, Like
  2. Model One
  3. Dub Model
  4. Deep, Like (Dylan Debutt's Red Light remix)
Review: Deep house label Ornate rounds off a fine year with a 12 inch from esteemed Irish production duo Fish Go Deep aka Greg Dowling and Shane Johnson. "Deep, Like" kicks off the A Side, with the result bring to mind what would happen if Jean Michel Jarre rolled a spliff and started making deep house, while the synth work on "Model One" will please anyone who indulged in the recent Recloose retrospective on Rush Hour. "Dub Model", meanwhile, is drenched in positively luscious Detroit chords and shares the B Side with Dylan Debutt's emotive 'red light' remix of the EP's eponymous track.
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Maximum Entropy EP (limited 140 gram vinyl 12" + hand-numbered screen-printed insert)
Cat: ORN 025. Rel: 26 Feb 18
Electro
  1. Maximum Entropy
  2. Bimodal
  3. Piecewise Dub
  4. Dweller
Review: Gauss is made up of Chicago's Natan H and Owen Jay, the main man behind the Batti Batti label and countless other high grade deep and leftfield house and techno variations. The vibe is crisp and machine-powered on this collaborative EP, which follows previous appearances on Hizou Deep Rooted Music and Contrast-Wax, leading in with the punchy but mellow electro excursion "Maximum Entropy". There is a shuffle at work on "Bimodal" but still the Detroit influences are at the front and centre of the mix. "Piecewise Dub" veers off into spacious, experimental territory where the beats come second to the strafing synth work, and then "Dweller" finishes things off with some bare bones machine funk.
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Cat: ORN 003. Rel: 22 Jun 09
Deep House
  1. Bring Down The Walls
  2. I Know You Were Right
  3. I Know You Were Right (C Soul On The House remix)
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Cat: ORN 014. Rel: 09 Jul 12
Deep House
  1. Fill Emptiness
  2. Fall Down On Me
  3. Ninety
Review: Homepark might only have a few releases in their arsenal, but the standard of labels the East London duo have graced demonstrates it's all about the quality and not quantity. Having already graced the likes of Bliq, 3rd Strike, Enterbt and Simoncino's House Sound initiative, Homepark hop onto one of the UK's most respected proper house hubs in the shape of Ornate Music with the three tracker Fill Emptiness EP. Senses are flushed with warmth as soon as the title track arises from the warmth of the opening pads, slinking into twilight action on a slick Chicago groove driven by crisp, intricate percussion. Proceedings change up on the flip, with the buffed up toughness of "Fall Down On Me" with Homepark taking a more stripped back approach, lining a bumping drum track with mere hints at melody (which explode with intermittent excitement) and an expertly weaved vocal sample drenched in all too effective delay. Finally, Homepark flex their emotive chord abilities to the max on the sumptuous "Ninety" letting the textural emotions build for a good few minutes before dropping the kick!
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Cat: ORN 018. Rel: 18 Jun 13
Deep House
  1. Close The Door
  2. Small Stone
  3. Small Stone (Miles Sagnia Cosmic Gravel mix)
Review: REPRESS ALERT!!! Coming correct from deep within the London scene, Jonno & Tommo consummate their production partnership with a return to Ornate to delve further into the hypnotic, soulful end of the house spectrum. "Close The Door" stretches across the A-side of their new release, the tough demeanour of the drum-heavy intro giving way to a serene pad arrangement, setting the tone for a starlit workout bolstered by an infectious hook of dusty vocal and subtle sonic decoration that accentuates the groove. "Small Stone" represents a more reflective mood on the flip, steadily feeding in reams of rhythm and melody before fully blossoming into an equally seductive, bumping jam laced with a perfectly pitched acid line that nestles into the cosy confines of the track.Secret weapon of the capital's underground house fraternity, Miles Sagnia steps up with a simmering remix of "Small Stone" that keeps the tension high and the textures roaming through a decidedly futuristic soundscape, while still retaining the ethereal tone of the original.

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Cat: ORN 020. Rel: 06 Oct 14
Techno
  1. Meanwhile In Ridgewood
  2. Sophie
  3. Through The Fog
  4. Visage
  5. Visage (Leif remix)
Review: Operating from the heart of Brooklyn, NY, the latest artist to sign up to Ornate is Jordan, whose plush deep house sound has already surfaced via a collaboration with Fred P on the Deep Explorer compilation Far & Beyond.

Living on the border of the Bushwick and Ridgewood neighbourhoods, the title of the EP is a nod to the difference Jordan sees between his own spiritual, detailed work and the trend for rougher analogue sounds that have been sweeping the city he calls home. With a focus on expressive, richly melodic synths and delicately balanced rhythms, his music stands apart from the wave of guttural lo-fi sonics, and yet this is still house music with that East coast punch where it counts.

With an imminent release for the noted Finale Sounds imprint establishing Jordan well within the remit of high-end house and techno, it gives us great pleasure to present these exercises in soulful immersion, from the three 4/4 driven pieces to the ambient vignette "Visage". With the door open for more experimental interpretations, it made perfect sense to invite former Ornate guest Leif back to turn out a remix of the track, his own hushed tones having recently graced a critically-acclaimed debut album for Fear Of Flying. It's the ideal complement to an EP of highly developed musicianship that spells another exciting step forward for both Jordan and Ornate.
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Inside Silent EP (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: ORN 021. Rel: 27 Apr 15
Deep House
  1. Necessary Illusions (8:45)
  2. 404 Page Not Found (5:57)
  3. F/Ck The Hype (7:36)
  4. Facing You (6:09)
Review: Following a string of hot releases from Leif, Jonno & Tommo, Rai Scott and Jordan, London-based label Ornate Music is reaching across the channel to Parisian producers and Flyance Records founders Ka One & St-Sene - who deliver four tracks of pitch-perfect, soul-searching 4/4 that align perfectly with the sonic philosophy of the label.

The EP comes to life with the energised insistence of "Necessary Illusions", which capitalises on a sprightly rhythm section balanced out by sweeping pads that help the track straddle the warm-up / peak-time divide with grace.
"404 Page Not Found" takes a more heads-down route into moody bass tones, snapping percussive hits and mysterious melodic swirls lingering in the far distance, making a haunting foil to the inviting tones of the opening track.

On the flip, "F/ck The Hype" channels the spirit of dub techno into a subtly funky confection, letting the aqueous chords bounce in their feedback echoes, neatly sidestepping the soporific qualities normally associated with the style.
"Facing You" meanwhile makes for the ideal EP closer with its submerged beats and elegant swathes of harmony, conjuring up a captivating melancholia in each lingering piano note and chiming bell.

With each track telling its own unique story, Ka One and St-Sene have crafted a rich and engrossing release that shows how much diversity there is to be enjoyed in the contemporary house and techno scene.
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Cat: ORN 017. Rel: 25 Mar 13
Deep House
  1. Circumstance 4
  2. Every Cloud
  3. Each Day Made New
Review: Hot on the heels of Ornate Music's last release featuring the bumping house business of Digs, the imprint set their sights on Welsh producer Leif, who has been turning heads with his masterful deep house for labels like Fear Of Flying and Fina since 2003. Kicking off with "Circumstance 4", whose smooth organ refrain drifts over a lightly rolling groove, the vibe switches up with "Every Cloud", whose gentle jazz-inspired piano and abstract, dubbed out soundscape is strongly reminiscent of Floating Points more freeform productions. However, it's "Each Day Made New" that provides the EP's most surprising moment, an Andres style hip-hop track with a cut-up, sunshine drenched quality calling Recloose to mind.

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Each Day Made New EP (140 gram violet vinyl 12")
Cat: ORN 017L. Rel: 30 Nov 15
Deep House
  1. Circumstance 4
  2. Every Cloud
  3. Each Day Made New
Review: With the original pressing of the 2013 release long gone but still in great demand, Ornate is thrilled to revisit Leif's Each Day Made New EP and give it a lavish new repress on violet coloured vinyl. When the record originally dropped it received support from artists as well-respected as Larry Heard, Soul Capsule, Jane Fitz and Rhythm Plate, and continues to be spun regularly to this day.

Since then Leif has been on an incredibly productive run, releasing his debut album Dinas Oleu on Fear Of Flying as well as singles on Sudden Drop and Idle Hands. UntilMyHeartStops, the label he runs with Joe Ellis, has continued to build in notoriety with celebrated releases from Steevio, Arnaldo and Duckett, while Leif himself is preparing to release his much-anticipated second LP through the imprint soon.

It's the perfect time to be reminded of a true gem from the London-based artist's back catalogue, from the warm, ear-snagging chords of "Circumstance 4" to the low slung downtempo funk of the title track, and give a few more eager heads the chance to grab a copy.
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Cat: ORN 008. Rel: 28 Oct 10
Deep House
  1. Interplanetary Visitors
  2. Bounce Theory
  3. Twilight
Review: Miles Sagnia, who already has a release on Keith Worthy's esteemed Aesthetic Audio label under his belt, continues to explore the more melodic end of deep house on the Astrobiological Funk EP for Ornate Music. Acid squiggles underpin pleasant piano stabs and vocal snatches on "Interplanetary Visitors", a track steeped in oven warm Detroitisms. Flip over for "Bounce Theory" which got Juno pulses races thanks to its deeply submerged sensual vocal groans and beefy drums, while "Twilight" closes out a fine 12" with a gentle shuffling rhythm.
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Cat: ORN 019. Rel: 09 Jun 14
Deep House
  1. Forgotten Sleep
  2. Here & Now
  3. Do We Really Know
  4. Do We Really Know (Dubbyman Break The Beat mix)
Review: Ornate resurface with their first release of 2014 and usher in a label debut for Rai Scott, the Edinburgh-based producer who has been making a name for herself as part of the 2DeepSoul project with Brad Peterson and the Inner Shift Music label they both run. This standalone appearance on Ornate Music provides the opportunity for Rai to explore the deepest facets of her sound. Machine soul runs throughout the three original tracks on this EP, marrying the warmth and punch of classic techno instrumentation with compositional skills and a sharp ear for production. Reaching out to Dubbyman for a remix, the Deep Explorer boss uses a crisp broken beat structure to inject a wholly different kind of energy into "Do We Really Know".
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Inverse EP (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: ORN 024. Rel: 11 Sep 17
Deep House
  1. Subsonica
  2. Inverse
  3. Chatka
Review: Dutch producer Sota is the latest to be snapped up by Ornate Music, presenting his second ever release having first come to light with his own Talaman label earlier in the year. "Subsonica" rides on a tough house groove, keeping the elements as spartan as possible while heading straight into the deep end of the night. "Inverse" is a skippier affair that deals with heavily processed synth flares and a deadly swinging groove, and then "Chatka" finishes the EP off with a dreamy cut peppered with delay processing for the quintessential dubby trip through refined 4/4 dance music.
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Latitude EP (feat Caldera remix) (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: ORN 026. Rel: 16 Jul 18
Deep House
  1. Ancient Tones
  2. Jet Lagged
  3. Ancient Tones (Caldera remix)
Review: Jayson Wynters is best known for his recent work on Don't Be Afraid, but the Birmingham resident has also been spotted on Mr G's Phoenix G label and elsewhere. Now he brings his smooth, undulating style of deep house to Ornate, fitting right in alongside the likes of Sota, Gauss and Faune with the immersive pulse and swooping pads of "Ancient Tones." "Jet Lagged" is a true trip-out affair with a bassline to sink into and chord washes that reach skywards, and then Caldera comes on board for a remix of "Ancient Tones" that works some crafty broken beats into the mix for a distinctive, wholly different outcome to the original.
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Cat: ORN 010. Rel: 28 Feb 11
Deep House
  1. Gelly
  2. Who's Got The Clap?
  3. Sweet Love
Review: Deep house imprint Ornate reaches its landmark 10th release with YSE (pronounced 'easy' in case you were wondering), a man who in his own words "enjoys nicely syncopated rhythms, heavy melodies, outgoing quirkiness and a quality glass full of cheap Brandy and Coke - hold the ice", all of which - bar the cheap Brandy and Coke - are in full effect on this frankly awesome Drawn At Dawn EP. "Gelly" and the mischievously titled "Who's Got The Clap?" vie for your attention on the A Side, with the mechanical chords, sparkling groove and masterfully arranged vocal samples of the latter proving to be the highlight. Sprawled across the B Side you'll find a Chi-town bassline flexing against dreamy Motor City atmospherics and some nice pan pot percussion.
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