New Treats Week-32-2022
Written by deepinradio.com on 20/08/2022
Frink – Loosh EP (Expmental Records)
The yearly Dose of Frink is here! The label’s resident artist is back with this three Deep Tracks EP as always on the balearic side of house.
Starting with the one that gives the name to the release, Loosh’s deepness floats through a very nice groove where you can feel Frink’s distinctive sound. Last two tracks go more into a Deep Tech sound with nice dubby melodies arranged to take you to another world.
With this release the label ends the summer and starts a new period full of surprises for the 15 years anniversary.
Mastered at Gimeno Studios gimeno.studio/
Artwork by Flyer Studio
GrooveChild & Tukz Ancestral – Two Definition EP (Rogue Decibels)
Our next EP sees GrooveChild join forces with Tukz Ancestral (& others) to showcase some of their recent works. All tracks boast heavy local grooves and quirky production.
Not to miss.
City Soul Project – The Deep (El Born Records)
Hot on the heels of El Born Records first release, we welcome London’s City Soul Project to the fold with an underground house gem entitled ‘The Deep’. Completing the package we welcome back Youen who adds a deeper feel to the release and making his El Born debut, we welcome established DJ and Producer Camiel Daamen to the stable who delivers a solid club mix.
One for the heads.
Rowan – The Truth EP (Simple Things Records)
Deep intelligent sound by our new artist Rowan from Portugal in his new EP called «The Truth». Release also includes an incredible remix by Anas M. No doubt this music will not leave anyone indifferent.
VA – Boxon Makes Me Sunny (Boxon Records)
Release Date: – Friday, October 7 2022
Record Sounds Like: Afro House
On the occasion of this hundredth release “BOXON MAKES ME SUNNY” from Boxon Records, the boss of the label, Julien Minet, wanted to bring together on the same compilation tracks that smell good of the sun.
After the success of the four compilations released previously, Boxon this time turned to international producers (Belgium, France, Italy, South Africa, Hong Kong) not yet signed to the label (De Gama, Mebara Sao, Hallex M, etc.) as well as to relatives or artists already known to the house (Lois fr and Fruckie, Lithium, etc.).
Jamais2 opens the tracklist with their composition “Mangrove” perfect as an intro. Dj Soso then joins forces with Team Complex and Thabo Gallano to create “Ishe Wemakiyi”, a sweet Afro-House title already dancing. Belgian artist Mebara Sao continues to make our bodies ripple with “Douala”, full of percussion, exotic synths and precisely placed female vocals. Then it’s the turn of the funky De Gama to heat up the dancefloor with the superb “Tropical Boogie”, a title rich in Afro and Latin sounds.
The Bordelais Lithium continues with “Soul Africa” which, embellished with joyful vocals, remains just as percussive and catchy! De Gama returns with “Cosmic Safari” and its Dub sounds, a real journey of more than 13 minutes honoring the Disco-House with, as guides, elegant funky brass instruments. Accompanied by Manashe Music / Uthando / Ulethu, and again by Team Complex, Dj Soso gives us a warm and full of love, resolutely summery title: “Summer Love”. Label buddies Lois fr and Fruckie have won their bet by composing “Zambia”, more Club oriented with its analog instruments and soaring vocals! Just as dedicated to the dancefloor, “City of Birds” by Fab From Toulouse takes us to the heart of Africa with its lyrics responding wonderfully against a background of sunny groove.
Hallex M then arrives with his efficient production “Okap” mixing Tech-House beats and Afro sounds. Nnuspaper brings the tempo back down a bit by delivering “Yanahéou” in a Dub and groovy spirit. Then it’s the turn of Tim’so from Bordeaux to take us into Trance with “The Wall of Happiness”, a more minimal but just as convincing piece. Also a little trancy, “Sway” by artist Jykso sounds good Deep and its melody is rather intoxicating. This compilation finally closes with the title “Waza” whose frank percussions and groove do not fail to leave us indifferent.
Artist Quote – “I wanted this time to release on the label an Afro House compilation, and I am happy to have found sufficient artists and tracks to make it. It has been a 3 months work, with the heart, and I am quite happy about the result. Hope we get some results with the media too”
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