Absolute bona-fide and unplayed classic. I say no more.
Tag: Slow House
A slow and long blissed out version of a classic love track. Oh yeah.
Yes. I have been looking for this for a while, it kicks in with a notice me bassline but flips the other way with piano-based melody. Despite being slow, it has a certain sense of urgency.
The highlight of Dinky’s recent album, Dimension D, which is a bit of a masterpiece. Almost as much pop music as it is mellow house music, this is a real beauty.
A sumptuous bassline breaks into a slow and soulful 12 minutes of bountiful deepness, deeper than the hatred between China and Japan.
Oh yes let’s dance, the coolest track on my blog and in my ears for weeks, you will know it and could love it (though a few will hate it). Take me to Pike’s.
A superb 80’s influenced slow house/electro track with crossover potential.
So cool – question is to keep it a secret or tell everyone?
The best boss I ever had was obsessed by Prince. I find such re-edits rather cool and I have obsessively listened to this 3 times in a row. Very cool.
I don’t post many vocal-heavy bassline-gorged tracks nowadays but this is a fabulous little ditty with an unexpected pleasant little ending. A set starter.
This is sumptuous slow, underground house like a soft sticky chocolate fudge cake.
Sweet sounding vocal slow house track by excellent producers – famed for the track about the girlfriend who does too much ket. Best thing they have done since that track.
An odd pairing perhaps but odd can be beautiful, starts off an average slow house groove but suddenly switches into charming xylophone plinks and rnb style vocals and then the bassline kicks in with the computer game sounds – dancefloor heaven.