Review: With their new-ish label Young Adults, Leeor Brown and David Fisher's aim is to source the best underground house and nu-disco being made across the globe. This has led them to releasing a new mini mix, entitled House Slippers, and here are the eight tracks featured in the their full, unmixed glory. It's an impressive selection that covers such territory as the Michael McDonald fronting Junior Boys-isms of "Only This Moment", the cloud nine electro-house of "Maybe Snakes (Permanent Vacation remix)", the retro French Touch loops of "Fake Bitches" and the synth-laden proto-acid of "Just Wear It".
Review: Liverpool legend and Circus resident Yousef returns with a full length in the form of "In The Process Of Eight" which demonstrates just how capable this legend is in the studio, even getting compiled and mixed by the one and only Carl Cox too! It's swirling, uplifting and progressive business as you'd expect with captivating female vocals on tracks such as "Float Away". "Believe" and "Let Go" get funkier with some early evening tech house vibes on a darker tip with some great vocals. He also collaborates, surprisingly, with Frankfurt hero Reboot on "Renaissance" getting an infectious tribal groove happening and with Uner on "I Need You" which takes things on a more straight up, dark and chugging tech house trip. Some diverse sounds on offer here from a master DJ of two decades experience.