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Review: Tilman – Back to the People – Fine

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With the second release Tilman, one half of the team behind Fine, takes over. No artwork, just a simple stamp and great music. There’s nothing that distracts you from the thing that counts: the music. Tilman crafted 4 superb house cuts that offer some neat sampling, downtempo, deepness and an old school feeling. In the end four very warm and soulful tracks made their way onto the „Back to the People“ EP. Positive music for the dark and cold winter period.

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Review: DJ Loser – DJ Loser – Bliq

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Bliq showcasts DJ Loser’s self titled debut as their 15th release so far. If you take a closer look you will notice that the label already was a platform for many talents that debuted their first physical release on. This time you hear 4 powerful tracks on the a- and b-side, with 3 original tracks and 1 remix by Seixlack. Rough and raw house sounds melt together with driving drums, a bit of acid and lo-fi sound design. Keep reading

Review: Unknown Artist – Apollo – Olympos

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The second release from Olympos is called „Apollo“ and once again delivers a nice variety of contemporary club tracks from the fields of house and techno. Apollo is the god of light, cure and spring in Greek mythology to bring you the title a bit closer. As usual the artist behind this EP stays unknown for now, nevertheless it’s obvious that whoever it is really has some great sense for crafting sharp and powerful rhythms. After the strong first release the label from Greek keeps up his great effort and shapes his profile once more. Keep reading

Review: Simon Ferdinand – Kingsize EP – Polycarp

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The „Kingsize EP“ is the debut release on Simon Ferdinand’s very own and freshly founded Polycarp Records imprint. With several releases on labels like Night Drive Music, Landed Records and Frank Music he already put his name on the map. Now with his new label he has a proper foundation to release his own tracks and works from friends and artists that match his idea or share his vision of contemporary house music. With the „Kingsize EP“ he sticks to his sound with loop-based and clearly structured club tracks that are still playful and come with a certain drive. The first release is a solid package of three original tracks and a decent Map.ache remix off the title track. Keep reading

Ohrenschmaus Podcast #041 – Estimulo

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Estimulo took care of our 41st mix in the Ohrenschmaus Podcast series after quite a long break. Warm and soulful chords meet elegantly played saxophones. Classic deep house meets jazzy instruments and samples. The feeling of the good old days comes back instantly while listening to Estimulo’s great selection. We were listening to his mixes and podcasts for many years now already and really enjoy his smooth mixing, the selection of old and new, known and unknown gems from his well sorted record collection. This one is pure class and pure joy for all the true house lovers out there. Please have fun with Estimulo’s contribution. Thanks, your Ohrenschmaus Podcast.

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Review: Interstate – Untitled EP – Whytenumbers

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Interstate’s Untitled EP marks the first release for the newly founded Whytenumbers label. The strange spelling of „whyte“ is a small hint to the main label it belongs to, we are talking about Blaqnumbers of course. While Blaqnumbers always played with a bit of downtempo and hip hop elements in combination with raw and deep house sounds, Whytenumbers now gets a bit more experimental and takes those elements more serious, as well as serving a bit of uptempo house as well. Interstate’s EP clearly depicts a strong relationship to early hip hop and electronic influences throughout. Four sublime tracks came across the road and build a great debut release for the Whytenumbers imprint. Keep reading

Review: Vicmari – Vicmari – Eclipser Chaser

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Vicmari is an up and coming artist from Durban, South Africa. South Africa’s vital house scene should be known by almost any of us with it’s love for deep and highly emotive house tracks. On Eclipser Chaser Vicmari not just releases his first vinyl he also releases a full album which goes by the name „Audiodidact“. While the LP comes out in digital form there will be an album sampler on vinyl, which is the one we will talk about in this review. The sampler will be the 7th release by Eclipser Chaser and Vicmari follows up artists like Warten Borgmann, DJ Honesty and Tommy Vicari Jnr. A nicely done and modern house EP with 3 original tracks and a superb Cab Drivers remix. Keep reading

Ohrenschmaus Podcast – Hip Hop Selection #015

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We are finally back with a selection after quite a while, this time we wanted to focus on German rap tracks and some laidback beats. All easily done as before, new meets old and aligns in terms of quality. Half of the records come from my own collection, but for the newer stuff I picked a heavy stack from the collection of my girlfriend Rita. Smoothness guaranteed, your Ohrenschmaus Podcast. Tracks by Eloquent, Mirko Machine, Kev Brown, Brenk Sinatra, Gibmafuffi, MC Bomber, Miles Davis, Buena Vista Social Club, Dude & Phaeb, Slowy & 12 Vince, FloFilz, Morlockk Dilemma, Retrogott, Döll and many more.

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Review: Michael Melchner – π Came First – Colt Music

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Michael Melchner is back in business with his π Came First EP for Madrid’s very own Colt Music label. After several releases on labels like Concealed Sounds, Paragram, DoEasy, Love Letters From Oslo and many more, Michael once again shows us his idea of minimalistic house and techno that clearly relies on simple structures and a driving groove to keep dancers and clubgoers over the world in motion. For the third release by Colt Music he sticks to his strengths and offers a nicely done thee track EP. He joins the label after records from Hamid and a re-release by Brian Harden which also offered minimalistic and grooving tracks to the young label’s catalogue. Keep reading

Review: Trux – Trux – Office Recordings

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Office Recordings‘ 7th release came out a couple of days ago, displaying a brand new style of contemporary music. With catalogue nr. 7 by Baaz’s very own Berlin based imprint it’s not about club playtime, this release is for connoisseurs of experimental and left field house music and ambient fans. The producer behind this project Trux remains a mystery, no information can be found. The self titled Trux release comes as a kind of mini LP with eight tracks, four on the a-side and four on the b-side. A nice mix between obscure house and free floating ambient add a whole new sound idea to the label’s earlier releases. Again the artwork keeps up with the music in terms of quality, created by the highly talented Super Quiet. Keep reading

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