Review: In 2010, Larry Cadge founded Smiley Fingers, an independent house and techno record label based in London but operating on a global level. He's no newbie to this game and is a popular selection for those in the know. Cadge returns to his label with another cracking release titled "Aquanaut" - a deep and seductive tech house groove that's perfect tackle to create a vibe in the early evening. This is followed up with the rather thumping Dub mix, which hammers the message home in bass-driven fashion, accompanied by steely hi-hats and sparse metallic textures for added intensity
Review: An outlet for both unreleased and exclusive music from the label's family members alongside rising talents, this is the fourth instalment of Toolroom's popular 'House Party' series. Featuring standout releases from Mark Knight's label plus the scene's biggest imprints, with highlights coming from: industry heavyweights Nic Fanciulli & Andrea Oliva on the slinky "Medium Rare", the inimitable Yousef with the pounding acid of "Save Me" (feat. Molly Green), legend Todd Terry with TCTS on the boompty bounce of "Get Freaky" and UK tech house hero Seb Zito delivering the peak time stomper "Don't Stop". As if that was not enough, there are also three continuous mixes by scene stalwarts such as Lefti, Piero Pirupa and label staple Maxinne.