Join us with our digital-only Brotherhood EP as we journey to the outer reaches of the deeper and dubbier side of our musical planet.
First up and making their debut for us are London-based producers Itzo with their sublime cut Katanka, a veritable ass-shaker that explores the fault-line between tech house and deeper territory to stunning effect. Comprising of production team Pablo Marco, David Beiger and X man, Itzo stake their claim as “ones to watch” with a peak time rhythm-driven track punctuated with an understated vocal and old-school style chord stabs. It’s waiting for you.
Itzo then serve up seconds with Nicaragua, a shimmering stripped back groove that’s an ideal choice for that summer soundtrack. Deeply atmospheric and dubby yet distinctly dance-floor friendly with more than enough percussion, rhythm and, dare we say, bounce to keep the feet moving of even the most committed wallflower. Itzo so good [ouch!]…
Rounding things off this time are label residents Sonogama making a welcome return with their first original offering, Wink Bias. And although we may be a touch [wink] biased, those canny London based Canary Islanders, Ollie and Chico, have excelled themselves by cooking up a sure fire winner. Set around a simple yet deliciously mesmerizing hook coupled with an infectious groove, the track hooks you in menacingly and then catches fire for seven minutes of proper deep house business.