Saturday, March 31, 2012

Choices - March 2012

Musumeci - Astounding Science Music (battibatti)
Malta's super deep house and underground music label celebrates its first double digit release with a mini album from the obscure Musumeci.  All nice six house tracks, with Chicago and wave influence in them.

Tom Ellis - One by One (Good Ratio Music)
A very interesting and good four track extended player.  I like 'Thing One' and the always changing '1153'.

Sierra Sam - Kissed You in the Water (Nordik Net Records)
Dixie Yurie remix is a deep bass affair which reminds us how a real underground room should be.  There is also another track in this called 'Circles', and another remix from Jin Choi.

Rodrigo - Jazzy Summertime (Apparel Music)
The atmosphere of the original mix which is twelve minutes long takes me to another place and time in the future.  This is Summer 2012 for you and all of us.

Seuil - Sub Boogie Drama (Karat Records)
The title track is the one to go for.  Jazz and groove in the pure sense.

Monocles and Slez feat Mxolisi Indogeni and Maestro Di Casa - So Fine (Peng Africa)
PM Project remix wraps it up nice for me in a good mixture of African soulful grooves and mellow deep melodies.

RotaryDisco76 - Swordfish Going EP (Strictly Groove Recordings)
I like the different original mix of Swordfish, but if you are into more groove check also the remix of Salvatore Principato and Sean Bee. 

Vince Watson - Every Soul Needs a Guide (everysoul)
An eleven track album which is a good cross over of melodies from Jazz, to Detroit strings, and ambient sounds all featuring a broken African rhythm pattern.  Take your picks.

Fred P - The Incredible Adventours of Captain P (Soul People Music)
The deep man from New York presents this 19 track Album plus three remixes.  Take all.

various artists - Future Sound of Jazz Vol.12 (Compost Records)
Jazz sounds in new rhythms offered in 26 tracks from different artists.  Choose your favorites from house, trip hop, techno, etc etc

Sole Classics - Over Street (solemusic)
Some classics from Over Street reissued in digital.  Make your choice.

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