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SOYO Dubs Vol 2
Caller ID - (5:08) 126 BPM
Situ - (5:13) 83 BPM
Doom In Dub - (4:49) 136 BPM
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WM 024
15 Mar 24
Minimal/Tech House
Caller ID
Caller ID - (5:08) 126 BPM
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WM 024S
23 Feb 24
Minimal/Tech House
SOYO Dubs Vol 1
Windy Dub - (7:37) 123 BPM
Modem - (4:50) 128 BPM
Rhythm Resonate - (4:28) 123 BPM Hot
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WM 023
23 Nov 23
Deep House
Rug Cutters Vol 1
Cutting Snakes (Keep On Moving) - (5:23) 133 BPM
Bumps (You Say) - (5:17) 134 BPM Hot
Cutters (They Don't Get It) - (5:01) 135 BPM
Pay No Mind (Who Am I) - (5:30) 135 BPM
Review: Mella Dee has described this EP as his take on 'Tech-House'. While all four tracks do feature house beats that roll along at a house tempo, it's a far more fun, forthright and hook-driven affair - as you'd expect from the master of "heaters and panel beaters" - than 99.9% of purist tech-house EPs. In other words, it's a club focused Mella Dee record, and all four tracks are bangers. For proof, check the bassline house, organ bassline-driven sweatiness of 'Cutting Snakes (Keep On Moving)', the deliciously sleazy analogue bass and crunchy beats of 'Bumps (You Say)', the broken house dirtiness of 'Cutters (They Don't Get It)' (a track that recalls the similar SoYo filth of Ross Orton and Winston Hazel's SuPaFiX project), and the Mood II Swing-meets-UKG flex of 'Pay No Mind (Who Am I)'.
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WM 022
10 Nov 23
Deep House
Modem
Modem - (4:50) 128 BPM
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WM 023S
02 Nov 23
Minimal/Tech House
Bumps (You Say)
Bumps (You Say) - (5:17) 134 BPM
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WM 022S2
26 Oct 23
Deep House
Cutting Snakes (Keep On Moving)
Cutting Snakes (Keep On Moving) - (5:23) 133 BPM
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WM 022S1
12 Oct 23
Deep House
Love To Do It
Love To Do It - (4:53) 134 BPM Hot
Love To Do It (Mella Dee Law & Disorder mix) - (6:57) 139 BPM
Love To Do It (Mella Dee Split Your Wig mix) - (5:18) 143 BPM
Played by: DJ Mau Mau
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WM 021
21 Apr 23
Techno
Find Love Yourself
Find Love Yourself (Deeper Love mix) - (6:25) 133 BPM
Find Love Yourself - (5:20) 133 BPM Hot
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WM020S 2
27 Jan 23
Techno
Big Eff Off Groove
Big Eff Off Groove - (7:41) 134 BPM
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WM 020
02 Dec 22
Techno
Multiverse
Agent Of Chaos - (5:01) 142 BPM
Cosmic Crusader - (3:35) 144 BPM
Multiverse - (3:56) 144 BPM Hot
Hidden Alien - (4:23) 147 BPM
Review: Following a string of releases for Relief, Balkan and Hardgroove, Black Girl/White Girl sign up to Mella Dee's label. "Agent of Chaos" is an angular minimal track, with its stuttering vocal snippets recalling Baby Ford's Minimal Man project. "Cosmic Crusader" is more contemporary sounding, with the duo dropping visceral kicks and warped percussion. The title track sees Black Girl/White Girl focus again on minimal techno, but this time their attention is on cold bleeps combined with a pulsating rhythm. "Hidden Alien" is also pared back, but this time it's all about tripped out tones and a filtered, driving groove. It's an impressive debut for Warehouse.
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WM 019
25 Nov 22
Techno
Action Reaction
Action Reaction - (6:47) 133 BPM
Fix Penalty - (6:10) 133 BPM Hot
Orderly Fashion - (6:04) 138 BPM
Typer Thing - (5:50) 132 BPM
Review: Following a brief hiatus, Mella Dee's Warehouse Music unveils its first release of 2022 by Liverpool-based duo Matrefakt. They follow up riveting releases on Shall Not Fade, Sous Music and Of Unsound Mind with their four-tracker here called Action Reaction, which showcases some impressive takes on house and techno. From the hypnotic and bass-driven tech house of the title track in the proper UK tech house tradition, things take a more austere turn on the industrial dub techno of "Fix Penalty", then moving back into UK tech house in the vein of Silicone Soul or Schatrax on EP highlight "Orderly Fashion" and going out all guns blazing on the tribal techno funk of "Typer Thing".
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WM 018
18 Mar 22
Minimal/Tech House
Extraneous
Extraneous - (4:39) 128 BPM Hot
Katnip - (6:33) 126 BPM
Go Trip - (7:01) 128 BPM
Some People - (6:39) 129 BPM
Review: Issued on Mella Dee's label, Extraneous is Cici's debut release and it's a memorable first EP. The title track resounds to dense, rumbling break beats and the kind of bowel-shaking bass that is sure to make it a big tune once clubs re-open. "Katnip" sees Cici head down a more esoteric route, with tribal drums providing the backdrop for a mesmerising cacophony of tones and out-there vocal samples. "Go Trip" is more direct and is based on squelchy tones, tough, steely beats and an irresistible rolling groove. Cici revisits this approach for "Some People", with nagging percussion underpinning a dense club track, closing out a fine release that is sure to win the acclaim and attention it deserves.
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WM 017
16 Jul 21
Minimal/Tech House
Red Alert (Mella Dee Remixes)
Red Alert (Mella Dee Panel Beater mix) - (6:12) 138 BPM Hot
Red Alert (Mella Dee Holding On mix) - (5:05) 134 BPM
Review: Here's something unexpected: a fresh spin on Basement Jaxx's nineties dance classic 'Red Alert' courtesy of bassline enthusiast turned techno-rave superstar Mella Dee. The Doncaster native offers up two distinctive interpretations. First, he adds snippets of the Jaxx track's iconic female vocals to heavyweight techno drums and insanely weighty sub-bass on the sweat-soaked 'Panel Beater Mix, before reaching for razor-sharp rave stabs, more densely programmed tribal techno drums, wonky synth-strings and radically pitched-down male vocal samples on the 'Holding On Mix'. Both are quite revolutionary revisions, but that's no bad thing; crucially, both mixes sound like guaranteed peak-time winners.
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WM 016
07 May 21
Minimal/Tech House
A Short Story
A Short Story - (4:13) 137 BPM
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WM 0155S1
05 Feb 21
Techno
Mexicanas
Mexicanas - (7:13) 132 BPM Hot
Mi9nimal Loopy Pumper - (3:32) 138 BPM
Review: Swerving somewhere between deep, pulsating Italian techno done Donato Dozzy style and up tempo percussive bass music something like early Livity Sound...Warehouse Music delivers a third EP for Mella Dee in 2020 not including his split release with Subradeon on Hardgroove from earlier this year. "Minimal Loopy Pumper" says it all in the title really, with some extra percussion thrown in alongside a cut-up vocal snippet and bleepy melody line that's expanded on in bell tones through the pressurized and booming basslines of "Mexicanas". Surfs up!
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WM 0155
04 Dec 20
Deep House
The Muses Come Out At Night
Bakamono - (6:29) 130 BPM
The Oven Door Broke - (5:41) 128 BPM
U Trippin - (6:51) 130 BPM Hot
Review: Berlin-based South Yorkshireman Haider Masroor is Mella Dee's best friend, so it's no surprise to see him popping up on his pal's Warehouse Music imprint following a couple of successful singles on Aus Music. He's naturally brought the goods, too, starting with the bubbly Sheffield bleeps, elongated chords, filthy acid bass, jacking drums and echoing old school vocal samples of 'Bakamono'. 'The Oven Door Broke' sees Masroor wrap squelchy acid lines and sparkling synthesiser lines around a bustling electro beat, while 'U Trippin' is a dreamy, smile-inducing slab of breakbeat hardcore revivalism that comes complete with serious sub-weight and all manner of loved-up vocal samples.
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WM 015
25 Sep 20
Deep House
The Oven Door Broke
The Oven Door Broke - (5:41) 128 BPM
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WM015 S2
18 Sep 20
Electro
Priviet
Priviet - (6:09) 135 BPM Hot
Xeniouski - (6:42) 135 BPM
You Know What I Want - (6:00) 132 BPM
A Base De Kush - (6:11) 136 BPM
Review: Although Ryan Aitchison AKA Mella Dee initially founded Warehouse Music to showcase his rave-igniting wares, he's recently started using the label to showcase other artists' tracks. For this EP he's turned to Iile Records regular Leo Pol, a French producer whose reputation is undoubtedly rising fast. The Parisian producer is in fine form from the off, wrapping tactile deep house chords, undulating piano lines, and jaunty bass around a pumping, peak-time ready beat on "Privet". He goes in even harder on the insanely sub-heavy, electro-meets-techno bounce of standout "Xeniouski", before delivering a more robotic form of electro on "I Know What You Want". Closer "A Base De Kus", meanwhile, is a deliciously dark and mind-altering slab of acid-fired techno intensity.
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WM 014
11 Sep 20
Deep House
Bakamono
Bakamono (radio edit) - (3:45) 130 BPM
Review: The ascendant Haider Masroor releases his second EP of 2020 on his musical comrade Mella Dee's Warehouse Music imprint. The hotly tipped Sheffield born, Berlin-based producer and DJ follows up promising releases on Aus Music and Breaker Breaker with the track "Bakamono". This one is very ravey with its Reese bassline and fierce breakbeats, while all the same completely euphoric. Sure to get them on the dancefloor with its bass-driven bounce - tip!
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WM015S 1
04 Sep 20
Deep House
Sidney Street
Sidney Street - (5:23) 131 BPM Hot
Dev Green - (4:17) 135 BPM
Eccy Road - (4:49) 136 BPM
Copley Road - (5:19) 133 BPM
Review: Long before he became one of British dance music's most admired techno party-starters, Mella Dee was educated on the dancefloors of South Yorkshire's bassline clubs, and in particular notorious Sheffield venue Niche. Here he pays tribute to the iconic club in fine fashion on "Sidney Street" (the title is a reference to the club's most famous location). The title track may use thumping techno drums, but the rest of the cut's musical elements - memorable female vocal samples, echoing piano riffs and, most importantly, serious sub-bass pressure - come straight from the bassline playbook. He continues to pay tribute to the sound that shaped him elsewhere on the EP, too, from the bustling beats and memorable riffs of "Dev Green", to the deeper vibes of the dark garage bass-propelled "Copley Road".
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WM 013
26 Jun 20
Deep House
Sidney Street
Sidney Street (radio edit) - (3:25) 131 BPM
Review: In an artistic change of direction, Mella Dee moves from his typical tough techno sound towards a somewhat more accessible style. "Sidney Street" was recorded in honour of Niche, a Sheffield nightclub that is credited with pioneering the bassline sound. It also underlines his flexibility as an artist; revolving around a rolling garage bass and tight drums, he drops a high-pitched vocal loop that has echoes of old school hardcore, a sound that was also once popular in the north of England. While "Sidney Street" is sure to open up Mella Dee to a whole new audience, it also showcases his diversity as an artist.
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WM 013S 1
29 May 20
Minimal/Tech House
Transmit
Transmit (original mix) - (7:08) 120 BPM
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WH 011
03 Feb 20
Deep House
Ridgewood
Ridgewood - (6:53) 133 BPM Hot
Toast - (7:28) 136 BPM
Sidewalk Surfer - (5:10) 133 BPM
Ridgewood (Yoofy mix) - (5:50) 132 BPM
Rockport XCS - (5:16) 134 BPM
Maplins - (4:50) 136 BPM
Review: Mella Dee bounces back on his Warehouse Music label with this club-primed release. The title track leads the listener on a journey through 90s minimal techno, with chattering percussion accompanying analogue yelps and a wiry rhythm. The tempo moves up a few gears on "Toast" and "Sidewalk Surfer", with Dee applying roughly the same hardware-driven approach, albeit set to more pace-y backing tracks. "Maplins" resounds to grainy kicks and raw percussive ticks, sounding like it was inspired by Neil Landstrumm's 90s work for Tresor, while on "Rockport Xcs", the singular techno producer delivers detuned chords against a skippy, rolling groove.
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WM 012
31 Jan 20
Minimal/Tech House
Deep Down
Deep Down (original mix) - (8:36) 120 BPM
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WH 010
30 Jan 20
Deep House
Can't Stop
Can't Stop (Lovin U) - (6:39) 130 BPM Hot
Comin At Cha - (7:25) 130 BPM
Touch It - (5:44) 130 BPM
Can U Feel It - (6:31) 130 BPM
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WM 011
08 Nov 19
Techno
Techno Belters
Techno Belter - (6:34) 134 BPM Hot
Silver Street - (5:38) 136 BPM
Jack U Later (Floatation Device mix) - (4:50) 134 BPM
Stack Select - (5:12) 135 BPM
Review: Despite its name, Mella Dee's new release isn't a mindlessly banging, peak-time affair. The title track resounds to hypnotic chimes and bells, as he lays down a rolling, streamlined groove. Similarly, "Silver Street" revolves around a lithe, frenetic rhythm that features skipping percussion and a subtle aesthetic, even though it clocks in at close to 140bpm. On "Jack U Later (Floatation Device Mix)", the UK producer maintains a similar tempo but goes deeper, with hypnotic electronic hooks unravelling over solid drums. Dee's approach makes for a complex, masterfully crafted EP, as the sample-heavy, wiry minimalism of "Stack Select" further demonstrates.
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WM 010
27 Sep 19
Techno
When You Gonna Learn
When You Gonna Learn - (9:48) 134 BPM
When You Gonna Learn (Spencer Parker's Workdub) - (6:29) 133 BPM
When You Gonna Learn (Mella Dee mix) - (6:24) 134 BPM Hot
Played by: Marco Faraone
Review: Spencer Parker makes a rare appearance outside of his Work Them label with this hard-hitting EP. Issued on Mella Dee's label, the release starts with the title track's jagged piano stabs, firing percussion and a gurgling acid line. It's the fastest, most intense track that Parker has produced to date and is a sure-fire peak time bomb. Parker's own 'Workdub' isn't quite as heavy, with the Work Them boss focusing on a dub-heavy bass and relentless snares. The same can't be said for Mella Dee's take; dropping doom-laden vocals and a rising siren riff, the arrangement is effortlessly filtered in and out of a buzz-saw bass.
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WM 009
21 Jun 19
Techno
North Bridge
North Bridge - (6:01) 133 BPM Hot
Natural Unrefined - (6:03) 132 BPM
Truffle (Don mix) - (5:58) 129 BPM
Truffle (Dam mix) - (6:02) 129 BPM
Review: Although he has been releasing music since 2012, Mella Dee aka Ryan Aitchison has really gained attention with material on his own Warehouse Music label. The title track is a firing, driving affair, led by a surging chord sequence and percussive volleys. "Natural Unrefined" sees Aitchison take a step back to the 90s with a pounding, steely rhythm that has echoes of Lost Recordings and Planetary Assault Systems. There's a similar approach on "Truffle (Don Mix)", albeit with Aitchison dropping a more wiry, jacking groove, while the 'Dam Mix' of the same track is a wonderfully, tripped out acid version, underpinned by shuffling, grainy drums.
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WM 008
12 Apr 19
Techno
Exactly Mate
Passing Me By - (6:39) 132 BPM Hot
Club Vibe - (5:07) 127 BPM
Exactly Mate - (4:09) 132 BPM
Out Of Love - (6:08) 132 BPM
Review: Whether or not he spent his youth dancing in South Yorkshire warehouses with pupils the size of dinner plates, Mella Dee certainly makes music that sounds like he did. Check, for example, the swirling spoken word samples, rushing piano loops and bombastic beats of "Passing Me By", the cut that opens the producer's latest EP on his own excellent Warehouse Music imprint. Similarly muscular and peak-time friendly is the mind-bending "Club Vibe" - all twisted, acid style electronics and restless grooves - and the Dennis Sulta style disco-pump of "Out Of Love", whose dreamy chords come straight from an old Salsoul classic. "Exactly Mate" caps a pretty flawless year for Mella Dee and follows his recent BBC Radio 1 Essential Mix and a couple of stand out contributions to the always killer Shall Not Fade label.
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WM 007
30 Nov 18
Techno
Jam One
Stutter (Minimal Mix) - (8:30) 128 BPM Hot
Collision - (7:11) 125 BPM
Stutter - (8:30) 128 BPM
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WM 006
07 Sep 18
Techno
Ryan Aitchison
DN5 - (5:55) 130 BPM Hot
Corruption - (5:30) 130 BPM
Auxiliary - (5:00) 131 BPM
Review: Warehouse is an imprint established by Ryan Aitchison, a fast-rising producer who usually releases under the Mella Dee alias. For the eponymous, fourth instalment on the label, he shows why he has been touted as one of techno's most promising artists. "DN5" is a rolling, drum-heavy affair that builds and breaks thanks to the use of effective filters. On "Corruption", the UK producer heads down a different route, deploying a snaking groove that is based on disco's darker roots. "Auxiliary" sees Aitchison focus on an entirely different style, with skipping electro drums underpinning grimy acid lines and rough filters. It's no wonder that he is so highly rated.
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WM 004
02 Mar 18
Techno
Button
Button - (6:38) 118 BPM
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WH 009
11 Dec 17
Deep House
WM003
Cloud One - (6:00) 130 BPM Hot
World Dance - (6:38) 128 BPM
Review: Ryan Aitchison aka Mella Dee is back on the fuming Warehouse Music imprint with three boiling-hot, golden era house cuts for the headz! In fact, the opening "Techno Disco Tool", as the name suggests, is a wondrous loop of high-powered soul, backed by an electrifying shade of FX filtering. On the flip, "Cloud One" is driven by a strong disco sample loop, taking it to some seriously euphoric lavels on the dancefloor, and "World Dance" dives right into the middle of the rave with its hypnotic techno sonics and harsh, intricate percussion loops. Three full-blown BOMBS!
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WM 003B
01 Dec 17
Techno
Woodlands
Take It - (6:56) 130 BPM
Woodlands - (6:50) 132 BPM Hot
Paul & Shark - (6:18) 124 BPM
Played by: Space Echo
Review: The second offering from Warehouse Music: the new imprint brought by London based DJ Mella Dee. Growing up in South Yorkshire, Dee (real name Ryan Aitchison) developed early musical influences originating from the warehouse sounds of the northern region. With a respectful nod to the influence this had on him, Aitchison strives to create his own take on warehouse music with his new project. Starting off with the hard hitting yet euphoric disco loops of "Take It" that's reminiscent of Robert Hood's Floorplan project, then we've got the classic rave business of "Paul & Shark" with its trippy acid style synths, Orbital style strings and hammering beats geared for some some retroactive/strobed out shenanigans on the dancefloor. WM002 is pressed to neon pink vinyl with a bespoke hand-stamp design of the infamous Doncaster Warehouse.
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WM 002
08 Sep 17
Techno
Warehouse Music 001
Music Controls You - (5:59) 130 BPM Hot
Expansion - (6:03) 128 BPM
Movement - (5:58) 130 BPM
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WM 001
19 May 17
Techno
Best Of Warehouse Music Vol 2
Al Chord - "Want To Be" - (8:47) 120 BPM
Feinmotorik - "Hallucinogenic Effect" - (7:03) 120 BPM
Feinmotorik - "I See The Summer" - (5:45) 123 BPM
Juliez & Rob L - "Common Taste" - (7:30) 130 BPM
Flembaz - "Network" - (7:41) 133 BPM Hot
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WHVA 002
23 May 16
Deep House
Halluzinogenic Effect
Hallucinogenic Effect - (7:03) 120 BPM Hot
I Miss That Day - (5:47) 121 BPM
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WH 008
20 Jul 15
Deep House
Want To Be
Want To Be - (8:47) 120 BPM
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WH 007
23 Mar 15
Deep House
Best Of Warehouse Music Vol I
Various
Nicolas Harver - "You" (original mix) - (6:06) 120 BPM
Feinmotorik - "Dub Society" (original mix) - (5:14) 119 BPM Hot
Feinmotorik - "One Way" (Michael Otten remix) - (5:56) 124 BPM
Nicolas Harver & Feinmotorik - "I'm Alright" (original mix) - (6:11) 123 BPM
Feinmotorik - "Out Of Time" (Al Chord Timeless remix) - (8:15) 120 BPM
Feinmotorik - "Shades" (Bessiff remix) - (6:37) 121 BPM
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WHVA 001
26 Jan 15
Deep House
Out Of Time EP
Out Of Time (original mix) - (6:46) 120 BPM
Out Of Time (Al Chord Timeless remix) - (8:15) 120 BPM
I See The Summer (original mix) - (5:45) 123 BPM Hot
Dub Society (original mix) - (5:14) 119 BPM
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WH 006
13 Oct 14
Progressive House
Shades
Shades (original mix) - (6:40) 123 BPM
Shades (Al Chord remix) - (6:54) 124 BPM Hot
Shades (Bessiff remix) - (6:37) 121 BPM
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WH 005
15 Sep 14
Deep House
One Way
One Way (original mix) - (7:02) 125 BPM Hot
One Way (Michael Otten remix) - (5:56) 124 BPM
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WH 002
12 May 14
Minimal/Tech House
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