Deepinradio New Treats (Week_17_2019)
Written by deepinradio.com on 23/04/2019
Ultra Soul Project – Hear Me Out LP (Gruv Shack Digital)
The latest from Gruv Shack finds the label presenting the highly anticipated debut studio album of Ultra Soul Project. The South African born artist began his production career in 2010 and quickly made his mark in the electronic music underground since 2010. Releases on Gruv Manics, Gruv Shack, Tainted House, High Fidelity Productions, Melomania Records, IMQ, TAM Digital, just to name a few, earned praise industry wide and Ultra Soul Project’s unique take on soulful house music flourished as a result. The South African artist is now set to unveil his most anticipated studio project yet, his debut album, entitled Hear Me Out. The 13 track sound story is sure to take the listener on an emotive journey. It consists mainly of soulful house sounds and a lil bit of deepness in between. Ultra Soul Project’s musical universe is an enlightening place, where a diverse palette has filled his sonic journey with innovative creations. Ultra Soul Project discharges the soulful aura from the original melodies into a divine grooves along with the premium vocals and it sounds incredible. All great journey’s come to an end and this one does with a reflective moment, where long lasting memories are created. A superb debut album from Ultra Soul Project. Don’t miss it.
Luces – Adios EP (Get Physical Music)
American duo Luces make their debut on Get Physical with a beautiful pair of house tracks.
Felix Bloxsom and Caleb Cornett have landed on Need Want and Let’s Play House before thanks to their charming and organic house sounds. They bring plenty of open air and natural vibes to their grooves and across both cuts here they really have you in dream mode.
Fantastic opener ‘Adios’ is a track to get you swaying with hands in the air. The lush chords ring out into a spring time sky, with plenty of warmth and feel-good emotions. A dynamic lead synth rises and falls before washing over you like sun breaking through the clouds, and it’s easy to see this one becoming a big hit this summer.
On the flip, ‘Freak Show’ slows right down to a crawl. The beautifully lazy, heavy drums suck you in deep while Luces’s excellent synth are allowed to roam, drift and smudge about up top. It’s an expansive track that will be a prime warm up weapon for the outdoor parties that are just around the corner.
These are two tasteful tunes that bring real house richness to Get Physical.
S7G – Inside Of Me EP (Emerald and Doreen Records)
Buenos Aires based S7G stands for analogue synths, well spaced pads, groovy basslines and tight drums. While keeping several of its core elements, S7G’s interpretation of contemporary house varies widely in style and influence, ranging from soulful and atmospheric to the more minimalistic.