Archive for the House Category
Karmil’s fourth album, Will, is released on the Norwegian Smalltown Supersound label – the home of Lindstrøm among others. Even more than before Matt has managed to combine his love of the graceful forward motion of minimal techno beats with the deeply granular textures and meditative chambers of reverb and […]
Austrian producer Demuja heads up the Muja imprint out of Salzburg, and has had previous releases for the likes of Let’s Play House, Freerange, Madhouse and DJ Steaw’s recently launched House Puff – which gives you an idea of where he’s coming from sound wise. A strong collection of his […]
“Alek Lee’s second 12” on Antinote starts with an uptempo opening to a rather downtempo record. Playing with some of the genre (namely, deep house) codes like the use of a politically-aware speech or vibes, Alek Lee can’t resist to give Time his special treatment nonetheless: using some of his […]
For an all too brief period between 1991 and 1994, Jovonn’s Brooklyn-based Goldtones imprint was a shining light for a particularly positive brand of underground US house. Musically expansive but focused on the dancefloor, many of the label’s releases occupied the middle ground between Nu Groove style New York deep […]
Helo. Slow down. Mind the gap. Careful. Little steps. Everything is fragile. Small pieces. Tiny elements. Some do fit. Making parts. Add. Add. Add. Layer. Build. Ninze & Okaxy with their first appearance on Laut & Luise, having constructions in their lightest form. No heavy machinery, no rattling noises. Fine […]
“Vynehall has released two extended EP’s so far, his 2014 breakthrough Music For The Uninvited (3024) – a record inspired by the funk, soul and hip-hop tapes his mum used to play on car journeys which finished the year on a plethora of ‘Best of the Year’ lists including Pitchfork, […]
Manchester DJ/producer, co-founder of SO FLUTE, YADAVA previously released a song with CONTOURS on BANOFFEE PIES. Here he delivers a 10-song debut album of dusty beats, jazz explorations, and deep house grooves.
2017 saw the first two stunning installments of the series and a critically acclaimed compilation for “DJ KICKS”. 2018 is starting off good with the breakbeats, euphoric melodies, & synths of A-side “TEMPLES” matched by the glistening arpeggios & galloping house of “HYPER SECONDS”.
Since the early aughts, Alan Abrahams, aka Portable, has been producing records for labels like Perlon, Live At Robert Johnson, K7, and Süd Electronic. With a new band project RANGEr, the South Africa born Alan Abrahams is an artist in-between genres. A Life Without Notifications is now here, marking his […]
Dirty funk house from Colombia. With heavy remixes by Seb Wildblood, Retrogott, and DJ Qualle and Pontchartrain. Felipe Gordon enters the house world via Toy Tonics in a heavy way. He used to play in bands before switching to samplers and getting addicted to old disco and house vinyl. You […]
Rhythm Section INTL continues its quest to unearth the rawest new talent with this stellar debut from Glaswegian duo ‘String Theory’. Opening up with the majestic ‘Dirty High’ we’re treated to a symphony of modular synthesis, swelling strings and the bounciest drums we’ve heard in a long time. Rarely has […]
Perth native turned Melbourne local Roza Terenzi is one of Australia’s exciting new electronic artists. Her debut for Voyage delivers a three-piece suite of experimental, rhythmic workouts; forward thinking with a heavy lean on early rave nostalgia. The EP is rounded off with a fast-paced remix of the title track […]
Still steamin’ from his Turner Street Sound collaboration, Midnight Tenderness serves up a dreamy first solo offering with a fire-cracker of a four-tracker for Sydney’s Ken Oath Records. The opener ‘Refresco’ is a bleary eyed house number with gently propulsive 707 cowbells and shaker rhythms over smooth pads & an […]
It’s rare to come across a debut album that delights and surprises in equal measure, but that’s exactly what you can expect from Human Call, the first full-length excursion from daydreaming dancefloor fusionists Earthboogie. The East London-based duo of Izaak Gray and Nicola Robinson has previous form when it comes […]
Handcrafted and remastered 2LP edition of Move D’s seminal masterpiece. Originally released on Source Records in 1994, reissued by AVA. Records in 2018. All tracks recorded by David Moufang at reSource Studio in 1994, except: “Sandman”, recorded at the Blue Room in 1992, “Trist” recorded at Future Planet in 1994 […]
Martyn’s 3024 label presents last years double pack of productions from UK house man Leon Vynehall on CD. Having debuted on 3024 with last year’s Open platter, Vynehall is back with Music For The Uninvited, a seven-track collection of tracks supposedly inspired by rides to school in his mother’s car […]
Canadian artist PACIFIC COLISEUM, aka the JAMISON ISAAK alias PC, follows his 2017 album “COASTAL HAZE” with this 2-track 10″ single featuring a pair of smooth downtempo/deep house cuts
The 2nd of 2 parts forming the album “OTOTSU” (along with the “KUBO” EP). A fiery maelstrom of house and disco dancefloor destruction with a dusting of absurdity, these 4 cuts are a magnetic sprint through MPC-fueled workouts, trance-y spaceouts, and loopy hypnotizers.
Swedish producer HNNY’s debut album on OMENA RECORDS, setup by TOBIAS LINDSTROM. 10 tracks of lush, layered downtempo peppered with intriguing samples. One for headz! Originally released in 2015 now repressed on 180g vinyl with a gatefold sleeve. Don’t sleep on this.
Following 2 albums for SMALLVILLE RECORDS, MOOMIN debuts on WOLF MUSIC with this 8-song double LP that sees him showcase the natural, organic sound he is known for across house, hip hop, and his unique take on liquid drum & bass.
DJ Koze returns with second album Knock Knock. Available in 2LP Limited Edition Box Set with bonus 7″, an added LP of instrumentals, a 10″ with three unreleased tracks, poster and jewel case CD. One of the best known DJs in the world, DJ Koze returns with Knock Knock, his […]