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Hatchet's Cave (feat Anunaku remix)Tread
Jeigo dropped a thrilling debut album Cerulean back at the end of 2022, worked in a tune with Elkka for her DJ-Kicks mix and also dropped a mix for Bicep not long ago. Now he follows all that up with a firing four-track EP on Tread Records that again collides different club sounds, great samples and hooky melodies. 'Hatchet's Cave' is hands-in-the-air house euphoria with blistering drums and warped pads, then 'Move X' is a gritty tech bouncer and 'Compulsions' is a bubbly one with crisp hits. Nervous Horizons label boss Anunaku remixes the title track into a bass-heavy banger too.
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Ricardo Villalbos Reimagines: Stars Planets Dust MeVicious Charm Recordings
We're never short of new Ricardo Villalobos material and he's generous with his time as a mixer, but this project offers something different from the Chilean mad scientist of minimal. A Mountain Of One are a duo who deal in Balearic-leaning pop with a subtle charm and an adventurous spirit, and they initially approached Villalobos for a single remix of one of their tracks. As a fan of their sound, Villalobos ran with the project and it wound up as a full remix album of seven different versions. On the earlier tracks Ricardo takes a surprisingly light touch, while the later stages find us knee deep in the mesmerising roll of his minimal house, shot through with dubbed out ingredients from the original songs. It's surprising and satisfying in equal measure, showing Villalobos at his best and quite the scoop for A Mountain Of One.
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Mark Knight / Green Velvet / Rene Amesz / Adrian Hour / Watermat / Raumakustik / Deeper Purpose - Toolroom Sampler Vol 9
Toolroom Sampler Vol 9Toolroom
Toolroom is now one of those house labels that sits at the top table wit the likes of Nervous and Spinnin. It has turned out big room sounds for many years and made label founder Mark Knight a star in the process. Here he has put together an eighth volume of the sampler series that showcases what the imprint is all about and his own track with Green Velvet and Rene Amesz is a highlight with its dark, sleazy grind and tech house funk sure to lock in the club. Elsewhere Danny Howard offers up an extended re-edit of Adrian Hour's 'Hear What They Hear' and on the flip is the bulky 'Out of My Head' by Watermat & Raumakustik and a tense trip courtesy of Deeper Purpose's 'The Stutter.'
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Bright Raven - Blackpoold
BlackpooldEmotions Electric
Bright Raven is a brand new artist from Detroit who offers up a superb debut EP here for the Emotions Electric label. He brings with him plenty of Motor City magic and fuses serene and soulful techno sounds with great electronics and plenty of cosmic charm. Opener 'Blackpoold' has bright melodies lights glowing in the distance over a hurried bassline, then 'Bright Raven 002' gets much busier with chattery snares and percussion over serene pads and pulsing bass. Last of all is the deep and astral house of 'Bright Raven 003' with its many rich layers of synth and melody all washing over you with late-night charm.
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Ruff Stuff / Bress Underground - Foundations EP
Foundations EPSlothboogie
Slothboogie are back with more of that disco-fied deep house goodness courtesy of Ruff Stuff and Bress Underground, two Italian producers devoted to the classic approach to the genre. 'Foundations' is a slinky, funked up late night workout with a loopy, hypnotic feel, while 'Sliding Sine' has a more synth-focused, dub-splashed approach. 'The Community' is a rawer jam with tough drums that wouldn't sound out of place on a Chiapet record, while 'Something About It' is peak time garage house at its finest. If you need to work the floor good and proper, these jams won't let you down.
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Respect 005 - RESPECT 005
RESPECT 005Respect UK
The UK deep house pushers over at RESPECT return for their fifth anonymous release, blending samples pastiches of Latin groove and disco into repetitious blurs. Leading with the rhythm-laden 'Pastime', a lackadaiscal drum workout abounds amid a well-produced haze; all while 'Paper' and 'Spank' continue to brighten the mood with sizzling horn blarings and uhhs-and-ahhs of reprocessed, lost soul. Not one to miss for those who like their edits self-evidently skilful and mysterious.
Don't Hurt Me Now (Rico Puestel's Don't Dub Me Now remix)Time In The Special Practice Of Relativity
Singer and musician Rico Friebe has a new album on the bay in October but first comes this special one-sided 12" via Time In The Special Practice Of Relativity. 'Don't Hurt Me Now' (Rico Puestel's Don't Dub Me Now Remix) is a warm, deep techno cut with the tender vocals left front and centre, Surging synths add extra heat to this most heartfelt of trehcno cuts - it's there sort of tune you can imagine being dropped at sunrise somewhere special like Robbert Johnson, just as the first light breaks through the shutters and brings some dancefloor euphoria.
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Metro / Ny House'n Authority / Tracer / Asylum - Nu Groove Edits Vol 3
Nu Groove Edits Vol 3Nu Groove
You will of course know if you are reading this that Nu Groove was a seminal New York house label that lay a blueprint for deep stuff back in the 80s and 90s. This fresh 12" serves up a third volume of label edits from various artists from across the spectrum. Metro's 'Turnstyle Turbulance' is tackled first by NiCe7 who brings bumpy drums, then Mark Broom's Vox Flanger Mixx of an N.Y. House'n Authority classic is a steamy jacker with lovely old-school vibes. Our favourite though is Asylum's 'Guitarz' (Honey Dijon & Luke Solomon edit) which is a nice mid-tempo workout with seductive claps and excellent hi hats.
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