Reviews

Review: Shall Ocin – Conception EP

On December 16th the renowned Culprit label will drop something that roams in the heavier, more rugged deep house territories. We checked if Shall Ocin’s Conception EP delivers the goods for LA-based imprint. ...

Review: Fantastic Man – Heartbreaker EP

Brooklyn based record label Let’s Play House gives way to their second solo EP of Fantastic man aka Mic Newman on the label. Heartbreaker EP packs a lot of soul, combined with the smooth, soft atmosphere this m...
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Review: Nick Monaco – The Stalker EP

Soul Clap Records has another winner on their hands with Nick Monaco’s ‘The Stalker EP’. A soulful, funky drop that makes you want to do very naught things. Many surprising twists throughout the release, with support remixes by different members of the Soulcla...

Review: Art Department – Sun Comes Up EP

No.19 Music is at it again. After their release of Eric Volta’s game changing ‘Love Your Illusion EP’, they now have another significant cut coming out, that’s to be released Monday next week. We’re talking abo...

Review: Prunk & PONY – Disluv EP

Today we have the pleasure of putting two residents of the Deep House Amsterdam family in the limelight. Because Prunk and his Southern brothers PONY are currently shaking up the scene with a new cut called Dis...

Review: Detroit Swindle – Unfinished Business EP

Unfinished Business has hit the stores yesterday, and we wanted to find out whether Detroit Swindle's latest production efforts have been worth the wait. 2013 has definitely been the year of Amsterdam's very succesful duo Lars Dales and Maarten Smeets, aka ...

Review: Jonny Cade – AddVice EP

Mr. Cade in the house again, this time with another booming EP that is packing some serious heat. With throbbing bass sounds, housey hooks and a garage coating, ‘AddVice EP’ is another winner by the budding you...

Review: Alexi Delano & Shaun Reeves – The Breeze EP

Shaun Reeves, one of the key figures of the Visionquest tribe, has teamed up with minimal veteran Alexi Delano for a tour-de-force in the form of ‘The Breeze EP’. It consists of two deeply mystifying cuts and a remix by Thomas Merlchior. Alexi Delano was bo...

Review: Eric Volta – Words & Chance EP

What does Berlin do to a DJ? Many have undergone the journey, and it’s safe to say there is not one straight answer to that question. This dirty pool of creative and eager minds seems to emit a natural call to ...

Review: Anton Kuertz – Morgen.EP 134

Amsterdam-based producer and house music entrepreneur Daniel van Drunen a.k.a. Anton Kuertz from the infamous record label Chasing the Hihat has just released a new EP. Morgen.ep 134 is its name and also contai...

Review: Hauswerks – Nine to Five EP

Ibiza-based Hauswerks has been teaming up with London label Moda Black to bring you a wide array of EP’s, remixes and collabs over the course of this year, making it his personal mission to ensure your 2013 is a groovy one. Drawing on ‘90s rave vibes and warpi...

Review: Ejeca – Together EP

Rising star Ejeca is about to team up with Needwant again, this time for the release of his brand new Together EP. Together shows Ejeca in top form, satisfying our sonic souls with his signature, vocal driven b...

Review: Benoit & Sergio – Adjustments EP

The French/American duo Benoit & Sergio have a fresh EP that’s lined up to be released October first, by the LA-based Culprit imprint. For the label’s 39th EP release, the boys have cooked up Adjustments. C...

Review: Dan Marciano – Berechit EP

After a three-year break, Deeplay Digital is back in business, having relaunched the label this summer. Their first release is the Berechit EP by Dan Marciano. He’s has been a Parisian hero for a while now, having claimed residencies at renowned clubs in the F...