Archive for the House Category
Three years on from the release of Edward’s fine sophomore set, Into a Better Future, Giegling has finally decided to deliver a set of remixes. On the A-side you’ll find Thomas Melchior’s interpretation of “At Ease”, a bustling, bass-heavy and slightly rhythmically off-kilter take rich in trippy samples, booming bass […]
The third artist album on Omena is here, ‘For The Dreamers’ by Saine. An effortless blend of crisp beat-work and delicate textures, the album feels equally suited for playing out loud or for those hazy summer night headphone marathons.
Zen in space makes a prominent debut for Moonshoe Records with ‘Yellow Jazz EP’. The record captivates the feeling of a jam session when the vibe is on point. Soaked in instrumentation, the record feels spacious. Strong percussive grooves guide the listener through a range of moods that each compliment […]
The debut release in “The Promised Land” series; three chapters (II, IV & VII) to wet your appetite! An initial sneak peak of this new dance drama.
Professor Rhythm is the production moniker of South African music man Thami Mdluli. Throughout the 1980’s, Mdluli was member of chart-topping groups Taboo and CJB, playing bubblegum pop to stadiums. Mdluli became an in-demand producer for influential artists (like Sox and Sensations, among many others) and in-house producer for important […]
“Towards distance – embarking upon a journey into the unknown, where only the journey is the reward – not the destination. A road trip into distance. Towards the horizon. Getting in motion and never standing still. This album – my first one – is a product of my own journey […]
Sven Weisemann has been immersed in the underground House and Techno scene for quite some time now having started DJing in 1997 during the rise of the scene on his home turf of Berlin and going on to release material via the likes of Amsterdam’s Delsin, Mojuba, Telrae and liebe.detail […]
Dauwd Al Hilali has a knack for streamlining all kinds of ideas and influences into effortlessly smooth and airy house music. You could compare his glossy textures to the likes of Dusky or Bwana, but his music is more subtle. Theory Of Colours, his first album, is a case in […]
For their first ever double 12 Inch outing Razor-N-Tape presents POOLS, with a sun-drenched and laid-back collection of tunes called “Innertubes”. POOLS, the moniker of Los Angeles duo Thee Mike Bee and DJ Morsecode, craft a sound that conjures up the easy going swagger and soulful grit of the left-most […]
Earth Trax embarks on the seventh expedition into the exotic lands of palm trees and blue skies with his ambient ‘I Gave You Everything’ EP. Expedition seven features four jams packed full of emotional breakdowns, moody synth lines and dusty drum patterns
Anthony Fade join the Shall Not Fade with the club fuelled ‘Champagne Paradise’ EP. Australian duo Anthony Fade graduate from SNF sub-label Lost Palms with three groovy, broken beat house jams, accompanied by a remix from Detroit house legend Andrés. The four track EP features deep house cuts, perfect for […]
Distant Hawaii punts the summer long into the Autumn grass with an uplifting, spirit-dancing, soul-sparkling EP from fast-rising newcomer DJ Different. Coasting off of the back of releases for 1Ø Pills Mate and Mood Of The Era, DJ Different grabs the bull by the horns for this one with some […]
Chris Watson and Chris Coupe are a duo from south east London, using music to make music. This would mark their second release for the esteemed London deep house imprint Church, in addition to tracks for other fine tastemakers such as Rhythm Section Intl and Bristol’s Banoffee Pies. The Home […]
A soothing summer airstream coasting off of the Adriatic, Lock Eyes turns in four kaleidoscopic house & techno jams for the Lobster main label, keeping the summer sun rolling on through. Opening the EP is ‘At Corsica’, an ever evolving, blissful and sun drenched house jam plucked straight from the […]
Idealist is a producer based in Zurich, and after releasing a good amount of EPs on his own label he’s ready to debut with his first full length LP called “Firewood Street”. All the tracks are affected by dub techno influences, but the instrumentals are a particular blend of oldschool […]
“The latest release on Workshop comes from an unlikely source. Ozel AB is a graduate of one of modern dance music’s most polarising outlets, Lobster Theremin. Specialising in a scuffed and rhythmically simple sound, Lobster Theremin is a scene-defining label, having laid the groundwork for the divisive lo-fi house sound […]
Children are laughing and playing in the back, a baby screams happily: handsome field recordings welcome the listener to the final chapter of Fred P’s Fp-Oner trilogy for Mule Musiq. The New York City native’s 7 features tunes for deep meditative club use and beyond. 7 brings the listener house […]
Sometimes you have these dreams in which you’re on that road again. No bumps, lots of sand, and a crisp motor that navigates you to the beginning of time. As the excitement grows, the speed increases – not with memories, but with claps and kicks and snares and then those […]
It would be fair to say that Firecracker offshoot Unthank is a little underrated. The 10″ series, which variously focuses on experimental deep house and curious downtempo explorations, has previously showcased superb work from Vakula, Inkswel, Booshank and Lord of the Isles, amongst others. Here, Vancouver’s LNRDCRY gets in on […]
We’ve come accustomed to hearing dreamy and sumptuous fare from Project Pablo, so it’s slightly disarming to find him in a more forthright mood on this Club Lonely debut. Of course, his love of tactile, mood-enhancing chord progressions remains in tact, as is proved by lead cut “Night Shift”. Yet […]
DJ Boring embarks on the sixth expedition into the exotic lands of palm trees and blue skies with his dreamy ‘Different Dates’ EP. Expedition six features three jams packed full of moody synth lines and broken beat drum sequences, accompanied by a mind-blowing remix from Baltra.
Best Record Italy take the time machine all the way back to 1979 to revisit the wonderful Italo-Disco delights of Adolf Stern, whose “More… I Like It” represents the strangest end of the genre as it was taking shape. With heavily processed vocals injecting some serious strangeness into the chirpy […]