Reviews

It’s not every January that you get to start the calendar year on a small, secluded, picturesque island buoyed by an effervescent mixture of beauty, tranquility, culture and mystery. By signing up to take in all the joys that Epizode Festival has to offer, in what was to be its first year being a fixture...

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Paolo Rocco’s last EP was featured right here on Deep House London not too long ago, and now he’s back with a brand spanking new four-tracker for French label La Vie En Rose. “I Know You Wanna Say It” features two tracks which come in both ‘vox’ and ‘dub’ versions for those who like to...

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Bobby B AKA Bobby Browser joins the Icee Hot family with this new EP. The San Fran label is one of our favourites here at Deep House London with a recent slew of interesting releases, in particular Avalon Emerson’s storming “Pressure”. Now we have Mr. Double B with two original tracks and a couple of...

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Review: Nail – A-Block Trax Vol.3

May 20, 2014 | London

Nail has attained cult status thanks to his impeccable productions, his work as part of the legendary duo Bent and his recent reappearance after a hiatus a few years back. His tracks are played by many of the house scene’s most respected selectors from Zip to Apollonia and his music is always on point. On...

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Review: Nicson – Cannonball EP

May 14, 2014 | London

Nicson is a Spanish producer and record label owner based in London. He runs Flumo Recordings, a favourite of us here at Deep House London, and has released with some very respectable labels so far, including the mighty Holic Trax, Upon You, My Favorite Robot and his own Flumo label of course. After remixing Luca...

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Review: Fanick – Ondatra EP

May 9, 2014 | London

Straight out of St.Petersburg, Russia, comes Fanick, a young man who has been active since his early teens. He started early and is reaping the benefits of those years spent practising on the ones and twos signing his latest release to one of Deep House London’s favourite labels, Overall Music. This EP is typical Overall...

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We all know Detroit Swindle, the Dutch duo who have been taking the world by storm over the last couple of years. Of course before the duo got together they were had successful careers as individuals. One half of the twosome recently got together with Cleavage to work on some new material and one of...

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Review: Alan Doe – Kalinowska EP

May 2, 2014 | London

France is always a reliable source of good quality music. In recent years their house music scene has become one of the best in the world, with players like Apollonia, Djebali, Franck Roger, D’Julz and many more helping to establish a strong and vibrant scene in Paris. One of our favourite labels based in the...

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Review: V/A – Nine Bows EP

May 1, 2014 | London

We’re big fans of garage-esque house music over here at Deep House London. We grew up on the UKG sound that was so prevalent in the mid to late 90s, so it’s always great to hear music that seems to be inspired by that period. Now here on Scucci Manucci we have a selection of...

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Review: Julien Sandre – Diamonds EP

April 25, 2014 | London

Julien Sandre comes from the new school, a producer who has dabbled in techno, tech house and straight up house vibes, he never sits still preferring to keep it moving with a slew of releases coming through in 2014 and plenty of gigs around Europe. Julien was born in Italy but resides in Paris, with...

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Review: DJ Tennis – Local EP

April 25, 2014 | London

DJ Tennis has established himself via his label Life And Death and his influence on both the Italian scene and on the house and techno scene worldwide. He has always been someone who represented the underground side of music, whether it be indie, rock or electronic and his label is a reflection of this, always...

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Review: Solomun – Samson EP

April 18, 2014 | London

One of the house world’s standout names in recent years has been Solomun, from the rise and influence of his label Diynamic, to picking up a residency at Pacha in Ibiza, where his ‘Solomun +1’ party has taken off in a big way, the German star has made his presence felt and continues to pour...

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Review: Motions – All Gone EP

April 17, 2014 | London

Here’s a great EP from someone who is undoubtedly one to watch – Motions is currently based in London, but originally hails from Vermont and spent time producing in Canada too (Montreal to be precise). He started out as one half of Grown Folk but recently stepped out on his own and relocated to our...

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Review: DeejayKul – Feeling Good EP

April 11, 2014 | London

DeejayKul is a Spanish artist who has been active since the late 80s. He has maintained a strong presence within Spain’s music scene over the years, from DJing in clubs to producing music for commercials. He was an exponent of the country’s Blacktronica movement, fuelled by his love of soul, hip-hip and RnB and has...

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Review: V/A – Deeper Than Rose

April 11, 2014 | London

French label La Vie En Rose has been a favourite of ours for a little while now, with artists such as Dyed Soundorom, Javier Carballo, Hanfry Martinez and John Dimas contributing to their excellent catalogue of releases so far. Now, after 11 EPs, they bring us their first V/A compiled by label head, Terence :Terry:...

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