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Premiere: Sam Shure & Cioz – Kamala Bani [Stil vor Talent]

A natural for stirring melodies, Berlin-based Sam Shure channels his all-around manifold array of talents into his new EP, Mirage, taken from his forthcoming debut album Laconia. “Mirage is a collaboration with my father who plays the Oud lines in it. I had the main groove of the track ready in my Berlin studio and felt like it needed some acoustic element. Kamala Bani was the first collaboration with amazing producer Cioz. We had the most fun working together in the studio and really enjoyed making the track. The track Encanto is for sure a nighttime track with a mystical atmosphere. ... Read more

Premiere: Akiine – Once (BAILE Remix) [Color Station]

Color Station is proud of how this release came together, particularly because it features two of its resident artists from the label. The story behind it is great too, as “Once” is a single off of Akiine’s Red EP, which was released June 7th on Color Station. It was her first release she produced all on her own. BAILE (real name Reed Kackley) helped mix the EP and delivered this stunning remix. Akiine on her ‘Red EP’: “To me, Red means strength, creativity and believing in yourself. I can relate to that as this is my first EP that has been 100% ... Read more

Premiere: Ivory – Hyper [Isolate]

Isolate is confident in taking its next step with Italian producer Ivory, whose music has previously graced Kompakt, Atlant, and Azzur. After only two earlier releases from Alican and Murat Uncuoglu, the label is already showing confidence and a solid fundament with this third release for a bright future. Milan (Italy) born DJ / producer Ivory aka Daniel Tagliaferri first started music by playing the guitar. Ivory played in several bands and played different styles such as Punk Rock, Psychedelia, Post Core & Folk. In parallel to live music, he developed an interest for electronic sounds and club culture eventually leading him ... Read more

Premiere: Boys Be Kko – By Ada [Atomnation]

The eccentric Tokyo based producer Ryunosuke Hayashi a.k.a. boys be kko joins the Atomnation family with his ‘Big Boys Don’t Cry’ 12″ – a 4-tracker that includes a big remix from the highly respected DJ, producer, and remixer Gerd Janson. Both artists make their first appearance on the Dutch imprint. Boys be kko started producing music during high school when buying the KORG Elektribe. Quickly after, he signed up for art college. His interest in techno music grew while listening to artists such as Gui Boratto. Making connections all over the Tokyo scene the years after, he co-founded Kids Return ... Read more

Premiere: BL Brixton – Kingdom [Laut & Luise]

Influence and impression of thick mist and salty air. Hamburg‘s BL Brixton presents three tracks that unfold to unforeseen depth and structure. ”Closed Eyes Tourist” is uniform and contrast alike with soft drums on concrete walls and comforting keys between sharp hats. A recollection of steady grooves and hypnotizing patterns like ancient impacts on modern reflections. We bring you ‘BL Brixton – Kingdom’ for a first listen in full before it’s release on March 29. “Closed Eye Tourist EP” is available 29 March on Laut & Luise, PRE-ORDER AVAILABLE   SoundCloud Artist Page [soundcloud url=”https://soundcloud.com/lautundluise/bl-brixton-kingdom-lul017″ comments=”true” auto_play=”false” color=”8cd3f6″ width=”100%” height=”166″]

Premiere: Kevin Di Serna – Horizons (Jon Charnis Remix) [Endless]

After years of producing music under various guises, Jon Charnis found his true calling in the slower, darker, and deeper shades of house music. His track ‘Prophecy’ was spotted by Innervisions boss, Dixon, who signed the track to his prestigious Berlin-based label after road testing it at some of the world’s premier parties. Jon has already performed at key events including Robot Heart at Burning Man, Lee Burridge’s All Day I Dream parties, Cityfox, SXM Festival, Decibel Festival, BPM, and ADE in Amsterdam while releasing records on Connaisseur and ENDLESS. Jon Charnis returns to E N D L E S S ... Read more

Premiere: Kohra – Vedanta [Qilla Records]

Kohra returns on his own imprint, Qilla Records, for a fantastic first release of the year, with remixes from Kotelett & Zadak, SHFT and FILM.   ‘Vedanta’ literally translates to ‘the end of the vedas’, an ancient Indian philosophy with various schools of thought based around duality and non-duality. This track takes a hypnotic and melodic direction that is very much part of Kohra’s signature style. This is another fresh release from Qilla, a label that continues to push the envelope. “Acid Kidz” is available 4 March on Qilla Records, PRE-ORDER AVAILABLE   Soundcloud Artist Page [soundcloud url=”https://soundcloud.com/deep-house-london/premiere-kohra-vedanta” comments=”true” auto_play=”false” ... Read more

Premiere: The Organism – Gypsy [Eleatics]

Where there is a stout and strong spiritual power behind the artist’s mind and the bright interest to bring the originality to the music, uniqueness is the outcome. Last year The Organism gained massive support thanking to his ‘Reflection’ track which was played by Solomun, Âme and Dixon. The Organism‘s fires off another great release: the ‘Gypsy’ EP. The title track has already been played by Diynamic’s boss Solomun at his Cercle set at Théâtre Antique. “Gypsy EP” is available 4 March on Eleatics, PRE-ORDER AVAILABLE Soundcloud Artist Page [soundcloud url=”https://soundcloud.com/deep-house-london/premiere-the-organism-gypsy-eleatics” comments=”true” auto_play=”false” color=”8cd3f6″ width=”100%” height=”166″]

Premiere: Hammer – Jupiter [Beats] [Correspondant]

Belfast’s Hammer hits home at Correspondant with an immaculate sonic suite featuring remixes from Margot and Bawrut. ‘Jupiter’ is an evocative atom splitter presented with two very clear narratives; a sweeping synth noir epic and a heads-down, rolling groove with grainy harmonics that are reminiscent of the earliest foundations. Serious smackdown funk, yet more proof that the Hammer never lies… “Jupiter EP” is available 22 February on Correspondant Soundcloud Artist Page [soundcloud url=”https://soundcloud.com/deep-house-london/premiere-hammer-jupiter-beats” comments=”true” auto_play=”false” color=”8cd3f6″ width=”100%” height=”166″]

Premiere: Fort Romeau – Just [Permanent Vacation]

Fort Romeau follows his recent release on Ghostly International and BBC Radio 1 Essential Mix with four new psychedelic house cuts on Munich’s Permanent Vacation. Michael Greene aka Fort Romeau has released EPs on labels such as Running Back and Live At Robert Johnson as well as having tracks featured on compilations from Rush Hour and Mule Musiq. 2015 saw him set up his own label “Cin Cin” releasing split EPs from established names and newcomers alike, with a diverse musical policy that reflects the DJ/producer’s open minded and inquisitive approach. “Heaven & Earth EP” is available 22 February on ... Read more

Premiere: Echonomist – Grace [microCastle]

microCastle begins 2019 by welcoming Petros Manganaris aka Echonomist to the label for his debut EP. Hailing from Thessaloníki, the Greek artist has been a fixture of the electronic underground for over two decades. Long a favourite of the world’s largest DJs, Petros’ timeless style often finds him sitting in a creative space between house and techno. As one of Greece’s most highly regarded DJs, Petros has performed with a wide variety of the world’s leading acts, most notably Ame, Black Coffee, Carl Craig, Damian Lazarus, Dixon, Juan Atkins and Tale Of Us. Recent releases on Aeon, Connaisseur Recordings, Multinotes, ... Read more

Premiere: Rafael Da Cruz – Rusu [Moodmusic]

For the Mood203, Rafael Da Cruz has delivered two outstanding cuts. His debut release ‘Rusu‘ marks his signature sound which lives from strong synth patterns embedded in detailed atmospheres. Title track ‘Rusu‘ is leading the whole package and is a proven dance floor tool. “Rusu” is available 8 February on Moodmusic Soundcloud Artist Page [soundcloud url=”https://soundcloud.com/deep-house-london/premiere-rafael-da-cruz-rusu” comments=”true” auto_play=”false” color=”8cd3f6″ width=”100%” height=”166″]

Premiere: Impérieux – Mehmed [Sum Over Histories]

Something’s bubbling up on Sum Over Histories’ stove. Known for its carefully chosen musical pieces, Frankey & Sandrino’s label kicks off 2019 with Impérieux’s two tracker ‘Mehmed’ – an artist and crowd favourite over recent weeks and months. After a goosebump moment when Sandrino dropped the EP’s main song Mehmed at Brooklyn’s Mirage during the summer of 2018, it was clear the song would find its home on the duo’s Sum Over Histories imprint. The EP’s title track, ‘Mehmed’, precisely depicts Alper’s – Impérieux’s real name – next stage as a producer. Skilfully elaborated soundscapes meet whizzing percussions that remain in the ... Read more

Premiere: The Alexsander – Senti Mental [AWAL Recordings]

The Alexsanders’ new The Signal Of Susa EP is influenced by my middle eastern roots, from the city of Susa of the old Persian empire, mixing up the underground genres from house to techno and a touch of electronica.   Senti Mental mixes modular electronica, techno and trance vocals creating a lucid liquid instrumental that sets the mood of late club hours. “The Signal Of Susa EP” is available 1 February on AWAL Recordings Soundcloud Artist Page [soundcloud url=”https://soundcloud.com/deep-house-london/premiere-the-alexsander-senti-mental” comments=”true” auto_play=”false” color=”8cd3f6″ width=”100%” height=”166″]

Premiere: The Organism & Moscoman – Chumbai [Disco Halal]

Acclaimed imprint Disco Halal reveals their 2019 schedule with Moscoman, The Organism, Auntie Flo, Kincaid, Mount Kismet, Simple Symmetry and the second instalment of the Perfect Strangers compilation series all confirmed. The first EP sees The Organism and Moscoman collaborate for ‘Rite’  on the 1st February and follows a massive year for The Organism who released one of the biggest songs of the summer with ‘Reflection’. The project includes the titled track as well as the atmospheric blisters of ‘Chumbai’ and percussive textures of ‘Rubab’, a track steeped in the Middle Eastern sonic influences of Moscoman’s home country of Israel. ... Read more