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WOLFEP 007
17 Feb 11
Deep House
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Brothers Rice - "Make Love" - (5:01)
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Fantastic Man - "Look This Way" - (6:46) 120 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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KRL - "Machine Code" - (5:18) 120 BPM
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WOLFEP023
WOLFEP 023
24 Feb 14
Deep House
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Principles - (6:39) 121 BPM
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Awd - (6:58) 120 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Stirling (feat High Hopes) - (6:49) 106 BPM
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Stirling (feat High Hopes - Damiano Von Erckert remix) - (4:23) 117 BPM
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Review: Nicholas Church and Joseph Spencer's Casino Times collaboration makes its way onto Wolf Music for the first time with the four-track Wolf 23 EP. First up is the ravey, French house-influenced broken beat disco throwback "Principles", which leads into the rich sounding, piano sprinkled "AWD". Things become all the more low slung on the moody, rhode-driven "Stirling" featuring the Galchwer Lustwerk-esque vocals of High Hope, which Damiano von Erckert turns into a tribal, deep and dubby late night rhythm. A killer rework indeed.
Familiar Circles Remixes
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05 May 17
Deep House
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Carlotta (Al Zanders remix) - (7:59) 122 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Oddity (Moomin remix) - (6:13) 81 BPM
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Played by: Heizo Murakami
Review: The latest release from the reliable Wolf Music camp features two previously unheard remixes of tracks from Casino Times' Familiar Circles full-length. Al Zanders does a stellar job reworking "Carlotta", in the process laying down a hypnotic, percussion rich deep house shuffler full of bright cowbell hits, sunset-friendly jazz guitar licks and bubbly electronic melodies. Then you'll find a more than pleasant surprise: a deep, dreamy and utterly beguiling drum & bass remix of "Oddity" from Smallville regular Moomin. Its expert combination of evocative musical elements and crispy, snare-driven D&B rhythms is reminiscent of the golden age of Bukem-style liquid D&B.
Familiar Circles
WOLFLP 003
13 May 16
Deep House
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Intro - (0:39) 138 BPM
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Piano Hype - (6:22) 122 BPM
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Oddity - (3:56) 120 BPM
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Carlotta - (6:00) 119 BPM
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Love In Time - (4:26) 126 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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What (Miracle Beat) - (5:30) 121 BPM
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Hope This Finds You Well (feat Desert Sound Colony) - (6:29) 121 BPM
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Transit - (1:16) 108 BPM
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Overcome - (7:39) 118 BPM
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Foundations (End) - (7:01) 124 BPM
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Review: Wolf Music doesn't release many albums, but when they do, the resulting set is invariably superb. Familiar Circles, Casino Times' long awaited first full length, is certainly quietly confident, with the British house duo delivering a range of hazy, evocative cuts shot through with a hazy sense of loved-up positivity. While breezy, Balearic deep house is their go-to sound - and there's much of that evident throughout - the album also includes nods to "Belfast"-era Orbital (the shuffling electro/deep house hybrid "Oddity"), early Funkineven (the jumpy, modern boogie bliss of "What (Miracle Beat)"), drowsy ambience ("Transit"), and early '90s style intelligent techno (the psychedelic electronics, ambient house melodies and fleeting acid lines of closer "Foundations (End)").
WOLFEP031
WOLFEP 031
04 Dec 15
Deep House
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Blaise Montoya (feat Loes Jongerling) - (8:00) 124 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Hummel - (5:42) 124 BPM
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Etna Deline - (5:26) 118 BPM
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Review: Wolf Music continues to evolve as a label, with recent releases showcasing a much more mature, dustier and quietly soulful feel than some of their earlier outings. Certainly, there was a smoky, jazz-flecked vibe to Medlar's recent 12", and this EP from regular contributor Frits Wentink is suitably fuzzy, glitchy and groovy. Opener "Blaise Montoya" sets the tone, with watery riffs, grainy jazz samples and bluesy vocal samples riding an undulating, US-garage influenced groove. There's a similar, if chunkier, feel to "Hummel", while "Etna Devine" goes further into left-of-centre, jazz-influenced deep house territory. Like the EP's other tracks, it feels a little more inventive and out-there than your average deep house jam.
Rarely Pure Never Simple (Club Edits)
WOLFLP 002RMX
25 Apr 16
Deep House
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Nevertheless (club edit) - (5:47) 123 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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In Addition (club edit) - (5:58) 120 BPM
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Rarely Pure, Never Simple (club edit) - (5:54) 120 BPM
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Played by: Kisk
Review: London young guns Wolf Music are still at it, pursuing their love of new wave deep house sounds and they're still doing good, we must say. They've drafted current scene favourite Frits Wentik with a little help from fellow Dutchman Loes Jongerling for Rarely Pure Never Simple (Club Edits). First up is "Nevertheless" which is Berlin style dusty/hip-hop inspired deepness in the vein of Glenn Astro and Max Graef. The vibe continues on "In Addition (Club Edit)" which adds a bit of emotive and soulful synth work reminiscent of classic Larry Heard into the mix. Finally the title track gets all reduced and dubby on us, galloping away in subterranean and mysterious fashion but those Rhodes keys and sexy vocal loop on top are a worthy addition.
WOLFEP012
WOLFEP 012
23 Jun 12
Deep House
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Give It To Me Slow (San Soda remix) - (7:03) 119 BPM
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Give It To Me Slow - (6:09) 117 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Tief - (8:45) 117 BPM
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Give It To Me Slow (Session Victim remix) - (6:00) 119 BPM
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Give It To Me Slow (Casino Times remix) - (6:00) 116 BPM
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Give It To Me Slow (dub - digital exclusive) - (6:42) 117 BPM
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Played by: Rundom Uolk, Young Hand
WOLFEP014
WOLFEP 014
10 Dec 12
Deep House
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Pick N Roll - (7:07) 118 BPM
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Tisno - (5:53) 117 BPM
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Sweat (James Welsh remix) - (5:07) 115 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Tesla (dub refix) - (6:32) 121 BPM
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Visions
WOLFLP 001
09 Jun 14
Deep House
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Get Up For The Beat Down - (2:36) 104 BPM
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Night Soldier (feat Sophie Brown) - (3:31)
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Give Up (Never Gonna) (feat Sophie Brown) - (4:27) 122 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Shape Your Mind - (4:18) 122 BPM
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Cream (feat KRL) - (4:39) 114 BPM
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Straight Billin' (feat KRL) - (5:33) 118 BPM
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Visions (feat Sophie Brown) - (5:12) 120 BPM
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Intermission - (0:41) 120 BPM
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TIEF - (7:23) 119 BPM
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17 Hours (feat Schoolbell) - (7:14) 119 BPM
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Fear (One For Pepe) - (5:20) 122 BPM
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Overload 101 - (3:38)
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End Game (feat Kishon Khan) - (5:25) 105 BPM
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Visions (continuous mix) - (45:25) 120 BPM
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Review: Graham 'Greymatter' Luckhurst has always been tricky to pin down. Initially inspired by soul, hip-hop and broken beat, his 2010 debut album Mind Over Matter joined the dots between those genres, garage and left-of-centre house. Having spent the last few years dropping quirky deep house floor fillers for Wolf Music, he returns to the London imprint with his sophomore set. Visions is an intriguing and entertaining set that's typically hard to categorize. While it has analogue deep house at its' core (as displayed via collaborations with Sophie Brown, Medlar and KRL), there are distinct nods to jazz, wonky downtempo electronica, and twisted, out-there acid.
WOLFEP020
WOLFEP 020
14 Oct 13
Deep House
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Straight Billin' - (6:16) 118 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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A World Without Love - (6:50) 120 BPM
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Mesh (feat Emma Brammer) - (7:00) 116 BPM
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Straight Billin' (Medlar remix) - (6:59) 119 BPM
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Mesh (feat Emma Brammer - alternative mix) - (6:49) 116 BPM
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Review: As Wolf Music reach their 20th release it seems quite fitting that three names synonymous with the London label pretty much since its inception should feature. Greymatter, KRL and Medlar have been collectively responsible for some of Wolf Music's most memorable releases and together here offer an excellent demonstration of their production prowess. This is largely a Greymatter & KRL affair with the duo combining on three of crisp London house manoeuvres that commence on a MCDE gone garage tip with the excellent "Straight Billin" - all about the ruff drum break and shuddering bassline here. "A World Without Love" features vocals prominently too but there's a touch of classic Carl Craig to this cut that demonstrates the duo's production versatility. "Mesh" meanwhile sees Greymatter & KRL trade in sampled vocals for the real thing with a soul tingled turn from Emma Brammer whilst Medlar cranks up the expectation for his forthcoming LP with a wonderful rework of "Straight Billin".
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