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Cat: BARN 047CD. Rel: 12 May 17
Deep House
  1. Intro
  2. A Lover's Anxiety
  3. Llamada 911
  4. City Neon
  5. Esquinas (feat Daniel Raaf)
  6. Klubbensborg
  7. Greg's Island
  8. A Blues (Dolphin Cruise edit)
  9. Ahh Hej Da Ra
  10. East Village Trip
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Reveries Of (2xLP)
Cat: BARN 047LP. Rel: 08 Mar 17
Deep House
  1. Intro (1:42)
  2. A Lover's Anxiety (5:11)
  3. Klubbensborg (6:16)
  4. City Neon (7:53)
  5. A Blues (Dolphin Cruise edit) (7:56)
  6. Greg's Island (5:52)
  7. Esquinas (feat Daniel Raaf) (9:11)
  8. East Village Trip (9:38)
  9. Ah Hej Da Ra (4:21)
Review: Stockholm based Art Alfie unleashes his debut album on local institution Studio Barnhus. The Karlovak co-head (alongside usual partner in crime Mr. Tophat) has had a consistent output, amassing a huge discography in only so many years and consolidates all that experience right here on this fine collection of moods and grooves; all very blissful and sunny with the unmistakable dust and swing of the MPC throughout. Starting out smoothly and deep on "A Lover's Anxiety" featuring subtle jazz elements and shimmering keys, "Klubbenborg" afterwards gets its stomp on in fine from. The slow motion disco of "A Blues" (Dolphin Cruise edit) is just mde for dancefloor drifting and is easily suited to the early evening as it is to the late night alike. Also, "Esquinas" (feat Daniel Raaf) gets its latin stomp on with this furious steel drum workout with real potential crossover appeal.
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Cat: BARN 026LP. Rel: 15 Oct 14
Deep House
  1. Missing
  2. Reality Sparks
  3. Rain Dance
  4. Sun Dance
  5. Ja Rule
  6. Golden Eye
  7. Aches
  8. Drone Zone
  9. Weeeb
  10. Hotel Exile
  11. Quest 1
  12. Discovery/New Dawn
Review: It's taken Baba Stiltz a while to settle on a sound of his own. While his early material - released as far back as 2011 - stuck rigidly to skwee and hip-hop influenced downtempo grooves, latter projects for Studio Barnhus have seen him head in a much more immersive deep house direction. This imaginative and eccentric debut album, presented as a doublepack with full artwork, stitches together these disparate strands. The results are impressive, with vibrant, Balearic-influenced deep house cuts nestling side by side with robust acid jams, scratchy downtempo grooves, grandiose synthesizer soundscapes and skewed instrumental pop. It's an assured and curiously off-kilter debut, which should appeal to those who enjoy more leftfield strains of deep house.
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Cat: BARN 026CD. Rel: 17 Oct 14
Deep House
  1. Missing
  2. Reality Sparks
  3. Rain Dance
  4. Sun Dance
  5. Ja Rule
  6. Golden Eye
  7. Aches
  8. Drone Zone
  9. Weeeb
  10. Hotel Exile
  11. Quest
  12. Discovery-New Dawn
Review: It's taken Baba Stiltz a while to settle on a sound of his own. While his early material - released as far back as 2011 - stuck rigidly to skwee and hip-hop influenced downtempo grooves, latter projects for Studio Barnhus have seen him head in a much more immersive deep house direction. This imaginative and eccentric debut album, presented as a doublepack with full artwork, stitches together these disparate strands. The results are impressive, with vibrant, Balearic-influenced deep house cuts nestling side by side with robust acid jams, scratchy downtempo grooves, grandiose synthesizer soundscapes and skewed instrumental pop. It's an assured and curiously off-kilter debut, which should appeal to those who enjoy more leftfield strains of deep house.
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Played by: Baltra
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Cat: BARN 037. Rel: 16 Dec 15
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Summer Anthem (3:04)
  2. Strings Of Harald (4:29)
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Cat: BARN 057. Rel: 28 Feb 18
Deep House
  1. All Together (5:00)
  2. Meg (8:29)
  3. UG (5:06)
  4. Tell Me Why (4:20)
Review: Three years on from his first appearance on Studio Barnhus, multi-talented Matt Karmil returns to the eccentric Swedish imprint. He's in a surprisingly positive mood on opener "All Together", a chunky slab of skewed loop-house brilliance whose slipped 4/4 drums come laden with sweet, saucer-eyed samples and jaunty stabs. The celebratory mood is enhanced further by the DJ Sneak style bounce of "Meg", before he serves up the polyrhythmic madness of "UG", where synthesized bells, loved-up chords and bombastic sub-bass take centre stage. There's also a horizontal bonus in the shape of delicate but trippy, soul-fired loop jam "Tell Me Why". In other words, it's another must-have from the former Idle Hands, PNN and Beats in Space man.
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Szikra (12")
Cat: BARN 022. Rel: 26 Mar 14
Deep House
  1. Szikra
  2. Szikra (bonus beat)
  3. Szikra (Abdulla Rashim remix)
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The Bells (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: BARN 045LP. Rel: 31 Aug 16
Deep House
  1. Szikra Intro (1:35)
  2. BB (6:31)
  3. Dollar Club (5:49)
  4. Gex (2:44)
  5. Josey's Tune (4:43)
  6. Dance....While The Record Spins (5:25)
  7. Szív Utca (5:44)
  8. The Bells (6:46)
  9. Pop (6:23)
  10. Urszusz (5:18)
Review: In recent times, Studio Barnhus co-founder Kornel Kovacs has delivered a string of eccentric, hard-to-pin-down 12" singles that drag house music in weird and wonderful new directions. He's at it again on Bells, the Swede's long-awaited debut album. While largely deep, melodious and quirkily lo-fi - the distinct sound of tape hiss is never far away - Kovacs nevertheless veers off in many different directions over the album's ten-track direction. So while the pitched-down UK funky rhythms and 8-bit synth melodies of "Josey's Tune" impress, dancefloors may prefer the rambunctious, redlined Latin-house thump of "Gex", the sparkling rave revivalism of "Dance...When The Record Spins", or the rubbery bounce and pulverizing analogue bass of "Pop".
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Cat: BARN 024. Rel: 29 Oct 14
Deep House
  1. Palm Trees Love
  2. Spring Ball
  3. Spring Ball (Simon Haydo rework)
Review: Polish studio boffin Naphta seems to be a producer on the rise. His most recent EP, Solar Empire, created memorable deep house tracks out of humid instrumentation, loose percussion and curious South American influences. Here he's at it again, offering exotic, sun-ripened grooves for Axel Boman and company's Studio Barnhus imprint. "Palm Trees Love" has a little more lazy disco flavour, with glistening guitars, snappy handclaps and a warm, dub-influenced bassline helping to create a particularly Balearic mood. There's an even more humid, South American feel to the choppy "Spring Ball", which is also turned into an hypnotic chunk of heads-down tech-house - complete with Batucada drums and intoxicating electronic noises - by remixer Simon Haydo.
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Cat: BARN 010. Rel: 14 Dec 17
Deep House
  1. Sad But True (10:11)
  2. Sad But Dub (7:42)
  3. Dub But Sad (4:29)
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  1. Multi Orchestral House Sound (2:43)
  2. Hammond Fireworks (6:03)
  3. Marcy Son What (4:57)
  4. Hessingen (6:27)
  5. Kungssten Bus Stop Riddim (2:56)
  6. Path Mountain Square (5:15)
  7. Waayaha Cusub (4:24)
  8. Jenin Grill Dreams (6:27)
  9. Wudzele Obeme (3:20)
  10. The Return Of Uncle Benon (2:06)
  11. K&F's Favorite (6:39)
  12. Wheel Of Fortune (2:52)
Review: Faik Shakarchi and Daniel Straneus certainly have a unique take on house music, one existing at the intersection of Scandinavian poplands, Hisingen forest raves and outernational placelessness. Originally meeting in the workplace in their native Gothenburg, their now 10-year old friendship has birthed several releases on the likes of Geography, Yummy and Let's Play House - and many a back to back marathon DJ set throughout the world. The duo has also been a part of Studio Barnhus since the very beginning; the distinctive sound of their early material has been expanded upon and further defined on their debut album. From dusty, lo-slung sample heavy joints like "Multi Orchestral House Sound" or "Kungssten Bus Stop Riddim", to more funky upbeat grooves like "Hessingen" (with its strong Afro influence) or the loopy "Path Mountain Square" with its French Touch influence. There's more variety in the form of "Jenin Grill Dreams" (sultry late night deepness!) and the broken beat dreamy house of "K&F's Favorite"
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  1. Multi Orchestral House Sound
  2. Hammond Fireworks
  3. Marcy Son What
  4. Hessingen
  5. Kungssten Bus Stop Riddim
  6. Path Mountain Square
  7. Waayaha Cusub
  8. Jeni Grill Dreams
  9. Wudzele Obeme
  10. The Return Of Uncle Benon
  11. K&F's Favoite
  12. Wheel Of Fortune
Review: Daniel Straneus and Falk Shakarchi are Studio Barnhus originals. While they've not put out anything on the Swedish imprint since 2012, they were responsible for the much admired label's second ever release way back in 2010. Given this history, it's perhaps unsurprising that their amusingly titled debut album, Steal Chickens From Men and the Future From God, sounds a little like a CD-length distillation of all that makes Studio Barnhus such an exciting label. Quirky and eccentric from start to finish, it features cut-up MPC loop jams nestling side by side with woozy, deep disco-house shufflers, skewed homemade reggae riddims, glassy-eyed ambient and sample-heavy Balearic house workouts. It's the sort of album that won't just make you tap your toes, nod your head and wiggle your hips, but also put a goofy smile on your face.
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Studio Barnhus Volym 1 (3xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: BARNVOL 001LP. Rel: 04 Sep 18
Deep House
  1. Man Tear - "Night Fantastic" (4:33)
  2. Lukas Nystrand Von Unge - "Sans Titre" (5:10)
  3. Off The Meds - "Currency Low" (2:28)
  4. Baba Stiltz - "LOVE" (3:14)
  5. Adrian Lux - "Teenage Crime" (Axel Boman dub) (7:21)
  6. Bella Boo - "Boyboy" (3:43)
  7. Qaadir Howard - "Bloodied & A Mess" (3:19)
  8. Kornel Kovacs - "On Roofs" (5:18)
  9. DJ Koze - "Hawaiian Souldier" (4:06)
  10. Sofia Kourtesis - "Win Win San" (6:24)
  11. Pedrodollar - "Reality World" (3:30)
  12. Axel Boman & Miljon - "Forgot About You" (Piano version) (4:43)
  13. Superpitcher - "La La La Land" (5:36)
  14. Paradise Alley - "What Road" (4:31)
  15. Torolf Stendik - "World Is A" (Disko dub II) (5:46)
  16. Thomas & Jonas - "Lagsasong" (3:47)
  17. John Talabot - "The Change" (6:46)
  18. Whispers Beirut - "The Champion" (5:07)
  19. Moonilena - "Stone Talk" (5:31)
Review: Subversive disco Swedes Studio Barnhus curate and compile the compilations of their lives right here as the label arm of their operations celebrates its breadth and vibrancy with this 19 track, triple vinyl compendium of every groove that glitters... Left sided pop (Man Tear "Night Fantastic"), 21st century blues (Baba Stillz "LOVE"), dusty lofi warehouse rattlers (Qaadir Howard's "Bloodied & A Mess"), trippy seaside love songs (DJ Koze "Hawaiian Souldier") dreamy pastoral strums (Superpitcher's "La La La Land") and slinky dubby acid (Axel Boman's dub of Adrian Lux's "Teenage Crime") are just some of the charming, freeform and high spirited styles and shades on offer here. Pure bliss.
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Played by: Benjamin Fröhlich
 in stock $29.40
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Studio Barnhus Volym 1 (unmixed 2xCD)
Cat: BARNVOL 001CD. Rel: 19 Sep 18
Deep House
  1. Man Tear - "Night Fantastic"
  2. Lukas Nystrand Von Unge - "Sans Titre"
  3. Off The Meds - "Currency Low"
  4. Baba Stiltz - "LOVE"
  5. Adrian Lux - "Teenage Crime" (Axel Boman dub)
  6. Bella Boo - "Boyboy"
  7. Qaadir Howard - "Bloodied & A Mess"
  8. Kornel Kovacs - "On Roofs"
  9. DJ Koze - "Hawaiian Souldier"
  10. Sofia Kourtesis - "Win Win San"
  11. Pedrodollar - "Reality World"
  12. Axel Boman & Miljon - "Forgot About You" (Piano version)
  13. Superpitcher - "La La La Land"
  14. Paradise Alley - "What Road"
  15. Torolf Stendik - "World Is A" (Disko dub II)
  16. Thomas & Jonas - "Lagasong"
  17. John Talabot - "The Change"
  18. Whispers Beirut - "The Champion"
  19. Moonilena - "Stone Talk"
Review: Subversive disco Swedes Studio Barnhus curate and compile the compilations of their lives right here as the label arm of their operations celebrates its breadth and vibrancy with this 19 track, triple vinyl compendium of every groove that glitters... Left sided pop (Man Tear "Night Fantastic"), 21st century blues (Baba Stillz "LOVE"), dusty lofi warehouse rattlers (Qaadir Howard's "Bloodied & A Mess"), trippy seaside love songs (DJ Koze "Hawaiian Souldier") dreamy pastoral strums (Superpitcher's "La La La Land") and slinky dubby acid (Axel Boman's dub of Adrian Lux's "Teenage Crime") are just some of the charming, freeform and high spirited styles and shades on offer here. Pure bliss.
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Dromhus (12")
Cat: BARN 043. Rel: 31 May 17
Deep House
  1. Superspeed (3:45)
  2. Is This Love (5:41)
  3. Lucid Dream (5:58)
  4. Between A Dream & A Hard Place (5:17)
Review: Ishi Vu aka Dreamboy is a sovereign peaceful gardener spreading affection through the element of sound. The kid from Gothenburg presents this completely enchanting EP which the label best describe themselves as four tracks ranging from beatless 'club heaters to spirit-world ambience' The pop inflected/junkyard groove of "Superspeed" gets the release off to a great start with its auto tune vocals above the dusty grit of analogue drum computers, while "Is This Love" is a charming cover (of sorts) of the Bob Marley classic: real Swedish reggae? On the flip, "Between A Dream & A Hard Place" is five minutes of ambient bliss wrenched from discarded pawnshop synths: a wonderful way to close out a great EP
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Cat: BARN 054. Rel: 14 Sep 17
Deep House
  1. Wheelman - "Underwater Sunrise Party" (4:59)
  2. Hanky - "How Is It Going To End?" (6:59)
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Ypin EP (12")
Cat: BARN 046. Rel: 06 Jul 16
Deep House
  1. Believe (5:46)
  2. Do U Wanna Freak? (5:58)
  3. Hook Up 4 Real (6:18)
  4. Dans Fran Igar (4:34)
Review: Recently seen moonlighting under the Sexazoid name on Sling and Samo's excellent Born Free label, Arvid Wretman returns to his more familiar project, Your Planet Is Next, on a rather fine debut for Studio Barnhus. Some four tracks deep, the YPIN adopts a charmingly naive approach to the tropes of early Chicago house, from the title tracks ("Do You Want To Freak?") to the usage of vocals throughout. If you're not familiar with Wretman's previous work as Your Planet Is Next then this single should demonstrate there is a real humour discernible in his music. Crucially, it is also perfectly suited to the dancefloor and DJs will love the chance to throw some of these charmingly obscure vocals into the mix. Fans of Legowelt check this!
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Cat: BARN 055. Rel: 29 Nov 17
Deep House
  1. Laid Back (7:56)
  2. High Filedity (5:49)
  3. Young Man (4:31)
  4. Some Sounds (4:09)
 in stock $9.26
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