|1.||Fabio Monesi - "Jampad One"|
|2.||Fabio Monesi - "Let's Go Back"|
|1.||Kastil - "Untitled Vibes"|
|2.||Kastil - "Moments"|
The Wilson imprint deliver the goods once again with their third release, the first in a series of "Split Grooves" that brandishes a pair of classicist house productions from label boss Fabio Monesi and Spanish producer Kastil. Monesi was ever-present on Wilson this year, impressing with his obvious passion and understanding of the key elements that make 90s era deep house so seminal and demonstrated he's got the production talent to implement it within his own tracks. The status quo is retained here, with the relentlessly joyous and uplifting pump of "Jampad One" complemented by the thicker, gut punching groove and tight key play of "Let's Go Back". Previously Kastil has dabbled in both disco flecked and muscle flexing house productions, and his two bumping efforts here sit resolutely in the latter camp, demonstrating a craft for utilising vocal samples and classic melodic motifs which fit perfectly within the Wilson ethos.
J'Shez (City Fly/Innercircle), KHALiB (THC, Easy Killer), Tomson, Mirco Violi, Superbreak, Mike O'Mara, PASH, Washerman, Mike W - Kolour LTD, Juno Recommends Deep House, Jorge Caiado / Conversion, SCOPE, BICEP, Roni Nachum (Ubertramp Records), Deymare, James Johnston (No Matter What), Fabio Monesi (Wilson Records), Mikki Funk, Ricardo Miranda, Kastil (Soul Notes/Stale), The Legendary 1979 Orchestra, Djs: Most Charted - Deep House, Studio Casual, Samann (Traxx Underground), Rompante, Desos, LeSale, Caseer, Cecil (artfuldivision), Last Mood, Spittal (Craigie Knowes), Mike Sharon
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