New Treats Week-40-2021
Written by deepinradio.com on 09/10/2021
A-FRYK-YA Feat Joy – In Time Remixes (Nylon Trax)
On the heels of their initial release, ‘In Time,’ the remixes have continued A-FRYK-YA Ft. Joy’s authentic journey of musical bliss. Remixers and label mates IndySoul and Leandro P. remind us all why their remixes are so coveted.
Written and Produced by A-FRYK-YA
Co-Written and Vocals by Joy
Additional Remix Producers: IndySoul and Leandro P.
Mastered by James Thomas @ Nylon Trax Studio
Executive producer: Jaymz Nylon
(p) & (c) 2021 Nylon Recordings/Nylon Trax
VA – NUMBERS Vol. 7 (12+1 London Records)
New Numbers Series arrived with a special Argentinian edition. Our family member JP Elorriaga ‘0028’ is returns, he released the EP number 7th alongside Javier Vid ‘0029’ of 12+1 London years ago and both are back with a deep-tech atmospheres, smart percussions and basslines on this two songs.
Alongside them a new two artists, from Argentina for sure, Kevin Arga ‘0030’ adding some cuts of vocals to this groovy track and Mati Minghinelli ‘0031’ on an acid original version.
Released October 1, 2021
Toucanplay – Trouble In Paradise EP (Andhera Records)
Release Date: 1st October 2021
Andhera Records drops the Trouble In Paradise EP from Project London Radio residents, Toucanplay, which incorporates the sounds of other genres such as dub into its overall minimal deep style.
Manchester UK duo Toucanplay aka Martin Costa & Jeziah Hinds have previously released on labels such as Distance, Ole White, and Selectro and this is the pair’s second release on Andhera Records.
The first track on the EP is Rub A Dub. This effortlessly combines the sounds and vocals of dub into a minimal and deep style. It’s simple yet effective and creates a really standout track.
The next track is the title track off the EP, Trouble In Paradise. This features an electronic bassline, another dub like vocal and the duo keeps the groove deep whilst adding highly emotive melodies as the track progresses delivering another stand out track which could equally be an A side.
The last track on the EP is Higher Teachings, features a grooving upper bassline, on top of a delicate sub, with minimal sounds with shamen esq vocal cuts in the highs to round off a slick EP.
Forty Cats – Moloko EP (Kindisch Records)
Christina Gavrilova aka Forty Cats is one of a few female Russian producers whose tracks have been supported on the global stage. Her music has been released on labels like Mango Alley, Manual Music, Silk Music and supported by artists like Lane 8, Yotto and Above & Beyond. We are happy welcome her on Kindisch for the release of her new 3-tracker EP Moloko.
Alessio Viggiano – Flowerchild EP (Futura Records)
Release Date: 1st October
Futura drops its 5th release with Leon’s imprint delivering an essential EP from Alessio Viggiano which features remixes by Youandewan and Sakro.
Alessio Viggiano has been rising through the ranks of the minimal deep tech scene for many years now, providing must have releases and remixes on highly regarded underground imprints such as PIV, Politics Of Dancing, and Beste Modus, and in 2019 he launched his own vinyl only imprint Meslow with Akyra. The label has gone on to be supported by Apollonia, Arapu, Raresh, Herodot, Andrei Pushkarev, Sit, Enzo Siragusa and more.
For his debut release on Futura, he drops 2 originals the first of which is Flowerchild. A smooth, light, bouncing yet edgy groove, with delectable swirling atmospherics, well worked cut up vocals deliver a superb debut on the label. The second original is, LFO is the KEY, which, as the title suggests, uses Low frequency oscillators to create a chunky subbier track yet retaining Viggiano’s trademark bounce in its groove to keep things uplifting. This is a great track to go with Flowerchild.
Next up are the remixes and the first remix comes from Youandewan. A producer well known from his productions on AUS Music, Hypercolour, K7 and many more of the scene’s finest labels over the last 12 years. For his remix of Flowerchild, he gives this a quality twist, using more straight up house beats, changing the bassline yet retaining a bouncing groove, and using acid melodies as the track progresses. This is a very classy underground remix.
Last yet not least, Mexico’s Sakro delivers his Deepverse remix of Flowerchild. This has an old school flavour right from the off, and feels reminiscent of releases from people like Jovonn or Demarkus Lewis. With driving beats and a hypnotic journey arrangement this adds the perfect final remix to what is an incredibly strong package proving that Leon’s Futura imprint is one to watch.