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It is with a great pleasure that we can finally present you the 5th chapter of our Shades of House VA, a project we are really proud of.
The philosphy behind it is showcasing the beauty of house music in all it's various shades, giving space to both established artists and fresh and promising newcomers.
This time we compiled a superb 7 tracks selection we are seriously happy with. The journey begins with our man Luca Olivotto, bringing us 'Textures', a complex deep, dark and classy atmoshperic cut. The second tracks sees the return of our lady Anna Cavazos, who teamed up with Max Joni to deliver an awesome house track with a really strong dancefloor attitude and a wicked vocal line: rest assured, this is certified weapon. The third tune comes from a new signing, the rising talent Jame Moorfield, who brings us 'The Fashion', a skilfully produced tech house track flavoured with smoking hot grooves and a clever usage of chords and vocal samples.
The fourh track is a wonderful product of the fresh collaboration between Rockaforte and Black Dominoes, and it's nothing but a dancefloor filler which will immediately get you moving. The fifth track comes courtesy of our man Derek Marin, and it's an acid and techy cut with a live feeling that goes deep into experimentation. Just next we are glad to introduce you to Albuquerque & CAOAK, two brasilian talents you will surely hear more about in the future. Their track 'BR 376'' is a dancefloor smasher, perfect for the big clubs and festivals. Last, but obviously not least, another fresh signing for us, the uk based duo No Rules, who delivered 'From San Francisco', a hot tech house club cut that is all about rolling grooves, subby basslines and clever vocal samples.