Review: Nacho Varela and Cruz Vittor - two Argentinian producers who work both as a duo and individually - made their debut on All Day I Dream label in 2019. Now, several EPs later, they come to LA-based label Hoomidaas with three more cuts that blur the boundaries between deep and progressive house. The title track is a delicate, slow-building throbber; 'Words' is a slightly lower-tempo, more contemplative number complete with a (rather poppy) male vocal from Geri Terella, while finally 'Chilled Moon' has a lolloping, almost dub-wise feel. Any/all of the three will slot into those "playa house" sets nicely.
Review: Deep house producer Erdi Irmak has been in fine form this year. "Tomorrow Never Comes" is remarkably Imrak's sixth single of the year, with more due to drop in the coming weeks. First head for attractive EP opener "After All", where warm, swelling strings, deep piano motifs and lilting, acid-style lead lines rise above layered drums and groovy bass, before admiring the similarly percussive but more tech-tinged deep house flex of "Gray". Arguably best of all though is title track "Tomorrow Never Comes", a sunrise-ready shuffle through tactile deep house pastures in the company of glistening lead lines, jazzy guitar motifs, tumbling pianos, delightfully opaque chords and heady female vocal samples.