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Category Archives: Deep House

Martyn – U1-U8

Some nice Housey doings from his 2015 EP “Falling For You”.

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Octo Octa – Fleeting Moments Of Freedom (Wooo)

Cracking underground House from Brooklyn-based Maya Bouldry-Morrison, and is from their 2017 album ‘Where Are We Going?’.

Innerspace Halflife – Body Flicker

Deep and lovely Chicago House. You know the kind, the kind that is as futuristic and spaced out as Detroit Techno. Yeah, that kind; from this duo’s 2015 EP ‘Village Hidden In The Sound’

Nick Curly – Static

The Mannheim man gives us some deep, Techy, Dubby House that’s meticulously crafted. From 2007.

A Guy Called Gerald – Live @ His Studio, 11th of February 2017

Just a guy (called Gerald) chilling at his studio and doin’ a little jam; for 5 hours. This man is still ahead of the game as far as we’re concerned, and no matter what you think of his seeming arrogance at times, the guy is a class act that delivers stunning Techno in all of its flavours and shades. Gerald manages to hit spots where the music is tough, trippy, sexy, and, importantly, retains serious groovage. This is Techno. He did this on the 11th of February, 2017. If you haven’t had a chance to see him do this live, then take it when it does come.

A Guy Called Gerald – @ RTS.FM; 16.04.2011: LIVE

Gerald doing his thing; including covering Adonis’ ‘No Way Back’, and playing out his own stone cold hit ‘Voodoo Ray’.; as well as a version of 808 State’s ‘Pacific’ (Gerald was in 808 State then and, many say, was the guy who wrote it). This guy is a true UK Techno hero; along with the likes of Baby Ford, Andrew Weatherall, and Mark Broom. Goes all DnB at the end, which is a shame; but worth a  look for the first hour and 15 minutes.

Mr.C @ The Elephant Hotel – 09/11/2014 – presented by Lets Get Minimal (LGM)

Fantastic set from Mr. Superfreq; involving Deep House, Tech-House, and plenty of Acid.

Baby Ford – Built In

Restrained, soulful Deep House with some odd vocal samples thrown in for good measure. This is from Ford’s 2003 album ‘Basking In The Brakelights’.

DJ Sprinkles – Grand Central Part 1 (MCDE Bassline Dub)

Terre Thaemlitz delivers some serious Deep House under his DJ Sprinkles guise; this is from a, now, rare 2009 EP called ‘Sisters, I Don’t Know What This World Is Coming To’. The bassline on this is just lovely.

Art Department – Without You

Lovely deep and dark House from 2010. This is a close relative of Konrad Black’s ‘Medusa Smile’.

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