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Deep House Recommendations July 2014

Juno Recommends Deep House

Juno Recommends Deep House

Deep House Recommendations July 2014
4 Jul 2014
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Cat: DMT 02. Rel: 30 Jun 14
Deep House
  1. Lose Yo' Mind
  2. Use Yo' Mind
  3. The Hairy Axe Wound
  4. The Hairy Tool
Review: After dropping the hammer with Blunt Instruments killer Hold Back EP, Dungeon Meat are back again debuting on their own label with the brain mincing Lose Your Mind EP. Both sides deliver big swings of their mighty axe and hit hard with their signature sound of meaty beats & beefy basslines. Aimed straight at the dance floor, it's obvious both the tracks have the intention to crack some skulls and spill some brains. Already road tested individually by Tristan da Cunha and Brawther at their D.J gigs & their Dungeon Meat live show, the reactions have shown that both of these tracks hit the chest and do the damage. Also included are two "tools" so the creative DJ's out there can get busy in the mix and give their sets a little meat injection. Pressed on 180g vinyl with embossed company sleeve dressed to impress with the trademark Dungeon Meat artwork.
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out of stock $8.43
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Cat: EGLO 37. Rel: 23 Jun 14
Deep House
  1. Montparnasse
  2. King Bromeliad
Review: The world of underground dance music may seem to be fracturing into ever-smaller subdivisions, but it's fair to say that no matter what your disposition is, the arrival of a new record from Sam 'Floating Points' Shepherd is generally something to be celebrated by all, especially given his last release was the single-sided Wires record last year. Naturally arriving via his own Eglo Records, the two track King Bromeliad is vintage Floating Points and offers two distinct sides to the Sam Shepard production palette. The title track commences with what could feasibly be a field recording of people gathered outside Plastic People before a rousing rhythm of jazz infused house comes bumping in and has you hooked for the next eight minutes. It's more than matched by the epic "Montparnasse" which exudes a more electronic approach over 11 heavenly minutes. Yes Sam!
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Cat: SS 053. Rel: 09 Jun 14
Deep House
  1. Footwork
  2. Tympanic Warfare
Review: Theo Parrish lays down a marker for a long overdue fifth album, apparently due out later this year, with the sublime Footwork 12". Named in reference to the dance as opposed to the breakneck offshoot of Ghetto House, "Footwork" is a sublime slab of Theo with many of his trademark production touches. Think lightly brushed percussion, meandering bassline that juts out with an odd funk, and subtle yet sumptuous musical touches, all topped off by a gruff "let me see your footwork baby" croon. Those Theo fans out there that like the man to get a bit rugged will be all over "Tympanic Warfare" too, where off the grid polyrhythms cannon around the channels, augmented by an ugly bassline and dexterous keys.
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  1. Fred P & Jordan - "There Is A Place"
  2. Reggie Dokes presents Koomba Project - "Promises"
  3. Lapien - "Shiver"
  4. XDB - "Nabet"
  5. Ernie & Satore - "Memories Of Polokwane"
  6. 2DeepSoul - "Ikaite"
  7. Owen Jay & Melchior Sultana - "Make Me Feel" (feat Mykle Anthony)
  8. Petr Serkin - "Venus Shuttle"
Review: Ten years of Deep Explorer... The celebration started with "The Capsule remixes 10" that was released 2 months ago, now is closed with this "Far & Beyond", a double pack vinyl where the brothers and heads of the label (Dubbyman & Above Smoke) make their own selection of exclusive material into groove and dark deepest house tunes from artists worldwide.
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Cat: LFR 005. Rel: 08 Sep 14
Deep House
  1. Soothe Me (6:17)
  2. Relaxin' At The Flip (6:07)
Review: This special one off collaboration sees young gun native Berliner prodigy Max Graef, coupled with globe trotter Fantastic Man aka Mic Newman. With Mic living in Max's broom cupboard for a few vodka soaked weeks in Berlin this autumn, there was a beautiful inevitability that some music would outcome. The lead track "Soothe Me" is no noodly shrinking violet, but a grade 10-cross-genre-dance-floor-destroyer which Andy snapped up for label on first listen. Clearly taking it's inspiration from the Rhodes and sample drenched Sound Signature Detroit label and adding in live instrumentation, tape effects, for a track rich in Steely Dan sensibility, coupled with a sub bass and twisted lead line dragging us into a new year. The B-Side Relaxin' At The Flip is a raw slab of analogue goodness, flying 606 high hats, a tough kick drum and simple elements driving the track forwards, best heard 8am in a dark corner of a club.
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out of stock $9.52
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Cat: RB 048. Rel: 23 Jun 14
Deep House
  1. Juno Jam
  2. Tom Jam
  3. Djungel Jam
Review: Genius Of Time and Running Back seems like such a perfect fit you wonder why the Swedish duo haven't graced Gerd Janson's label before now. It might be because Alexander Berg and Nils Krough aren't exactly the most prolific of duos when it comes to original material with only three EPs to their name since they inaugurated the Aniara project in such sublime fashion back in 2010. Fans of Genius of Time and John Talabot's DJ Kicks mix have added reason to engage in some vociferous rejoicing as the former's sublime offbeat number "Juno Jam" contribution to the latter release is centre stage on this 12". In addition to the A Side bliss of that Berg and Krough slip in two more percussive numbers on the flip which Running Back quite rightly point out would make "Joe Claussell proud".
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Cat: ORN 019. Rel: 16 Jun 14
Deep House
  1. Forgotten Sleep
  2. Here & Now
  3. Do We Really Know
  4. Do We Really Know (Dubbyman Break The Beat mix)
Review: Ornate resurface with their first release of 2014 and usher in a label debut for Rai Scott, the Edinburgh-based producer who has been making a name for herself as part of the 2DeepSoul project with Brad Peterson and the Inner Shift Music label they both run. This standalone appearance on Ornate Music provides the opportunity for Rai to explore the deepest facets of her sound. Machine soul runs throughout the three original tracks on this EP, marrying the warmth and punch of classic techno instrumentation with compositional skills and a sharp ear for production. Reaching out to Dubbyman for a remix, the Deep Explorer boss uses a crisp broken beat structure to inject a wholly different kind of energy into "Do We Really Know".
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Cat: ELS 846206. Rel: 23 Jun 14
Deep House
  1. I Love
  2. Hypnotic Flute
  3. Trance Dance
  4. Innermind
Review: Originally released in 1992, this almost-forgotten deep house curio from Nelson Roman is one of the few highly developed demonstrations of what the producer could do, with just a few other releases under his own name from the same era. Across the four tracks on this 12", simplicity is the key as was the way back then, and yet the mood that emanates from Roman's productions is a powerful and pervasive as any of Larry Heard's soul-tinged moments. Just check "Trance Dance" with its thinly veiled air of mystery and sweetness, or the slow piano and funky flute of "Hypnotic Flute" for a fine example of how deep house was done in the beginning.
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Cat: K7 316EP. Rel: 23 Jun 14
Deep House
  1. Bicep - "Nova"
  2. Jabru - "Church" (feat Joel Culpepper)
  3. Marquis Hawkes - "Life Struggle"
  4. Leon Vynehall - "Time"
Review: To complement the release of Will Saul's entrance into the long running DJ Kicks series, K7! Cull four highlights for 12" sampler duty. There's predictably plenty to enjoy, from the starburst, two-step informed rush of Bicep's "Nova" - think early '90s meets late '90s - and soulful groove of Jabru's heady "Church", to the footwork tempo deep house positivity of Marquis Hawkes' excellent "Life Struggle". It's actually Leon Vynehall who steals the show, though, delivering a fluttering, dreamy slice of deep house bliss in the shape of the gorgeous "Time". If this is anything to go by, the mix should be a doozy.
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  1. The Mission - "Lavida (Life)"
  2. Siler & Dima, Thomas Zander - "Inapropriate"
  3. Ron Trent & Chez Damier - "Choice"
Review: From the executive producer Chez Damier comes a Special Edition release marking the 20th Anniversary of Balance and Prescription records. Opening proceedings are The Mission, a Swiss group whose "Lavida (Life)" was produced by Damier in collaboration with Italian producer Demetrio Giannice; the results are a deep, chord driven number replete with chopped vocals and a notably jazzy feel at the break of the track. Next up are Siler & Dima and Thomas Zander, a trio of young Parisian producers whose more minimally minded "Inappropriate" was clearly conceived with the early works of Ron Trent and Chez Damier in mind. Speaking of Ron and Chez, the B Side is dedicated to a newly remastered version of the rare Prescription Underground mix of the pair's classic "The Choice" which sounds totally fresh some twenty years on.
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Cat: 124B 002. Rel: 16 Jun 14
Deep House
  1. Federico Curatolo - "House Music"
  2. Ave Astra - "All I Wanna Say"
  3. Jacob B - "Murk"
  4. John Devecchis - "This Is"
Review: Last year saw 124 Recordings expand with the launch of new sub-label 124Black, aimed as a dedicated vinyl only outlet for "promoting a darker, harder sound firmly rooted in the underground". Much like the debut transmission, this second 124Black release is a various artists affair and features productions from Federico Curatolo, Ave Astra, Jacob B and John Devecchis. Upcoming Italian producer Curatolo commences proceedings with the no-nonsense peak time burner "House Music" which is matched by Ave Astra's subsequent contribution "All I Wanna Say," a track that's fairly dominated by the low-end sub bass. Jacob B maintains his 100% appearance record for 124Black with the hotly tipped "Murk" whilst Devecchis ends matters on a deeper note with "This Is".
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Cat: MCDE 1212. Rel: 30 Jun 14
Deep House
  1. Psyche-Delia
  2. Whistle For Frankie
Review: Laurent Garnier turned many-an unsuspecting head by appearing on 50 Weapons earlier this year, and before they've had a chance to look back in the other direction the infamous and much-loved Frenchman turns up on MCDE. It swiftly follows a hailed back-to-back DJ set he and MCDE boss Danilo Plessow played at Lyon's Nuits Sonores festival this year, and like Garnier did for 50 Weapons, he's attuned his sound to fit the label. Across both "Psyche-Delia" and "Whistle For Frankie", Garnier's seemingly taken the elements he loved most from Plessow's Raw Cuts series - warm pads, loose drums, bangin' percussion - and given them the full buffered Garnier treatment. If you love Garnier you'll obviously love this, but even more so for listeners not so inclined to the sounds of the big room French legend, this may well change your mind.
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Cat: RUFFDRAFT 02. Rel: 09 Jun 14
Deep House
  1. Valentino
  2. Mark It (Take 3)
  3. Oolong
Review: Having launched with a superb 12" from label boss Cottam, Ruff Draft deliver a swift second release which offers a platform for LK, seen earlier this year dropping heat for Untzz offshoot Big Doint. Lead cut "Valentino" is 12 minutes long but doesn't ever feel like a second is wasted, mixing old school Detroit styles with beatdown vibe and it's easy to see why Cottam would want this for his new label. Face down and LK demonstrates how to get the right crunch in your drums with the oh so deep "Mark It (Take 3)", whilst "Oolong" is the sort of old school DJ tool you need for mid section deployment. Big moves from Ruff Draft!
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Cat: ROSE 06. Rel: 09 Jun 14
Deep House
  1. Heaven & Hell
  2. Thrills (Basic Feelings)
  3. One Step Away
  4. You Are The One
  5. Bring The Love
Review: Leipzig label Rose Records continue with their quest to offer up music that explores their shared passion for "disco, the cheese of the '80s, the warmth of house music and everything made with love" and offer a full debut to Martin Hayes. One of several contributors to the label's previous split releases, the Leipzigite definitely feels comfortable with having a full 12" to work with on the basis of the five tracks here. Like previous Rose releases, don't expect straight up house music as Hayes slips through moments of drum heavy funk, sample laden hip hop and glistening disco in amidst the two tracks that will please fans of MCDE's Raw Cuts transmissions.
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Cat: DIRT 079. Rel: 23 Jun 14
Deep House
  1. 64 Ways (Kerri Kaoz Chandler vocal remix)
  2. 64 Ways (Kerri Kaoz Chandler instrumental remix)
  3. 64 Ways (Detroit Swindle 65th Way dub)
  4. 64 Ways (Kraak & Smaak remix)
out of stock $10.61
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Cat: FOTO 010. Rel: 16 Jun 14
Deep House
  1. Here For You
  2. Whistle Time
Review: Foto Recordings goes all symbolic for their tenth release. Keeping the numbers in symmetry the 2-track single from label boss OOFT! is pressed on to 10" vinyl, and features one pitched-down & one pitched-up jam. Lead track "Here For You" summons some 70s soul vocals and layers new beats and synths underneath to create a pitch-down monster suitable for late nights and end-of-set moments. On the flip "Whistle Time" has more of a steady summer-house strut with disco samples rubbing up against some understated 303s to provide some terrace action over the warmer months ahead.
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Cat: FH 02. Rel: 16 Jun 14
Deep House
  1. September Swing
  2. Hotel Samariter (Dark dub)
  3. Hotel Samariter (Birdsmakingmachine remix)
Review: Onirik and Pablo Tarno's Finest Hour label surfaced late last year with a mission statement to release 24 records for 24 hours, and it was inaugurated in the finest (sorry) style possible by long term Berlin fixture Andreas 'Audio' Werner. FH:02 sees the label heads at the controls, collaborating on two productions that are complemented by a remix from Birdsmakingmachine. Despite this being Tarno and Onirik's debut release together, there's a palpable sense of studio chemistry on display that augers well for any future Finest Hour transmissions from the pair, with the deep, rolling opener "September Swing" perhaps the pick of the two. It's matched by the Birdsmakingmachine remix of "Hotel Samariter" which has certain rusty quality to the groove that makes it really memorable.
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Cat: ISM 004. Rel: 30 Jun 14
Deep House
  1. Melodic Stream
  2. All Night Dance
  3. Forever On
Review: Gene Hunt is a prolific producer with an un-mistakable sound of his own. And although an originator of the acid house sound from Chicago, he certainly didn't stop there. His music has naturally evolved over the years, often incorporating more mature melody and rhythm structures, but always in time with a proper underground style dance track. These tracks are a perfect fit for the direction and vision of the Inner Shift Music label as well, and for this reason we are pleased to present you with "Planted Seeds" by Gene Hunt.
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Cat: UNTHANK 007. Rel: 09 Jun 14
Deep House
  1. Pulp
  2. Pulp (Linkwood Stargazer mix)
Review: Firecracker offshoot Unthank returns with a keenly awaited seventh release that introduces Texan producer Fur into the fold. It's the first credited release for the American producer (real name Bryce Isbell) since his Cocoon EP for the UNO label last year - this coming from a producer who according to his Facebook page has "released over 50 albums" on multiple formats. It's an impressive Unthank debut for Fur which sees weighty pianos and deep house rhythmics match the sounds of a harmonious DJ Sprinkles production. Firecracker's Linkwood bolsters the EP with his Stargazer remix, which replaces heavily struck keys with new age synths, while the loose swing of the original's drums have been tightened to create a linear, but laid back reinterpretation.
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Cat: HW 8. Rel: 16 Jun 14
Deep House
  1. Scott Fraser - "The Arch"
  2. Mushrooms Project - "Analogue City"
Review: limited 12" 180g records, single press, hand stamped, individually numbered, no repress, no digital.
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Cat: RUFF 003. Rel: 09 Jun 14
Deep House
  1. Funky Joy
  2. Ass
  3. Nubian Princess
  4. Beep Beep Boogie
  5. Beauty & The Beast
  6. Feel My Powe (feat Dungeon Possee)
out of stock $8.70
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Cat: AUS 1463. Rel: 23 Jun 14
Deep House
  1. Tino
  2. Alright Son
  3. FM Jam
  4. FM Jam Andres
Review: Secretsundaze fave Youandewan (AKA producer Ewan Smith) forged his reputation by delivering house and techno cuts that defied easy categorization. Over the years, he's variously released robust analogue jams, woozy deep house and wonky late night tech-house. There's plenty of that variety on this first EP for Will Saul's Aus imprint. The four tracks variously touch on sparse, soul-flecked deepness ("FM Jam", which is also impressively remixed by the ever reliable Andres), spaced-out acid (the relentless 303s and late night textures of "Tino"), and Mr Fingers-influenced analogue deep house (the excellent "Alright Son").
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Cat: ROYAL 022. Rel: 16 Jun 14
Deep House
  1. Angel Grove
  2. Monodynamic
  3. Down In Sector H
Review: Last year's first Correlation EP was something of a return to form for Space Dimension Controller. While his debut album Return To Mikrosektor-50 was arguably a little too eccentric, Correlation #1 saw Jack Hamill return to what he does best: namely making inspired, spaced-out house and techno tracks blessed with those trademark, ambient-inspired synth melodies. Happily, there's more of the same here. There's an attractiveness to the alien bleeps and delay-laden groove underpinning the brilliant "Angel Groove", while "Monodynamic" is gloriously wide-eyed - all surging melodies, cosmic effects and unfussy analogue grooves. Closer "Down in Sector H" is good, too, in that oh-so-blissful way that marks out Hamill's best productions.
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Cat: DOLLYDUBS 004. Rel: 16 Jun 14
Deep House
  1. Rosser
  2. Were Not Alone
  3. Warme Hap
out of stock $9.24
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Cat: AMA 014. Rel: 09 Jun 14
Deep House
  1. Apotheke
  2. Swing Set (feat Urulu)
  3. Kingsley’s Groove
  4. Kingsley’s Groove (Glenn Astro remix)
Review: Steve Huerta returns to Amadeus for a third release and only the label's fourth 12" since it expanded from the digital realm last year. The US producer recently joined the ranks of talent residing in Berlin and it's evident the European techno capital is having a subtle sway on his sound on the basis of this Apotheke EP, most notably the title track. There's a sense of driving momentum wedged deep in the sonic DNA of this track, complemented well by a low slung bassline and airy synth melodies. Elsewhere Huerta's sometime studio sparring partner Urulu adds some percussive flex to the pulsating "Swing Set", whilst "Kingsley's Groove" swerves the sound back towards deeper house and is apparently named in honour of a friend's cat. Glenn Astro of the Tartelet crew ends the release with a wonderfully bumping take on the track.
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