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Found 15 results

  1. Massien's debut album of hazy two-step, deep house, breaks and techno. Worth checking out.
  2. Deeper melodic dance tracks, some with a distinctive nod towards the 1990s UK UK/Detroit fusion of Stasis, Nuron, Repeat, As One etc.
  3. First two releases on a new UK label catering to deep, smooth, melodic electronic tastes. Currently vinyl only.
  4. Propersound releases are vinyl only by default, but they might be available in digital through the artists themselves.
  5. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ezN0MSemeTc
  6. Spotify Juno Beatport Also on Rough Trade, deejay, red eye records, etc.
  7. Yo! Been a while since I've posted. Hope everyone is okay. Anyways have a listen to this and let me know your thoughts. Nice one!! https://soundcloud.com/thebro/the-bro-winter-boogie-demo
  8. After almost ten years of silence South African musician Felix Laband is back with his new album Deaf Safari. His previous albums are some of the clearest music I've ever heard, so nicely produced. using a lot of field recordings like dripping water in a basement, a sink flushing, a pencil writing on paper. With Deaf Safari he focusses a bit more on vocals and sampling and is more influenced by the Kwaito house scene, while stil maintaining his singnature sound. I've been waiting a couple of years for this album so I'm pretty excited about this one Deaf Safari is out on the 29th of May on Cop
  9. Hi people, Here's the "Progressions" ep by Bless/ Curse Hope you'll like it!
  10. Listen to samples here or here. Julius Steinhoff is one half of the dynamic duo Smallpeople, founder and one of the steersmen behind Hamburg’s Smallville empire as well as a producer and DJ in his own right. After a string of 12-inches for the likes of Live at Robert Johnson, Geography or his own-brand Smallville and the very well-received Smallpeople long-player “Salty Days", Julius Steinhoff makes a submission that is all his. Rooted in the elegiac variety of the big three (New York, Chicago & Detroit) and a romantic concept of house music that is at times utopian, the album gather
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    Fred P.

    http://youtu.be/kTZS3FCefQY http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=seIQ388jEk0 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LogtyE7Yvh0 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y9qoWj6K1Fg http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mWTD9l69yjw I recently re-discovered Fred P.'s music by purchasing his album on Boomkat. His style sounds like a mix of Theo Parrish, Schatrax and Actress.
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