Dinamo Azari, whom you might recognise from his Azari & III project, comes through painfully correct with this new album, Estranged. Usually, house albums can feel like a collection of tunes that have been put out for the sake of it, but this is some truly killer gear, a wonderful collection of house-centric oddities that work wonders on the dance floor, and equally well on the headphones. Ranging from subtle, Chicago-style house to more tech-minded, contemporary grooves, it really is a work of beauty. There's plenty to get stuck into for all house lovers here, and it surely has to be house album of the week from us. Solid.
Dinamo Azari, he of Azari & III, is back on the scene and throwing down some of his signature throwback house sounds in solo mode since splitting with partner Alixander III in 2013. "Victim" is a bold, jacking epic with bouncy synth leads which proudly wear its influences on its sleeve; with nods to forefathers Jamie Principle and Kevin Saunderson. It also features the unmistakeable vocal talents of singers Fritz Helder and Starving Yet Full, also former members of Azari & III. Also featuring a dub version for those of you less keen on the vocals. This is the first single taken from the album titled Estranged, which will be released in early 2016.