Deepinradio New Treats (Week_50_2020)
Written by deepinradio.com on 19/12/2020
VA – Tales of Romance II (TOR Music)
Release Date: Friday 18 December 2020
01. Somelee – Luna
02. Magent – Radius
03. Pedro Capelossi – Strain Hunters
04. Nick Scofield – Birds
05. Leohnart – Eternal
06. Lisandro – Vilavela
07. Tyler Mesa – Blossom
08. Djimboh – Ukiyo
TOR is a label set up by the team behind When We Dip, and this latest release is melodic house with eloquent melodies and moods for all occasions.
Tales of Romance is the labels signature release series, and this is the second edition featuring music by Somelee, Magent, Pedro Capelossi, Nick Scofield, Leohnart, Lisandro, Tyler Mesa and Djimboh.
The various artist series aims to showcases new artists that are expected to become pillars of the imprint in the years to come, and also provide an explorative platform for producers who wish to experiment with new ideas.
With heritage from all over the world ranging from the UK to Brazil, some of the individual artists have previously featured on the likes of Radiant, Dawn till Dusk, Magician On Duty, Seven Villas and Earthly Delights, while others remain exclusive to TOR.
Each of these tracks touch on a different vibe to explore the full spectrum of deep and sensual house music with attention to detail and a finely tuned ear for what works on the dance floor.
Jordan Strong & Tony H feat Ramiro – Be See Seek (Uniting Souls Music)
Over the past two decades, Uniting Souls founder Ramiro has become known, in the words of the Seattle Weekly, as “an inextinguishable accelerant of Seattle’s house community.” He celebrates this by closing out 2020 with label veterans Jordan Strong and Tony H for “Be See Seek.” This rousing deep house track is a call to rise above the fray of these trying times. As the rhythms mesmerize, Ramiro repeats an inspiring mantra: “Be the light, see the love, seek connection, invite unity, feel peace, embrace freedom, and share the gift.” Meanwhile, Jordan and Tony provide tough, crisp production with a distinctive west coast flavor. Hand percussion, dubbed out effects, a guiding bass line, and sparse synth melodies round out this driving cut.
Jordan and Tony also deliver the Sunset Tech Mix and the Acid Unity Mix, both giving sublime variations on the original, hinted at stylistically in their mix titles. Then, for a quartet of remixers, Uniting Souls scoured the west coast for talent. Vancouver’s Sean Dimitrie (Bombay Records) offers a spacey and deep version that with cool keys and hypnotic bell-like tones. There’s a bass-heavy stomper from California’s Knoe1 (Rong Music) and a punchy prime-time tech take from George JJ Flores. The single closes with a remixed version by Seattle’s DYR, increasing the dubbiness for a late-night deep house excursion. As always, Uniting Souls keeps it real.
VA – Best Of 2020 (Get Physical Music)
After another terrific year for Berlin’s mighty Get Physical Music, the label looks back on some of the many highlights with its annual The Best Of Get Physical collection. The 19 track selection takes in associates old and new including m.O.N.R.O.E., Kate Simko, Bruce Loko, Pezzner, WhoMadeWho and Ed Ed amongst many more.
Once again in 2020, Get Physical has lead from the front with a continued focus on exciting house producers from Croatia, South Africa and India, as well as serving up the best new artists from Latin America on sister label Cocada Music. Next to that European giants like DJ T. and M.A.N.D.Y. have also returned to the imprint and ensured its output remained as fresh as any label in the scene.
This new compilation kicks off with Elias (GER) who links with Boule Mpanya for the African tribalism of ‘Bina’ before Thandi Draai serves up a spine-tingling deep vocal house tune in ‘Iris’ and Santiago Garcia & Animal Picnic join forces for a remix of WhoMadeWho’s ‘Hi & Low’ that is a cosmic house adventure. Then comes ‘I Get Deep’ – one of house’s most classic anthems as remixed by Ed Ed, and a modern gem from label stalwart Pezzner with his loose-limbed post-disco wobbler ‘I Am You’. There are more exotic sounding vocal grooves from Yulia Niko feat Coro Coro, fine turns from Get Physical’s Creative Director Roland Leesker and gorgeous, string-laced techno elegance from Chicago’s Kate Simko.
Things get deep and heads down when Gel Abril appears with ‘Sweet Vibration’ and that vibe continues with red hot tracks from m.O.N.R.O.E. and Monkey Safari. PALMFooD, DJ Clock and Liam Mockridge and Lowheads all lift spirits with their lush and soulful sounds and the collection plays out with fresh takes on classy contemporary house from Cook Strummer, Metatext and jazzy house maestro Atjazz before a pair of beautifully organic South African house cuts from Blanka Mazimela feat Korus and Sobantwana, and Bruce Loko feat Biishop, close things down in memorable fashion.
This collection tells the story of another impressive year for Get Physical as well as very much plotting the course of house music’s evolution over the last 12 months.
Bobby Breezy & Col Lawton – Low & Dirty (Viva Recordings)
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Hailing from Newcastle upon Tyne, Col Lawton is one of house music’s producers-of-the-moment with cuts for the likes of King Street, Atjazz Music, Salted Music, and many more doing damage on the Traxsource charts. Bobby Breezy is a deep house staple with his long-running Native Soul Recordings imprint and productions also appearing on the likes of King Street. These two skilled DJ/producers have teamed together for a rousing new single on Viva Recordings titled “Low & Dirty.”
Starting with a tight rhythm track as a call-to-the-dancefloor, “Low & Dirty” unfolds with whisks of percussion hisses and shimmering staccato chords. The stereo field comes alive with spoken vocal drops, organ riffs, and dubbed out vibes. A deep, funky bass line keeps things rolling as the tracks moves through its dramatic breakdown to a satisfying climax. “Low & Dirty” will do the business, whether in a DJ mix, in the nightclub, or boomin’ in the headphones.