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Deep House

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11 track debut album by Art Department. The project of the Toronto based producers Kenny Glasgow and Johnny White released with "Without You" one of the acclaimedreleases in 2010. The track
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11 track debut album by Art Department. The project of the Toronto based producers Kenny Glasgow and Johnny White released with "Without You" one of the acclaimedreleases in 2010. The track is included on "The Drawing Board" as well as the previously released single's second track "Vampire Nightclub", a cooperation with lyrics by Seth Troxler. He also contributes his vocals to "Living The Life" which is released on the self titled single release (CRM073), there additionally supported by the "Aba Therapy Version". The three tracks seem to transport the album's fundament with its dark and synth driven sound figures, stripped down grooves and Kenny Glasgow's voice in the best public way. A rather classic underground deep house momentum appears in "We call love" feat. Soul Clap & Osunlade which beat arrangement manages to subtly focus to the interplay of Glasgow's main vocals and the chorus' answer: "guide me to this thing/ we called love.   Additionally the album transports various references to the heritage of soul, disco and  (vocal) house music. For example using a sample Seal's "Killer" in the chicago house cut  "What does this sound like" or the similar percussive bass line to "Is it all over my Face" in "Tell Me Why (Part 1)". The most addictive moment of the album seems to be its start with the remake of Satoshie Tomie's  (just recently re released) 1990's NY/ Chicago house classic: "And I loved You" (feat. Arnold Jarvis)" while it ends up in the epic temper of "I C U". (Hendrik)  
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DJ Comments (8)

Lee Foss

this is brilliant, i´mpossible to pick a favorite. will play loads of these and definitely put the whole thing on at home as well which is always nice.

Kiki

the most anticipated album in house music and it surely doesn´t dissapoint!

Solomun

much too much is a hit. love the whole album!

Slow Hands

Synth in Much Too Much might be the catchiest thing ever!

Dubshape

true masterpiece! love it.

Craig Richards

fresh as a dasiy.

Groove Armada

great album nice tunes.

James What

classic tunes, love it.
 
 
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