2000 and One, Agoria, Alex Niggemann, Andrew Grant, Catz n Dogz, Claudio Coccoluto, Coat of Arms, Danny Tenaglia, Death on the Balcony, Doc Martin, Droog, Dusky, Ekkohaus, Gavin Herlihy, Gorge, Huxley, Iron Curtis, James Teej, Jay Tripwire, Jimpster, Josh Wink, KRL, Laurent Garnier, Louis Osbourne, Maceo Plex, Maxxi Soundsystem, Nic Fanciulli, Noir, Ooft, Oxia, Ralph Lawson, Rob Mello, Robert Owens, Sacha Robotti, Shinedoe, Slam, Tim Green, WildKats, X-Press2 and many more.
Nice words from
Laurent Garnier Superb house music --- will play a lot
Maceo Plex dirty channels mix is nice and dirty.
Agoria Will defo work on the dancefloor!!
Droog My Dirty Channels boys are on a roll, love their remix. You Need it the original is good too, that patented Gruuv sound
Tim Green Liking the dirty channels remix here!
Catz n Dogz Detroit Swindle did it again.
Jimpster Really nice original on this. DS turn in a blinder too. Nice release.
Gorge Cool stuff from Gruuv here as usual. Support
2000 and One Original rox!
Slam love this label thanx
Andrew Grant Nice old school vibe about it all 5/5
Josh Wink Like the deep sexy Let me Go Orig..
Gavin Herlihy You Need It sounding feisty
James Teej liking the dirty channels mix on this one
Doc Martin Like what I'm hearing! will investigate more deeply.
Dusky Dirty Channels Rework is nice, thanks
Louis Osbourne Another great Gruuv release. Both originals are best for me. Turning out to be one of my fave labels :)
Oxia Nice ep, my favorite is Dirty Channels remix
Alex Niggemann Really diggin both remixes!
Maxxi Soundsystem Gonna give Let Me Go a spin - Dirty Channels mix has some beef too.
Huxley Really feeling all the tracks here. Remixes are the pick for me though
Ralph Lawson (2020Vision) Happy little fellow
Audiojacks Gruuv label drops its twentieth release this December, Deep Futures Fixations EP backed with remixes from Detroit Swindle and Dirty Channels.
Brian Durkin aka Deep Future has been bubbling away on the underground over the past few years, with releases for Global Underground, David Kenos Keno Records and Gruuv where the Irish producer returns to here.
The release opens with Let Me Go, a groove led, drum heavy workout that embraces the contemporary sound of deep house. A hooky synth line, looped vocal clips, hi-strings and shuffling snares build the composition in true modern house fashion. Simplicity is key here with the Irish producer capitalizing on his ability to blend a small selection of key elements with style and precision.
You Need It follows, a deep, driving slice of house music with bright atmospheric synth lines and punchy, shuffling drums leading the way. A short, sharp bass hook is brought in to the centre stages with a blend of vocal chops and tremulating synth chords rounding off the cut as a tasteful deep house number.
Next up is the Dirty Channels Gruuvy Rework of Let Me Go, the Italian duo, most notably known for their works on Hot Waves, Culprit and Ovum, deliver a gritty reinterpretation, bringing a sharp saw wave bass hook to the foreground and layering the synthesized elements as a background depth, adding texture to the groove. The structure takes on the basic exercise of introducing new elements every thirty-two bars, building to a centric peak and riding out the raw rhythm to the end with intermittent breakdowns.
To close the release Dutch duo Detroit Swindle turn in their Never Enough Interpretation, dubbing out the original feel with a more ethereal state. The drums are more reserved and stripped-back leaving the atmospheric and melodic elements to breathe and take control. An infectious arp line steadily builds the track from the off for several minutes before reaching the climatic peak where raw house chords, shuffling hats and a tweaky acid line veer the track into peak time dance floor material.
This is yet another outstanding deep house release from Gruuv with incredible remixes from two hotly tipped duos, further proving Audiojacks A&R skills are second to none right now.