Archive for the House Category
Harrison BDP embarks on the twelfth expedition into the exotic lands of palm trees and blue skies with the deep and dark ‘Fade Back From Reality’ EP. Expedition twelve features four jams packed of ambient soundscapes. weight drum sequences and eerie vocals.
Although Adelaide doesn’t have a particularly large electronic music scene, it does have a tight-knit community of talented producers. One of them is DJ Heure, AKA Vlad Gavrilov, whose glistening brand of house has caught the attention of UK labels like Distant Hawaii and All My Thoughts. On Eastbound, Gavrilov’s […]
Real name Takeshi Fukushima, Takecha has been a key figure within Japan’s electronic music scene for decades and belongs to the same pioneering crew as Soichi Terada and Shinichiro Yokota. Now in his mid- fifties, ‘Deep Soundscapes’ is an album encompassing Fukushima’s sound with every track written by the producer […]
Adam Feingold once again dons the Ex Terrestrial alias, this time for an outing on box fresh Canadian imprint NAFF. He’s in a typically melodious and glassy-eyed mood on the A-side, where “Portal Living (Kali)” and “Portal Living (Plain)” provide two contrasting takes on the producer’s warm and wavy interpretation […]
After the success of the Joe Cleen EP, Jazz Cabbage returns in purple with a special new draft in the team: Daisuke Kondo from Okayama – Japan. After spending his teenage years playing bass in local psychedelic bands, Daisuke finds his calling through Detroit soulful house, and delivers here a […]
Laying solid foundations in the underground through 2016 and 2017. Peggy Gou is poised to blow up in 2018. In April she will make her debut at the 2018 Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival in California. but she is kicking off the year in impeccable style with a Resident […]
Rekids latest signing Peggy Gou serves up two subterranean slices of quality with L.I.E.S. producer Terekke providing a remix. The South Korean artist. who was raised in the UK and now resides in Berlin. kick started 2016 for Rekids with her Art Of War release. She now returns to Radio […]
Having been steadily absorbing the flowery humidity in steamy spa towns of central Florida since his debut outing Chillax. Floridian $1 house music purveyor Blair Sound Design aka Kyle Lyon emerges into the Lobster forest with all 16-bit brass and duvet filters blazing. Taking inspiration from late 80’s and early […]
From the knowledge gained on our expeditions. we are able to track down the jets fired during each unique eruption and share them with the people of this majestic orb. The first squirt led us to The Yard in Hackney. where Ross From Friends performed live for one of the […]
After a successful release with Church Recordings at the start of the year Ben Hauke returns to his label WOOP Records for a five track EP . First Takes. First Takes EP combines the sounds of broken beat and house music with a strong nod to 90s Hip Hop throughout. […]
Amsterdam-based duo DJ Windows XP provide the next EP for Live Ones. serving up apple infused. sample driven rhythms that ll pop cherries you never knew you had. The pair have previously offered provoking selections on DJ Haus imprint E-Beamz and the Amsterdam based Who s Susan to high acclaim. […]
Whacked out from the whisky soaked bristles of Firecracker HQ. the Danish DonDaDa DJ Sports (he of Regelbau and Help Recordings fame) offers up a maiden LP of vast and varied sonic states. Get set for solid rave aesthetics aplenty – the double packs journey trudges over a musical milieu […]
After introducing Jin Cromanyon end of last year with a special 7 single. we asked him to prepare an LP for 2017. Few weeks ago he sent us his tracks which made us so anthousiastic ! a pure OVNI in between Electro. Acid-House. Synth-Pop and J-pop. rough but romantic. a […]
Cosmic Handshakes sees the pairing of 2 extremely talented Detroit natives – Blair French & Todd Modes – who take elements of Disco. Techno. Jazz. House. Afrobeat. Latin music. Dub and Electronics and filter them through their own unique view of dance music. Steeped in soul. live instrumentation. sampling and […]
Project Pablo announces new EP “There’s Always More At The Store”, released 6th April 2018 on 12” and digitally via Ninja Tune’s Technicolour imprint. The Canadian producer has built an impressive discography in recent years with a stream of quality releases via labels such as Clone’s Royal Oak imprint, Spring […]
Pacific Rhythm returns with a slight deviation from the Vancouver sound to explore transmissions from the Eastern corners of Canada. Four introspective yet club forward dance tracks from one of Canada’s finest producers (and a remix from his flatmate) are the result. Have a listen, we think you’ll like it!
Music From Memory’s sister label Second Circle returns with their first release of 2018, this time with a four-track EP from French producer and Antinote-via-Melody As Truth affiliate D.K., aka Dang Khoa Chau. Titled Mystery Dub EP, this new record features two percussive house cuts on the A side with […]
It just had to be done! A remix package for Tornado Wallace’s critically-acclaimed debut album Lonely Planet’ (RB 009CD/LP, 2017). Guest list: I:Cube, Move D, Prins Thomas. Menu: two masterful house music takes on “Today”, one psychedelic bongo shuffle with the parts of “Trance Encounters”, and an added bonus beat. […]
Having recently appeared on Bosconi Records and Altzmusica, Daisuke Kondo is a producer on the rise at present. This outing on Vibraphone adds fuel to that particular fire with four distinctive cuts that push to the outer edges of house music without losing sight of the groove. “Hold On To […]
Panthera Krause is in full effect with his new EP for Uncanny Valley. The successor to his highly acclaimed Umami EP is not only rich in giving the dancers material to freak out on the floor. Beyond that, All My Circuits Part I is a perfect showcase for the Leipzig […]
The big man on campus returns! Fast becoming a staple on Dixon Avenue Basement Jams, the Glaswegian producer throws down an impressive full length demonstrating the diversity within his musical repertoire – and count us in as fans. From the deep and soulful late night house of “Our House” which […]
This is the first we’ve heard from Theory of Movement, a new collaborative project from established deep house producers Grant (famous for fine releases on Mork and the Lauren Bacall) and Dan Piu (Moto Music, Temporary State). Suffice to say, we’re quietly impressed. Their musical melting pot includes grooves and […]
Trudge embarks on the tenth expedition into the exotic lands of palm trees and blue skies with the infectiously moody ‘Negative Spaces’ EP. Expedition ten features four jams packed of broken drum sequences, dreamy pads and scorching acid basslines.