Avast all ye creepy crawlies and slimy sentient beings, Harley D is on a mission and he's come to strictly crush, squish and splatter with this massive six track session. As always, Harley is in full flavour mode as he tears through the D&B spectrum. At his deepest he purrs with slinky bubblers like 'Cold Wind', at his heaviest he's grizzling and switching to the slippery vibes of 'Creatures'. Elsewhere we get our swagger on to 'Dungeon Master', get freaky to 'Experiment' and get up to a whole load of animal antics in between. Woof woof!
Hold onto your colourful turbans and groove-ready sandals because Jimmy Wallace himself is back with a bang in his fifth musical escapade on his Tartan series! Let's talk about "Ayo!" - it's like someone took a joyride through a neon-infused rollercoaster while riding a disco ball. This track's got more twists and turns than a Bollywood plot, seamlessly weaving together uplifting pianos, drum machine magic, and a sprinkle of the ever-elusive 303. Then "Shoes Off" takes you on a whimsical journey that feels like the love child of Balearic beats and Bhangra vibes. It's like your ears are being serenaded by a rainbow-drenched unicorn on a beach in Goa.
Will Buck welcomes Eli Escobar to Off Track Recordings. Happily, the Brooklyn-based producer has brought with him his strongest full-length excursion since 2017's 'Shout' on Claassic. Unlike some of his more recent full-length excursions, which were (admittedly expertly executed) tributes to specific styles, 'The Beach Album' takes warmth and sun-splashed sonic colour as its unifying theme. You'll find fine club workouts aplenty - see the gorgeous, synth-heavy deep house shuffle of 'Daywun', the throbbing, Moroder-influenced electro-disco sleaze of 'C@n U F33l It', the mid-tempo dancefloor dreaminess of 'In My Bones' and the squelchy nu-disco of 'Down All Day' - alongside mix-tape style interludes, tactile downtempo jams and DJ Cam-esque trip-hop head-nodders.
Tabby Traxx's second release delivers an exhilarating blend of acid house, jackin' house, and tech house that's bound to ignite the dance floor. The title track, "Stalker" receives a Chicago-styled acid house makeover courtesy of Matthew Brian, injecting it with infectious energy and classic vibes. On the flipside, "Flashback" pays homage to the early days of acid house, capturing its essence, and receives a masterful remix from label honcho Mike Mapes. With this EP, Tabby Traxx serves up a dynamic fusion of retro influences and contemporary sounds, helping bring the label to light only two releases in. Keeping it real!
The always consistent Mark Broom returns to his Beard Man label with this hard-hitting release. The title track is inspired by late 90s loop techno. Centred on a fast-paced, rolling groove and firing, pitch-bent percussion, it sees Broom layer in dramatic, surging chords. On "Central", he goes down a more visceral route. Led by a jittery rhythm and bleak synth stabs, it is redolent of Robert Hood's minimalism - an influence that bubbles to the surface on the track's cheese-wire percussion. The release contains two fine remixes. Gene Richards Jr's slamming, sample-heavy take on the title track is sure to approve to the house heads, while the dub take of "Tribe Vibes" delivers a lean, rolling version.
Stepping up his game over the years, Tal Fussman is a producer that most recently has seen his music make it to Diynamic Music and Exit Strategy - who now gets the red carpet rolled out for his Innervisions debut. Children Of 95 brings the keys, beats and melodies to the game with big drops, basslines, chord progressions ever emotional, modern gospel house. The title track takes off with its sprinkling synths, heavy pianos and diva vocal that matches up alongside the Floorplan-esque "Memo". Classic Balearic house goes large on "No More" with the deeper, dubbed out techno cut of the release going to "Bridging The Gap". Hey Teacher!
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