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Djs: Most Charted - Deep House

Djs: Most Charted - Deep House

DJs: Most Charted - Deep House - Most Charted May 2012
3 May 2012
Each month we bring you the most DJ charted releases across all your favourite genres.
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Cat: LAVIDA 001. Rel: 13 Feb 12
Deep House
  1. New For U (5:44)
  2. Drama Around The Corner (4:40)
  3. Jazz Dance (7:30)
Review: Mahogani regular Andres comes correct once again with the debut drop on his new label La Vida, with three tracks that flow with that inimitable Motor City soul. Much like previous Andres output, the triplet on New For U draw obvious lines of influence from Dilla and Dixon Jnr, though it's all sprinkled with Dez's own unique touch and style, be it the infectious snap of percussion or deft and subtle implementation of samples. The title track is a gloriously ripe combination of both those elements as thick drums intertwine with the sumptuous waves of strings and warm chiming chords, everything worked into a rhythmic template that weaves with intoxicating energy. "Drama Around The Corner" makes for one of Andres' trademark neck snapping beatdown moments and the level of percussive detail that's apparent when you concentrate is stunning and is the charming almost brief interlude to the B Side magic. Commencing with a short, looped up jazzual intro, "Jazz Dance" swiftly settles into a stripped down procession of bumping drums, low reaching double bass and swift keys - all of which are intermittently complemented by some expertly looped vocal samples. Occupying most of the B Side, it feels like the track could reach into infinity without losing any charm. Rightly the 12" of the year for us and many others.
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out of stock $10.54
2
Cat: ATA 012. Rel: 09 Apr 12
Deep House
  1. Katoucha?
  2. Inconsequent Pussy
  3. 12Turn13
  4. Attaque De Boulangeri
Review: It's entirely typical of Pepe Bradock that the French producer's first original material in several years should arrive with little prior warning. Since arriving on the house circuit in the late 90s, the Parisian has cultivated an enigmatic presence thanks to a paucity of releases and a disinterest in the self promotional circus that has consumed his peers. This of course hasn't stopped him getting collared for countless excellent remixes over the years, thus adding to the cult of Pepe. A four part Imbroglios series commences in supreme style here, with Bradock's unique production style shining through from the opening bars of "Katoucha?" which accrues all new levels of mind bending texture as it progresses. Few other producers would think to actually sample a cat purring or indeed succeed like Bradock does on the intoxicatingly off kilter "Inconsequent Pussy", and the remainder of the EP is an equally rewarding fusion of eccentric sounds and quirky rhythmic swing.
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out of stock $9.19
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Cat: FXHEMINID. Rel: 26 Mar 12
Deep House
  1. Income Tax Refund Dance
  2. The White Castle Song
  3. Untitled (feat Patrik Sjeren)
  4. 3c 273
Review: FXHE maintain their monthly heat emission for 2012, with label boss Omar S displaying all aspects of his production prowess (as well as skill for a humorous track titles) across four productions - one of which features the button bashing assistance of one Patrik Sjeren. There's something icily brilliant about the restrained "Income Tax Refund Dance" melding a dark piano riff with snapping 808 kicks and rippling lo fi rhythms which only further justifies the title of Omar S's killer 2011 LP. It's complemented by the far rowdier box jam "The White Castle Song" which jackhammers a simple yet highly flammable key riff over low rent percussion for FXHE's most potent ode to the perfect warehouse moment since the all conquering "Here's Your Trance..." Given the lack of additional info, we presume the Patrik Sjeren that produces the B Side "Untitled" track is the same Patrik Sjeren that released in the mid 90s under a multiplicity of aliases, and his contribution is every bit as incendiary as the track preceding it, whilst "3c 273" sees Omar S slip into pensive utopian electro mode with aplomb.
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 in stock $13.78
4
Cat: LELEKA 002. Rel: 09 Apr 12
Deep House
  1. I Wanna Dance With You All My Life
  2. Still Time
  3. Bug Powder
  4. Arrakis
Review: By our count, this second 12" on Vakula's own Leleka imprint is the 619th release to sport the Ukrainian's name since his rise to the fore on Firecracker back in 2010. Whilst he's never really hit a bum note it's fair to say some Vakula productions have been more memorably enduring than others, what is undeniable is the fact Vakula has teased out his own inventive niche in contemporary house music. Arriving in the same sort of how'd they do that black and white spattered vinyl as the first Leleka release, proceedings commence in typically sumptuous fashion with the cloud bursts of fizzing analogues and kaleidoscopic textures of the seemingly infinite "I Wanna Dance With You All My Life" a track retains a glacial, glowering abstract poise throughout. From here, Vakula veers into detuned afro rhythms on "Still Time" sounding very much like Juju & Jordash anointing Ballistic Brothers era Ashley Beedle with their brand of dubwise house. "Bug Powder" commences with a vocal sample swamped in dizzying stereo effect before morphing into an equally swampy outer galactic house swagger, before dovetailing slickly into the thick set analogue fudge of "Arrakis."
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out of stock $10.75
5
Cat: DBA 008. Rel: 19 Mar 12
Deep House
  1. Sun Goddess
  2. Beneath The Reef
  3. Shifting Sands
  4. Savoir Faire
Review: ** Repress in new DBA new labels and sleeves courtesty of Optigram design agency ** The Sun Goddess EP is Beatnick's second outing for the DBA imprint, impressing further on our ears his undeniable talent for crafting housier tackle than the smudged out boogie he came to the fore with for labels like Burntprogress and Altered Vibes. It would take an uneducated ear to not bask in the glory of the title track, which positively reeks of glowering warmth and rhythmic intricacy that's reminiscent of Theo P in his more laidback moments. This approach to programming of subtly introducing track mutations - either melodically or rhythmically - seeps through the rest of the EP ensuring each track reveals all new moments of delight with each listen.
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out of stock $7.02
6
  1. 6th Borough Project - "Estranged Lover"
  2. Haku - "Rugo"
  3. Andy Ash - "Somehow"
  4. Deep Space Orchestra - "Erase Everything"
Review: The Use of Weapons imprint has mastered the easy to grasp, hard to master formula of matching clutches of (excellent) original tracks from Cottam and label bosses Deep Space Orchestra with well-chosen and even better executed remixes from the likes of Hunee, Neville Watson and Marcello Napoletano. The fourth release sees a change in tack, with the label opting to focus on original material from 6th Borough Project, Haku, Andy Ash and of course Deep Space Orchestra. Graeme The Revenge Clark and Craig Smith kick off proceedings with the suitable thick set slow burning "Estranged Lover", though it's "Rugo" by Haku that impresses most. The new project of Deep Space Orchestra's Chris Barker, the track is a superb kaleidoscopic concoction of fizzing uptempo live percussion, synths and drum machines that has more than a touch of the Carl Craigs about it. Andy Ash switches proceedings back to chunky mutant discoid dirt with the heads down, tops off vibes of "Somehow" while the Deep Space Orchestra head for the expanses of future tech jazz with the ten minute odyssey "Erase Everything".
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out of stock $7.55
7
Cat: KLRLTD 010. Rel: 02 Apr 12
Deep House
  1. When The Hate Is Gong
  2. Without You
out of stock $9.72
8
Cat: RHRSS 3. Rel: 30 Jan 12
Deep House
  1. Nightgruv (original mix)
  2. Nightgruv (unreleased longer edit)
  3. I Want Your Love
Review: Rush Hour did us plenty of favours this year but by far our most cherished was the reissue of James Mason's timeless, proto-house excursions on the infamous "Nightgruv" EP. There's really not much to be said about these peerless productions, the original mix is a stunning voyage through glimmering synths backed by a chugging beat groove, but the unreleased longer edit is the one - voyaging through those gorgeous drums and piano keys like there's no tomorrow! "I Want Your Love" is another masterpiece - slo-mo hip-hop beats mixed in with those killer funk bass lines and the infamous vocals taking you to another dimension.
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 in stock $8.92
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Cat: WO-SH8K. Rel: 12 Mar 12
Deep House
  1. Pursuit (mix 3)
  2. Pursuit (mix 2)
  3. Over
  4. Track 4
  5. GJ
  6. GJ (locked groove)
  7. FRCT Beat #6 (KMFH 808 dub)
  8. FRCT Beat #6 (locked groove)
Review: ** REPRESS ** Officially titled Wild Oats Proudly Presents Da Sampla West Side Sessions, you can tell straight away how much work Kyle Hall's label has put into remastering and reissuing this 1997 heat from Anthony Shake Shakir. Screen printed cover art, bonus material on an accompanying 7" and gloriously lo-fi photocopied insert - all these elements just add an additional sheen of "must-haveness" to some archival Motor City brilliance from Shake. All four rollercoaster rides through Detroit rhythms from the 12" Shakir released under his Da Sampla alias on the now defunct M3 imprint are present and sound just as vital now, not least the dizzying kaleidoscopic sensory assault of "Track 4". Two additional cuts of material produced by both Shakir and Hall occupy the red hand stamped 7", veering between the relentless carnival judder of "GJ" and the sparser alien sounds of "Frictional Beat #6" - both of which are complemented by locked grooves. Given the hugely popular nature of Wild Oats output to date, this won't stick around for long.
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out of stock $18.91
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Cat: VP 002. Rel: 02 Apr 12
Deep House
  1. Let's Get It On
  2. Everynight
  3. Deep Inside
  4. Underground System
Review: Having announced the expansion of the Vibes & Pepper brand into record label ownership in consummate style with a timely reissue of the seminal Claude Young & Terrence Parker EP The 4 Play, the Parisian operation now is proud to present the new school of bumping house talent in the shape of Tomska. The Belgian producer has been steadily cutting his production teeth over recent times, with a few select remixes and releases that showcase his love for the sounds of Chicago and Detroit, something that is explored with aplomb on the four track Mental Raw EP. From the opening bars of "Let's Get It On" Tomska shows undeniable ease for combining emotive melodies with a crisp and contemporary treatment of rhythms, with the snapping "Everynight" a particular highlight.
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out of stock $6.47
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Cat: WOLFEP 011. Rel: 26 Mar 12
Deep House
  1. Medlar - "Can't Stop"
  2. KRL - "Static"
  3. Maxxi Soundsystem - "Inside The Count"
  4. Weekend Express - "2 The Rhythm"
 in stock $10.00
12
  1. Cow Palace
  2. Bison
  3. Push Comes To Shove
  4. Fine
out of stock $7.55
13
Cat: DOT 011. Rel: 26 Mar 12
Deep House
  1. People Let Me Down
  2. Grove Side Blues
  3. Cutters Choice
out of stock $7.02
14
Cat: SOL 3. Rel: 02 Apr 12
Deep House
  1. Judy's Bass
  2. Jeally
  3. Carbon Hair
out of stock $8.11
15
Cat: DBRV 012. Rel: 19 Mar 12
Deep House
  1. No Fiction
  2. Ether
  3. Kommands
Review: Deepblak come in from the stark, cold silence with their first transmission of 2012, the suitably titled Astral Metronome EP from label boss Aybee. Those familiar with the label will feel immediately at home amidst the expansive, smudged out sub frequencies of lead track "No Fiction" which soon becomes dominated by the rigid, snapping rhyhtms and a echoed out textural quality that is eerily akin to rust filled water dripping down your spine. Alongside it, "Ether" scratches granular dub techno abrasions into the gloopy bottom end whose viscous form threatens to offset the swing brought by the mechanical skip of drums. This 12" is added further singularity by the monolithic slab of low frequency analogue fudge that is "Kommands", which can only be described as sounding like Aybee mapping out a dystopian nightmare on a musical mainframe that gleefully disregards notions of genre.
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out of stock $8.63
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Cat: 65402. Rel: 06 Aug 12
Deep House
  1. Track 1
  2. Track 2
  3. Track 3
Review: This has been a long time coming! News first surfaced over a year ago of Move D collaborating with Juju & Jordash on an analogue heavy live project entitled Magic Mountain High with the added promise of Workshop released material to follow. Several illuminating festival appearances and many months later and the Workshop label finally present The Schnitzel Box Vol 1, with three untitled productions from the trio that ensure the wait was worth it. Granted the freedom of the A Side, the opening track is allowed the time and space to incorporate both brooding analogue drone and sprawling key laden melodic glisten. Flip over and "Untitled 2" is quicker off the blocks, swiftly settling into a fizzing house jam rich in warm colour and tone and driven by crisp Roland rhythms, whilst the final arrangement is surely the most eminently danceable with yet more warm analogue patterns and Hitchcockian synth drones worming their way around a skipping techno beat. Simply superb!
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out of stock $8.63
17
Cat: RHVD 6. Rel: 16 Apr 12
Deep House
  1. Use Me Again (& Again) (original mix)
  2. Use Me Again (Carl Craig remix)
out of stock $6.47
18
Cat: DEEPEX 025-2. Rel: 30 Apr 12
Deep House
  1. Do It Properly
  2. Water Walk With Me
  3. Do It Properly (Larry Heard Fingers remix)
  4. Outro
Review: Bjak and Dubbyman team up to become Twin Beats on the latter's Deep Explorer imprint. This is the pair's first collaborative release, but their studio chemistry is there for all to see as the first few bars of "Do It Properly" ease out through your speakers. It's floaty, jazz-flecked house bathed in pools of gently rippling bass tones, and things are given a sophisticated edge by the adroit vocals of Brian Cullen. This shares the A-Side with the slightly more upbeat "Water Walk With Me", with Cullen matching Marvin Belton in the modern day soulful crooner stakes. Flip over for a remix of the title track from - gulp - Larry Heard, with the Chicagoan legend turning in a typically sumptuous slice of machine soul that naturally hogs the vast majority of the B-Side, before an excellent EP is rounded off by a beatless outro.
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out of stock $6.47
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Cat: BERG 003. Rel: 26 Mar 12
Deep House
  1. If Only The Past
  2. Alone Always
  3. Right (All Night)
Review: After releasing a swathe of edits between 2004 and 2006, Red Rack'Em has persistently kept up an impressive output of interesting electronic music. The title track on his latest EP, "If Only The Past", plays tricks on your inner rhythm with its loose percussion, Detroit driven pads and a deep vocal injection. The bassline and the kick drum work in conjunction with an immersive bass tone, enveloping you in low-frequency hypnosis. "Alone Always" is a sluggish yet fiercely moving house jam. A well placed medley of samples, startling pads and sharp chords punctuate a penetrating beat - best suited to an early-morning, sub-level sweatbox.
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out of stock $8.63
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Cat: LT 010. Rel: 02 Apr 12
Deep House
  1. Heart Attack
  2. Cold Fire
Review: This latest twelve on Local Talk maintains the standards set so far this year thanks to some stellar contributions from Deymare and Will Madams, and further demonstrates label boss Mad Mats' innate talent for seeking out a cosmopolitan blend of rising house talent. Polish producer Tanzlife is at the helm, clearly impressing Mad Mats with some Soundcloud friendly edits of the likes of Jim Blake, for two tracks of loose limbed deep house heavy on the samples and jacking rhythms. Lead track "Heart Attack" is undeniably fun, splaying a well chosen and equally well chopped soul vocal over a bouncing, 90s stab heavy refrain, whilst "Cold Fire" shows a deeper side to Tanzlife's palette of sounds as well as a real dexterity for synth pattern manipulation.
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out of stock $8.63
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Cat: SAS 002. Rel: 12 Mar 12
Deep House
  1. The Wrap Around
  2. Pain Tomorrow
  3. Pain Tomorrow (Pattern Select remix)
Review: With their feet firmly positioned on Dutch soil, the heads and hearts of Detroit Swindle are nonetheless rooted deep into the soul of the motor city, and this EP of finely crafted grooves on Jimmy Posters and Huxley's fledgling Saints & Sonnets imprint is as brilliant a reflection of their obsession as you could expect. "The Wrap Around" combines a killer vocal hook with a silky line, but it's the bassline that marks it out, coming in with a thudding bassline that twists itself into all manner of unfiltered goodness at the halfway point. "Pain Tomorrow" meanwhile prefers to let its skipping percussion do the talking with a bumping chord led groove that would put MCDE to shame. The EP is rounded off with a killer remix of the title track from Deleusions of Grandeur's Pattern Select, turning in a sparse reworking which transforms the light original into a throbbing piece of basement house.
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out of stock $6.47
22
Cat: RH 039. Rel: 19 Mar 12
Deep House
  1. May The Funk Be With You (original mix)
  2. May The Funk Be With You (Theo Parrish mix)
out of stock $8.38
23
Cat: RSTLSSTRX 0004. Rel: 26 Mar 12
Deep House
  1. Track 1
  2. Track 2
  3. Track 3
out of stock $9.72
24
Cat: ZEDD 12154. Rel: 23 Apr 12
Deep House
  1. Street Skills
  2. Rendez Vous
  3. Absolute Drop
out of stock $6.47
25
Cat: VIS 219. Rel: 02 Apr 12
Deep House
  1. Box Clever
  2. Atonement
  3. Out Of My Mind
out of stock $7.55
26
Cat: BM 010. Rel: 12 Mar 12
Techno
  1. Play It Loud
  2. Freestyle
  3. Go Crazy
out of stock $10.00
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Cat: SIS 018. Rel: 23 Apr 12
Deep House
  1. Tones & Things
  2. Oberon
  3. Orbital Bliss
  4. Orbital Bliss (Patrice Scott rechord version)
Review: The Orbital Bliss EP provides four further expansive journeys into the outer reaches of the techno galaxy courtesy of Mr Patrice Scott, commencing in the ambient soundscape of "Tones & Things", the swaying chord sequences embellished by minor meteor fields of off key hats and luscious textures. From this gently utopian opener, "Oberon" finds Scott in more floor orientated mood, fizzing analogue textures swarming around the gloopy beat, whilst the expanses are filled with similarly futuristic strains of melody and texture. On the flip, the title track locks into a tighter, more introverted groove with simplistic rhythms allowing the gradual rise of hypnotic textural patterns the chance to hypnotise. Proceedings are turned inside out on the subsequent rechord version from Scott, with a much more strident beat relegating the kaleidoscopic textures to the dubby recesses, before the track explodes into blossoming incandescence midway through.
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out of stock $9.19
28
Cat: RHRSS 4. Rel: 23 Apr 12
Deep House
  1. My Love Turns To Liquid
  2. Breathe Deep
  3. Mystery Of Love
  4. How Do I Love Thee
  5. Liquid
  6. Dream To Science
Review: Rush Hour have released some killer reissues in their time, and this mini-album from Ben Cenac of Newcleus fame, released under the Dream 2 Science moniker in 1990 is no exception, sounding like a conscious response to the warm, soul-flecked offerings of contemporaries Bobby Konders, the Burrell Brothers and Lamont Booker. Amazingly, Dream 2 Science still sounds remarkably fresh, 22 years on. The production, in particular, is terrific. While many house records of the period sound clumsy and dated, there's a timeless quality to the intricately programmed drum machine rhythms, the drifting chords, warm analogue basslines and cute vibraphone melodies.
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 in stock $11.35
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Cat: SOUNDSAMPLER 001/64541. Rel: 21 Nov 11
Deep House
  1. Soundstream - "Just Around"
  2. Soundhack - "Vintage"
  3. TSOS - "Over And Over"
  4. TSOS - "Over Beats"
out of stock $9.19
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