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Djs: Most Charted - Deep House

Djs: Most Charted - Deep House

8 Mar 2013
Cat: MCDE 1210. Rel: 11 Feb 13
Deep House
  1. Send A Prayer (part 1) (4:54)
  2. Send A Prayer (part 2) (5:35)
  3. The Stranger (6:32)
  4. SP11 (5:08)
Review: ** MCDE REPRESS ** Dani Plessow dons the Motor City Drum Ensemble name with Say A Prayer signaling a return to the production game following his much publicized creative burnout. It's clear that Plessow's period of convalescence has worked wonders, with the four tracks here every bit as deep and dusty as the much vaunted Raw Cuts series upon which the MCDE project was launched skywards. Proceedings open with the two part suite of the title track, laying down fuzzy chords and intermittent vocal swoons over a gritty 909 backbone on the opening track; part 2 meanwhile will have you digging out those Raw Cuts 12"s in order to do a MCDE master mix, such is it's immediate warmth and neck snapping drums. On the flip, Plessow uses "The Stranger" as a chance to traverse bleepier, rattling techno terrain with superb results, whilst "SP11" is rasping high octane house at it's finest.
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out of stock $10.88
Cat: MG 046. Rel: 04 Feb 13
Deep House
  1. Andres - "You Are Still The One"
  2. Mike Grant - "The Struggle Of My People" (Mr G There Hope mix)
Review: After a dormant 2012, Mike Grant's Mood & Grooves label returns with Moods & Grooves Classic Vol 1, what looks to be an exciting new retrospective repress series. First to get a second wax treatment is Andres with his "Your Are Still The One", taken from his self titled LP on Mahogani Music, released in 2003. On the flip is one of Mike Grant's own "The Struggle Of My People" from his 2001 And Then It Was My Turn... EP, only opting for Mr. G's "There's Hope Mix" instead. An exciting new series for the Detroit enthusiast or retroactive newcomer.
out of stock $8.91
Cat: FOFLTD 11. Rel: 23 Mar 15
Deep House
  1. Clear My Mind
  2. Try
  3. Til The Feelings Gone
  4. Optimus
out of stock $7.80
Cat: SOUNDSTREAM 06. Rel: 25 May 20
Deep House
  1. Julie's Theme (7:55)
  2. Inferno (7:17)
  3. Track 3 (locked groove) (3:14)
Review: There's a feeling with Sound Stream records akin to supping on a cup of tea after a long hard winter day, so perfectly pitched and satisfying is his approach to making house music. On "Julie's Theme", there's some unabashed delay rippling going on, but still that ever-loving disco groove sits underneath in the bassline on the one and the natural hand claps. On the flip, the disco is thoroughly loud and proud, with "Inferno" resplendent in searing Philly strings and slinky bass that was built for grooving. Once again, Sound Stream has delivered a simple but meaningful demonstration of house music perfection.
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 in stock $10.60
Cat: VIT 015. Rel: 04 Feb 13
Deep House
  1. Silence & Snow
  2. Maybe Here Maybe Not
  3. Bobba Fatt
  4. Ancient Methods
  5. Chew Rebellion
Review: Indulging a clear love of Star Wars, Agnes makes his debut on Vitalik having moved across a staggering plethora of labels in the years since starting out in the field of minimal techno. There's a celebratory imagination at work across this EP, moving into varying styles from the ranging deep house of "Bobba Fatt" to the low-slung hip hop freakiness of "Maybe Here Maybe Not". Neglecting to stay in one place at any point, the Swedish producer displays his appreciation of surreality in house music with grace and in the process creates some sure-fire dancefloor burners with a wealth of individuality about them.
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out of stock $8.91
Cat: FR 179. Rel: 11 Feb 13
Deep House
  1. Dance Like Noboy's Watching
  2. Oxymoron
  3. Dance Like Nobody's Watching (Black Madonna We Still Believe remix)
Review: Hitting that funked-up 90s vibe like it ain't no thang, Roberto Rodriguez's turn on Freerange bumps and flexes in all the right ways, slamming in some cheery piano chords and DX7 organ riffs while the drums swing jauntily on "Dance Like Nobody's Watching". With the high register notes coming on like Glenn Underground, there's a feeling of uplifting jazz woven into the bright and bashy elements. "Oxymoron" heads for a deeper territory, plying dubby chords and diva vocal snippets amidst a chunky beat with some sly MIDI sax thrown in for good measure. Black Madonna turn out a remix of the A side that tempers the boundless energy of the original by stripping things down and letting a filter take control of the central piano riff.
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out of stock $7.54
Cat: LOVEREV 002. Rel: 11 Feb 13
Deep House
  1. Montel - "It's Alright"
  2. Montel - "Move Ya Body"
  3. 2 Bit Crew - "Get Together"
  4. 2 Bit Crew - "You Know I Love It"
out of stock $12.56
Cat: WLS 04. Rel: 04 Feb 13
Deep House
  1. Fabio Monesi - "624" (Saturn mix)
  2. Fabio Monesi - "Wilson's Krime" (original mix)
  3. Deymare - "Living The Dream" (original mix)
  4. Deymare - "Waxmen" (original mix)
out of stock $9.76
Cat: LPH 013. Rel: 21 Jan 13
Deep House
  1. Back To You
  2. Back To You (Paradis remix)
Review: Producing house music is far from easy, but Jacques Renault time and time again manages to fools us into thinking it could be. His first rabbit out of the hat trick in 2013 is the functional and jovial Back To You EP on his own Lets Play House imprint. Lead track "Back To You" takes full advantage of some filtered horns and bouncing bongo percussion - it's not hard to see this track being embraced widely by DJs especially when samples washed in reverb and delay fill and litter the track, whilst subtle African chants add a individual edge. The same dubby horns - only dubbier - feature on the Paradis remix, only to be lightened by note and word sung vocals, triangle percussion tinkers and a reinforced bassline, deepening the track even further.
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out of stock $7.54
Cat: LAX 132. Rel: 18 Feb 13
Deep House
  1. Track 9
  2. Balance
  3. Deep Throat
  4. Track 1
  5. Track 2
  6. Back Home
Review: Jason Grove's barnstorming arrival with the 313.4.Ever LP on Skylax last year was reportedly made up of recordings that had lain undetected on cassette releases since the early 90s. Now he returns with a bundle of fresh productions that retain the same spirit as the old material, but equally explore new ideas. The primal bumping house has been smoothed out in places, and waved aloft in others. "Track 9" is a heated peak timer for sure, but it's swiftly followed up by the seductive deepness of "Balance". "Deep Throat" can't help but stand out with its brushed drum percussion and understated swing, but from there the EP plunges into ever more mellow territory, winding down on the easy roll of "Back Home".

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out of stock $8.65
Cat: AIM 010. Rel: 25 Feb 13
Deep House
  1. Dusty Shocks
  2. Frosty Leo
  3. Foldings
  4. Su 31501
out of stock $11.10
Cat: OFFICE 02. Rel: 14 Jan 13
Deep House
  1. Owl’s Night
  2. Those Things
  3. Bazz & Iron Curtis - "KMS" (Soulphiction remix)
  4. Whatabouttalkabout
Review: Baaz's fledgling Office Recordings returns with its second release and a second edition of the What About Talk About series. "Owl's Theme" sees Baaz at the buttons, swiftly aligning to a vigorous bassline that provides the momentum whilst the Berliner shows his palette of classicist 909 rhythms and pumping piano chords. Complementing this, "Those Things" sounds more vibrant and colourful, with the drums less prominent amidst the magic inducing textures. On the flip Soulphiction turns in a wondrous remix of the Baaz and Iron Curtis track "K.M.S.", all glowering, emotive synth flourishes and subtle kicks, whilst "Whatabouttalkabout" showcases Baaz's talent for more esoteric sounds, eschewing the need for kicking drums to focus on a luscious electronic arrangement.
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out of stock $9.21
  1. Maxwell - "Need You"
  2. Mikki Funk - "Deeper Love"
  3. New Jack City - "Just Love It"
  4. Jackmaster K - "I Believe"
  5. Liam Geddes - "Keep Coming"
  6. Jamie Trench - "Juicy"
  7. JMX - "What U Need"
  8. Banjax - "Give It To Me"
Review: From the Music Is Love crew that put out the New Jack City Back In The Dayz EP last year, Lovebox001 comes bristling with immaculately delivered garage house damage, ranging from ice-cold jackers to sassy diva cuts. The cheeky vocal snippets throughout the compilation come from well-worn samples, but they're fired off with true flair and sound ultimately fresh in amidst these undeniably potent floor burners. If you need some punchy garage house of the highest calibre in your life, get stuck into this box of love.
out of stock $21.75
Cat: RB 039. Rel: 04 Mar 13
Deep House
  1. Nofretete
  2. Ninja Restaurant
  3. In The Jungle
Review: Fresh from the success of their Salty Days LP, Julis Steinhoff and Just Von Ahlefeld sneak over to Running Back to deliver another master class in delicately poised but righteously pumping deep house. "Nofretete" chugs along at a steady pace, but the interlocked locomotion of the drums and the arpeggios keeps a healthy amount of energy in what is ostensibly a deep cut. "Ninja Restaurant" slips into a more prominent groove, keeping the beat sparse and funky, and the smatterings of synth touches freaky. "In The Jungle" heads into a more jacking refrain, rich and warm in equal measure whilst still tapping into that tripped out mindset that comes with the Smallville set.
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out of stock $9.76
Cat: ATA 014. Rel: 14 Jan 13
Deep House
  1. Men vs Dust
  2. A Bunch Of Ceohalophores
  3. The Naked Shrink
  4. What's Wrong With The Picture
  5. Dropping The Ball
  6. Five Points
Review: The third of four mooted Pepe Bradock 12"s consisting of soundtrack music to the imaginary film Operation Veaux Carnivores arrives and the suite of tracks here prove to be every bit as singularly impressive as the previous two Imbroglios releases. Bradock's always taken house as a foundation and twisted your preconceptions on their head, and the six tracks here prove that the French producer's time spent away from the spotlight is well spent. Much like the cat purring "Inconsequent Pussy" from the debut Imbroglios 12", the standout track here takes a strange sample as its starting point and builds something wholly infectious from it. "A Bunch of Cephalophores" takes its name from the vocal sample that appears distorted throughout, as Bradock weaves a rasping house groove that finds a snug spot in your affections and refuses to leave. The remaining five tracks prove to be just as refreshing on your ears as this, not least the half stepping, cavernous boom bap of "What's Wrong with the Picture".
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out of stock $8.65
Cat: WXC 007. Rel: 28 Jan 13
Deep House
  1. She's Alright
  2. Come On Satisfy
  3. Just Lately
  4. Cement Grey
Review: Coming from the ever-expanding Skylax empire of new-old-house music, Adryiano is rooted in the Nu-Groove ways of bringing the funk, and he does it with immaculate accuracy. It's the synths that stand out the most here, working DX7 stabs through just the right kind of filter to achieve the perfect sultry deep-in-the-night atmosphere. The tracks move between the more mellow tones of "She's Alright" and "Cement Grey" to the feisty swing of "Come On Satisfy" and "Just Lately", but all the while bringing that comforting sound of proper garage house like momma used to make.
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out of stock $8.65
Cat: DDSR 001. Rel: 25 Feb 13
Deep House
  1. Washerman - "Tell Me"
  2. Washerman - "Come Closer"
  3. James Johnston - "The Music"
  4. James Johnston - "On The Ground"
Review: Quality deep house labels aren't hard to come by these days, meaning the fledgling Deep Down Slam Records has its work cut out for it, but given the strength of this first release the label should have no problems establishing themselves. The A-side features the talents of rising house producer Washerman, whose jam "Tell Me" kicks things off in a 90s New Jersey house style, but one filled with a contemporary production nuance that makes it stand out amongst the crowd, while "Come Closer" offers a similar cut with good time chords which owe a considerable debt to French touch house. On the flip, No Matter What don James Johnston provides two expectedly thumping house cuts; "The Music" combines belting piano chords with rubbery strings that pull you in deep, while the tribal feel of "On The Ground" is accented by some alluring Motor City melodies.

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out of stock $7.80
Cat: CW 002. Rel: 11 Mar 13
Deep House
  1. Ethyl - "Syncopate"
  2. Flori - "Wandering"
out of stock $11.10
Cat: TU 004. Rel: 14 Sep 15
Deep House
  1. You Know Me
  2. You Know Me (Glenn Underground SJU Summer Ends mix)
  3. 7655
  4. Open Heart
Review: It's clear from the first beat that the "deep sounding" decree of Italian imprint Traxx Underground is inspired by the classic house musicians and machines of the early 80s and 90s. The title track "You Know Me" is a quintessential retrospective house music gem with a luscious and simplistic chord progression, subtle leads and suitability placed rim shots for extra groove. Glenn Underground's "SJU Summer Ends mix" substitutes shakers for piano keys, pushing the originals chords further into the background as synthy bubbles and lounge time vibes take over. If the moment is right, you could easily find yourself listening to "7655" by a head rolling Theo Parrish at the controls, whereas "Open Heart" brings 2013 house music back to its basic 90s essentials, only this time adding reverberating flutes.
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out of stock $8.37
Cat: BGR 004. Rel: 04 Feb 13
Deep House
  1. Hard Deep
  2. Hard Deep (Shane Linehan remix)
Review: Having established his own Basic Grooves imprint with a trio of sultry New Jersey influenced house releases, Shane Linehan hands the fourth release over to up and coming French producer Janeret. "Hard Deep" goes even, ahem, deeper that Linehan's efforts for the label, combining a slamming mid-tempo kick drum with crisp and cavernous dub piano chords and the subtlest of organ riffs, making a nice contrast to the more upbeat styles of Linehan. On the flip, Linehan delivers his own version of track which ups the tempo and offers a ravey, pitched take on the original's simple one chord piano line, complete with bristling hi-hats and warm pad breakdown.

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out of stock $6.68
  1. Owen Jay & Melchior Sultana - "Spheric"
  2. Natan H - "Alpinism"
  3. Cleveland - "Pandora"
  4. Bittersuite - "Monk Vibe"
out of stock $9.21
Cat: NDATL 009. Rel: 11 Feb 13
Deep House
  1. Olmec Save Us (original vocal)
  2. Olmec Save Us (original extended instrumental)
  3. Olmec Save Us (Yoruba soul mix)
  4. Olmec Save Us (Yoruba Soul instrumental mix)
Review: With the new cycle of transformation that the change in the ancient Mayan calendar has supposedly brought, it seems fitting for NDATL to release a track namechecking a lost Mexican civilization. "Olmec Save Us" sees R&B powerhouse Donnie on vocals, while NDATL boss Kai Alce provides production; characterized by a typically classic style that nevertheless feels fresh, its high-end synth tones conveying the weird and otherworldly sense of Donnie's strange tale. On the flip, Osunlade provides his "Yoruba Soul Mix", providing a slightly deeper version of the original which provides a nice contrast to Alce's jazzier original. Instrumentals of both tracks are included for those who like their tracks sans vocal.
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out of stock $10.32
Cat: MFD 011. Rel: 04 Mar 13
Deep House
  1. House Aint Givin' Up (original mix)
  2. Get Up (original mix)
  3. Get Up (James Johnston remix)
  4. House Aint Givin' Up (Rosenhaft remix)
Review: Made Fresh Daily follow up killer 12"s from Geddes and Mikki Funk with the debut solo EP from rising house producer Jackmaster K. Though indebted to the current vogue for the sounds of 90s house, Jackmaster K's productions are filled with enough unexpected twists and turns to keep the formula fresh; "House Ain't Givin' Up" switches things up with its NYC electro stabs, saxophone solo and swelling sub-bass, while "Get Up" takes things into deeper territory with its thick bassline and dubbed out, candy sweet Rhodes melodies. On the remix, James Johnston flips "Get Up" inside out, giving it some classic New Jersey bump and flex, and busying up the arrangement with added organs, while Rosenhaft's take on "House Ain't Givin' Up" is much more expansive, allowing the bassline to breathe in a spacious composition of pitched vocals and drawn out chords.

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out of stock $8.91
Cat: APRWAX 003. Rel: 11 Feb 13
Deep House
  1. Dawn Walk (extended tool)
  2. Neurological Breakdown
  3. Heavy Handed Disco Police
Review: Preston's finest exponent of pitched down house Cottam continues his prolific start to 2013 with the Dawn Walk EP for Audio Parallax. It's quite an appropriate title for the lead track; a casual saunter through looping chords groggy on LFO, with keys to match a cityscape sunrise. From here, Cottam remains in a laidback mood on "Neurological Breakdown", employing reversed sample loops for hints of hypnotica, whilst face down proceedings speed up somewhat; the flurry of siren synths an obvious inspiration to the title of "Heavy Handed Disco Police".

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out of stock $8.91
Cat: HP 001. Rel: 14 Jan 13
Deep House
  1. Nothing To Fear (original mix)
  2. Nothing To Fear (DBX dub)
  3. I Do Believe
  4. I Can Feel It
Review: Originally released in 1994, Rick Wade's Harmonie Park reissues its first ever release - Late Night Basix Vol 1. Still one of the Detroit house producer's finest records, the soulful strains of "Nothing To Fear" still sound fresher than the scores of imitators that have followed in his wake, and the Daniel Bell remix with its stuttering vocal cut-up and snappy rhythmic flex still does the business now. On the flip, "I Do Believe" is a funkier number with rolling bassline and hints of early KDJ, while "I Can Feel It" is the the real late night basic of the record, combining muted horns and tense strings with spacious house atmospherics. Essential!
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out of stock $10.32
Cat: ROBSOUL 116. Rel: 21 Jan 13
Deep House
  1. Twin Cities
  2. Dance Sing
Review: The Robsoul label run by Phil Weeks come correct with their first transmission of a new year; offering up two tracks from the Theo Parrish archives. The Twin Cities 12" originally appeared on Rick Wade's Harmonie Park label back in 2004, and original pressing currently command a pretty price in the land of Discogs. Anyone who's caught a Phil Weeks DJ set will know the man is a bonafide Theo freak and must be proud through and through to have licensed these two tracks from Harmonie Park for a much needed re-evaluation. The title track is Theo's ode to those two US cities that made him the man he is, Chicago and Detroit, born and raised in the former and now living in the latter, and it translates musically with the Chi town trackiness mixing perfectly with the murky Motor City melodies. "Dance, Sing" belongs in the holy grail of Parrish purchases, as buccaneering percussion, whispering vocals and delicate piano keys all attempt to deal with that immense booming bassline
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out of stock $10.03
Cat: MU 2. Rel: 25 Feb 13
Deep House
  1. Garage Shelter
  2. Love Destination
  3. I Like The Way
  4. Tribal
  5. Garage Shelter (Tuff City Kids remix)
out of stock $18.12
  1. Amir Alexander - "Dragon Fly!"
  2. City 2 City - "True People 88 89 90"
  3. Immer & Mr J - "Delta 23"
  4. St Sene & Janeret - "Nightshifter"
Review: Another arm of Chez Damier's multi-limbed Balance Alliance, Courtesy of Balance inaugurate a new series of 12" compilation releases with COB 3, arriving on limited edition transparent vinyl. Amir Alexander kicks things off following a crop of killer releases for Vanguard Sound and Hype LTD with "Dragon Fly!" featuring the subtly undulating bassline and fresh take on the deep house template he's known for, while City 2 City's "True People 88 89 90" comes true on the promise of its title, with a piece of vintage house that goes beyond the usual hollow revivalism. On the flip, Immer & Mr J's "Delta 23" offers a thick piece of mid-tempo house, with a piercing kick drum, offbeat dub chords and contained acid madness, while St Sene & Janeret's "Nightshifter" takes things down a notch with a late-night house track filled with swirling pads and diva vocals swelling on the midnight horizon.
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out of stock $7.80
Cat: TSUBA 0106. Rel: 28 Jan 13
Deep House
  1. Show Him You Are The One (original)
  2. Show Him You Are The One (Italo Johnson remix)
out of stock $10.03
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