Tag: let’s play house

Premiere: Kito Jempere – Ampa (Black Spuma Vocal Mix)

With positive ratings coming from Laurent Garnier about his release on Dirt Crew label, it comes as no surprise that Kito Jempere is providing us with fine sounds. Today’s premiere exhibits a majestic feel with a funky acidic vibe. The dreamy vocals have had a jazzy uplift from a robotic melody that once had an indie feel. This is definitely an appropriate wind down track after a hefty night if you’re wanting to chill out but keep the vibes going. Kito Jempere has had a really positive year and has seen him have releases on a multitude of labels such as Lets Play ... Read more

Exclusive Interview With Curses

“Europe still reigns. America is learning though. Rapidly.” Curses is the late-night moniker of renowned producer Luca Venezia. Infusing dark House & Techno influences with ambient and cinematic soundscapes, Curses makes music that works in all settings and transcends genres. Residing in his studio for some time, Curses returned to the spotlight in full force during the Summer of 2013 with breakout single ‘So Good’ released on Marble Recordings. Heavily supported on radio, online and in club, helping establish Curses’ reputation both locally as internationally. By spring 2014 Curses was in demand. With a residency at Brooklyn’s Verboten nightclub and ... Read more

Full Premiere: Urulu – Moon Unit (Original Mix)

With evocative and emotive productions showcasing a stripped back, classic feel, Urulu’s (mix) sounds are a throwback to the lost generation of smoother groove-makers. Resident Advisor best describes him as someone with “an impressively complete grasp of what makes a classic house cut.” Now with Moon Unit EP, his second release on the Let’s Play House imprint, Urulu is going for a spacier, looser offering than his previous work on the label. The LA based, but London-relocated Taylor Freels is well versed in finding a track’s sweet spot. Urulu’s dynamic arrangement instantly struck a chord with peers and fans alike ... Read more

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 makes a slow-burning deep house drop that eases the mind. When it comes to building solid groovers, this guy is indeed pretty fantastic. The New York label Let’s Play House was founded in 2011 by magazine editor Nik Mercer, DJ/producer Jaques Renault and was set up in affiliation with “Rapture’s Throne of Blood” label manager James Friedman. The label releases monthly and has a ... Read more