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Cat: DOG 28. Rel: 27 Oct 12
Deep House
  1. The Vibes
  2. The Vibes (Chicago Damn remix)
  3. Just A New Day
Review: Together as 6th Borough Project, Craig Mitchell and Graeme "The Revenge" Clark have been a fixture of Delusions of Grandeur from the off, regularly transmitting their trademark brand of chunky disco-flecked house over the label's ongoing duration. The Vibes EP marks the duo's first material for Delusions since last year's well received debut album One Night In The Borough and finds them in fine fettle. Lead track "The Vibes" sees Mitchell and Clark in dark yet playful mood, with slick drum edits melding perfectly with eponymous vocal samples and a thick analogue bassline laying down the warehouse worthiness, while the arrival of orchestral strings provides the emotive release. Chicago Damn takes the track somewhere else on the accompanying remix, possibly his favourite productions since that killer debut Merc emission, stripping it back to a battle between high and low elements that must sound epic on a big system. Those craving some classic 6BP will revel in the luxurious expanses of "Just A New Day" that waits an absolute age to drop a beast of a bassline - well worth it though.
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Cat: DOG 35. Rel: 24 Jan 14
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. In Your Arms
  2. U Know U
  3. Read My Mind (feat Paul Joseph)
Review: A long-awaited taste of what to expect from their forthcoming sophomore set Borough 2 Borough, this trio of deep, groove-laden treats from Craig Smith and The Revenge's 6Th Borough Project have been long-awaited. "In Your Arms" has Balearica stamped all over it; concentrated house euphoria with sun-splashed keys and a perfectly executed disco vocal sample, it will melt the heart of everyone in a three mile radius of the club. "U Know U" is just as slow and steady but comes with a more electronic make-up that's almost Italo in its delivery. Gradually developing momentum with classy drama, it's instantly timeless. "Read My Mind" closes this spectacular show with a nagging, hooky tech piece that drives with a sharply edited piano riff, hushed vocals and an ever-morphing rhythm. Beautiful.
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Cat: DOG 018. Rel: 21 Apr 11
Deep House
  1. The Fool
  2. BURT (Inside) (feat Paul Joseph)
  3. Endless Nights
  4. Let Yourself Go (live mix)
  5. String-A-Lude
Review: Scottish duo Graeme Smith and Craig Smith aka 6th Borough Project release their first full length on Delusions of Grandeur. One Night In The Borough splits as three 12"s; this final vinyl edition kicks off with two surprisingly house dominated cuts. "B.U.R.T" and "The Fool", whose intro does indeed fool via a standard tech house first half. Abruptly, the music cuts and from nowhere an immense disco accapella cuts in - the beat returns as a disco fuelled funk attack, 6th Borough project as we know (and love) them! On the flip, three tracks of 6th Borough project's highest standard are on display. Warm, low slung, swinging and expertly executed disco house exudes. These guys know what they do best and by sticking to it they succeed time and time again. 6th Borough project - Juno salute you!
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Cat: DOGLP 03. Rel: 25 Feb 14
Deep House
  1. Intro
  2. Through The Night
  3. U Know U
  4. Thinking It Over
  5. In Your Arms
  6. The Callback (feat Ricky Reid)
  7. Back 2 Black
  8. Interlude
  9. Read Mind (feat Paul Joseph)
  10. The Vibes (album mix)
  11. Walk Away
  12. Outro
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Cat: DOGCD 03. Rel: 26 Feb 14
Deep House
  1. Intro
  2. Our Love
  3. U Know U
  4. Think It Over
  5. In Your Arms
  6. Through The Night
  7. The Callback
  8. Back 2 Black
  9. Read My Mind
  10. Interlude
  11. FEEL
  12. The Vibes (album mix)
  13. Walk Away
  14. Outro
Review: It's three years since Craig Smith and Graeme Clark impressed with One Night In The Borough, a landmark album that epitomized all that was good about the cut-and-paste, disco-sampling deep house scene of the time. This sophomore set offers more of the same, delivering tracks that ride a range of tempos in their trademark deep, loopy, hypnotic and pleasingly baggy style. While there are plenty of surprisingly supple, heavily electronic uptempo cuts on offer (see "Feel", the disco rush of "In Your Arms" and the classic, Frankie Knuckles-ish US house of "Read My Mind"), they're still at their best when operating at a slower tempo, as the deliciously jazzy "Walk Away" and sensual throb of "Through The Night" neatly prove.
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Cat: DOGCD 01. Rel: 13 May 11
Deep House
  1. Intro
  2. Let Yourself Go (live mix)
  3. If The Feelings Right
  4. BURT (The Journey)
  5. Find A Way
  6. Back To Me (feat Ricky Reid)
  7. The Fool
  8. Endless Nights
  9. Iznae
  10. Deep C
  11. Changin'
  12. BURT (Inside) (feat Paul Joseph)
  13. String-A-Lude
  14. Settle
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Cat: DOGLP 01. Rel: 10 May 11
Deep House
  1. Find A Way (5:14)
  2. Iznae (7:48)
  3. If The Feeling's Right (6:18)
  4. Changin' (6:38)
  5. BURT (The Journey) (6:48)
  6. Back To Me (7:09)
  7. Deep C (6:48)
  8. Settle (5:18)
  9. The Fool (6:44)
  10. BURT (Inside) (feat Paul Joseph) (6:30)
  11. Endless Nights (6:40)
  12. Let Yourself Go (live mix) (3:20)
  13. String-A-Lude (0:32)
Review: Delusions Of Grandeur make a stylish entrance into the album game with a sumptuous triple vinyl edition of the 6th Borough Project long player. One Night In The Borough sees Graeme and Craig drop a heady thirteen track selection that covers the sort of warm, low slung, expertly executed multi tempo music which sits between house and disco that the duo have received so much praise for. Stand out tracks include "BURT (The Journey)", a lovely slice of mid-tempo niceness that bumps and shakes in all the right places - the vocal is a killer! Matching this is the twilight house jam "Changin" with Deep Burnt style percussion backed by a killer modulated loop.
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Cat: DOG 63. Rel: 07 Feb 18
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Pulp Fusion (5:40)
  2. Fade Out (5:48)
  3. Raw (live edit) (6:58)
Review: Although still best known for delivering high grade reworks and re-edits, Adesse Versions has previously released some killer original productions, too. Predictably, the three sample-heavy house jams included on this debut Delusions of Grandeur experience are pretty darn hot. Check, in particular, the Clavinet-heavy Blaxploitation bounce of "Pulp Fusion", where sampled '70s instrumentation rides a bouncy, filter-flaunting house groove. Or, for that matter, the lolloping, undulating, glassy-eyed sweetness of the sun-kissed, extra percussive "Fade Out", which makes use of elements from a particularly Balearic disco record. Flip to the B-side for "Raw (Live Edit), a bustling, big room friendly jack-track that sounds like a long lost David Morales Red Zone Dub.
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Gamma Ray (12")
Cat: DOG 002. Rel: 21 May 09
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Gamma Ray (Franc Spangler remix)
  2. Gamma Ray
  3. Gamma Ray (Franc's Rolling Dub)
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Ella (12")
Cat: DOG 68. Rel: 12 Sep 18
Deep House
  1. Ella (8:10)
  2. Putting It In My Way (7:18)
  3. Putting It In My Way (instrumental) (7:20)
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Cat: DOG 030. Rel: 02 Mar 13
Deep House
  1. Your Footprints
  2. Affirmation
  3. Your Footprints (Tevo Howard remix)
Review: Ben Sun continues his glacial release rate of roughly one EP per annum with Your Footprints, the Australian producer's second release for Delusions Of Grandeur. The upbeat stylings of Sun's title track are completely turned out by the subsequent remix from Mr Tevo Howard, as the Chicago native opts to cloaks Sun's original in a lo-fi and filtered sheet or electronic fuzz, undoing Sun's original mix-down by bringing the rest of the instruments into murky bassline territory. Sun employs a walking bassline in "Affirmation", which creates the tracks fluid and constant groove, made all the more danceable with cut vocals and intermittent percussion samples. Hopefully it's not another year until Ben Sun's next release.
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Cat: DOG 72. Rel: 22 Mar 19
Deep House
  1. See It Come Shining (7:43)
  2. Oceanways T150 (7:01)
  3. Atlantis Transfer (7:08)
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Cat: DOG 46. Rel: 14 May 15
Deep House
  1. Tricks On Wax (7:34)
  2. Seven Sisters (5:34)
  3. Special 4U (5:24)
Review: Well, it's safe to say that Delusions Of Grandeur has become something of a house institution by now. The imprint has put out a vast amount of material since the late noughties, all by an impressive collection of talents including Session Victim, Tornado Wallace, 6th Borough Project, Recloose and many others. Benjamin 'Ben Sun' returns to the label for his third appearance with "Tricks On Wax", an utterly funky and bass-heavy sample-house number reminiscent of the Moodymann school of sound. "Seven Sisters" is more spacey and futuristic in its melodic structure, while "Special 4U" winds things down to near hip-hop levels...chuggy beats, subtle breaks and smoked-out swirls of electronics.
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Menorca EP (12")
Cat: DOG 70. Rel: 30 Nov 18
Balearic/Downtempo
  1. Menorca (6:12)
  2. You (6:28)
  3. Light (7:19)
  4. You (Session Victim remix) (7:05)
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Lo Pan (12")
Cat: DOG 15. Rel: 27 May 11
Deep House
  1. Lo Pan
  2. Lo Pan (Trickski mix)
  3. Disarm
Review: Having already impressed with outings on Foto, ARP and their own Use Of Weapons, Deep Space Orchestra add Delusions Of Grandeur to their CV and deliver perhaps their most refined work to date. "Lo Pan" glides across the A Side, weaving between flourishes of Rhodes and analogue arps with a confidence that fully demonstrates their progression as a production unit. Underpinning all this is the constant groove of 808 kicks and Detroit that provides the all important rawness and momentum. The accompanying remix from Berlin duo Trickski drags "Lo Pan" into the lower reaches of muscular house movements, stripping proceedings back to a dramatic synth lead and neck crunching beat before unfolding into a groove that really gets under your skin - thanks in no small part to the added vocals. Deep Space Orchestra end proceedings on the hazed out "Disarm" which accrues a delightfully ethereal quality as it floats towards the run out groove. Fine work all round!
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FCL vs VFB
Cat: DOG 22. Rel: 22 Oct 11
Deep House
  1. VFB - "Love Prescription" (original mix)
  2. VFB - "Love Prescription" (Dirt dub)
  3. FCL - "Matrix Plus"
  4. VFB - "Love Prescription" (accapella tool)
Review: ** Repress ** In the canon of twelve inches that require little in the way of additional prompting from the Juno review staff, the latest release from Delusions of Grandeur must surely rank high. Pairing We Play House duo FCL with VFB, the latest alias from Dani 'MCDE' Plessow proves to be a smart choice, securing Delusions perhaps their finest release to date! Love Prescription is nominally formed around three variations on the title track from Plessow's new VFB moniker (yet another smart ode to his hometown) introducing the yearning soulful tone of Stef Gustaph amidst a nicely stripped down take on house music which is perhaps best utilised on the bubbling Dirt Dub version. FCL appear on the flip with the masterful "Matrix Plus" full of bouncing rhythms and high rise chords dipped with Mr Fingers style emotion.
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Cat: DOG 73. Rel: 17 Apr 19
Deep House
  1. Night Waves (6:10)
  2. Pacifica 399 To Freedom (5:42)
  3. It's Clear (4:46)
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Cat: DOG 65. Rel: 22 Feb 18
Deep House
  1. It's So Nice (9:17)
  2. Bristow's Flights (8:21)
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Cat: DOG 06. Rel: 02 Dec 09
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Lose Myself
  2. Commando
  3. Commando (Wareika's Crazy Setup mix)
Review: Delusions Of Grandeur present the single 'Lose Myself'; and with it it's time to introduce Manolo, the alter ego - when choosing to venture into more mid-tempo discoid territories - of a certain Roberto Rodriguez. The Helsinki based producer has been ruling things nicely for the last few years with big releases and remixes on Freerange, Compost, 2020Vision and Raw Fusion to name a few. Not one to get caught treading water, Roberto has made sure to keep things fresh as a daisy by creating his new 'Manolo' alias for cheeky edits and left-of-centre productions which fall outside the house music bracket. So who better to present you these tracks than Delusions Of Grandeur, a label not afraid to keep the tempos down and the ethos underground and eclectic. Things kick off with 'Lose Myself', a rock solid chugger that bumps n grinds perfectly while pianos build and the vocal rides the looped up slo-mo house groove. Flip over for 'Commando' which takes things in an altogether more epic, Italo-inspired direction with a sixteenth note bassline snaking around while the layers of synths slowly build into lush harmonies. A really lovely, dreamy vibe emanates from this track whilst driving beats make sure the groove stays fat and rolling. Finally we have the ever-so-slightly madcap Berliners Wareika on board to spin 'Commando' out into the stratosphere and back. Their totally analogue reworking takes a live dub approach with spinning delays and classic plate reverbs, resulting in a beautifully murky, swampy, lo-slung version loaded with atmosphere. For those unfamiliar with Wareika, be sure to check out their stuff on Connaisseur, Eskimo and Liebe*Detail.
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NRG EP (12")
Cat: DOG 66. Rel: 27 Apr 18
Deep House
  1. NRG (6:09)
  2. NRG (dub mix) (5:08)
  3. Tripped (5:10)
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Cat: DOG 043. Rel: 20 Mar 15
Deep House
  1. Aw-rite (Mute version) (4:54)
  2. Warp & Weft (4:45)
  3. Eighty-Eights (8:47)
Review: The recent reappearance of "Green Marimbas" on a Mister Saturday Night 12" had us remembering with fondness how great a producer Ali 'Nebraska' Gibbs is - especially that Rush Hour LP Displacement. It's been a while since we last saw a new Nebraska 12" in the trollies at Juno so kudos to Delusions of Grandeur for coaxing some new cuts out of Gibbs for this fine Rye Lane Rhythms 12". From the moment "Aw-rite (Mute version)" slips into action it's like Nebraska has never been away, that attention to percussive and rhythmic detail still dead eyed and the musicality tight as ever. "Warp & Weft" veers off into fuzzy, minimalist beatdown territory that will appeal to fans of obscure Sound Signature B-sides whilst "Eighty Eights" is the sort of loop heavy house cut that you can tease dancefloors with.
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Cat: DOG 50A. Rel: 29 Mar 16
Deep House
  1. Nebraska - "What I Talk About When I Talk About Running" (8:35)
  2. Ugly Drums - "Like Its OK" (7:08)
  3. Session Victim - "Came To Be Alive" (4:28)
Review: The Delusions Of Grandeur label has always been a hotbed for quality deep house, and some of the game's best and brightest have graced its catalogue. Another great thing about the label has been its continuity and ability to think forwards, and this new series entitled Delusions 50 does just that. Here we have Part 1 of the collection, and it features the great Nebraska with "What I Talk About When I Talk About Running", a placid house chiller best served cold, no quick mixing on the fly is allowed, please! Ugly Drums bounces his way through funky bass tones and chugging percussion with "Like Its OK", but the undisputed quality comes from Session Victim and the gorgeous soulful swells of "Came To Be Alive" - boy what a corker!
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Cat: DOG 67. Rel: 15 Jun 18
Deep House
  1. Castlecrag (5:20)
  2. Whole In One (5:29)
  3. Whole In One (Folamour remix) (7:00)
Played by: Quarion
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Cat: DOG 19. Rel: 24 Jun 11
Deep House
  1. Tale Of The Tape
  2. Tale Of The Dub
  3. Tale Of The Tape (Cottam mix)
  4. Matrix
Review: Pattern Select is Milton Jackson's new endeavour with Show B and the results of their first collaborative work together finds a suitable home at Delusions Of Grandeur. Tale Of The Tape is both an auspicious glance at what the duo have up their sleeve and perhaps the finest twelve on the DoG imprint to date. Ploughing a decidedly subterranean path through the rawer excesses of house music, what is really a selection of simple elements - vocal hooks, crafty drums, ever rising pads and satisfying crashes - are combined excellently and infiltrated by the wormiest of arpeggiated synth lines. The accompanying dub version does what all good dub versions are supposed to do and there is the bonus of a flipside revision from man like Cottam that completely rewires the track along some next century utopian galactic house tip - you'll love the smudged rhythms that come floating in. Just to switch up the vibe, Pattern Select end on the dusty fingered brilliance of "Matrix" - full on beat down head nod vibes soaked in Detroit atmospherics.
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Cat: DOG 27. Rel: 19 Sep 12
Deep House
  1. Don't Get Me Wrong
  2. Shimmy
  3. Don't Get Me Wrong (Tornado Wallace remix)
Review: Recloose on Delusions of Grandeur? Yes please! "Don't Get Me Wrong" is classic Matt Cicioine, packed full of his usual musicality and dense, melodic production. It sounds like an unlikely fusion of distant, long-forgotten disco and spine-tingling deep house, with more atmospheric vocal samples and live instruments than you can shake a smelly stick at. It's heady and intoxicating, coming on like a classic house production made somewhere between Detroit and New York. The driving "Shimmy" continues the murky, retro-futurist trend and is just as engaging. As if that wasn't enough, there's also a lovingly fluid, decidedly Balearic rework of the title track from Melbournite Tornado Wallace that's quite possibly the best thing he's done to date. Splendid!
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Cat: DOG 34. Rel: 20 Nov 13
Deep House
  1. It's Too Late
  2. You Just Love Me
  3. Backtrack
Review: Man like Recloose returns to Delusions of Grandeur, having debuted on the label in fine style with last year's Don't Get Me Wrong EP, and it's a welcome one as It's Too Late is the New Zealand dwelling producer's first 12" of 2013! Despite this prolonged absence, Recloose has clearly lost none of the energy that drove his DoG debut, with all three tracks here demonstrating a real vibrancy that will immediately provide a lift for any dancefloor experiencing an element of lag. The title cut bounces along with the sort of finesse you'd expect from a producer of Recloose's calibre, whilst the heavy slab of filter disco "You Just Love You" highlights his arrangement skills. Fans of Cardiology era Recloose should head right to "Backtrack" and bask in its brilliance.
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Cat: DOG 57. Rel: 22 Mar 17
Deep House
  1. Shit Wizard (6:04)
  2. We Walk To War (6:12)
  3. We Walk To War (Tee Mango remix) (6:32)
  4. The Sound Of A Feeling (8:14)
Review: Nottingham based Ron Basejam is the anagrammed alter-ego of Crazy P co-founder James Baron who creates music with feelings on labels such as Futureboogie and Wolf Music and now for Freerange sister label Delusions Of Grandeur. On the fittingly titled The Sound Of A Feeling EP he serves up the charmingly titled "Shit Wizard" a soulful, nu-disco boogie-down jam. "We Walk To War" in its original form is the kind of lo-slung/slo-mo disco that really floats our boat, but the remix up next by Tee Mango really injects it with some Stevie Wonder style soul-funk that'll help get your shine on. The title track on the flip is the deepest and most emotive offering here, with its sublime and hypnotic qualities being pushed along by a tight groove.
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Cat: DOG 64. Rel: 23 Mar 18
Deep House
  1. Save Our Love (7:36)
  2. What I Love (5:30)
  3. Walk That Walk (feat Blacktroniks) (4:56)
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Cat: DOG 69. Rel: 15 Oct 18
Deep House
  1. Act Natural (5:47)
  2. Jus Right (5:59)
  3. Low Key (7:51)
  4. Jus Right (Pontchartrain remix) (6:13)
Review: Saine presents three diverse house essences following his previous releases on the likes of Odd Socks, Voyage and Must Have. "Act Natural" kicks things off with a rolling crunch before taking a sudden left turn into something so naturally uplifting you can't help but think of DJ Gregory in his prime. "Jus Right" eases back a little and digs deep into the wavey sliding synths before "Low Key" rounds off with a more hypnotic perspective. With Pontchartrain on remix duties, we're really being spoilt here. Straight up grandeur.
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Cat: DOGCD 02. Rel: 17 May 12
Deep House
  1. Dark Sienna
  2. Zoinks
  3. Push Comes To Shove
  4. Alpine Glow
  5. The Haunted House
  6. Cow Palace
  7. Bison
  8. Good Intentions (LP mix)
  9. Light Scent Of Decay
  10. Fine
  11. Flying Visit
Review: Having already treated us to a trio of samplers, the German deep house duo Session Victim finally deliver their debut full-length for Delusions of Grandeur. Given their impressive credentials, it's no surprise to find that The Haunted House Of House is a bit good. Almost overflowing with ideas, it serves up 11 slabs of deep house that do their best to sidestep the genre's many pitfalls. Sure, there's plenty of comfy, melodic goodness (see "Push Comes To Shove" and "Zoinks"), but also forays into disco-flecked jazz-funk-house ("Alpine Glow"), slick disco-house ("The Haunted House"), groovy slo-mo electronica ("Bilson"), dewy-eyed Balearica ("The Light Scent of Decay") and even Clyde-ish broken hip-hop ("Fine"). Impeccable.
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out of stock $12.65
Cat: DOGLP 02. Rel: 26 Oct 17
Deep House
  1. The Haunted House (6:28)
  2. Alpine Glow (3:26)
  3. Dark Sienna (5:20)
  4. Flying Visit (4:02)
  5. Cow Palace (5:47)
  6. Bison (3:56)
  7. Push Comes To Shove (5:50)
  8. Fine (2:57)
  9. Zoinks (5:45)
  10. Good Intentions (album mix) (4:23)
  11. Light Scent Of Decay (9:42)
Review: Having already treated us to a trio of samplers, the German deep house duo Session Victim finally deliver their debut full-length for Delusions of Grandeur on this delicious triple vinyl package. Given their impressive credentials, it's no surprise to find that The Haunted House Of House is a bit good. Almost overflowing with ideas, it serves up 11 slabs of deep house that do their best to sidestep the genre's many pitfalls. Sure, there's plenty of comfy, melodic goodness (see "Push Comes To Shove" and "Zoinks"), but also forays into disco-flecked jazz-funk-house ("Alpine Glow"), slick disco-house ("The Haunted House"), groovy slo-mo electronica ("Bilson"), dewy-eyed Balearica ("The Light Scent of Decay") and even Clyde-ish broken hip-hop ("Fine"). Impeccable.
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Dawn EP (12")
Cat: DOG 71. Rel: 15 Feb 19
Deep House
  1. Dawn (feat Nebraska) (6:14)
  2. Taste Of Life (6:39)
  3. Hear The Sun (feat Iron Curtis) (7:19)
  4. Dawn (Sven Weisemann ReDawn Inbassed mix) (7:47)
Review: Following a year spent unfurling new material on their own Pen & Paper imprint, Session Victim returns to Delusions of Grandeur with another strong collection of cuts. The German duo first joins forces with Nebraska to layer a tough deep house beat with simmering strings and jammed-out electric piano lines ("Dawn"), before effortlessly joining the dots between deep house, dub house and hazy jazz-funk on "Taste of Life". Pal Iron Curtis lends a hand on the deliciously toasty and loved-up deep house shuffle of "Hear The Sun", while Sven Weisemann arguably steals the show with an ultra-deep, dubby, hypnotic and pleasingly melodious remix of title track "Dawn". It's such a good revision, in fact, that it's worth buying the EP just to have it in your collection.
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Cat: DOG 60. Rel: 11 Oct 17
Deep House
  1. Almost Midnight (4:53)
  2. Castle For Sale (4:54)
  3. Head Over Heels (6:09)
  4. Thermal Explorer (2:19)
Review: The Hamburg-Berlin connection returns. Retreat label boss Hauke Freer and Matthias Reiling of Giegling fame have been at it as Session Victim for the better part of 10 years and they're still in fine form. The third instalment of Listen To Your Heart features four splendid journeys into the deep. Starting off with the lo-slung disco loops of "Almost Midnight" on the A side, which is followed up by the sun-kissed/slo-mo balearica of "Castle For Sale". On the flip, they pick up the pace once again with "Almost Midnight" which showcases the classic SV sound: deep house from a hip-hop production style of technique which no doubt influenced a new generation of German producers such as Glenn Astro & Max Graef. Finally, recline, relax and light one up to the dubbed out ambient journey that is "Thermal Explorer".
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Cat: DOGCD 07. Rel: 02 Jun 17
Deep House
  1. Over & Over
  2. Bring It Back
  3. Moons & Flowers
  4. The Hatch
  5. Shadows
  6. Matching Half
  7. Unchained
  8. If We Can Make It Here
  9. Almost Midnight
  10. Castle For Sale
  11. Up To Rise (LP mix)
  12. Head Over Heels
  13. Thermal Explorer
Review: Although they've delivered plenty of fine singles over the years, it's invariably Session Victim's albums that get us hot under the collar. This is primarily because it gives them a chance to showcase a wider range of grooves, tempos and instrumentations amongst the ear-pleasing dancefloor workouts. Their sunny disposition, noted sample-spotting ability and varied inspirations are all in evidence on the German duo's third full-length excursion. It's a deliciously evocative, enjoyable and mood enhancing affair that smilingly meanders between dreamy jazz-house bliss, Bossa-Balearic fusion, disco-sampling cheeriness, glistening slow jams, Afro-tinged deep house warmth and humid dub riddims (the impeccable "Castle For Sale"). In other words, it's another hugely enjoyable romp packed full of winning moments.
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Played by: Tufan Demir
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Cat: DOG 31. Rel: 14 Jun 13
Deep House
  1. Yes I Know
  2. Yes I Know (Max Graef remix)
  3. Glow In The Dark
Review: Session Victim deliver their first EP of 2013 via Jimpster's Delusions Of Grandeur imprint, cutting and pasting vocal samples and disco strings over house beats and shortened chords; see "Yes I Know". New Tartelet act Max Graef adds some extra streetwalkin' funk to his remix, keeping Session Victims effective quick fire loops, while the EP's title track proudly walks down a road of high and happy disco-infused filter house.
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Cat: DOGLP 04. Rel: 08 Nov 14
Deep House
  1. Do It Now (5:48)
  2. Hey Stranger (4:15)
  3. Make People Dance (6:00)
  4. See You When You Get There (3:40)
  5. Never Forget (6:07)
  6. Stick Together (5:29)
  7. Hyuwee (3:48)
  8. The Most Beautiful Divorce Ever (5:28)
  9. Crystal Maze (2:57)
  10. Under Your Spell (4:27)
  11. Eo's Place (4:34)
  12. Outro (2:39)
Review: Given the quality of Session Victim's 2012 debut album, Haunted House of House, expectations are naturally high for this follow-up. Like its' predecessor, See You When You Get There takes a widescreen approach to deep house, with the German duo drawing on a myriad of influences, from jazz ("Hey Stranger"), soundtracks ("Crystal Maze") and evocative downtempo beats (the impeccable title track), to Atmosfear-ish jazz-funk ("The Most Beautiful Divorce In The World") and, most notably, classic Balearica (see the druggy pop of "Hyuwee" and deliciously slow "EOS Place". Best of all, though, is "Never Forget", a glorious blues-house epic laden with smoky vocal samples and thrilling piano motifs.
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Cat: DOG 040. Rel: 06 Dec 14
Deep House
  1. Do It Now
  2. Hey Stranger
  3. Make People Dance
  4. See You When You Get There
Review: In addition to issuing their second album See You When You Get There in triple vinyl format, German duo Session Victim have taken the curious decision with Delusions of Grandeur to release the LP across a trilogy of 12" samplers too. Irrespective of their motives, there's no denying each of the four cuts on this second sampler will service any deep house loving dancefloor for months to come, with Hauke Freer and Matthias Reiling's refined grasp of the genre resulting in music that positively ruffles with a deep sense of melodic warmth. The contrast between the jazzy "Hey Stranger" and the wholly darker "Make People Dance" also hints at a pleasant development in the Session Victim sound too.
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Cat: DOG 42. Rel: 21 Jan 15
Deep House
  1. The Most Beautiful Divorce Ever
  2. Crystal Maze
  3. Under Your Spell
  4. Eo's Place
  5. Outro
Review: Those cursing the fact they missed out on Session Victim's See You When You Get There album in its premium triple LP format can at least be consoled with the fact the German duo are issuing it as a series of 12" samplers too. This third and final sampler completes the set and is fairly indicative of the widescreen approach to the deep house form shown on the album as a whole, with the wonderful jazz house shuffle of opener "The Most Beautiful Divorce Ever" dovetailing nicely with the piano heavy soundtrack piece "Crystal Maze". At the time See You When You Get There was originally released, the fluttering brilliance of "Under Your Spell" became one of our favourite Session Victim productions and it's lost none of its lustre here.
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out of stock $7.38
Cat: DOG 12TP. Rel: 22 Sep 10
Deep House
  1. Million Dollar Feeling
  2. Million Dollar Feeling (Gerd remix)
  3. Time To Let You Down
Review: For their twelfth release the ever classy Delusions Of Grandeur imprint welcome Session Victim back into the fold. The German duo ushered in the New Year with the three classy cuts on Left The Building and they've come correct on this new release. "Million Dollar Feeling" is definitely characterised by the intricate drum programming and complemented by deep pads and a truly soulful vocal sample. The soft moogy undertones that resonate subaqueously in the mix towards the end add that extra touch of quality. 4Lux boss Gerd is called on to remix the track, dipping that vocal sample in infectious delay, straightening the groove for a disco kick and laying down some brilliant neon tinged bass echoes. This remix chugs hard! The pace gets dropped on the B Side, an 11 minute low rider called "Time To Let You Down" which shimmers and reverberates through nine minutes of teasing your ears before the glorious full string heavy sample unfurls.


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out of stock $7.38
Cat: DOG 07TP. Rel: 29 Jan 10
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. The Keyboarder
  2. Tomorrow Night
  3. Even (dub)
Review: New on the Delusions of Grandeur label (a sub label of Jimpster's excellent Freerange imprint), Berlin based duo Session Victim have made a gem of an EP that would find a good home in the racks of any nu-disco fans. "The Keyboarder" sounds like something Treasure Fingers would drop, as it's both full of groove and heavy on the silky string stabs. The clean, live sounding drums on "Tomorrow Night" alone are worth getting excited about, underpinning a corking deep rhythm that becomes infectious. Well worth checking out.
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Listen To Your Heart (3xLP + insert + CD)
Cat: DOGLP 7. Rel: 02 Jun 17
Deep House
  1. Bring It Back (6:20)
  2. If We Can Make It Here (4:28)
  3. Moons & Flowers (6:32)
  4. The Hatch (2:50)
  5. Shadows (5:27)
  6. Unchained (3:02)
  7. Up To Rise (5:20)
  8. Over & Over (LP mix) (2:43)
  9. Almost Midnigh T (4:54)
  10. Castle For Sale (4:56)
  11. Head Over Heels (6:06)
  12. Thermal Explorer (2:18)
  13. Over & Over
  14. Bring It Back
  15. Moons & Flowers
  16. The Hatch
  17. Shadows
  18. Matching Half
  19. Unchained
  20. If We Can Make It Here
  21. Almost Midnight
  22. Castle For Sale
  23. Up To Rise (LP mix)
  24. Head Over Heels
  25. Thermal Explorer
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