“We are back again for another installment of electronic dancefloor weaponry from RW HQ! Always searching for freshness we have a combination of 2 artists to (excuse the promo cliche!) seriously watch out for… We are excited to have on board … Continue reading →
“Desaturating classic West Coast hip-hop tropes and chemically altering them for UV and laser lit club play, Sishi Rosch’s ‘Killa Booty EP’ is straight (house) gangster”. – Joe Roberts (DJ Mag) Get ready for another aural onslaught from the infallible … Continue reading →
James Zabiela’s debut release on his long-awaited label is announced. ‘The Healing’ is released on December 10th with the strongest of remix packages. The legendary and much loved Hot Chip lead the way with Midland, Gang Colours and Club Root … Continue reading →
“Despite the shiny new imprint, Easier to Hide just seems like four more Maya jams at first glance: sexy and practically bursting with sly melody. The sound palette is certainly familiar. But more than anything, I Am Me’s maiden voyage … Continue reading →
Matt Tolfrey is a fixture of modern house music that can feel a definite sense of pride over his achievements. Once a young upstart who was championed by DJs as diverse as Craig Richards and Pete Tong, he’s now a … Continue reading →
Boston beat boi Tanner Ross is finally back, with another embodiment of his signature take on future EFUNK. Ranging from creamy nostalgic R&B featuring PillowTalk, Slow Hands and Jesse Rennix to tripped out weirdness in collaboration with Lonely C and … Continue reading →
Paul Mad – the young talent from Hungary – comes back with three quality tracks for Sintope.Chance – it’s a great fall track, high quality crafted – great vocals that melts perfectly with the other elements and a lot of … Continue reading →
‘Toolroom Goes Deep’ returns for its third outing, showcasing the deeper side of Toolroom Records though an impressive array of Toolroom favourites and previously unreleased exclusives.
‘Toolroom Records Goes Deep’ is crammed full of the biggest Deep House from established and emerging artists. Ranging from deep and melodic with tracks from Hot Since 82 and Hackman to garage-inspired cuts from Vanilla Ace, Prince Club and Bordertown, to techy rollers from Supernova, Doomwork and Tapesh. With an impressive array of exclusives to be discovered, including Eelke Kleijn’s ‘Onderhuids’, Honey Dijon & Jerome Robins’ ‘Wanting’ and Deep City Groove’s ‘Don’t Want Don’t Need’, alongside tried and trusted Toolroom favourites like Dusky’s remix of Cloud 9’s ‘Do You Want Me Baby’, Mark Knight’s remix of Submotion Orchestra’s ‘Thinking’ and Robosonic’s rework of Johnny Corporate’s ‘Sunday Shoutin’. The compilation boasts an unparalleled selection of upfront, unreleased and unmatched tracks.
With a massive 40 tracks in total and three full-length DJ mixes, ‘Toolroom Goes Deep 3’ takes you on a journey through the different sounds and styles of Deep House.
Berlin’s Alex Niggemann is one of an exciting new run of artists to arrive on Steve Bug’s established Poker Flat Recordings, bringing fresh, high quality house music to the world’s dancefloors. Described in his biography as persistent and straight-ahead his debut full-length album, marks the important next chapter in this dedicated producer’s development.
Recently voted Resident Advisor’s TOP LABEL for 2011, this compilation shows exactly why. The admirable Rebel Rave series is back for round two, showcasing new versions of the best releases from 2011′s most forwarding thinking label, Crosstown Rebels, with disc three mixed by high flying LA three-piece collective Droog. In what proved to be the biggest year to date, Rebel Rave returns with another three discs of upfront material from the Crosstown Rebels recent catalogue. Digging up treasures from their notorious artists Jamie Jones and head honcho Damian Lazarus, a sea of new faces in Russ Yallop, Fur Coat and Quenum, and highlights from seminal albums from the year from Deniz Kurtel, Art Department and Maceo Plex, the collection is a map of their climb to the top of the house music circuit. The first two discs are unmixed and span buried B-sides, reedits and remixes from some of this year’s biggest releases. Disc three is an illustrious stream of forthcoming and fresh material from the imprint stiched together by LA’s Droog. Hypnotic and alluring, this timeless journey cements a victorious year for both the imprint and its expanding family of artists. Continue reading →