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16.03.

Sasac - Legowelt / Dos Attack - Eddie Ness

Deep House Techno Nu Disco recommended

 
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Sasac - Talking God (Alliance Upholstery)

"Talking God" by disco and funkatronic boogie producer Sasac from Stockholm is the audio base for the second issue of the NY based imprint Alliance Upholstery that brings Sasac's original version hand in hand with three additional remix goodies by the likes of Eddie C, Alex Israel and Benedek. An ensemble that proves to be a pretty well-tempered selection to build some kind of homogeneous disco deviation. While the original version comes as a slow 'n' smooth, new-age kissed, analogue disco vibe with open canopy grooves, Eddie C. fastens his interpretation into a gently uplifting disco house tune with airy repetition, while Alex Israel provides some warmly disco trippin', Detroit slow acid moments before Benedek shifts back into the 80?s boogie feel with his moody breakbeat disco version. A great EP to cover most of the possibly occurring slow disco needs. Like it!

Legowelt / Dos Attack - Alien Abduction / Flue (Riverette)

The Spanish label Riverette started to offer a great split EP with house goodies these days. On "Alien Abduction/Flue" the infamous Dutch producer Legowelt and the Madrid based newcomers Dos Attack are brought together for a balanced musical contrast. While Legowelt's "Alien Abduction" unfolds a heavy driving and Chicago rooted club ride with that certain kind of 70's vintage TV series rhodes thrill, the warm and deepfunkin' "Flue" by Dos Attack comes along as a slowly and sensitively trippy aftherhour mood with airy FXs bleeps and touching bass groove - both united within a strong cinematic feel to them and in just being some timeless housemusic. Indeed great!

Eddie Ness - Afro (Lehult)

On their 4th installment the fresh Hamburg centered imprint Lehult introduces the music enthusiast Eddie Ness and his first solo output to their label roster. Alongside his commitment for electronic productions the young Hamburg fellow is also one half of the DJ duo Epikur, that's holding residencies at his hometown club PAL and Der Stur in Muenster, while he's also jiggling the drumkit at the psychosurf band Sick Hyenas. On his first EP entitled "Afro" Eddie Ness shows his approach on modern deep house with some catchy and playful floor grooves that go between jolly jazzfunkin' dope house, percussive afterhour dance hypnosis and deep Detroitish future electronics. As a special treatment Borrowed Identity as another music devotee tuned in with a deeply acid infected club adjustment of "Ombre". What a start and warmly recommended for you housemusic lovers! Love it!


Written by Jan (WPP Staff)
 
 
16.03.2016 - 16:10 – by Hendrik Warnke / hendrik@wordandsound.net

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