New Treats Week-21-2021
Written by deepinradio.com on 25/05/2021
LaRoc Dewa – Pick Up (Nylon Recordings)
LaRoc Dewa, a South African artist based in Sydney, Australia, is destined for longevity by the sounds of his Nylon Trax debut entitled ‘Pick Up.’
Following his natural intuition, LaRoc captures and inspires you with his Deep, dark and Soulful House Music. The tension builds ‘Pick Up’ which gives you the feeling of drifting before being snapped back into a new sonic reality.
Label Fam is falling in with some remix love: Jaymz Nylon, K Civ, Leandro P.
Written and Produced by LaRoc Dewa
Additional Remix Production by Jaymz Nylon, and K Civ and Leandro P.
Mastered by James Thomas @ Nylon Trax Studio
Executive producer: Jaymz Nylon
Cover Art by Bianca Giuliano-Thomas
(p) & (c) 2021 Nylon Recordings/Nylon Trax
Jonas Franzen – Be Quiet EP (Sound Vessel Records)
Stockholm Dj/Producer, Jonas Franzen coming to you with his deep, dub and minimal tracks. They are more on the mystical side of deep sounds.
Koelle – Fall In Time EP (When We Dip XYZ)
Release Date: 28 May 2021
When We Dip’s label XYZ has become known for its delicate textures and stunning melodic grooves that enchant the dance floor, and its new release is from Germany’s Koelle.
Based in the city of Ingolstadt, Koelle is a classically trained musician whose electronic music has made waves on labels such as Anjunadeep, This Never Happened, and Needwant.
For this release, he has collaborated with the UK’s Into the Ether, who himself has released on labels such as Songspire Records and The Purr.
Margret also provides stunning ethereal vocals that add to the spine-tingling enchantment of this eloquent release.
The tracks on this release balance blissful instrumentals with afro-tinged influences and elongated melodies. Combining the different elements to create lush grooves intertwined with emotion, each of the cuts are fit for any dance floor.
CIOZ – Body Language Vol. 23 (Get Physical Music)
Body Language Vol. 23 is the much anticipated new compilation album from story-telling DJ and accomplished producer Cioz.
The Body Language album series has been a flagship for the Get Physical label since the mid-noughties, with instalments taken over by Dixon, DJ Hell, Francesco Tristano, DJ T., and many more. Now the label welcomes the excellent Cioz into the hot set.
Volume 23 is packed with Cioz remixes, collaborations, and standout singles from the well-regarded and self-taught artist. Some are brand new, some have been teased on EPs in the lead up to the full release, but each one proves he is an artist with an accomplished sound. Cioz hails from Bergamo in Italy and has established a fine reputation on labels like Monaberry and Stil vor Talent.
Body Language Vol. 23 opens with ‘Soul Fixer,’ a slow-building, slow-burning synth-scape filled with drama and tension. Then comes his subtle yet superb remix of M.A.N.D.Y. vs. Booka Shade’s stone-cold classic ‘Body Language’ with its irresistible lead melody line. The first of many collabs is with Corpino on ‘Kari Lampi,’ a slick and supple minimal house track awash with gorgeous strings. Further collaborations include the bustling drums and fizzing synths of ‘Hey Honey’ with T.M.A, late-night headiness of ‘Haunted’ with Nairobi D, and organic grooves of punchy floor-filler ‘Focus Pocus’ with Boy Oh Boy.
At the midpoint, there is depth and darkness to the turbulent synths of ‘Imperfection’ with &lez, and then beautiful tension between the tight bass and beautiful melodic breakdown of ‘Warm Worm’ with Sides. The fantastic ‘Jodi Rush’ with Super Flu is sure to twist heads on the dance floor with its complex synth patterns, and a Lucky Shot Extended Mix of ‘Dancing in the Night’ has a perfectly soulful vocal over rubbery house grooves. Much loved Cioz tunes ‘Rain’ and his Neapolis Remix of Patrice Bäumel’s ‘Clair’ from earlier EPs make the cut and lend yet more depth and enchanting melody to this most thoughtful and atmospheric of electronic journeys.
With Body Language Vol. 23, Cioz proves he is an artist with a wide range of different, equally emotive house styles in his arsenal.
Sanchez & Narvaez – Dancefloor EP (Techords Ltd)
After previously appearing on the label twice with their remixes of Julio Corrales and Luca Secco & Craftkind, Sanchez & Narvaez return this time with an original release, with the Argentinian duo showcasing once again it’s unique sound. ‘Dancefloor’ EP includes two effective minimal cuts, that despite the simplicity will definitely make your dancing shoes move.
Spotify exclusive (2 weeks): June 18th
Beatport exclusive (2 weeks): July 2nd
Traxsource: July 16th
Uri Mood – Yekeke (Sumision Records)
Tras el éxito de la remezcla de ‘Dasanah (Uri Mood Remix)’, Uri Mood vuelve a nuestro sello, esta vez con una referencia propia, ‘Yekeké (Original Mix)’. Un track cargado de elementos africanos, étnicos, e infinitas percusiones, pero tratadas desde un concepto mucho más profundo.
Vocales que evocan parajes desérticos, y una energía que hace bailar sin prácticamente elemetos melódicos. Las remezclas a cargo de DJ PP y Josh Grover, completan un EP con diferentes matices, que van del Deep Tech al Afro-house, sin duda un disco del que vale la pena escuchar todas sus variantes.
After the success of the remix of ‘Dasanah (Uri Mood Remix)’, Uri Mood is back to our label, this time with an original release called ‘Yekeké (Original Mix)’. After the success of the remix of ‘Dasanah (Uri Mood Remix)’, Uri Mood is back to our label, this time with an original release called ‘Yekeké (Original Mix)’. A track plenty of African and ethnic elements, and endless percussions, but with a lot of deep elements on it.
Vocals that evoke desert landscapes, and an energy that makes you dance with practically no melodic elements. The remixes by DJ PP y Josh Grover turns ‘Yekeké’ into a solid EP with different nuances, ranging from Deep Tech to Afro-house, undoubtedly an album worth listening to all its variants.
Joe Silva – Late For Lunch EP (Purespace Recordings)
Where is he? He’s late again. Probably caught in traffic. Why can’t he leave on time? I’ll just order another moon tart. ‘Ting!’ What’s this? Oh cool, a new Purespace Recordings release. Lemme check this out. First track, “Late For Lunch”. Okay. Joe Silva playing some spooky flute sounds over a deep jazzy house groove. Nice. This’ll kill some time.
Next a remix of the above by Andrew Duke (Van Czar Series, Nice & Nasty, Colour and Pitch). Hmm, bouncy house beats with buzzy ‘80s funk bass and what sounds like an approaching steam locomotive. I can get into this.
Another remix, this time by GabeReality. Never heard of him. Must be new. Harder sound on this one. Going for that deep-tech vibe I guess. They take that loopy flute sound and mash it nicely around some dark drops and builds. Hypnotic and darker. Keeper for sure.
The last track “Returning Soon” is back on the deep house vibe. Crunched vocal snips playing off a main vocoded voice riff that I can’t quite make out. No flute, but seems interspersed with occasional guitar or ukulele plucks, I can’t decide which. Pretty dubby overall. I’ll have to listen again.
And there he is, finally. Ten minutes late. “I’m over here!” Mmm, moon tarts.
Artwork by Chris Mulligan Design.
VA – Summer Session Vol 1 (Sound Optix)
After almost 3 years of existence, it is time for Sound Optix to release a compilation so SoundOptix is releasing its first compilation this summer.
On this compilation there are 7 exclusive tracks from SoundOptix local and international artists. Including a colourful mix of the genres like deep house, indie dance, organic house and melodic house / techno. This compilation is a summary of the diverse sounds of the label.