I tend to favour the instrumental Deep House releases. So one might blame me to go mainstream here now but here’s two with vocals that I really do feel did qualify to be played at our Deep Lounge. Continue reading The Deep Lounge #23
It’s time for a new double feature; but this time from the same artist!
Nachactiv is a Swiss electronica hero with rather elegant, deep productions. Continue reading Nachtaktiv, “Strawberry Jam” & “Hang Flow”: A positive activity
Here’s a real cool one. Deep/minimal house, with a solid groove and a layer of really quite experimental synth hits on top, who paints a rather abstract scenario. All without getting too experimental, without it ever distracting the flow of the track.
I don’t hear this kind of production too often. Continue reading Rico Casazza, “glimpse”: More than a glimpse of groove
This is a slow burner, hovering in the deep / minimal / progressive house landscape. And the ever important groove is prominent. Not in a “go mad on the floor” kinda way, but I dare you not to unconsciously nod your head in a rhythmic fashion during this stroll.
Or sway your butt. Thump your thumbs. Or whatever it is you do when you feel the groove. Continue reading Eric Shans & Slav Ka, “Red Moon”: Sway your thang, this is groovy
A good, deep house track with just the right drive, that’s a balance act of the finest order. It should never pull all the straps, but remain a low profile, always groovy and above all, bucketloads of elegance. This track here has all that. Continue reading Marco Amoazoo, “Mandolina”: Deep, elegant, repeat-worthy.
Sometimes I worry if I’ve started to forget what I originally did set out to do with this blog: Cover the new undiscovered underground acts, with emphasis on underground.
I now correct my course with a track that’s underground enough to wave the mainstream crowd away at the door, and with a groove that I really want to dive into and just stay there. For hours and hours. Heck, give me a couple of days while we’re at it. Continue reading Meti, “Tomorrow In Berlin”: He may be!
Gotta love house music. The cheerful, catchy stuff that makes you groove wherever and whatever situation you’re in.
And this track here does just that. A lovely round bass bounces around like a rubber ball in a toy store. Playful, funky and totally carefree. Continue reading P-Lask – Whirling: This is why we love house music