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18 May 12
Played by: DJ Nova (Rodon Fm 95), Juno Recommends Deep House, Vorres - Juno, Simonlebon, B.g. Baarregaard, Jona Saucedo
Review: Viennese duo Burnin Tears may be relatively new to the game but already their sound is a fully fledged take on deep house that ticks all the right boxes. The pads are processed with a touch of grit, while the soulful vocal comes in with a mournful tone on "Got A Reason". For those emotive moments in the small hours this is guaranteed to be a real tear-jerker. "Just The Same" is equally down-trodden in its demeanour, albeit with slightly brighter melodic content. On remix duties Jakobin and Domino bring a bit more stripped-down funk to "Got A Reason", while Hans Froward dubs it out nicely.
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21 Dec 12
Played by: King DJ/Regalia Recordings, Slow It Down, Stan Tropic, Juno Recommends Deep House, Lesale, Jakobin&domino
Review: There's something heartwarming about the way Vienna's Luv Shack crew go about their business. From the start, their releases have given the impression of being made by a bunch of mates having a whale a time in the studio. This seventh release is no different. Jakobin and Domino kick things off with "Sensation", a simple but effective revivalist '90s house groover. LeSale's "Before The Night" delivers simpler thrills, all bright and breezy pianos and rubbery bottom end, while Burnin Tears' excellent "Your Fantasy" sounds like a long lost B-side dub from a particularly touchy-feely '80s alternative pop cut. Lee Stevens and Jakobin round things off with the wonderful "Dem Young People", an almost melancholy chunk of gorgeous, string-drenched deepness.
13 Apr 12
Played by: Justin Miller, DJ Friction (Germany), Martin Brodin, Electric Boogie (Ism Midnight Riot), Things Happen, Nhan Solo, Swanken
Review: The first split EP from Austrian newcomers Luv Shack Records, Luv Is Louder, delivered a distinctly Balearic blend of soft-focus disco and sparkling, piano-laden house. This second offering is just as sunny. LeSale's opener, "On The Beach", seems tailor-made for dancing on terraces in blazing heat - all lazy horns, spine-tingling pianos and chunky disco bass. Burnin' Tears go deeper on "How I Feel", utilising pitched-down soulful vocal samples for a delightful wrongspeed/rightspeed fusion. Jakobin and Domino deliver a dubbed-out take on MK-era US garage with the formidable "Struggle", while Lee Stevens goes all bleary-eyed and Balearic on comfy closer "Reapers Of Luv". A sloppy kiss of a release...with added tongue.
23 Jan 12
Played by: DJ Agent 86, Dicky Trisco, The Beat Broker, Justin Miller, Fingerman, Stan Tropic, DJ Friction (Germany), Neighbour, Combo (Bangana/Sumo), Chris Coco, Hot Toddy, Chris Deepak, Roberto Rodriguez, Juno Recommends Disco, Juno Recommends Deep House, Tom (Shur-I-Kan) Szirtes, Chas Bronz, Moustache Mamas, Richard Rossa, Downtown Party Network, Max Riolo (Digital Imprint Trax), Megadon Betamax, Freddy Love, Shota Tanaka (Beaten Space Probe), Martin Brodin, Simonlebon, Elly K, Marvin Zeyss, Get Down Edits, Alberto Sabatini, Robbert Mendez, Nicc Johnson, Nhan Solo
Review: Newcomers Luv Shack Records have a simple agenda: to prove that the city of Vienna is home to a hotbed of new production talent. This first split EP, featuring four distinct cuts from some of their homegrown artists, suggests that they could do good things in 2012. LeSale starts things off with "Make Me Feel So Good", a fabulously luxurious chunk of goodtime disco with a distinct soulful twist. Burnin Tears offer a dub fusion of sun-kissed nu-disco and organic deep house, while Jakobin & Domino jack it out with the delightfully bumpin' acid track "Night Glow". A thrilling slab of piano heavy, late night nu-disco from The Beautiful People completes a fine package.