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27.07.

Reviews: Mountain People, Christonia5, Hokuto Sato

Deep House Techno recommended

 
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The Mountain People – Mountain011.3 (Mountain People)

The Mountain People are back with another rollin’ house blaster after a five-year hiatus. The duo from Switzerland that is also known as Rozzo and Serafin started back in 2006 with their Mountain People imprint and became dj’s favourites for many lovers of deep as well as driving house sounds with their plain and multifunctional groove weapons. “Mountain011.3” is the digital companion of their 11th installment and brings a synthie driven house berserk, with slighty dark atmosphere, trippy sound adds and the typical Mountain People shuffle groove spiral that as crispy and pumpy as hell. PHAT TUNE!


Christonia5 – The Nature in You (Goldmin Music)

A pack of beautiful deep and dubby scapes have been delivered by Christonia5 via her EP “The Nature In You” on Goldmin Music. Despite a few appearances before on Trucs Et Astuces, KOSMO Netlabel, Echogarden there is not much information to be found on this dub tech and experimental producer and dj. A circumstance that can pleasantly keep the music in focus, which definitely deserves a proper listen in here. All titles on “The Nature In You” deal with a dense organic atmosphere that has been woven like a trippy sound carpet around slow and subbass led grooves with subtle sound textures. An EP for moments with inner calmness and a woofer. TIP!


Hokuto Sato – Jazz on the Moon (Neovinyl Recordings)

Gently driving and jazz infected deepness is what Hokuto Sato brings with his “Jazz on the Moon” EP on Neovinyl Recordings. With appearances on Aura Music, Thema Recordings or Roundabout Sounds over the past two years the Japanese producer has already marked his special sense for pleasant deepness and warm flowing house music. “Jazz on the Moon” ties on there with mellow jazz rhodes and wind instruments, a pinch of psychedelic soul and reduced drum machine grooves for sounds to smoothly drift away on the dance floor. Moody goodness!
 
Written by Jan (WPP Staff)

 
 
27.07.2015 - 13:27 – by Hendrik Warnke / hendrik@wordandsound.net

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