Review: Prolific progressive house and trance label Zerothree opens up its 2020 run of releases with a stellar two-track double from Lost & Found and Ajunadeep associates Grazze & George Bloom. Together the pair team up for two deep house and techier trance numbers that pull at the heart strings while keeping you suspended in the cosmic bliss of euphoric atmospheres and tunneling, momentus grooves. For a more poppy and vocal effected number its "In Our Hearts" that rains down sweet synths of melodies and twinkling arpeggios with "Hesze" a deeper journey into the more dubbed out, spacious realms of progressive trance. Super package.
Various - "Eton Messy In:Season" (continuous DJ mix) - (1:34:36) 125 BPM
Review: YouTube channel turned party brand Eton Messy has devoted much time over the last 12 months to building up its' record label. Here, it continues that approach via another periodic In:Season compilation featuring a 19-track collection of exclusive label cuts. As you'd expect, there are plenty of "future anthems" present, including the bounding heaviness of Gotsome's thoroughly filthy "Sound Suite", the dark, garage-influenced Afro-house throb of Martin Badder's "Ugulya Mandee", the acid-powered late night sleaze of Catchment's "Kornastone" and the ragged electro-house/deep house fusion of Gallago's "Left". Throw in a swathe of warmer and more melodious cuts from the likes of Howea, Alva, Grazze and Peasant, and you have a rock solid collection of contemporary club cuts.