Archive for the House Category
We live in an era when “change” is a soundbite to sell more of the same old ideas, and “revolution” has more to do with social trends than social change. Will Long’s deep house debut on Terre Thaemlitz’s Comatonse Recordings examines that pack of lies dubbed “change” from the sweaty […]
You may still be dazed from the first volume (C 026-1EP), but Will Long and DJ Sprinkles have already cued up their second session, with Mint / Clay landing on Terre Thaemlitz’s Comatonse Recordings. The format and aesthetic remains the same as Purple / Blue, namely two raw pieces by […]
Will Long X DJ Sprinkles’ journey to the heart of deep house culminates in the third and final volume in a series of three, offering the broadest yet most subtle, spine-tingling session of the lot, presenting the former’s raw and ‘floor-ready originals backed by the latter’s inimitably sumptuous overdubs. Conceptually […]
Too Slow to Disco take a dive into an often-overlooked side of Brazilian music: Brazilian soul, funk and AOR. The compiler of this Too Slow to Disco release, a giant of musical endeavor, is the young nephew of Brazil’s legendary soul icon Tim Maia, the “Colossus of Rio”, as he’s […]
Repress. From the classic vinyl vaults of Music For Freaks, Methods in Madness, was originally released in 2000 and featured a minimal funk house remix courtesy of Chicago-based deep house guru Tim Shumaker and Brooklyn-based musician Tim Kvasnosky as Home & Garden. The flipside came with two mixes from Soul […]
Nicolas Jaar shows he is paying attention to the masses by issuing a widely called for vinyl press of his A.A.L. (Against All Logic) album 2012-2017. Originally issued as a digital-only release back in February of 2018, it’s slowly grown to become one of the most cherished releases in the […]
The new Toy Tonics EP features four remixes of Kapote tracks. New and exclusive works by FYI Chris (Rhythm Section Intl), Marvin & Guy (Life & Death), Art Alfie (Studio Barnhus), and French newcomer Real J.
J. Tijn embarks on the eleventh expedition into the exotic lands of palm trees and blue skies with the dark and gritty ‘The Deluge’ EP. Expedition eleven features four jams packed of heavy drum rhythms. moody synth lines and ambient soundscapes.
Long time friend of the label. Neue Grafik. steps forth with his most fully realised offering to date. This record has been a long time coming. born out of a encounter in Paris back in 2016. This meeting of minds led to a blossoming friendship between Fred ( Neue Grafik) […]
Ltd 2018 Repress … After a string of well received releases on the likes of 22a and Alexander Nut’s Hotep. Henry Wu steps forth with his most bold statement to date with ‘Good Morning Peckham’ on the Rhythm Section International Imprint. Arguably one of the most hotly-tipped producers in the […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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. […]
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 […]
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. […]