Archive for the House Category
Hamburg deep house cognoscenti Julius Steinhoff and Dione return for their second full length as Smallpeople, following up 2012’s much lauded Salty Days and some sporadic EPs on their Smallville and Fuck Reality imprints respectively. “Afterglow” is a solid effort that continues with their fascination of classic U.S. deep house […]
The mighty DJ Spider lands on Green Village after delivering a 12″ to the Jersey City label a couple of years back. Spider’s deadly combination of the weird and tough is whisked into a canny blend on this record – the synths have a warm, melodious quality that complements his […]
Under the alias Ciel, Xi’an-born/Toronto-based producer, pianist, DJ, and Discwoman affiliate Cindy Li embodies the social conscience of progressive electronic music. Ciel’s Spectral Sound debut, Why Me?, is a deeply personal and physical work. The cut’s namesake is sourced from the foregrounded sample, a snippet of dialogue from an old […]
2019 is Mule Musiq’s 15 years anniversary. Their seventh release of 2019 is Roman Flügel’s debut single on the label. The title track on side A is an electric soul house tune and the B side is hypnotic jazzy deep house. It’s reminiscent of Kuniyuki.
2019 repress. “So, what awaits you on the second edition of a compilation that claims to present ‘ambient race car music’? Exactly what it says. A fresh and exclusive collection of music that hopefully sounds as great in a car as it will in the comfort zone of your own […]
Third Space was inspired by a digital painting of a house by Marilyne Blais. A printout of the untitled work was pinned to the wall in Casa de Haiku studio, becoming an unexpected influence on the record. The duo realized early on they had started to imagine the soundscape inside […]
On his DFA debut, German experimental techno producer Edward largely departs from the 4/4 grid he frequents and blurs the focus towards a more slippery, improvisational vibe. Fans of his Desert Sky alias, as well as his work reshaping classic tracks by Harmonia & Eno and Rolf Trostel of Tangerine […]
Peggy Gou is proud to announce the launch of her own independent record label, Gudu Records. The label’s first release will be the Moment EP – a two-track 12′ featuring the tracks ‘Starry Night’ and ‘Han Pan’. ‘Moment’ sees Gou continue to explore the charismatic facets of her musical and […]
Leon Vynehall’s beautiful ambient, cinematic race car track now reconstructed for the dancefloor. Comes with an unreleased beat version on the A-side and the original version taken from Gerd Janson’s ”Music For Autobahns 2” on the flip.
Dolly Dubs welcomes none other than techno royalty Dan Curtin to the label with four forward thinking cuts! In his signature, energetic idea-rich style, Curtin meanders from vibey electro to uptempo Detroit-esque euphoria, and from innovative techno to broken beat lushness. A perfect mini techno-journey!!!
Italy’s Cosmic Garden debut on Hot Haus Recs with a mini album of lush-atmospheric-house jams. Produced and conceived in the southern city Bari, home to a burgeoning scene of underground house.
The first album on Toy Tonics is the debut album of Toy Tonics label boss, Kapote. And it’s kind of a manifesto of the label’s sound: a perfect blend of jazz funk and slow house. It’s time to solve the mystery as to who Kapote is: it’s Munk! It’s the […]
2019 is Mule Musiq’s 15 year anniversary. The label are going to release twelve 12″s with their friend artists and Stefan Marx making the collectable artwork. The fifth release of 2019 is Losoul’s debut release on Mule Musiq. Losoul is one of the nicest German house producer since end of […]
“Following last year’s release on NAFF, ANF hit the West Coast with four tracks of lush, trance-inducing digital bubblebaths on Pacific Rhythm. You might know this Montreal duo already: After lingering around under a different name, Dust-e-1 burst onto the scene last year with two 12-inches of blazing junglist workouts, […]
Last spotted on a sorely overlooked split 12” with fellow B’more artist Co La (Matthew Papich, also ov Lifted), Hyman is in good company again on Future Times, following the mazy lines of his ‘Couch’ 12” into colourful new niches between the sloshing dreamscape of ‘Slide’, the hair-kissing, in-the-pocket parry […]
Australian producer Roza Terenzi is next on Dekmantel with a quasi-cosmic, tropospheric slab of deep rave. The blend of breakbeats, distorted rhythms, and quirky yet sublime analog melodies evoke the senses, making this an exciting label debut from one of the underground’s rapidly rising stars. ‘Let’s Ride’ kicks of with […]
Nikolajev is a Tallinn, Estonia based producer, DJ, half of Dima-Disk with Ragnar Rahouja and co-founder of the club Kauplus Aasia and the now legendary Lekker before that. His “LEL” EP on Incienso is a diverse four tracker containing many moods and styles – All recorded live in single takes. […]
The Five track EP kicks off with a slinky jazz funk, balearic mover entitled “Camera Dans La Nuit” that weaves the influences of Wally Badarou, and early Brit Funk bands such as Freeez and Light Of The World into a melodic affair that could’ve come straight out of the summer […]
Four recent tape warmed recordings that cover a spectrum of vibes from sample-choped groove, deep house and emotive italo-house. A soundtrack to the changing cityscape and its Utopian promises.
Jayda G will release her debut album “Significant Changes” via Ninja Tune. Musically it’s a blend of vintage drum machine funk drawing heavily on Chicago’s house blueprint – as evidenced by new single ‘Leave Room 2 Breathe’ featuring vocals by life-long friend and frequent collaborator Alexa Dash. The album is […]
‘Saboten’ serves sweetly off-kilter synth dissonance and cranky old skool drum machines stitches with zig-zagging 303s; ‘West World’ embarks a psychedelic sorta melodica and 303 trip ruffed up with clacking Linn drums; and ‘Cycle Blue’ sloshes forward in hypnotically dreamy motion.