|1.||Jesse Bru - "Futaki"|
|2.||DJ Aakmael - "Offering"|
|1.||M Vaughan - "Reel Recognize Reel"|
|2.||Moony Me - "Taurora"|
Super Tuff makes an impressive debut straight out of Brooklyn with M. Vaughan at the helm, and it looks like high grade deep house is on the menu judging by the quality spread across this first 12". Jesse Bru is up first with the steady cruising "Futaki", featuring a great speech by Tom Waits about crooked trees. DJ Aakmael gets into a bouncier concoction on "Offering", and then it's down to label boss Vaughan to push an agenda of tough NYC flavoured grooves splashed with dusty soul and jazz tones in an utterly infectious style. Moony Me then finishes off the EP with an acid track that features swooning strings and some deft drum play.
Vincent Inc, Replika (Quintessentials), Dj Aakmael (Unxpozd), Jacques Renault, Kisk, Spilt Milk, Mike W - Kolour LTD, Juno Recommends Deep House, Evan Michael, Fog, Lola Allen, Better Listen Records, M. Vaughan, Thomas Wood, Ari Bald, Tilman, DJ Heure
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