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Dubplate #8: Timeless
To All The Children - (5:07) 61 BPM
Oh George - (4:54) 64 BPM
Timeless - (4:28) 64 BPM
TestDept. - (7:04) 118 BPM
Trance Vision Steppa - (5:26) 70 BPM
Weekend Steppa - (7:57) 63 BPM
ReAction Dub - (4:07) 68 BPM
Und Imma Weita - (7:38) 95 BPM
Banyantree (Digital Bonus Track) - (15:07) 70 BPM
Prasadub (Digital Bonus Track) - (5:46) 99 BPM
Review: Mysticism's Dubplate series has got a couple of great drops lined up at the moment and this is one of them, from German digidub pioneers TVS aka Trance Vision Steppers. This was a project that never made it out of the studio but still cooked up some brilliant sounds, which in the case of this collection come from their earlier period between 1995 and 1999. Fans of Adrian Sherwood, Dennis Bovell and Mad Professor will be head over heels of these dub delights - they are deep and atmospheric with lush ambient pads, downtempo vocals and stoner synths next to more twisted rhythms.
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MYD 008
29 Mar 24
Dub
Dubplate #7: Love Dub So
Baba, We Love Dub So - (9:59) 64 BPM Hot
Mantra - (5:30) 92 BPM
Skunked On Planet Dub - (7:06) 60 BPM
Sticks & Stone - (7:44) 60 BPM
Review: Mysticisms' Dubplate series is back once again, this time with Nick Barber aka Doof at the helm. He was a 90s trance icon who here serves up some tunes that were all recorded to tape, remixed and live dubbed on the desk so have an authentic feel to the melon twisting sounds. There are plenty of psychedelic twists and turns to the wispy synth leads and snaking hits here, all with heavy and cavernous low ends and plenty of future facing ideas. Each one is sure to set the dancefloor alight when dropped at the right moment.
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MYD 007
09 Feb 24
Dub
Alistera
Journeys - (5:20) 118 BPM Hot
Alistera - (7:04) 113 BPM
Kebaya - (6:00) 106 BPM
Funk Break Beat - (4:24) 122 BPM
Review: London-based label Mysticisms knows how to dig out some truly lush house grooves whether that's in the form of unreleased house meets IDM, classic reissues or debuts from new school artists. N-GYNN falls into that latter camp having started to make waves on the likes of Hamam House Pleasure Club and his Superlux Records label. He explores a dreamy and cuddly house world here with rolling analogue drums, wispy new-age percussion and whimsical cosmic melodies that all make for otherworldly grooves. 'Journeys' has the feeling of an ancient ritual in the sky, 'Alistera' is a kaleidoscope of colour and 'Kebaya' has a more earthy Afro feel. 'Funk Break Beat' closes with a jumbled groove peppered with dial tones, string loops and bulbous acid.
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MYS 018
29 Sep 23
Deep House
Folk Remedy Anthems 1 & 2
Aurora 2004 (Calm Present KF's re-touch) - (10:58) 125 BPM Hot
Beast In Batuque - (7:55) 73 BPM
Spirit In Tala - (5:02) 128 BPM
Night Stream - (5:28) 85 BPM
Kesarian - (5:40) 84 BPM
In Dope Rhythms - (5:55) 73 BPM
Calling Spirit - (5:52) 119 BPM
Review: The sublime music of Kaoro Inoue is the subject of this essential new compilation on Mysticisms. Inoue describes himself as an "extreme music lover" and has been for more than 30 years. His Chari Chari alias is all about self-expression and the music here fuses ambient, house and techno soundscapes with a deeply spiritual outlook and soul-soothing sound. Organic percussion, traditional instruments and new age moods all colour the deeply enticing grooves.
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MYS 019
25 Aug 23
Deep House
Dubplate #6: Dissolve
Dissolve - (6:22) 108 BPM
DR 55 - (4:32) 86 BPM
Lower Feels (Digital Bonus) - (6:58) 132 BPM Hot
Review: Coral D debuts for Mysticisms, the first new music to join the Dubplate series. The primary project of Duncan Stump, the deep dub electronic swing of his latest project traces a line of descendance from his roles in Mock & Toof and FX Mchn, as well as his recent 6000 Degrees project. Appearing in 2017 with Love Is What on his own Tears label, the subsequent limited 7" on Samo DJ's influential Born Free label, with Everything Is Going To Be Alright, was followed by the bumpin' Sways EP by one of the labels of last 10 years, Klasse Wrecks. A dub machine masterclass, Coral D has been producer long admired by Mysticisms. The digital only, lockdown releases Dissolve and Lower Feels on Stumps' occasional Tears label are always ones to watch and provided the opportunity to turn friendship in to a collaboration, lifting the tracks to appear together on vinyl. Dub reggae influences permeate. Dissolves' chug-dub beats falls into DR 55's laidback digi-dub groove. Machine funk displaying a confidence in time manipulation, the maturity to allow the listener to drift and fall into the space in the music, offering as much as the Beats and FX themselves. Lower Feels is a techno-dub of polyrhythm and gentle timble-like oscillations, a glide by shooting for your 21st century soul that could swims for days. Dissolve the Mystery.
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MYD 006
14 Jul 23
Deep House
Reflections Of The Outer Object
Floating - (5:09) 132 BPM Hot
Reflections Of The Outer Object - (8:01) 117 BPM
Phantasme - (6:36) 103 BPM
Give In And Resist - (7:40) 122 BPM
Review: Mysticisms continues its global journey with an EP of previously unreleased ethereal house meets IDM by Romania's HAN aka Dan Handrabur, taken from his early studio recordings 1991-95. Born in Bucharest, Handrabur's music talents began with violin and classical training, leading to a scholarship at the Conservatoire de Geneve at just 16. An even earlier fascination with tapes machines and manipulation, furthered from listening to Radio Free Europe, led to seeking more experimental and contemporary sounds, obtaining a Korg Polisix, Roland TR606 Beat Box and TEAC deck while still in his teens. Soon hanging around record stores, meeting DJs and securing a residency at Geneva's landmark, Club 58, he dropped out of studies to pursue the dream of producing. After links were made and a relocation to Vancouver Canada, his first release - as 'X Drone' with Adham Shaikh - in '93, led Handrabur to become an integral part of the City's electronic scene, with dozens of collaborations and releases across a myriad of respected labels, from Harthouse, Exist Dance, Eye Q Records and many more, plus a notably, close relationship with the legendary Phil Western. The sole HAN release appeared on Interchill Records in '98, going on to be a collector's item that saw a recent, timely repress. The music on Reflections comes from the similar space, a timeframe that combines a mastery of ambient and house textures. Opening with Floating, featuring the vocals of partner Cristina, captures the essence perfectly. Ethereal and uplifting, with the well placed optimism of the period as this new music movement was mutating. Echoes of the UK post-rave sound is evident, a pulsing 303 and piano counter, a gentle melodic adventure over tight breakbeats. The title track is a deeper, darker affair, closer to Handrabur and Western's seminal 1993 Frequencies From The Edge Of The Tektonic Plate album, as well a nod to The Drum Club and the post-British Prog House sound. The lost ambient house genre is taken on with the swirling oscillations and beats of Phantasme, a companion to fellow travelers, Pilgrims Of The Mind's Subtropique, before Give In And Resist channels floating arpeggios and vocal samples, a la Irresistible Force's Rising High; closing another chapter of Handrabur's archival releases that continue to captivate DJs and collectors ears in equal abandon. Reflect the Mystery.
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MYS 017
02 Jun 23
Deep House
Scuba
Scuba - (6:01) 110 BPM Hot
Scuba (Apiento 4am mix) - (7:28) 120 BPM
Scuba (Apiento M25 mix) - (5:55) 120 BPM
Review: Mysticisms travels again to Japan and reissues a long-term favourite in Little Big Bee's Scuba. Centred around Eitetsu Takamiya, DJ, engineer and producer of the project, and co-founder of Flower Records, joined by Plaza Fujisak on keyboards and Kenji Jinguj on bass. Started in 1996, the label has released a a steady, but varied mix of Jazz and spiritual influenced House, Hip Hop, Future Jazz, Balearic and soulful modern Reggae to considerable acclaim. Released in 2006, Scuba is their Balearic house cut to end all Balearic house cuts. Gentle waves, crystal clear waters, over the reef, the raptures of the deep. Timeless. A classic and noticeably hard to find from the moment it was released, here at last it comes in original form and with 2 new remixes, handed over to long-time associate, Test Pressing head-honcho, Paul Byrne aka Apiento to present 2 wonderful versions. With cult like releases for World Unknown, Music For Dreams and World Building, Byrne dives deep with a beat heavy "4am Mix" and in the "M25 Mix", delivers pure ambient bliss for the drive home. Dive into the mystery.
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MYS 016
07 Apr 23
Deep House
Dubplate #4: Step It Up
Step It Up - (3:48) 65 BPM Hot
Step It Up (DJN4 & AKI AKI Digi Dance MixX) - (6:05) 64 BPM
Step It Up (DJN4 & AKI AKI Digi Dance vs Scientist MixX) - (6:05) 64 BPM
Review: Mysticisms keeps the Dubplate series moving, welcoming one of the seminal Dub producers of all time in Scientist. His unique studio techniques and understanding of rhythm are exalted and present on Step It Up, an enlightening example of his genius and matched with a widescreen remix by label associate DJN4, aka DJ Normal 4, teaming up with fellow Dusseldorf producer AKI AKI, to offer a dreamland breaks-steppers anthem. The fact that Hopeton Overton Brown aka Scientist is one of the true pioneers of Dub music is undisputed. His productions, first as an apprentice at Studio One, then breaking through whilst teamed at King Tubby's studio, led to Channel One and a series of seminal Dub masterpieces throughout the 1980s, mixing engineer Henry Junjo Lawes productions with the Roots Radics, alongside vocalists Barrington Levy, Jonny Osbourne and Jah Thomas. Step It Up precedes, taken from the period of seminal Tubby's work with Bunny Lee and in this instance, with Barry Brown classic vocals and Lee's house band, The Aggravators, backing. As often with Reggae's history, much is disputed, however, this unmistakable Scientist production showcases Brown's high pass filters in effect, the trademark riding 4/4, utilising the 4 track mixing desk to create a joyous bounce. Working on the license from the outset, Tim Schumacher aka DJN4, waited in the wings to dive in the desk for a modern-day remix. Partnering with up-and-coming producer Aki Vierboom (Phaserboys / Candomble), the Digi-Dance MixX is bass-quaking histrionics, a steppers meets rave culture overdose that will be heard from festivals to dancehalls, a righteous dub-breaks riddim y'all. Step the Mystery.
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MYD 004
27 Jan 23
Dub
Souvenirs
Souvenirs (original mix) - (6:38) 127 BPM
Souvenirs (Piers Harrison remix) - (5:13) 129 BPM
Souvenirs (Deep Dean remix) - (5:48) 127 BPM Hot
Souvenirs (2022) - (6:52) 127 BPM
Souvenirs (2022 Touch - Digital Bonus Track) - (6:08) 127 BPM
Review: Mysticisms prides itself on finding the groove, but with a nod (and wink) to discerning ears. However, sometimes it's right to just let it all out and go route one. Berlin based producer Daniel Scholz aka (DJ) Leinad was all about the dancefloor, releasing a series of simple but highly effective EPs of cut up, looped house music that summed up that late 90s Chicago-NYC-London-Paris influenced bombs. The jack that house built - the "heroes" with the "touch" - Souvenirs embodies Leinad's sound. Moving from high-school DJ, to computer programmer to professional producer, DJ and soundtrack artist, remixing for the likes of Yellow and Peter Gabriel's Real World, moving from early classic mid-90s German techno and trance releases on to his 'Leinad' moniker (Daniel spelt backwards), the series of releases can now go for dizzing sums. In Souvenirs, taken from the Disco Part's III EP, Mysticisms found the source - elastic bass, filtered loops, watertight kick and twisted disco'n'strings, all cut back and forth 'for the party' to abandon. Present day remixes come from Lewie Day's 'Deep Dean' project, offering a wonderful example of an artist at work, a laid back groove, pushing all the right dancefloor buttons, all presented with respect to the past, but with acres of modern day swing; Mysticisms' own cohort Piers Harrison, side stepping his edit school as one of Soft Rocks, to produce a literal peak time acid banger; and to close the 'DJ' returns, Leinad offers a bumping 2022 remake to show he's still a teacher.
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MYS 015
11 Nov 22
Deep House
Dubplate #3: Smoke Dub
Survival Dub - (4:44) 69 BPM Hot
Smoting Mari - (5:12) 62 BPM
There Is No Love - (5:31) 71 BPM
Zatoichi's Troubles - (6:06) 76 BPM
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MYD 003
15 Mar 22
Dub
Dubplate #2 : Do / Don't
Istanbul - (4:33) 110 BPM Hot
Stateless - (8:24) 60 BPM
Pablo's Dog - (4:08) 105 BPM
Do / Don't - (4:16) 60 BPM
Our Deception - (5:04) 60 BPM
Review: London's Mysticisms imprint reissues a 1993 release by enigmatic Manchester quartet B:dum B:dum Sound. Merging their backgrounds in post-punk through dub and their city's vibrant dance scene, their sole EP (originally funded by the Bolton Art Council) incorporates samples, sound design and middle eastern influences on what is now a cherished item among diggers and earning exorbitant amounts on the secondhand market. From the bass-driven exotic enchantment of 'Istanbul', they take a slow-mo version of bleep and mix it with dub techno on the mesmerising groove of 'Stateless' (which was well ahead of its time) as well as the deep dub of 'Do Don'ts' providing perfect armchair riddims.
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MYD 002
17 Dec 21
Dub
Running Thunder (Journeys To Hino Izuru Kuni, 1990-1994)
Whisper - (5:26) 120 BPM
Aerotek - (5:02) 126 BPM
Solitaire (TokyoLove) - (8:25) 76 BPM Hot
Running Thunder - (5:50) 122 BPM
Magalenha - (6:42) 93 BPM
Magic Melody - (9:10) 113 BPM
Cornelious (full Length) - (13:08) 156 BPM
Children Of The Rainbow - (6:34) 104 BPM
Review: Mysticisms present the music of Toyko Offshore Project featuring the productions of Simon Lovejoy, Frankie Valentine and Kiyoshi Myaura. T.O.P released a series of EPs from 1990 to 1994, recorded in London and Toyko. This best of selection of released and unreleased tracks covers the nascent UK / Japanese house sound through to Afro, Ambient, Balearic and Street Soul, a compilation that brings this evolution of electronic music back on to vinyl for a new generation. Winter 1990. London, airport. Whisper. Frankie arrives from the club. Simon waiting, making grooves on Roland 202. London-Alaska-Tokyo. Aerotek. Passport stamped, motorway gliding to Future City. Hotel, Kiyoshi awaits. 32 floors, room service, refresh. Solitaire (TokyoLove). Trip to Nara. White gloves, Taxi! Video, minimalist, walking. Noddle man. Borrowed smoke. Bullet train. Zen temple prayer. Running Thunder. 3am City recording. Street sounds, phone booth, vending machines. Record stores, flyers. Magalenha. Studio, booth, synths, tuning. Vocals, staring, waiting. Magic Melody. Breakfast, Atari, stroking Cornelius. Past harbour lights, buying DAT Walkman. Hostess, singing, filling glasses, Geisha girls. Airport, goodbyes. Thailand incoming, recharge. Children Of The Rainbow. Travel the Mystery.
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MYS 014
15 Dec 21
Deep House
Dubplate #1 : Space Within Art
Dunya 2 (extended mix) - (5:23) 76 BPM Hot
D Dub Retwist - (4:24) 86 BPM
Space Within Art (Dubplate mix) - (3:51) 95 BPM
Jacob Dub - (4:11) 96 BPM
Augustus - (2:36) 63 BPM
Review: Mysticisms presents Dubplate, a series of (sporadic) releases to showcase the blurring of genres between breaks, house and dub, even techno, wrapped around and within that oft-misunderstood take on digital reggae, the sound of Digidub. To begin, label favourite Persian acts as selector, with 5 rare archive cuts that typify the producer and sound of the series. From the digital dubbing of Dunya - here in a previously unreleased extended mix - to the warped groove and monster bass of D Dub Retwist, this unique link between rave, breaks and sound system culture is clear. As always Persian aka Peter Reilly, moves across styles with ease, offering the warm roots vibrations of Jacob Dub and Augustus, alongside title cut Space Within Art, here in dubplate mix, a street soul breakbeat and sampledelic mash up, all touched with the heavy hand of dub. An open expression within a loose framework, Dubplate #1 acts as guide and educator. Where cultures clash, morph and grow, embracing the diaspora through music; Arabic melody meets Jamaica riddim meets English hedonism in a Soundclash. Digi the Mystery.
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MYD 001
01 Oct 21
Dub
Obame / Zone
Obame - (7:26) 115 BPM
Obame (dub mix) - (7:05) 115 BPM Hot
Zone - (7:58) 108 BPM
Zone (Drum mix) - (7:58) 108 BPM
Review: Mysticisms delves into the spiritual realm with the archival recordings of London based Japanese duo, Afrobuddha to present their highly sought music to date, in Obame and Zone, on one EP. With copies of their debut releases now selling for dizzying prices, a chance to work with label friend Kay Suzuki attained. With his respected Time Capsule label releasing a stream of amazing world music inspired reissues, his project with Koichi Sakai is revisited and reborn.
Released as a celebration of the spiritual affinity felt with the African and Afro-Caribbean music community, enter Obame; a collaboration with the Kakatsitsi Drummers - pioneering percussionists of the Ga tribe of Southern Ghana. Combining traditional drumming with flutes, xylophone and folkloric chants, Suzuki and Sakai's art and philosophy of rhythm via house, disco, afrobeat and reggae, underpins this offering to stunning effect. Zone follows. A spiritual essence of London's vibrant multi-cultural society, the track fuses intoxicating raw percussion. Featuring Ghanaian master drummer Afla Sackey's thundering congas and djembe on a 3/4 signature of polyrhythm beats, repetitive chants and deep analog synths, this is a stripped backed journey into drum dub of space-bending delays and reverb effects. Chant the Mystery.
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MYS 012
02 Jul 21
Deep House
Feel Da Vibe
Feel Da Vibe - (5:19) 127 BPM Hot
Feel Da Vibe (Brother Nebula remix) - (6:27) 127 BPM
Silver Spaceships - (6:44) 96 BPM
Silver Spaceships (Alphonse remix) - (7:51) 144 BPM
Review: Persian, the man who launched the label in 2017 returns, again offering classics from the archive tapes in the Garage bounce of Feel Da Vibe and the Jungle tinged Silver Spaceships. Since appearing on Acetate 10" back in (where were you in) '92, Persian, Persian Prince or Artist Formerly Known As PP, aka Peter Riley, has been following his own path, breaking ground with self released, slabs of dynamite wax. Delivering a myriad of styles, from Breaks to House, Digidub to Jungle, here, as with MYS001, the original masters were handed to contemporaries to work their magic. Brother Nebula is a secret non de plum of a producer who has been around long enough to know the score, switching continents and releasing music on a myriad of labels before setting up his new Legwork label, creating a fresh wave.
The respectful but wonderful spacial dub house remake of the anthem Feel Da Vibe builds perfectly before snaps bring it back down to Earth. Alphonse (Especial / Klasse Wrecks) however, heads for the heavens with an expanse of floating percussion that explores the line between Breaks and Jungle to move Silver Spaceships in to a new decade.
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MYS 011
28 May 21
Deep House
Alchemy
Persian - "Worries In The Dance" (Jonny Rock Slightly Tingled Worrior edit) - (6:01) 124 BPM Hot
Vertigo Inc - "Numbers" - (5:32) 80 BPM
Asian Psilocybe Foundation - "Wave Control" - (7:13) 124 BPM
Afrobuddha - "Obame" (Treat mix) - (6:41) 103 BPM
Played by: Juno Download
Review: To keep your Emotional Response / Rescue, Platform 23 and Sacred Summit catalogues up to date here comes a new release from the Mysticisms label - aka Piers Harrison and Stuart Leath's experimental house music domain. Extending the run of Japanese duo Afrobudda with a new mix of their percussive heavy track "Obame", the EP heads into more discernible deep house territory with some glittering synths and underwater grooves by Asian Psilocybe Foundation's "Wave Control". That takes up place next to the dank and experimental flutes, toy tones and playheap atmospheres of Vertigo Inc's "Numbers", but it's arguably Jonny Rock's 'Slightly Tingled Worrior edit' of Persian that causes the biggest stir here through a beatdown and slamming reggaeton house jam. So good.
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MYS 010
30 Apr 21
Deep House
EP#2
Untitled #4 - (5:47) 121 BPM
Untitled #5 - (6:12) 124 BPM
Untitled #3 - (5:45) 125 BPM Hot
Untitled #8 - (5:29) 124 BPM
Review: Exploring machine funk, the true hedoni$t returns. Absolution, one's senses rational is to find happiness. Intrinsically seeking doctrine, a philosophy for pleasure. Through liberty and triumph, vice weeps before joy. This primitive. Our delinquent hero. Who will never cease. Libertine. Utilitary. Wildness. Embrace the Mystery.
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MYS 009Y
02 Apr 21
Deep House
Don't Wait
Don't Wait - (7:16) 126 BPM
A Day - (7:04) 120 BPM Hot
New Palace - (7:08) 128 BPM
Cordata - (7:52) 105 BPM
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MYS 013
05 Feb 21
Funky/Club House
EP#1
Untitled #1 - (5:26) 83 BPM Hot
Untitled #2 - (5:13) 124 BPM
Untitled #7 - (7:07) 132 BPM
Untitled #6 - (5:44) 123 BPM
Review: In today's age we get mindful of life and love.
The now rare nights of the true hedoni$t.
A hero who's not afraid of the consequences.
Who is ready to live that full life.
To push the mind and senses of joy.
No rules. Just reality. Wildness. Nothing can be stopped.
Rule that Mystery.
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MYS 009X
25 Dec 20
Deep House
Cassiopeia
Cassiopeia - (9:44) 125 BPM Hot
Cassiopeia (2019 remix) - (11:21) 125 BPM
Review: The Mysticisms label serves up a valuable reissue of the very first release from Nail, the long-serving UK house veteran as prolific now as he was back in the heyday of legendary Nottingham soundsystem DiY. "Cassiopeia" originally appeared on a compilation on Warp, but now it gets a full side of vinyl over which to unfurl its arcane 90s magic. Entrancing synth cascades and stuttering sampler mantras, throbbing b-lines and jacking claps all make for a holy grail deep techno track from the good old days, and Nail has given it a 2019 remix which brings the spiritual shenanigans of the original into a different kind of meditative, house-oriented context.
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MYS 008
29 Nov 19
Deep House
That's How Lovers Be (Drivetrain, Nail & Scott Grooves Mixes)
That's How Lovers Be (Drivetrain mix) - (7:06) 122 BPM
That's How Lovers B (Nail mix) - (6:05) 122 BPM
That's How Lovers Be (Scott Grooves That How Dubs Be) - (8:47) 122 BPM Hot
Review: The Mysticisms label once more turns its attention to rarefied gold dust from the annals of deep house history, this time shining a light on Soiree Records, which was helmed by cult favourite Drivetrain. Nu-C Zn's "That's How Lovers Be" was an unconventional but oh so sweet curio back in 1995, and now it's been revived with Drivetrain delivering a new mix of the track that lets the smoky keys, plastic sax and gorgeous vocals hover tentatively. UK house stalwart Nail is up next with a bumping, crafty update on the track, while Scott Grooves lays down honey-coated keys that shift the mood of Nu-C Zn's original into a different emotional headspace.
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MYS 007
10 Jun 19
Deep House
Innocence & Inspiration
Opening/Dark Intervals - (10:06) 123 BPM
Innocence & Inspiration - (8:05) 124 BPM Hot
Are You With Me Love - (5:19) 158 BPM
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MYS 005
29 Aug 18
Deep House
Ocean Groove
Ocean Groove (original mix) - (6:26) 120 BPM
Ocean Groove (Piano mix) - (6:25) 120 BPM
Ocean Groove (Basement dub) - (5:43) 124 BPM
The Awakening (original mix) - (5:12) 118 BPM Hot
Played by: Teen Daze
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MYS 006
07 Jun 18
Deep House
Wasted Away
We Should Shout - (5:39) 122 BPM
We Should Shout (FIT Siegel remix) - (8:45) 122 BPM
Morning Sun - (5:00) 130 BPM
Morning Sun (DJ Normal 4 remix) - (6:54) 131 BPM Hot
Review: Given his status as an original 1990s hardcore and jungle producer, Peter "Persian" Riley has more right than most to ride the current wave of breakbeat-driven, loved-up deep house productions. Interestingly, Riley's latest 12" opens with a blissfully melodious and squeezable chunk of dreamy deep house (albeit one that boasts a soulful reggae style vocal and some breakbeat shuffle within the drum machine grooves), before the pitched-down jungle breaks come to the fore on brilliant, string-laden B-side "Morning Sun", a shameless tribute to witnessing sunrise at an outdoor rave. The accompanying remixes are predictably good, too. First, Fit Siegel delivers a drowsy, tactile and subtly stripped-back rework of "We Should Shout", before DJ Normal goes full on early hardcore on his thrusting tweak of "Morning Sun".
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MYS 001
07 Jul 17
Deep House
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