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Wolf EP 013
Cat: WOLFEP 013. Rel: 20 Jun 12
  1. M62 (feat Terri Walker)
  2. Zippy Share
  3. Nowt
  4. M62 (feat Terri Walker - Medlar remix)
Review: Formerly one half of Leeds post nu rave outfit Ocelot, James Welsh has now settled into a nice deep house groove under his own name, with a well regarded turnout on Hypercolour offshoot Losing Suki the prelude to this rather refined debut for the Wolf Music imprint. Perhaps the only house track to ever be named after a trans-Pennine motorway, "M62" is nonetheless a superbly crafted production blessed with some deep set vocals from Ms Terri Walker! Alongside this, Welsh drops a rather spritely warm fronted homage to his favourite online storage service "Zippyshare" while "Nowt" shows the Northerner to be just as adept at louche beatdown business. Wolf regular Medlar ensures the Lupine House massif are well stocked with a storming remix of "M62" that's got all manner of fidgeting rhythmic intricacies.
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Heaven
Heaven (12")
Cat: WOLFEP 029 . Rel: 15 Jul 15
  1. Heaven (6:36)
  2. Hold Me In Your Arms (8:11)
  3. Heaven (K 98 remix) (8:16)
Review: Current darlings of the deep house Wolf Music continue on with what they do best on these three reliable dancefloor fillers courtesy of Bristol's Thrilogy. First up "Heaven" and its uplifting piano roll complete with jazz vocals and a pumping swing fuelled beat does the business quite well. Next we've got "Hold Me In Your Arms" which takes things deeper, with sultry female backing vocals and rolling bassline.. But the uplifting piano roll remains; don't worry! Lastly the K 98 remix of "heaven" injects some serious stomp and tempo into the track that tears through the speakers with its hard house intensity.
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8 Years Deep In The Game
  1. BRS - "Bouncing" (6:48)
  2. Paradiso Rhythm - "Greetings & Salutations" (4:46)
  3. Ishmael X Medlar - "Tyning Batch" (5:27)
  4. KRL - "I Wanna Be With You" (Refix) (6:50)
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Yesterday's Tomorrows
Cat: WOLFLP 004. Rel: 16 May 18
  1. Daysdays (6:44)
  2. In Our Lifetime (6:45)
  3. Shibuya Feelings (6:38)
  4. Maybe Tomorrow (5:19)
  5. Move On (5:49)
  6. 949494 (3:50)
  7. Into The Woods (6:28)
  8. Fruits (3:39)
Review: Sebastian Genz's third full length this time around is surprisingly not released via Hamburg's Smallville (an imprint he's a known staple of) nor his own Closer Music - rather, it's for London deep house merchants Wolf Music. The Yesterday's Tomorrow LP is said to see the Berlin based artist go back to his roots, revisiting his early influences such as hip-hop and jungle, mixed with the sample driven house he's become renowned for. Deep and dusty late-night emotions await you on "Daysdays" and "In Our Lifetime", a soulful/jazzy kinda something on "Maybe Tomorrow", the liquid drum & bass of "Move On" (which calls to mind the mid-'90s glory days when Alex Reece and Peshay reigned supreme) or the blunted urban blues of "949494". it's a compelling listen from start to finish.
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 in stock $18.99
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Bicicla (Touch You)
Bicicla (Touch You) (white vinyl 12")
Cat: WOLFW 003. Rel: 26 Jun 14
  1. Bicicla (Touch You)
  2. Get High (feat Charli James)
  3. Love Beat (feat Tom Trago)
  4. Datsun Drive (feat Freekwency)
Review: Given that his finest releases have all offered an authentic but pleasingly off-kilter take on '80s boogie and raw synth-soul, it's something of a surprise to see Australian producer Inkswel popping up on Wolf Music, a label that has - for the past couple of years at least - been firmly focused on capturing the house zeitgeist. The fact that it's a departure for both parties seems to have got the best out of Inkswel, who delivers another inspired - and varied - set of tracks. Highlights include the fuzzy, soul-flecked slo-mo house of "Get High", the deliciously saucer-eyed Balearic boogie of "Love Beat" (written with Dutch producer Tom Trago), and a thrillingly low-slung chunk of off-kilter boogie (the rubbery bass, woozy synths and MPC beats of Freekwency collaboration "Datsun Drive").
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Rarely Pure Never Simple
Cat: WOLFLP 002. Rel: 05 Mar 15
  1. There Now (feat Loes Jongerling) (2:22)
  2. The Excitement Happens At Page 320 (4:03)
  3. Writs Fentink (1:08)
  4. Rarely, Never Simple (feat Loes Jongerling) (2:56)
  5. Glints (5:49)
  6. Nevertheless (feat Loes Jongerling) (3:44)
  7. The Circus (4:16)
  8. Contempt (feat Loes Jongerling) (2:42)
  9. Words To Fit (1:41)
  10. Everybody Knows (5:36)
  11. In Addition (feat Loes Jongerling) (2:05)
  12. They Say (0:54)
  13. A Fistful Of Sun (3:49)
Review: It's no surprise to see Amsterdam man Fritz Wentink issuing his debut album through Wolf Music, as the London label have been staunch supporters of his work with two 12" contributions over the past two years. The wonderfully named Rarely Pure, Never Simple adds to Wolf Music's growing artist album profile following long players from main men Medlar and Greymatter and further develops the all encompassing production style Wentink has displayed so eloquently for Detroit Swindle's Heist Recordings and others. He seems most impressive on the more downbeat tracks done in collaboration with Loes Jongerling who possesses a quite astounding vocal delivery, though those craving some proper house will totally dig on cuts like "The Excitement Happens At Page 320".
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Wolf EP 22
Wolf EP 22 (12")
Cat: WOLFEP 022. Rel: 21 Nov 13
  1. Greymatter - "Give Up (Never Gonna)" (feat Sophie Brown)
  2. KRL - "Burn" (feat Sarah Blake)
  3. Homeboy - "Spacelift"
  4. Ishmael - "Lumo"
Review: The lupine London lot known simply as Wolf Music keep up the end of year pressure, issuing a 22nd edition of the split artists 12"s that have helped establish them as one of the capital's most trusted house music outlets. Wolf Music regulars Greymatter, KRL and Ishmael are present and correct and there's space for a label debut in the shape of Zagreb based producer Homeboy. Greymatter pulls rank and leads off with a wonderfully chunky production in the shape of "Give Up" which features some killer keylines and a manipulated vocal from Sophie Brown with the end result sounding as memorable as MJ Cole's "Sincere". Not to be outdone, KRL teams up with a female vocalist too on "The Game" which features some shamelessly euphoric piano samples. Face down and Homeboy provides the peak time moment with "Spacelift" whilst Ishmael is in Mark E style beatdown mode on "Lumo" - those pads!

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WOLFEP 053
WOLFEP 053 (12")
Cat: WOLFEP 053. Rel: 11 Sep 19
  1. Velved Groove (4:33)
  2. Special Shout Out (4:08)
  3. Doggo Content (feat Hulkhodn) (2:29)
  4. Where's The Wine (3:02)
  5. One4fries (5:11)
Review: Hodini is back on the ever reliable Wolf Music for his second EP. The Cologne-based DJ also moonlights as one of Germany's leading underground hip hop producers under the alias HulkHodn, therefore he brings elements from this background into this unique five tracker. In "WOLFEP 053", he dusts off long forgotten cuts, all sampled with that MPC chopped graininess and blending lo-fi vocal sound bites with deft jazz loops to give a distinct, textured edge to his work. From the dusty late night deepness of "Velved Groove", to the slo-mo Moodymann vibes of "Special Shout Out" and the lo-slung, jazzy kinda somethin' that is "Where's The Wine", Hodini delivers smokey deep house music with an undeniably urban flavour.
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Gespielt von: Jacques Renault, Superbreak
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Two Bar House Music & Chord Stuff: Volume Two
Two Bar House Music & Chord Stuff: Volume Two (12" in hand-stamped sleeve)
Cat: WOLF2BAR 02. Rel: 31 Jan 18
  1. Theme 05 (6:45)
  2. Theme 06 (6:21)
  3. Theme 07 (6:28)
  4. Theme 08 (5:58)
Review: The first volume in Frits Wentink's Two Bar House Music and Chord Stuff series won plenty of plaudits when Wolf Music slung it out last summer. Happily, the eccentric Dutch producer seems to have raised his game even further on this fine follow-up. Check, for example, deliciously trippy opener "Theme 5", where vocal snippets, organ riffs and sci-fi synth sounds are drenched in tape delay and wrapped around a skewed deep house groove, and the bolder, bass-heavy bustle of saucer-eyed peak-time wobbler "Theme 7". Elsewhere, he combines the dreamy dustiness of Mood Hut style deep house with the cheeriness of Italian piano house on "Theme 8" and gets locked into a soulful, deep and bass-heavy vibe on the similarly impeccable "Theme 6".
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The Legacy EP
Cat: WOLFEP 054. Rel: 16 Oct 19
  1. Something For The Dancers (6:47)
  2. From Garage (5:57)
  3. Something For The Dancers (Kerri Chandler Dark mix) (8:33)
Review: On the one-to-watch list for those in the know, Lea Lisa has released on Mona Musique, Memories and Chez Damier's Inner Balance Recordings, alongside her role within the InnerDisc record store family. Presenting "The Legacy EP" for the ever-reliable Wolf Music here, she showcases her unquestionable talent across the two opening cuts. The soulful, emotive and near spiritual vibes of opener "Something For The Dancers" reaches near Ron Trent like moments with its weighty synth lines, dream-like pads and powerful bass tones, and the sensual late night deepness of "From Garage" which combines sultry vocals, analogue keys and thumping percussion doffs a cap to Chicago and Detroit deep house classics. Arguably best of all though, is the remix on the flip by the one and only Kerri Chandler - the Kaoz Theory chief serves up a heavenly slice of house with his "Dark Mix"; a shuffling garage house beat blending beneath sustained string synths and signature stabs. Classic Kerri style.
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Gespielt von: Lola Allen, Lea Lisa
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WOLFEP037
WOLFEP037 (12")
Cat: WOLFEP 037. Rel: 21 Sep 16
  1. Paradiso (6:05)
  2. No Look For Trouble (6:58)
  3. Midday At Sudek's (4:32)
  4. With River At The Lounge (7:32)
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WOLFEP036
WOLFEP036 (12")
Cat: WOLFEP 036. Rel: 27 Jul 16
  1. Mercy, Mercy Me (6:18)
  2. Doldrums (5:34)
  3. Matilde (4:47)
  4. Doldrums (SoulPhictions Burnin mix) (6:40)
Review: Bristol house type Ishmael got his debut on Wolf Music some three years ago, sharing space with Bicep, Medlar and Casino Times on one of the label's trademark split 12"s and not looking out of place one iota. He's since gone on to contribute several further 12"s to the Wolf cause as well as align with the similarly-minded Church with whom his debut LP, Sometime In Space, was released earlier this year. This new 12" for Wolf picks up where that LP left off as Ishmael runs through deep burnt gospel house ("Mercy, Mercy, Me"), heat-treated vibers ("Doldrums") and buff MCDE-style piano tinklers ("Matilde"). The mighty Soulphiction pops up to lend his own brand of shuffling percussive house class om a closing remix of "Doldrums."
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LDZ IV
LDZ IV (12")
Cat: WOLFEP 034. Rel: 11 May 16
  1. Tide In (6:17)
  2. Channel (4:23)
  3. Pelagos (7:22)
  4. Tide Out (6:51)
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Ukiyo EP
Ukiyo EP (12")
Cat: WOLFEP 038. Rel: 07 Dec 16
  1. Jam For Muhammad (6:07)
  2. Until Tomorrow (5:50)
  3. Witches (feat Wayne Snow) (3:33)
  4. Butter Chicken (DemoCrazy) (6:17)
  5. We Need To Talk (4:39)
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Spring Dom EP
Cat: WOLFEP 047. Rel: 17 Oct 18
  1. Spring Dom (8:04)
  2. Spring Dom (Medlar remix) (5:51)
  3. Clubtronic (7:13)
  4. Miss You (7:19)
Review: Wolf Music are back, following up releases of late by flying Dutchman Frits Wentink, Mr Fries and Pedro & Camille, with a reissue of a golden 2003 deep house nugget in the form of BRS (British Rhythm Services) - 'Spring Dom'. The EP is a proper serving of boogie-down antics including a terrific remix by label staple Ned Pegler aka Medlar. Late night deep house with a French touch is catered for on the ultra smooth "Clubtronic", while "Miss You" will captivate with its creamy Rhodes and gentle swing-fuelled groove. Originally released on UK label Cyclo back in 2003, BRS formed in 1998 and was comprised of DJ Ben Vacara, Rob 'Twin' Evans and Mr Mulatto.
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Seppuku
Seppuku (12")
Cat: WOLFEP 043. Rel: 13 Dec 17
  1. Feelin To Be (1:24)
  2. Pashun (6:40)
  3. D Gre Sho (2:29)
  4. Allens (4:29)
  5. Jodisho (3:04)
  6. Jonse (3:54)
Review: Manchester's Garth Be is up next on esteemed London based imprint Wolf Music. This is his latest release since last year's Law Of Fives EP on Ruf Kutz. Much like fellow homeboy and elder statesman Trus'Me, he channels the dusty, soulful and emotive sounds of the Motor City like that of Kenny Dixon Jr and Theo Parrish et al and even sneaks in a few cheeky disco edits like on the intro "Feelin To Be". On the evocative "Pashun" we have a right wicked jam packed full of tight and dusty rhythms, neon-lit synths and emotive chord progressions. The late night deepness of "Allens" is another worthy addition to this collection of fine tunes, as is the off-kilter minimal electro of "Jodisho" and the absolutely saturated lo-fi/slo-mo bliss of "Jonse".
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Gespielt von: Clang83
 in stock $7.03
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WOLFEP 042
WOLFEP 042 (12")
Cat: WOLFEP 042. Rel: 11 Oct 17
  1. Cascinari (5:30)
  2. Nisantasi (6:04)
  3. Priet (6:04)
  4. Queen Of Tacos (with FYI Chris) (5:38)
Review: Having spent the last 12 months sharpening his disco credentials via a variety of re-edit EPs and sample-heavy "secret weapons", Medlar is back on Wolf doing what he does best. In this case, that means sparse, drum machine driven electro/proto house fusion ("Cascinari"), delay-heavy, stripped-back analogue house blessed with dreamy chords and grime style lo-fi synth-strings ("Nisantasi") and Ruf Dug style dancefloor sweetness seemingly created using forgotten old synthesizers, dusty drum machines and a solitary TB-303 ("Priet"). Excitingly, the EP's final track - a bustling fusion of beatbox electro rhythms, layered breakbeats, heavy bass and yearning chords - is a studio hook-up with similarly well-regarded producer FYI Chris.
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Gespielt von: The Revenge
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Two Bar House Music & Chord Stuff: Volume Three
Cat: WOLF 2BAR03. Rel: 12 Sep 18
  1. Theme 09 (6:39)
  2. Theme 10 (6:04)
  3. Theme 11 (7:45)
  4. Theme 12 (4:56)
Review: Frits Wentink delivers a third volume in his ongoing "Two Bar House Music & Chord Stuff" series, offering up another quartet of numerically titled "themes".The Bobby Donny supremo hits the ground running with "Theme 09", a swirling, smoky and dusty workout that sits somewhere between the horizontal haziness of Vancouver deep house and the bustling grooviness of basement-bothering mid-90s US house. "Theme 10" is a little more loose and lo-fi in tone, with Wentink utilizing all manner of cheap vintage synths and drum machines, while "Theme 11" is slower and jazzier with distinctive '80s synth-funk influences. "Theme 12", meanwhile, is dubby, driving and low-slung whilst retaining a hint of off-kilter jazz-funk.
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WOLFEP 050
WOLFEP 050 (12")
Cat: WOLFEP 050. Rel: 08 May 19
  1. Novanta (7:46)
  2. Pampas Drums (5:28)
  3. Paloma (5:39)
  4. Monday Boy (7:34)
Gespielt von: Corbi, Mimi, Medlar
 in stock $10.40
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Waterside EP
Cat: WOLFEP 055. Rel: 26 Feb 20
  1. Waterside (5:46)
  2. Get In (6:17)
  3. Train Call (4:34)
  4. Straight (5:34)
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