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Negotiate EP
HOTEP 008
23 Feb 15
Deep House
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Don't Want The Regular - (3:41) 119 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Expensive Ghetto (feat Mo Kolours) - (2:39) 89 BPM
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Black Rigsby - (4:07) 116 BPM
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Just Negotiate (feat Simeon Jones) - (3:40) 107 BPM
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Joint Seventeen - (2:30) 97 BPM
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Review: Ready for a strange soul sensation? Say hello to Henry Wu. After a smattering of outings on 22a and XVI, the Londoner jumps aboard Ho Tep with his first extensive extended document. "Don't Want The Regular" is a hazy twist on slo-mo broken beat, all dreamy and just the right amount of abstract. "Expensive Ghetto" takes the abstract even further with a jazz trumpet that wanders so free it's nearly off the page. "Black Rigsby" is more floor-focused as it looks towards the likes of Detroit with strange filtered synth wriggles and spacy overtones, "Just Negotiate" sits somewhere between Andrew Ashong and Amp Fiddler with its yearning lyrics and hugely enveloping synths and finally "Joint September" closes the show on a reflective jazzy note. Dreamy.
Deep In The Mudd
EGLO 51
10 Mar 17
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
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Henry Wu - "Deep In Mudd" (feat Hardhouse Banton) - (4:31) 132 BPM
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R6 (interlude) - (2:15) 86 BPM
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Boards & Skins - (3:05) 125 BPM
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Just Negotiate (feat Simeon Jones - Kaidi Tatham remix) - (6:37) 122 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Century (feat Hardhouse Banton) - (4:28) 133 BPM
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Reflections - (2:25) 155 BPM
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Review: Fresh from the runaway success of his Yussef Kamaal project with Yussef Dayes, Henry Wu returns to Eglo Records for the first time since 2015. While it's jazzy broken beat opener "Deep In The Mudd" - co-produced by Hardhouse Banton - that's naturally getting most attention, there's plenty to get excited about elsewhere on the EP. Check, for example, the hissing jazz of "Boards & Skins", Kaidi Tatham's deep, sparkling and effortlessly soulful re-make of "Just Negotiate", and the ultra-deep, Rhodes-laden bliss of "Reflections", a beat-less treat. Also worth checking is the EP's other Hardhouse Banton hook-up, "Century", which charges off on a high-tempo, mutant P-funk tip.
Good Morning Peckham
RS 007D
27 Jul 15
Deep House
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Intro (Rhythm & Rice) - (2:30) 157 BPM
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Dubplate Special - (3:38) 114 BPM
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Croydon Depot - (3:44) 126 BPM
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Neezy (Wok) - (4:21) 83 BPM
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Yellow Brick - (3:47) 109 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Good Morning Peckham - (4:18) 115 BPM
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Natural Complexion
XV 1005
10 Mar 14
Deep House
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Natural Complexion (feat Tenderlonious) - (4:08) 119 BPM
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Dutty Double - (5:21) 140 BPM
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Natural Complexion
XV 1005
10 Mar 14
Deep House
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Natural Complexion (feat Tenderlonius) - (4:08) 119 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Dutty Double - (5:21) 70 BPM
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Projections EP
152008 8742265
23 Mar 18
Deep House
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Projections - (7:19) 122 BPM
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Hi Life - (7:07) 124 BPM
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Projections EP
MCDE 1216
23 Mar 18
Deep House
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Projections - (7:19) 122 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Hi Life - (7:07) 124 BPM
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Review: These two tracks have been causing a commotion ever since they dropped on vinyl earlier in the year. They come from two of the UK's fastest-rising dusty deep house talents, former 22a and Rhythm Section International man Henry Wu and veteran Cardiff beat-maker Earl Jeffers. Opener "Projections", with its' Kyoto Jazz Massive style pianos, Roy Ayers vibraphones, jazz-funk bass and skipping deep house drums, is not only utterly sublime, but also as musically expansive as they come. "Hi Life" is, if anything, even more positive, with the duo trading piano and synthesizer solos lover huggable chord sequences and bumping, New Jersey inspired drums. House records this rich and musically potent don't come along that often, so make sure you don't sleep on this one.
XVI Records Vol 1
XV1EP 002
30 Apr 12
Deep House
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Henry Wu - "9 Bit Stoners" - (3:35) 115 BPM
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Jabru - "Vice" - (5:36) 71 BPM
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Evermean - "Games" - (3:16) 107 BPM
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KingThing - "Wishful Thinking" - (6:07) 131 BPM
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Mau'lin - "Outerbody" - (7:00) 134 BPM
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XVI Records Vol 1 Pt 2
XV1EP 002
30 Apr 12
Dirty Dubstep/Trap/Grime
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Henry Wu - "9 Bit Stoners" - (3:35) 58 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Jabru - "Vice" - (5:36) 142 BPM
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Evermean - "Games" - (3:16) 107 BPM
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KingThing - "Wishful Thinking" - (6:07) 131 BPM
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Mau'lin - "Outerbody" - (7:00) 134 BPM
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CoOp Presents: Selectors Assemble
FW 164
23 Jun 17
Bass
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Henry Wu - "Substance" (IG Culture & Alex Phountzi remix) - (4:37) 83 BPM
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Son Of Scientist - "Spartan Riddim" - (4:48) 86 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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NameBrandSound & Sonar's Ghost - "Can't Hold It" - (4:41) 124 BPM
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Alex Phountzi - "2nd Intention" (feat IG Culture & Henry Wu) - (4:36) 126 BPM
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IG Culture & Seiji - "Gangz" - (4:41) 104 BPM
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Review: Bruk bastions, the CoOp collective were one of the brightest, most exciting musical movements in the early to mid 2000s with their barbed, broken soul take on bass music emanating from Plastic People playing a heavy role in the forms of contemporary house music, dubstep and all things in between. Freshly reformed since a Boiler Room comeback in 2015 and loaded with new affiliates, the ensemble, First Word proudly present their first collective EP. Ranging from the jittering soundclash bashment of "Spartan Riddim" to the sensual Bias-like harp heaven of "Can't Hold It" via the technoid stutters of "2nd Intention", this marks the start of a very exciting new chapter for the CoOp crew.
27 Karat Years
TART 037D
18 Nov 16
Deep House
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O.S.T - (1:54) 133 BPM
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Don Malller - (4:26) 126 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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A3 - (1:25) 120 BPM
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Andre The Giant vs Bob Sapp - (2:02) 120 BPM
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Cheese N Kraut - (3:00) 102 BPM
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Peruvian Gold Theme - (2:12) 76 BPM
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Review: With praise for his collaborative album alongside Yussef Dayes (the fantastic Black Focus) still ringing in his ears, Kamaal Williams dons the familiar Henry Wu guise and embarks on another joint enterprise. This time round, his co-pilot is label-hopping collaborator Tito Wun. As you might expect, 27 Karat Years is a largely deep, jazzy and smoky affair, with the duo exploring a range of rhythms and grooves. There's the soft touch, ultra-deep house of "Don Muller", the hazy ambient boogie of "Andre The Giant Vs Bob Sapp", and the J Dilla tribute vibes of "Cheese N Kraut". Throw in a load of tasty interludes (the space ambience of "Peruvian Gold Theme" being a highlight), and you've got another tasty release from Mr Wu and Mr Wun.
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