The Field - (6:38) 131 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Tension - (6:29) 133 BPM
Cinqo - (7:50)
11 May 09
Deep House
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Nas1 - "Peli Peli" - (4:15) 120 BPM
Riccio - "Get It On" - (6:47) 124 BPM
Dukwa - "Thanks Daddy For The Groove" - (5:40) 130 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Life's Track/Mar G - "Wasting My Time" - (4:08) 144 BPM
100Hz - "Tenderness" - (7:18) 125 BPM
Rufus - "Under The Line" - (6:39) 128 BPM
A Guy Called Gerald - "Always" - (4:18) 125 BPM
BSS - "Tutto Gas" - (4:25) 125 BPM
Minimono - "Pandora Peaks" - (5:56) 120 BPM
Mass Prod - "Mathemagix" - (7:29) 135 BPM
Soutine/The Clover - "Florence Shuffle" - (6:52) 70 BPM
Herva - "Crash Point" - (3:54) 134 BPM
12 Jul 18
Deep House
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Rio - (8:41) 134 BPM
Whisper (String mix) - (4:34) 129 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Rub Tub (edit) - (7:03) 133 BPM
Whiskey Pineapple - (6:10) 129 BPM
Review: Since making their name with the bleep/loved up deep house fusion of "Low Frequency Overload" back in 1990, British duo 100 Hz have continued to deliver occasional EPs. Immersive is full of rich, saucer-eyed deep house treats. Highlights include the darting, near Balearic synths and dream house style grooves of "Rio",the boompty-influenced cut and thrust of "Rub Tub (Edit)", where jammed-out jazz synths cluster around a killer funk bassline, and the ultra-deep, but suitably energetic "Whiskey Pineapple". This latter track is propelled forwards by a relentless bassline, crunchy drum machine percussion, and some foreboding melody lines.
05 Jul 18
Deep House
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Shoot The Bar - (7:41) 133 BPM
Primary Colours (Repitch) - (6:51) 131 BPM
Oliva Funk - (6:34) 131 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Review: Florence based label Bosconi teams again with 100 Hz aka UK legends Lee Renacre and James Chapman who have been around since the late eighties. This is their second release on the Italian imprint; their Mila EP was their first for the label back in 2009. First we have a re-issue of their 1989 track "Shoot The Bar" a sturdy and cyclical house groove on the tougher side of things with a nice double bass holding the track above a tight rhythm and dreamy Rhodes piano. "Primary Colours" sounds more like minimal, but given more of an edge by all the dusty and lively analogue machines that power it along. Its bumpy bass and restrained synth stabs supporting some simplistic rhythms and works quite well. Finally "Oliva Funk" is more of a classic NYC house cut, those rapid fire cowbell strikes will help it bear even more resemblance to classic Kerri Chandler style vibes.
05 Jul 18
Minimal/Tech House
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