Saturday, 27 March 2010

A round-up thingummy Pt 2

Carrying on my penitent round-up of things I should have been telling you about but haven't, here's some good records that have come out in the past seven days…

Various - Remixes Part 1 (Disclosure Project Records)

This is what it’s all about – quality deep house on a label you’ve never heard of, by artists you’ve never heard of. Go seek!

Argenis Brito - Sonidos Retocados (Introduction Records)

A new label out of Edinburgh with an excellent second release of what they’re callling ‘mechanical funk’

Ben Tom - Corner Store Pimp EP (Temple Music Group)

Check the Jas Who? remixes

Cesium - Balance (Ooze)

More from Ooze in that ‘deep prog that’s actually quite all right’ vein

Daniele Papini - September Black EP (Kling Klong)

Very Berlin, and rather good

D’Zeta & Basile - Stuck (1Trax)

1Trax goes down a slightly techier path with this one

Mike Monday - Your Body (Veryverywrongindeed)

Berlin-style house/techno with a hint of acid

Ptaah - This Is Imaginary (Street King)

Bit of an 80s sheen to this but it’s one of the best things Street King have done so far, I reckon

Sabrina Johnston - Friendship (Slip N’ Slide)

The Peace songstrel of yore teams up with Harry ‘Choo Choo’ Romero for some no-nonsense house action

Tolga Fidan - Sexually Responsive (Freak N’ Chic)

Quite leftfield-y, very deep, rather good

Tom Lown - Love Potion (Lost My Dog)

You can always rely on Lost My Dog for some quality deep house and they don’t disappoint here!

RIGHT THEN, that's us about back up to date. Apologies to all of the above for not getting some more in-depth love… but hopefully normal This Is Why We Dance service can now be resumed. Some corkers coming up next week…

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