Leron Carson may not be the best-known Midwest producer, but he has history. Carson's first release came way back in 2001, with Theo Parrish putting out a track he'd recorded way back in 1987 and has appeared on Sound Signature intermittently over the years. This new 12" from Carson for Theo's label is HEAVY! "Lemonline" is a deliciously breezy concoction, with Carson's jazzy piano riffs working in perfect unison with bouncy, Latin-influenced drum rhythms. Flipside "Sofnthik", on the other hand, sounds like a previously unheard 1980s Chicago deep house concoction, with warm, loved-up chords swirling around a clattering drum machine groove. Whether it was recorded 30 years ago is unknown, but it certainly boasts a similar lo-fi, analogue feel.
Leif, Flori, Ernie (Minuendo Recordings), The Last Trip To Gandahar, RUSTAM OSPANOFF., Thatmanmonkz (Shadeleaf Music), Adesse Versions, Patrice Scott, Dj Prophet, Per Bojsen-Moller, ISOUL8 (Volcov), Daniel Andreasson, Kez YM, Nick Anthony Simoncino, Juno Recommends Deep House, Martyn, NICOLA CONTE, Giorgio Luceri, Ney Faustini, Joe Montana, Djs: Most Charted - Deep House, RNR, Juno Best Sellers 2016, Shall Not Fade, TAPE_HISS, Pontchartrain, Bradford James (DS Records), Philou Louzolo, DJ SCM (Warm Tapes Adjustment), Blue Mondays
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