Review: The second offering from Brooklyn-based Let's Play House offshoot, Room Service, is, like the first one, a four-track solo EP by one of the most exciting house music talent's around. RECORDS features four originals by Spanish producer Kresy, who's already released a few 12"s on the esteemed Hivern Discs as well as Retrofit, Freerange, and his own Discomaths. The songs included here vacillate between hands-in-the-air feel good disco and jittery, shuffling house, though they're all unified by an inherent grooviness and bright tonality.
Review: House-centric producer Kresy began his production career with a pair of storming EP's for Hivern Discs, back in 2012, and since then he's popped up on some of the finest club labels going; Freerange and Retrofit being up there in the ranks. This week, he's back on Discomaths with New Experiences On Old Hardware, and EP clearly dedicated to an analogue sound and chunky warehouse beats. "Frog Acid", as the name implies, is a bundle of 303 magic mixed up with metallic percussion and a dusty swing, followed by the hefty 4/4 to-and-fro of the bleepy 'Washelator". Over on the flip, "It's All Really Happening" sees the producer return to more familiar territories thanks to a powerful, warm-as-hell bass swing, and some gorgeous broken chords. Tip!