1 Oliver Osborne release ‘Look for the Exit Sign’ on Garden Groove Music… Out Now @BEATPORT
2 Jonathan Meyer release ‘Voodoo Doll’ – Joeski Remix on Blackboard… Out Now @BEATPORT
3 Daddy Russell release ‘Eight Zero #27’ on 1980 Recordings… Out Now @BEATPORT
4 Ocean’s deep release ‘What Side You On’ on Wildcraft studio… Out Now @BEATPORT
5 Kaan Elitok release ‘Impact / Think Tech’ on Maison Profonde Recordings… Out Now @BEATPORT
Today we have some of the best deep and tech house tracks of the past week…
Garden Groove Music welcomes Oliver Osborne, the Singaporean based DJ/Producer and founder of Eyes To The Front. On this serving of electronic music, Oliver Osborne’s Look for the Exit Sign EP offers a fresh dose of what’s happening in the South East Asian music scene. The EP has a stripped back and organic feel, using minimal parts while focusing on the key moments. It’s a look into how we from time to time stay in a situation too long because we fail to spot the early warning signs that tell us that things are not right. The first track, Look For the Exit Sign, is an experiential production spotlighting electronic sounds seeping through the minimal explosion. Concrete Comfort offers a temporary escape as the sonic journey relays what can happen when you let a situation go too far. Botswana based Tswex Malabola renders a very welcomed stripped down afro house remix to “Look For The Exit” with floating pads and a ear catching melody that seeps through like a freshly squeezed juice.
BKB047 comes from NYC house master Joeski that have remixed the mighty “Voodoo Doll” produced by Jonathan Meyer with the great vocals from Himba.
Ministry of Sound London resident DJ, Daddy Russell makes his debut on 1980 Recordings ever growing artist EP series, Eight Zero. He delivers a very cool techy 4 track EP which will deliver on any underground dance floor.