New Treats Week-12-2023
Written by deepinradio.com on 02/04/2023
VA – Deep Value Vol.7 (Bondage Music)
A staple of the German dance scene since 2007, Bondage Music reads like a who’s who of House. Heavyweights such as Markus Homm, Steve Bug, and NTFO rub shoulders with newer talents like Dust Yard, Dilby, and Rangø, all connected by their love of the music and their outstanding studioskills.
For the seventh installment of the Deep Value series label heads, Pornbugs piece together a new sonic journey through deephouse, tech and minimal featuring 17 new cuts from celebrated labelmates Frink, Mihal Popoviciu, Arkady Antsyrev, Sascha Dive and more highlighted here across six special cuts.
Starting off with the deep space funk of Nicola Brusegan and Steve Hammer’s ‘Dance Like It’ bumpy bass and crisp percussion framework airy filter sweeps perfect for those early set warm up sounds. Next Mihal Popoviciu uses all of his dancefloor knowledge on the deep tech groove of ‘Nipon’. Seriously catchy while devistatingly sparse, this one gets under your skin and doesn’t let go!
Adding that classy deep house vibe to the mix, Jürgen Kirsch keeps it hypnotic and dubby on ‘Into The Blue’. Pornbugs make their appearance next with the techy ‘Artica’. Juxtaposing the chunk with some seriously cool piano chords, the track sidesteps all the obvious clichés. Alexander Matachak intensifies the vibe with the dark twisted groove of ‘Tripping Out’ a perfect mid set bruiser built for finding your spot and getting lost in the music!
Rounding out the sampler is the irrepresible Sascha Dive and his ode to the deeper side of Detroit – ‘Motorcity Groove’. Sultry saxophones wail into the night as the stabs feel like a moving train motioning along with the percussive undertow of the track. Simply put: perfection.
MRSFLV – Beautiful Others EP (Be Adult Music)
When Be Adult Music discovered MRSFLV and her new EP, they were immediately impressed by her talent and unique sound.
Finally “Beautiful Others EP” is out on BAM and the label is extremely proud to share this release with the community.
Not to miss.
Kyka – Cold Hugs EP (Oh! Records Stockholm)
Estonias Kyka is back on the label showing off eclectic talents.
Cold Hugs/Flashligts could easily been released on Plastic CIty back in the days when The Timewriter and Terry Lee Brown Jr ruled the deephouse scene.
Enjoy the trip.
4 Da People – WAR (Grey City Records)
“WAR” is a mesmerizing and deeply hypnotic piece of music that seamlessly blends together elements of oriental music with modern electronic beats. The track starts off with a thumping bassline that instantly grabs your attention and sets the tone for the rest of the song.
The oriental vocals add an exotic and mysterious feel to the track, giving it a unique character that sets it apart from other electronic music. The flute solo, in particular, is a standout moment in the track, adding an extra layer of depth and complexity to the already rich musical landscape.
The production on “WAR” is top-notch, with each element of the track perfectly balanced and blended together. The attention to detail is evident, with even the smallest nuances and subtleties given their due attention. The result is a track that is both powerful and nuanced, with a hypnotic quality that is hard to resist.
Now, let’s talk about the Dub version of the track. This version takes the already raw and hypnotic energy of the original and dials it up to eleven. The bassline is more present, giving it a rougher edge that is sure to get the blood pumping.
“WAR” by 4 Da People is an excellent piece of electronic music that manages to blend together elements of oriental music with modern beats in a way that feels fresh and exciting. The original version is a deeply hypnotic track that is sure to transport you to another world, while the Dub version is a raw and intense experience that will leave you breathless. Highly recommended for fans of electronic music.
Daze Prism – Sarky Cut EP (Paille Records)
Release Date: 28.04.2023
Daze Prism joins Paille Records with ‘Sarky Cut’, a driving two-tracker. The EP title track lays down straight heavy drums, synths licks and funk-centric bass plucks and vocal chops. The overall track has air to it and an uplifting energy tailored for the dance floor. On the flip side, ‘All U Need’ goes deeper with a stripped-back 4/4 rhythm section, a rolling bassline, and spacey synths. An absolute driving force.
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