Ceri will release her new EP ‘I Need You to Make Me Sweat’ via her Find Your Own Records on 3rd December.
The three-track release follows the vinyl-only imprint’s debut in October 2017 with the recent DJ Mag interviewee’s 'Life Holstee' EP. ‘I Need You to Make Me Sweat’, like its predecessor, finds the DJ/producer once again drawing from classic Chicago and Detroit influences but with an ever-present UK edge keeping things fresh.
Before her biggest year to date winds down, Cinthie has a few more tricks up her sleeve.
The Berlin club stalwart, Beste Modus, we_r_house and 803 Crystalgrooves imprint founder and Elevate collective and record store boss has been branching into the production realm more in the past year. Following her superb ‘No Need To Worry’ EP on 803 Crystalgrooves, Cinthie will release ‘Trust’ via ever-reliable Aus Music.
Lady Blacktronika will release her ‘Wax Cylinder Only’ collection on 19th October via Meda Fury.
The longstanding San Jose-born, Berlin-based house innovator follows up last year’s ‘A Lonely Space Program’ LP on Skylax sub-label Skylax Extra Series with this 11-track double pack of new productions and older digital tracks that never had a vinyl release.
As Lord of the Isles, Neil McDonald has always made music that strikes a perfect balance between otherworldly and grounded, feeling simultaneously mythical and pastoral. Cosmic disco and house synths and basslines fuse with heady, earthy grooves have served to make his tracks stand out in whatever set they may appear in while never feeling out of place or brash. Listening to Lord of the Isles can, in the right moment, feel as natural as breathing.
Demuja will release his new EP ‘Classic Warrior’ on 4th October and, folks, it’s excellent. Obviously.
The house upstart has been making wave after wave the past while with tracks like ‘Do you Want My Love’ and ‘Loose Legs’ racking up over a million views on YouTube.
Denis Sulta has launched a new imprint of his Sulta Selects label in the form of Silver Service. First up on the new branch is Berlin-based former Belfast club stalwart Cromby, who delivers three peak time club huts that cast a devoted eye to classic house and electro sounds forms.
Dirt Crew Recordings is one of those labels that always brings the jazzy groove. Their forthcoming ‘Deep Love 2018’ compilation is no exception.
Set for release on 10th September, the seventh edition of the label’s compilation series features 10 cuts from some of their most prominent artists, including Ponty Mython, Harry Wolfman and Times Are Ruff.
The kick-drum drops out, reach towards the ceiling, the air is filled with whoops and whistles. Then a long whoosh of white noise simultaneously builds the tension whilst signalling the fact that the kick and b-line are about to drop. When they do, everyone is briefly animated for a minute, but then the energy in the room starts to flag — but don’t worry, because they’ll be another near-identical breakdown in about thirty seconds where we can all do it again.
You’re living in Europe now after a long stint in NYC. Why did you decide to move over?
Nostalgia in dance music can be annoying. It can lead to tired legend worship, uninspiring sets and a lethargic lack of growth. In knowledgeable, sincere and careful hands however, nostalgia can sound pretty fantastic, inspiring the sort of feeling you get from watching a movie you love for the first time in years or from meeting an old friend.