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HOD 009
05 Aug 13
Deep House
Nyx - (6:11) 120 BPM
Virago - (8:03) 120 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Vitae (feat Bit) - (6:47) 117 BPM
Cur (feat Oh Deer) - (6:46) 122 BPM
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Review: There's been plenty of interest in Swedish combo Monitor 66 since they made their debut on House of Disco last summer with the much-played and well-loved "Triscuits". Here, they return to David Magnier's label with another four slices of woozy, picturesque, synth-heavy deep house. Their formula - twiddly synths, chunky bottom end, soft-touch production and R&B vocal samples - gets pulled in different directions, but largely remains intact throughout. The impressively melodic and wonderfully pretty "Virago" impresses most, though the bubbling nu-disco brightness of "Vitae" is arguably the most floor-friendly of the quartet. In truth, it's all good, and should earn them even greater recognition.
Her Bells EP
SIL 024
18 Jun 12
Her Bells - (5:01) 117 BPM
Her Bells (Gary Baldi remix) - (5:52) 117 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Her Bells (The Legendary 1979 Orchestra remix) - (7:09) 117 BPM
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HOD 006
15 Oct 12
Triscuits (original mix) - (5:39) 108 BPM
Triscuits (PBR Streetgang remix) - (6:23) 119 BPM
Triscuits (Dead Rose Music Company remix) - (7:24) 120 BPM
Triscuits (Roberto Rodriguez remix) - (6:17) 108 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Review: The hype surrounding Swedish trio Monitor 66 can't have passed you by. If it has, then this debut single for House of Disco is as good a place as any to start. It pitches them as vaguely Balearic deep house heroes with a passion for cut-up R&B vocals, cheery nu-disco synths and chiming melodies. What they're doing isn't particularly new, but it is very now. Hence the hype, presumably. "Tricsuits" is pretty good, though, and comes with a range of hard-hitting remixes. There's the cascading late night deepness-meets-warehouse bass of the Dead Rose Music Company rework, a perfectly pitched tweak from PBR Streetgang, and a fantastically over-blown rework from Roberto Rodriguez. The latter is so large it's almost comically camp.
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