Archive for the House Category
Whacked out from the whisky soaked bristles of Firecracker HQ. the Danish DonDaDa DJ Sports (he of Regelbau and Help Recordings fame) offers up a maiden LP of vast and varied sonic states. Get set for solid rave aesthetics aplenty – the double packs journey trudges over a musical milieu […]
Cosmic Handshakes sees the pairing of 2 extremely talented Detroit natives – Blair French & Todd Modes – who take elements of Disco. Techno. Jazz. House. Afrobeat. Latin music. Dub and Electronics and filter them through their own unique view of dance music. Steeped in soul. live instrumentation. sampling and […]
After introducing Jin Cromanyon end of last year with a special 7 single. we asked him to prepare an LP for 2017. Few weeks ago he sent us his tracks which made us so anthousiastic ! a pure OVNI in between Electro. Acid-House. Synth-Pop and J-pop. rough but romantic. a […]
Project Pablo announces new EP “There’s Always More At The Store”, released 6th April 2018 on 12” and digitally via Ninja Tune’s Technicolour imprint. The Canadian producer has built an impressive discography in recent years with a stream of quality releases via labels such as Clone’s Royal Oak imprint, Spring […]
Pacific Rhythm returns with a slight deviation from the Vancouver sound to explore transmissions from the Eastern corners of Canada. Four introspective yet club forward dance tracks from one of Canada’s finest producers (and a remix from his flatmate) are the result. Have a listen, we think you’ll like it!
Music From Memory’s sister label Second Circle returns with their first release of 2018, this time with a four-track EP from French producer and Antinote-via-Melody As Truth affiliate D.K., aka Dang Khoa Chau. Titled Mystery Dub EP, this new record features two percussive house cuts on the A side with […]
It just had to be done! A remix package for Tornado Wallace’s critically-acclaimed debut album Lonely Planet’ (RB 009CD/LP, 2017). Guest list: I:Cube, Move D, Prins Thomas. Menu: two masterful house music takes on “Today”, one psychedelic bongo shuffle with the parts of “Trance Encounters”, and an added bonus beat. […]
Having recently appeared on Bosconi Records and Altzmusica, Daisuke Kondo is a producer on the rise at present. This outing on Vibraphone adds fuel to that particular fire with four distinctive cuts that push to the outer edges of house music without losing sight of the groove. “Hold On To […]
Panthera Krause is in full effect with his new EP for Uncanny Valley. The successor to his highly acclaimed Umami EP is not only rich in giving the dancers material to freak out on the floor. Beyond that, All My Circuits Part I is a perfect showcase for the Leipzig […]
The big man on campus returns! Fast becoming a staple on Dixon Avenue Basement Jams, the Glaswegian producer throws down an impressive full length demonstrating the diversity within his musical repertoire – and count us in as fans. From the deep and soulful late night house of “Our House” which […]
This is the first we’ve heard from Theory of Movement, a new collaborative project from established deep house producers Grant (famous for fine releases on Mork and the Lauren Bacall) and Dan Piu (Moto Music, Temporary State). Suffice to say, we’re quietly impressed. Their musical melting pot includes grooves and […]
Trudge embarks on the tenth expedition into the exotic lands of palm trees and blue skies with the infectiously moody ‘Negative Spaces’ EP. Expedition ten features four jams packed of broken drum sequences, dreamy pads and scorching acid basslines.
“Very happy to have Henry Wu and Earl Jeffers debuting on MCDE Recordings this fall with their double Sider “Projections/Hi-Life”. Both Pablo Valentino and myself have been fans of their work, be it Henry and Earls solo stuff or the highly adventurous Yussef Kamaal project which Henry introduced 2 years […]
Deep House Lock Eyes embarks on the ninth expedition into the exotic lands of palm trees and blue skies with the ‘Vanished’ EP. Expedition nine features four jams packed of ambient soundscapes, dusty drum sequences and moody synth lines.
Reissue of the “Ascender” EP by Walt J, originally released on Dow Records in 1997. This is the second release on the Walt J series on FIT, created revisit the back catalog of this very talented producer.
Following on from the previous 3 volumes of high quality Disco heat dug from Salsoul’s legendary back catalog we have here the 4th and final instalment of selections that were favored by DJ-demi God Larry Levan on the dance floor of his seminal, game changing NYC nightclub The Paradise Garage. […]
Having previously plied his wares on Distant Hawaii, Rhythm Section International and Moods and Grooves, amongst others, Hidden Spheres has decided to launch his own label. Fittingly, he’s handled the first release himself, serving up a quartet of tracks that each boasts samples from forgotten 1970s documentary Wonders of the […]
Finally, this Italian house classic gets a full legitimate re-release thanks to Fast Forward. First appearing in 1992 when there was a glut of these breezy US house-inspired productions especially those produced by Alex Neri and his associates. It didnt make a huge splash at the time other than becoming […]
The man behind Church Records and half the force propelling Coastal Haze, Seb Wildblood, jumps over to Let’s Play House for a laid back, suave four- tracker that’ll smooth out that transition we’re all going through as summer fades and the embers of autumn begin to burn brighter. ‘Necessary Happiness,’ […]
Slow Town’s 17th release from Melbournes Luis CL is an ode to analogue jams. The Cran town EP shows what Luis CL (one half of the Zanzibar Chanel duo and co-founder of Ruff Records) is know for: Dirty but groovy drum arrangements, analogue synths and dreamy melodies and his kind […]
A new EP from Canada’s super talented OJPB on Boogie Cafe: a joint venture between DJs and producers Jimmy The Twin and Alex out of Bristol UK. It’s certainly a deep disco flavour throughout and perfect late night mood lighting, if we’ve ever heard it. Beginning with the sexy ‘French […]
Evergreen innovators Giegling tickle the triple-G machine once more with this delicious double A from Konstantin. “Shadow” is a timeless ballad to the stars with a brisk breakbeat, delicate vocals and emotional tautness that whisks you back with a strong sense of northern exposure. Its beauty is cleverly balanced with […]
Following up to three albums on Kompakt since 2011, the latest being Signs Under Test in 2015 , Los Angeles based house and techno producer John Tejada returns to the Cologne-based imprint with his thirteenth full-length, Dead Start Program — an eleven-track journey spanning a prismatic array of styles and […]