Archive for February 11, 2010

SOULPHICTION – Featured Artist LP

Posted in Deep House, Nu Jazz, Tech House on February 11, 2010 by dk

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Philpot’s Soulphiction digs further into his deep house crease to pull out a heavy collection of pulse-slowed dancing gear for Sonar Kollektiv. The emphasis is split between psyched, slow-burning and Africanised house music through to jazzier club goodies, from the 110bpm throbo-jack of the NWAQ-alike ‘State Of Euphoria’ and the infectious ‘Prison Song’ to the Afrobeat slink of ‘Make It Slow’. For the jazzy crew make sure to check his remix of Eva B’s ‘No Memory Of Time’ and ‘Whizzdom & Understanding’ or the burning strings of ‘Soul Print’.(boomkat,listen,buy here)

SOULPHICTION – Featured Artist LP
Sonar Kollektiv
Released: Feb 2010
Catalogue Number: SK221


SCHWARZ / AME / DIXON – A Critical Mass Live EP

Posted in Deep House, Electronic, Minimal House on February 11, 2010 by dk

As a result of the “A Critical Mass” tour in 2009, Innervisions are now releasing two new tracks recreated from the recorded live material, they gathered. The A-side is based on Henrik Schwarz’s sought after “Chicago” track, but transformed into an eerie, bleepy techno track with a touch of early M-Plant productions. The version on the 12” was recorded in Helsinki during the Flow Festival in August 2009. The flip is called “Berlin-Karlsruhe Express” and was a highlight in every live show. A Drexciyan type, house inferno that showcases the powerhouse that was the Henrik Schwarz, Âme & Dixon collaboration perfectly.(Phonica,listen,buy here or at boomkat)
SCHWARZ / AME / DIXON – A Critical Mass Live EP
Released: Feb 2010
Catalogue Number: IV26

Martinez – Cheesecake

Posted in Deep House, Electronic, Tech House on February 11, 2010 by dk

After his collaboration with matthias tanzmann in summer 2009, martinez releases another stunning solo ep on moon harbour. within a few beats it’s clear who we have here – so distinctive has martinez’ sound become. »cheesecake« has an elegant house flow, its pressure evolving throughout and held by the continually increasing chord which, when reduced to its essential elements, creates a unique tension in the track. this elegant groover will turn heads as its deepness grows to catch the listener at just the right time. on the flipside »gourmet« is full and atmospheric – a floating chord, an excited vocal and from time to time a string make this the track to start the night or the morning in a euphoric way.(nuloop,buy here)

Fabric 51: DJ T

Posted in News on February 11, 2010 by dk

Thomas Koch, better known as DJ T. and the founder of Groove magazine, is the latest DJ-producer to craft a mix for the illustrious Fabric mix series.

Find out more HERE