Thursday Deep & Tech | Releases Of The Day

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1  MUUI release ‘Yesterday’s Mirror’ on Here Now… Out Now @BEATPORT

2  Riky Ild release ‘Ray Is the Seller’ on Lapsus Music… Out Now @BEATPORT

3  Dawson (UK) release ‘Sunset’ on Automation Nation… Out Now @BEATPORT

4  Espinal & Nova release ‘Gangsta’ on RIM… Out Now @BEATPORT

5  Alex Kenji release ‘Dejavoo’ on 303lovers… Out Now @BEATPORT

6  Soulcraft & Bradford James release ‘Catchin’ Vaporz’ on Seed Recordings… Out Now @TRAXSOURCE

7  Ersin Ersavas release ‘Gonna Change Your Life’ on Maidens Tower Records… Out Now @BEATPORT

8  John Clarcq release ‘Purple Moon / Members of Payday’ on EVE Records… Out Now @BEATPORT

9  Dylaw release ‘I Don’t Play No Games’ on Euanthe Records… Out Now @BEATPORT

10  Simone Intrieri release ‘Lie Machine’ on 1980 Recordings… Out Now @BEATPORT

Today we have some of the tech releases from the past week that have been making some noise…

Dawson returns to Automation Nation. This time he goes deep with a percussive led vocal work out on ‘Sunset’. The vocal takes you on a bass line driven house journey with a really soulful edge.

303Lovers is the spawn of a musical design by Luigi Rocca and Manuel De La Mare. Rooted in three tiers of electronic music, those being tech house, techno and electronica, the label symbolises a soundscape that has melted away boundaries, ventured into crossover and retained underground status, whilst continually proliferating its musical direction to ensure it is on the cutting edge of electronic music.

New Music featuring Brooklyn’s own Soulcraft teaming up with Seed head honcho Bradford James with this deep heady cut. Moving baselines and syncopating rhythms this cut will put you in the zone.

John Clarcq returns to EVE with this brilliant double header.

Purple Moon leads the charge with funk in the groove and an added techno twist.

Members of Payday has plenty of tricks and twists but a more melodic ethereal feel sits over the top of the 303/acidic bed on this one.

Pure quality as always from this talented producer…

After the charting success of the original release of ‘Simone Intrieri – Lie Machine’ on 1980 Recordings we are back with a new set of underground remixes.

We have everything from Deep Tech, Deep House, Tech & Techno flavoured vibes across this release from Diezel (Nervous Records NYC), Corbeler, Groove Salvation, Paul HG & Bobby K.

This for sure takes you to the underground dancefloor that we know and love, and miss.

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