These bits do the business. All out in the past fortnight unless stated otherwise.
Fathers & Sons Productions – FAS008 (Father & Sons Productions)
A while ago Fathers & Sons Productions announced their eighth release. This week they announced that this release finally will be in the stores. This Ibiza-based only vinyl label brings another stunning release to the people.
Lowris – AAA (Concealed Sounds)
The fifth release on Concealed Sounds is delivered by a very talented artist known as, Lowris. He is a resident DJ at the leading and much respected French underground party called Concrete in Paris as well as releasing critically acclaimed releases on his Aeternum label. For Concealed he offers two original tracks, starting off with “AAA” which is a long stripped down hypnotic journey thru sound and rhythm. The second track being, “Btass”, which is a more minimalistic house groover. As a treat they invited no other then our favourite Danish producer S.A.M. to rework the title track. S.A.M. goes very deep on this one and transforms “AAA” into a moody house affair that will suit the after hour very well.
The Wise Caucasian (Steve O’Sullivan) – Kutchie Dub (Sushitech)
This record is just amazing. Steve O’Sullivan proves again that he belongs to the best producers on the earth right now. Sushitech is also one of MEOKO’s favourite.
Jordan Peak – Cause for Concern (Air London)
Jordan Peak makes a stellar return to the Air London imprint with the ‘Cause For Concern EP’. This EP is a three-track collection from the London based producer. The ever on-point Jordan Peak has been continually delivering striking and versatile material over the past four years, releasing records via some leading labels in underground house and techno, such as Tsuba, Robsoul, Bass Culture and One Records.
Mr. G – Breed 002 (Breed)
Mr G on Kris Wadsworth very own label. This record has the superb jacking and grooving Mr. G style. Cut and Mastering by CGB at Dubplates and Mastering in Berlin. BREED is owned and operated by Kris Wadsworth in Berlin. We definitely love ‘crab jerk’ the most of the two tracks on this release, but of course you can decide for yourself.