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15 Apr 13
Review: "Do You Really Love What You Do?"... What a question to be asking your fans on your second release! Fortunately, Daniel's classically informed jack is so well executed he could ask you any question and you're likely to swoon and giggle like a school girl. The title track is a pumping ode to Moroder with tech like sophistication, "It's Entertainment" is a much deeper, jacking body-slammer a la Luke Solomon. "E-Link" and "Verso" are much more progressive in their nature, hinting at Daniel's previous success "O Day", both gradually build up to overwhelmingly euphoric pay offs without ever going too crazy.
13 May 13
25 Jul 11
Review: Those playfully expecting a deep house cover of Roots Manuva's most famous Brit-hop hit should look away now. Everyone else, stick with us, because this collab from Glasgow Underground main man Kevin McKay and pal Phil Kelsey is well worth a look. Offering a jaunty take on house that hovers somewhere between jolly main room flavours and the deepness GU was once famed for, "Witness The Deepness" is an unfussy but pleasingly hooky beast. Bonus cut "Organized" follows a similar path, utilizing "Plastic Dreams"-ish organs and drifting female vocals to excellent effect.
20 May 13
24 Jun 12
Played by: Swamp Donkey
Review: Vintage deep house imprint Glasgow Underground have largely impressed since coming back from the dead in 2011. Here, label boss Kevin McKay offers a glimpse of what's to come in the shape of four new tracks. McKay himself kicks things off with "The Rushes", a bouncy, piano-laden jam that harks back to a bygone age of glistening, rush-inducing house. Small Pyramids go weak at the knees on the sparkling nu-disco/deep house flex of "The Music", while Franky Redente offers up some more old skool flavas on the piano-laden hustle of "What U Want". Proceedings draw to a close with Admin's "Whatever You Want", a beautiful slice of shuffling deepness that's also the EP's undisputed highlight.
30 Jul 12
04 Apr 11
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07 Jan 13
Played by: King DJ/Regalia Recordings, Owain Kimber (Owain K), Fingerman, Dirt Crew, Inland Knights, Juno Recommends Deep House, Pablo Contraband (Disco Deviant), Freddy Love, Groove Armada, Karim, Martin Brodin, The Legendary 1979 Orchestra, Groove Armada, Nhan Solo, Ripperton, Monkey Boots
Review: Kevin McKay's Glasgow Underground imprint releases a set of 2012 remixes of Romanthony's '95 jam "Bring U Up". Deetron delivers a percussive, almost Rob Hood remake while relative newcomer Lee Webster's version showcases all the hallmarks of a modern day remake. The "Original Blackmale version Featuring The Trojan Horse" is a funky and dance floor friendly version replete with choral vocals and yankee stadium Rhodes, while Kevin McKay also steps up for his own stripped back and shoe shuffling DJ edit. PBR Streetgang's mix combine clinking triangles and a sustained bassline holding down short and breathy vocals, Toby Tobias overdrives the keys and bass in his first remix while his second version gets a little deeper, while Barrientos' remix makes for a hands-in-the-air, rejoicing house music classic.
11 Mar 13
28 Nov 11
07 Nov 11
Review: "I Want Blood" by Los Angeles producer Small Pyramids gets a keenly awaited appearance on Glasgow Underground, alongside suitably strong remixes from Cosmic Kids and Goldroom. The original is perhaps typical of a lot of contemporary disco-influenced house, building a gorgeous sun-flecked groove via the use of heavy bottom end, darting strings, warped vocal samples and delicious old skool organs. The Cosmic Kids' version is deeper, slower and more obviously house-inclined, revolving around some smashing old skool riffage. Goldroom, meanwhile, weighs in with a version halfway between French filter house and Pete Herbert style Balearic nu-disco.
08 Apr 13
21 Jan 13