Archive for the House Category
Better Listen’s latest signing is dusty-fingered producer Saint Paul, who impressed us greatly with his debut single on Moonrise Hill Material this time last year. There’s a wonderfully summery feel throughout, starting with the lilting horns, fluttering flute loops and Brazilian disco-flecked deep house shuffle of superb title track “Naturist […]
Amsterdam-based graphic designer turned producer Young Marco has previously shown hints of greatness, most notably with a pair of superb 12″ singles on ESP Institute that layered picturesque melodies atop huggable analogue grooves. Here, he delivers his debut album, Biology, and it’s every bit as warm, imaginative and luscious as […]
Label boss YSE is back on PFT with the long anticpated follow up to his ‘Gesamtkunstwerk EP’ which made it into Kai Alci’s best of 2015 chart. If you have been following Ant Plate’s productions under his various guises (YSE, YSE Saint Laur’ant, Rhythm Plate, Vengaboys) you know what to […]
“THE TARLETON APPRECIATION CLUB” features four more lush house explorations from the Icelandic producer with deep and organic grooves, rough drums, and jazzy pads. Comparisons to MOODYMANN and MAX GRAEF would be on point.
“THE AMBASSADOR’S WAY” features 3 eclectic jazz/electronica hybrids formed from the electronic drums of DJ ROU & the bass and guitar of LITE ORKESTRA. Three deep house/nu jazz remixes come from SOFATALK, CHURCH’s SEB WILDBLOOD, and CONTOURS of RHYTHM SECTION INT’L. Only 200!
With previous releases for the likes of CHURCH, QUINTESSENTIALS, TOY TONICS, & SECRET CRUNCH, this hotly tipped producer joins the recently birthed FLAT WHITE RECORDS with 4 genius original cuts. Rounding it out is a classy disco dub of the title cut by THE LAST TRIP TO GANDAHAR.
Russian label GOST ZVUK returns with a 12-song album of glitchy and often beautiful electronic compositions from the St. Petersburg producer who also records under the aliases DADA QUES, FLATY, and WRONG WATER.
Another classic House gem repressed on Italy’s GROOVIN LABEL. This EP is a lot more spaced-out than the other previous MONDEE’ OLIVER & KEVIN DIXON collaborations. Produced soley by KEVIN DIXON this time, we have here a wonderfully crafted, polished & still up-to-date some 27 years later.
The Hungarian DJ/producer is a back with 4 tracks of warm, emotive electronic goodness that incorporates elements of deep house, breakbeats, ambient lush melodies. Definitely for fans of LONE
Following a string of tour dates with his good friend Joy Orbison and setting up his own Well Street Records imprint, Fold returns to Aus Music with the Aegean Sea EP. Rob Glassett, aka Fold, delivers three ’90s Peacefrog-inspired deep percussive house jams, accompanied by a big room broken beat […]
If you dig deep house – hell, electronic music full stop – then you should be rather excited by the arrival of Cerebral Hemispheres, the first Mr Fingers album for 26 years, and the first of any kind by the producer behind the alias, Larry Heard, since 2003. As you’d […]
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 […]