Vuew’s artistic vision is to curate a platform where forward-thinking meets the arts of organic and detailed-orientated underground dance music that dominates Southern & Baja California, with both Lefthook and Paulo embodying that vision on their “Once In The West” EP.
Birmingham-based collective of Dubøka has made a name for himself over the last couple of years, gathering together the ro-minimal enthusiasts and giving life to crazy parties inviting Arapu, Mihai Pol, Gescu, and SIT among local talents. They’re now throwing their very first vinyl-only release EP which comes from the hands of young talented BRYZ and, as the title suggests, is dedicated to their home town, with the talented Romanian bringing three of his trademark groovy productions.
Following their first groundbreaking release, Edit Piaf comes back with 2 dancefloor-oriented edits from secret artists.
Limited white label from Barcelona
Mastering by Arnold Toutain
Press by Deepgrooves
Distributed by The Vinyl Temple
Vitess (YOY, Nuances de Nuit) is making a name from himself thanks to massive joyful retro-modern electro anthems, and his latest one on iO (Mulen)’s label Hoarder is no exception, as the French producer once again delivers four essential club cuts.
After having released, trippy-dynamic cuts from the likes of Rowlanz, Pascal Benjamin, and Kirik among others, Gran Canaria’s Focus On Egoless returns with yet another EP on board by label’s head Moray and Andrew aka Different Reflexion. Titled “Alfrent Vicent”, the EP features three massive bold-paced originals and a great re-interpretation by Honne Music co-owner Dieru who opts for hypnotic and catchy vibes to get on his remix of “Ni Pastis Ni Ketis”.
French maestro The Mekanism is back with more of his well-crafted beats, this time on the Adrianza Records label with two new singles that get remixed by label boss Adrianza & Lou Flores. Title track “LouLou” gets remixed by Adrianza & Lou Flores into another heady house cut with rich sci-fi motifs, sleek synths, and real warmth.
The entitled “Hours” marks a new chapter for producer & DJ, Thomas Macdonald as he says farewell to his previous alias of 6 years. An exciting new beginning in such bleak and uncertain times has proven to be just what he needed, delivering two dancefloor-ready tracks for when clubbing and nightlife returns. Now available to purchase from Bandcamp.
Engineering & Mastering by Chris ‘Bunny’ Warren Cold Water Studios. Artwork by Thomas Macdonald.
Mike Gill, Nick Gynn, and Johnny Hunter’s Superlux Records opens up its 2021 release schedule this February with a fourteen-track VA. Superlux 004: Lost In The Future is the label’s first compilation release and sees a myriad of artists make their debut, including Voigtmann, Krywald & Farrer, and many more.
Ground Control arrives courtesy of LVCA and Matman, a celestial club-cut that reflects the mysterious nature of the pair with an array of alien-like bleeps throughout.