Oh this is wonderful. A teasing remix of Jack J’s deep house modern classic, really just a groovy underground house track.
Quite a straight-forward track, built around a shuffling high hat, a gorgeous round beat, with occasional fireworks going off.
This is a great underground house track, unknown artist though allegedly it is Archie Hamilton – which would make sense as it is a kind of Fuse sound – though at first I thought it had Villalobos written all over it. Anyway, vocal snippets from an old Bini & Martini track, a long repetitive beautiful groove. Massive.
Julian Perez has a whole host of new, really good tracks out – you could even call it an album. This is the pick of the bunch for me, a slightly moody, rolling dub techno track.
Simple melodic hook, very very playable – some random tit-bits of pleasant dreamy noises too.
Sometimes I think I’m starting to get bored of this Romanian minimal thing, or perhaps more accurately there are too many attempts at copying a successful niche genre that the market is becoming diluted. This track is a hypnotic beauty, one I’ve heard a few times but is really taking me now.
I like a spoken word deep house track full of advice on how to live your life.
Stripped back minimal, with bleeps and stuff.
Gorgeous rounded beats with occasional stabs of weirdness, including similar odd throat noises that I like to make when bored
Simply has a really nice groove to it.
Great track that I have somehow totally overlooked, a solid simple house beat with “I Love Ya” repeated over the top. So simple and perfect to play at the end of a really repetitive section of music – have played this out quite a lot when DJing.
Just a nice, growling bassline. Grrrrrr like a tiger. Tommy The Tiger. Give me your Coco Pops or else.