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Fine Rise EP
Heel Goed - (6:59) 125 BPM Hot
Lift Adrift - (5:21) 125 BPM
Fine Rise - (5:45) 125 BPM
Asanti - (5:42) 130 BPM
Expanding Signal - (5:32) 120 BPM
Review: While working on plans to celebrate the label's 20th birthday, Dirt Crew Recordings decided to reach out to Ben Le Dash, a producer whose last appearance on the imprint was almost a decade ago. In fact, his last release of any sort (prior to this one, of course) was back in 2015, so to say it's a surprise comeback is an understatement. The Rotterdam-based producer starts brightly with 'Heel Goed', a spacey-sounding slab of breakbeat-driven intergalactic deep house, before opting for a more immersive and tactile approach on 'Lift Adrift' and 'Fine Rise'. Jazz-fired house breaks and elongated pads catch the ear on the eyes-closer wonder of 'Asanti', while 'Expanding Signal' is a slowly unfurling voyage into blissful ambient house territory.
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DIRT 151
10 May 24
Deep House
Stellar Talk EP
Stellar Talk - (7:33) 120 BPM Hot
Whiplash - (7:30) 115 BPM
Moon Swing - (6:44) 118 BPM
Call Her - (8:39) 105 BPM
Played by: Kisk, Ben La Desh
Review: Holland's Ben La Desh has, in just a short amount of time, notched up some serious ammunition on a selection of upmarket labels. Here though, he returns to his beloved Dirt Crew for the appropriately-named Stellar Talk EP - which features four slices of intergalactic tuneage. All display a certain star quality, but especially so on the deep and pad-heavy Chicagoisms of the title track, the totally wasted cosmic Moroder vibes of "Whiplash" and the proggy Balearica of disco-tinged closer, "Call Her".
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DIRT 080
21 Jul 14
Deep House
Wondering What We Are
Afrodesia - (6:12) 115 BPM Hot
Your Love - (6:03) 74 BPM
We Are - (6:36) 110 BPM
Why Don't You - (6:56) 117 BPM
Review: Dutch producer Ben La Desh has already clocked up singles for Mood Music, Dirt Crew and Moustache amongst others, it's clear it's all about the quality with this guy. This is his second release for Young Adults, and it's a winner. "Afrodesia" is a lolloping blue-sky roller based around an Afro sample and drenched in white isle synths. "Your Love" sounds like 70s funk samples all chopped up and rearranged, "We Are" is smooth commercial Euro house and "Why Don't You" on a deep and techy number. Nice!
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YA-005
19 Nov 13
Disco/Nu-Disco
Deep Love 3
Various
Urulu & Steve Huerta - "Let Me Off Easy" - (6:39) 123 BPM
25 Places - "Good Time" - (6:35)
Ben La Desh - "Moody Goody" - (6:22) 124 BPM Hot
Spleen Underground Music - "Love & Happiness" - (7:51) 120 BPM
Alfa Romero - "Bank Holiday" - (7:15) 123 BPM
Last Mood - "Test Exhibition" - (5:45) 118 BPM
Morning Factory - "Feel" - (7:29) 121 BPM
JammHot - "Out For The Count" - (7:32) 120 BPM
Yoshi Horino & Break 3000 - "Fallin' House" - (7:34) 120 BPM
Timmy P - "Tinnies For Breakfast" - (6:31) 120 BPM
Evan Iff - "We Met In The Fall" - (8:06) 118 BPM
Filburt - "Parent Breaks" - (7:58) 117 BPM
Lrusse - "Cassettes" - (6:20) 118 BPM
Zoo Look - "Cut The Check" - (6:23) 123 BPM
Rhythm Operator - "Food For Thought" - (5:53) 120 BPM
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DIRT 073
19 Aug 13
Deep House
House Slippers (unmixed tracks)
Young Adults / Various
The Socialites - "Only This Moment" (feat Tesla Boy - Sasha Anastasov remix) - (8:19) 105 BPM
Closed Paradise - "The Daulphin" - (6:29) 110 BPM
Suzanne Kraft - "Maybe Snakes" (Permanent Vacation remix) - (6:23) 116 BPM Hot
Chamboche - "Into The Murk" - (6:32) 120 BPM
Mark E - "Fake Bitches" - (6:14) 120 BPM
NYCPARTYINFO - "Mr Everything" - (6:16) 124 BPM
Ben La Desh - "Let Us Down" - (8:18) 117 BPM
Grown Folk - "Just Wear It" - (6:11) 121 BPM
Various - "House Slippers" (continuous mix by Young Adults) - (49:00) 120 BPM
Review: With their new-ish label Young Adults, Leeor Brown and David Fisher's aim is to source the best underground house and nu-disco being made across the globe. This has led them to releasing a new mini mix, entitled House Slippers, and here are the eight tracks featured in the their full, unmixed glory. It's an impressive selection that covers such territory as the Michael McDonald fronting Junior Boys-isms of "Only This Moment", the cloud nine electro-house of "Maybe Snakes (Permanent Vacation remix)", the retro French Touch loops of "Fake Bitches" and the synth-laden proto-acid of "Just Wear It".
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YA-003
23 Apr 13
Disco/Nu-Disco
Turner
Turner - (6:22) 122 BPM Hot
Deep Valley - (6:32) 120 BPM
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MST 021
05 Nov 12
Disco/Nu-Disco
Midnight Rendez Vous EP
27 Degrees - (7:19) 115 BPM Hot
You Gotta - (6:51) 115 BPM
Rendez-Vous - (7:41) 120 BPM
Midnight Garden - (6:45) 100 BPM
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DIRT 066D
05 Nov 12
Deep House
Deep Love 2
Various
Ben La Desh - "Where Is The Favor" - (8:15) 117 BPM Hot
Last Mood - "Metropolitan Area" - (7:38) 123 BPM
Elef - "Keep It Physical" (Dam Swindle remix) - (6:03) 118 BPM
Gitchell Moore - "Inside Information" - (6:39) 120 BPM
Chris Woodward - "808ava" - (5:33) 127 BPM
Purple Velvet - "Butterfly" - (6:35) 119 BPM
Pawas - "Don't Like The Rain" (feat Shaa'ir & Func) - (8:47) 118 BPM
Salz - "Can't Dub Me Anymore" - (6:08) 117 BPM
Florian Kruse - "Nice To Know You" - (8:31) 122 BPM
Tigerskin - "Bubble Dress" (feat The LazarusMan) - (6:58) 115 BPM
Dirt Crew - "Sweeter" - (8:05) 120 BPM
James Flavour - "Moose Jaw" - (6:32) 123 BPM
Sasse - "Feeling" - (9:59) 123 BPM
Break 3000 - "New Soul" - (7:17) 120 BPM
Played by: Dj steef, Salz
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DIRT 065D
01 Oct 12
Deep House
That Was Now
James Johnston - "That Was Now" - (7:31) 116 BPM
Ben La Desh - "Drug Carrier" - (8:04) 115 BPM Hot
Review: The fourth drop on the fledgling Outernational ensures standards are maintained with James Johnston and Ben La Desh providing a track on each side. Glaswegian producer Johnston is in fine form currently, having established the No Matter What label he runs with Alex Agore in the collective hearts of the deep house cognoscenti, and "That Was Now" is a sublime example of embellishing thick set house music with the spirit and soul of classic disco. Hints of glistening strings and a well plucked bass guitar sit deep in the mix as the packed groove builds effortlessly towards a quite lovely drop and build back into a final movement where the subtle disco elements become more prominent. Not to be outdone, Dutch juvenile delinquent Ben La Desh counters with "Drug Carrier", a quite intoxicating burner that's got several distinct rhythmic movements, with the point where some wide filtering introduces a heavy vibing Baltic disco mid section.
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OUTNL 004
25 Jun 12
Disco/Nu-Disco
One For The Road EP
Kastil - "Shes Back" - (7:07) 117 BPM Hot
Ben La Desh - "Doctor Bills" - (7:05) 110 BPM
Tomas Malo - "Scenesters" - (6:17) 117 BPM
Tomas Malo - "Shelter" - (7:08) 95 BPM
Review: When quizzed about his debut full-length before a Juno Plus party last year, John Talabot paused for a minute. "It's not really house, more electronica - like a proper album," he finally remarked. It's an apt description. Fin is clearly rooted in house - and the kind of melody-driven, atmospheric tackle that the Barcelona-based producer excels at - but it's certainly not a dancefloor-focused set. There are off-kilter downtempo moments, slo-mo compositions and twisted beatscapes that recall the impossible-to-pigeonhole antics of Hyetal (circa "Broadcast"), Sepalcure and Instra:Mental. Then there's closer "So Will Be Now" (one of two collaborations with Pional), a near-genius chunk of future garage/deep acid house fusion that's so beautiful it almost hurts. As transformations go, Fin is stunning.
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OUTNL 002
23 Jan 12
Disco/Nu-Disco
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