Archive for the House Category
Uptown, he pays attention to the rolling, percolating breaks and piano house keys of Madlak’s ‘Dance Forever’, and downtown he reworks the funky mid-tempo budge of Hot Slot Machine’s ‘Rhythm’ .
This Toronto act have cited their influences to include “boogie, house music, coldwave synths, gospel vocals, 808’s, and moog basslines”. Make of that what you will, but this 7-track EP is certainly diverse! (BELTERS)
The “SOURCED” EP follows his critically acclaimed “WILL” on SMALLTOWN SUPERSOUND. MATT delivers two classic disco edits and two killer deeper tracks. A perfectly balanced EP with a track for all times and moods and essential for those early or late night sets.
This hard-working Scottish artist with releases on FUTUREBOOGIE, PHONICA WHITE, and MAN POWER joins the DELUSIONS OF GRANDEUR family with the lush deep house of the title track. “PUTTING IT IN MY WAY” ramps up the percussive elements with both vocal & instrumental.
“Susumu Yokota is one of those artists who cannot be pinned down to one genre or style. Last year he released different projects that expertly covered experimental electronica, deep house and a garage album all to great critical acclaim from respective specialist and mainstream press. On this, his second album […]
Repress of A Sagittariun’s debut 2011 EP on Elastic Dreams. The Circle Stops Somewhere has been a defining release for the British techno explorer. Now the label represses the original vinyl release that features two amazing MD2 (AKA Mike Dehnert) remixes. Resident Advisor summarized the debut A Sagittariun release in […]
Francis Harris’s Scissor & Thread offers another exercise in subtlety and restraint by the emerging talents of Nadia Khan. “In Gleam” is a beautifully evocative drift into ambient textures — rising pads and occasion bass tones combine to set an exquisite scene. “Local Visit” is a collaboration with label boss […]
Neue Grafik’s Innervision takes cues from the broken-beat sound of London while paying homage to the Parisian house dance scene. Largely sample based, but also employing more live instrumentation than before, Neue Grafik’s music is informed by movement and offers much to which dancers can respond.The EP begins with the […]
2018 repress. Working closely with Paul Bender of Hiatus Kaiyote and Jamil Zacharia, 30/70 produce their new record, Elevate. Elevate is a sublime statement; at once a cry for help and a call to arms, it balances delicate poetry and potent aggression with ease, all of this done with a […]
Produced. Arranged and Mixed By –. Dario Fimiani. Flavio Cuva. Giuseppe Zanin. Jamie Lewis and Tibor Lörincz for U.M.M. records in the 1993 . 5 House/Deep/Happy vibe tracks…Flash Forward represses one of the most played record in the Underground House scene of the 90s. five different high quality tracks for […]
Psychedlic Electronica On This New Fututibile Release (sublabel From Periodica). Icio Omeghas Psyco Cruise Is A Collection Of Songs And Private Recordings Made Between 1984 And 1991 In His Studio On The Island Of Stromboli. Icio Omegha. Formerly Known As Maurizio Aghemo. Is A Guitarist. A Sitarist And Keyboard Player […]
After a couple of sparking. floor-oriented releases by UK luminary Henry Wu and head honcho Pablo Valentino. MCDE Recordings continues its explorations of dance music spectrum with a brand new offering. right on time for the summer. . Now batting is nomadic beatsmith Hugo LX. who develops a new chapter […]
All tracks produced and arranged by DJ Don Carlos. 8 tracks never released on vinyl taken from the album -The Cool Deep-. 2 separate vinyls for 2 essentials release… The first 12- include A1. Voyage A2. House Of Bluse B1. Equinox B2. Playa Serena… Big release from the master of […]
Housemates make their debut on NAFF with a blinding prog-house anthem conceived last summer at Casa Di Ruffino. Montreal. The ultimate dollar bin jumper. Soul Value shines with the sax magic of regular collaborator Emmanuel Thibau. Remixes by Florist and Lamusa II appear on the flip to round out the […]
The 6th release of Ville Nouvelle. Music for Five Post Cards brings together five artists from across the globe. both old and new to the label. The compilation materialises as a musical ballad. 40 minutes long. and evoking feelings of travel and the contemplation of nature. In the continuity of […]
Following on from Angophora s beautiful long player. Ken Oath is back with another full length LP from Low Flung. Friends of the label will note that this is his third release for Ken Oath. and it s a fittingly mature and expansive statement for a debut LP. Perhaps mature […]
Look we re five records deep and yes. we arent sure which tune is on which side. But luckily. this release is as high concept as Speed 2: Cruise Control. On one side you will find AD. which samples an inspiring speech given by the heroic Angela Davis at Southbank […]
Brand new from Vancouver s Regular Fantasy on Total Stasis Featuring guest touches from some of the Mood Hut family….Sunsets & Sublets – a record with several big hits by Regularfantasy (British Columbia) – also from DJ Silk. Bobo Eyes. Plush Throw. Lonely Flute. etc. with her pacific and personal […]
Harrison BDP embarks on the sixteenth expedition into the exotic lands of palm trees and blue skies with the ambient and spacey “Be Like Water” EP for Shall Not Fade sister-label Lost Palms. Expedition sixteen features four jams packed full of dystopian-esque pads. crunchy drum sequences and ambient soundscapes.
One of the deepest reaching projects from the multifaceted Vibraphone stable resurfaces for an extended trip through ambient sonics that marks possibly the most daring departure on the esteemed Italian label to date. The harmonious tones undulating throughout Sketches From Space are instant soothers. taking the odd cue from techno […]
John Beltran first emerged in the techno scene 1991 with the Aquatic 12” on Carl Craig and Damon Bookers rare and seminal Retroactive label. The tones and shapes on Aquatic and his follow up for R&S Earth & Nightfall suggested an individual take on modern electronics as shades of jazz, […]
Even if he’s not Mood Hut’s most recognizable name, Ian Wyatt has always been an integral part of the crew. He’s a cofounder who was instrumental in developing Vancouver’s chilled, dubbed-out house sound with his records and mixes. After two years of inactivity, Wyatt returns with his long-awaited Local Artist debut […]