Saturday, 27 February 2010

Mark Holmes & Raspe - Vintage Warmer

I was gonna review this one in iDJ, only it's out end Feb and the label managed to get me something more upfront instead. So here it is.

Vintage Warmer is quite aptly named, cos it could indeed have come straight out of the early-mid ’90s. But that's no bad thing: with a rumbling, squelching bottom-end, some nicely understated pianos and insistent beats, it's the kind of thing that'd appeal to deep house and prog lovers alike, or could even work on bigger/more commercial floors.

Out: This week, I think. Or roundabout now, anyway.

About: This is another fine offering from Manchester Underground Music. Got their debut label comp now so watch this space for more on that, in the meantime hit up their website for more info.

Mark Holmes is a resident at Sankeys, by the way, and has stuff forthcoming on Baroque and Sci+Tec, while I don't know much about Raspe save that he's another Mancunian fella.


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