We Wish 2 Cherry Trees Bloom Forever (Spring version)
End Of One Love
Kiss & Wine
Review: Tominori Hosoya landings on Minuendo with Love Stories EP, this work contains beautiful deep tracks and intros with personal sign and vision of nipon artist, he was know for work to another labels like DeepArt Sounds, Soire, TH Pressin, Mixx and more. check!
Review: "Tominori Hosoya is the project of Japanese track-maker Tomi Chair and for the past years he's been on a steadfast journey in the land of soulful house. His most recent offering on MixxRecords entitled "Life Goes On EP" includes four tracks, three originals and one Brothers' Vibe remix. Starting off with "Over The Sadness", the first piece is a laid back groove with a solid bass backbone animated by classic house hi-hats. "Strategy Meeting" gets peppered with wobbly synths, giving the cut a seemly acid vibe against a steady percussive background. With "32-33 (One Decision)", Tominori delves into his tribal side; keeping the focus on exotic drum patterns. The dreamy synth melody provides a contrasting yet fitting backline. For his remix of "Strategy Meeting", Brothers' Vibe goes full force and turns the track into a peak time floor killer, with a hypnotic percussive line....a SOLID PROJECT for certain!!"
Review: Remarkably, 18 years has past since Red Ember Records offered up the first installment in their "Deepsounds" series of multi-artist EPs. Volume five kicks off with "Relax", a warm and fuzzy chunk of head-nodding deep house hypnotism by Sauco and Prakash that boasts some raw analogue bass and oven-hot stabs. Erell Ranson goes even jazzier, deeper and more melodious on the superb "Beauty Of Sadness", while Frankie Soukal's "Polaroid" wraps spacey, dubbed-out and delay laden chords around a chunky groove. Arguably best of all though is Tominori Hosoya's luscious "2 Years Later", an ultra-deep, dreamy and positive cut that's twice as tactile as Play-Dough and infinitely tastier.
Review: Spanish label Bucketround kicks off a new series called Deep Encounters with this four-track various artists release from some lesser known talents with some seriously fresh ideas. Jesus Gonsev taps into the mood of labels like Pleasure Zone and the stripped down Romanian sound, but there's other forces at work in the meditative bliss of "Terminal 5". Tominori Hosoya takes things in the direction of Dubbymann style deep house, all pattering bongos and sweeping melodic content before Allstar Motomusic brings a tougher, old-skool New York approach to steamy house music. Manuel Costela finishes the EP off with the delicately balanced "Mind Purveyor", holding back on the drums and leading with the chords instead.
Review: Manuel Costela's Bucketround label has always moved at a mellow pace, so it's no surprise to see it casually slide back into view after a couple of years out. Tominori Hosoya is a fine choice to steer the return of the label - the producer has been busy in the past few years releasing high grade deep house on labels like Mixx Records and Minuendo. Opening with the airy, subliminal sound of "Nov.7.2010," it's clear Hosoya is more than comfortable in the corner of deep house inhabited by Fred P, Dubbyman et al. "Happy Sunshine" is equally mellow, although with a little more machine soul bite than its predecessor. Costela jumps on with a subtle re-rub of "Nov.7.2010" while Ney Faustini takes on "Happy Sunshine," reducing it to an atmospheric minimal house groove.