Just in time for Xmas - the last mix of 2015. This has been the quietest year for podcasts since I started the whole thing waaaaaay back. Some months I've just been too busy, but some months I've struggled to find enough good stuff.
No one sound is killing it at the moment for me, so the mixes are a real blend of different styles, with the best of each being blended together to progressively take us on a genuine journey.
Top picks for me this month - "Keep Dancin", "Don't You Feel" and "Over Here".
Have a great Xmas and New Year what ever you get up to. Thanks for all of your support in 2015.
See you next year!
1: Harvey Sutherland - Bamboo
2: DJ E-Clyps, Anya A - Masterpiece (Instrumental Dub Mix)
3: Soul Minority - Further (Deep Montage L2M Remix)
4: Kiko Navarro - Camon Yo! (Goshawk 5am Dub)
5: Easy To Remember - Jazz Cowboys (Giulio Etiope Remix)
6: Kiko Navarro - Bates Dance (Cotterell's Moody Mix)
7: Re-Tide -Take Me Back To The Underground (Part Two)
8: Kraak & Smaak - Shiiiit!
9: Phonk D - Keep Dancin
10: Soledrifter - Thru Another Day
11: Adesse Versions - Thank U
12: Prunk - Sunday
13: Richard Earnshaw, Angie Brown - Feel 4 U (Dub)
14: Adam Rios, Stephanie Cooke - Mighty Skies (DJ Spen & Gary Hudgins Koffee Mix)
15: Majestika - Mind Magic Dub Mix
16: JFunc - In The Pocket
17: Kiko Navarro - Camon Yo! (Original)
18: Moullinex - Don't You Feel (Crakazaat Remix)
19: Jazzman Wax, Iban Montoro - Message
20: Easy To Remember - Royal Rumble (Minimono Remix)
21: Eric Kupper, Kenny Summit, Proper - Over Here (Deeper Mix)
22: Passion Dance Orchestra - Worlds (Theme)
23: Jiva - I've Realized (Joey Negro Remix)
24: Diplomats Of Soul, Incognito, Vanessa Haynes - Sweet Power Your Embrace (Atjazz Love Soul Remix)
Incredible cover photo by Simon Beck - Snow Artist.
This mix is a great advert for the diverse sound that house music has mutated into over the last 25+ years. That's helped with more than a few remixes, samples and originals from across the years.
We start off as always with a deeper sounds, although this time there's a heavy jazz flavour.
The sound pivots with an insane remix from Pezzner of "Candy Coated Perfection".
There is then a cluster of nods to the old days. I won't spoil it, you have to listen.
Producer of the month for me is Gilbert La Funk. Both tracks are magic, "New Dawn" just pipping.
The mix ends with the most chilled track I've probably ever played. It's short and sweet and very very deeeeep,
"Croydon Depot" is a great way to come down.
Download the mix at www.c2emusic.com
1- Tim Deluxe - Trying' Find A Way
2- Joss Moog - Subtube
3- Homework - Pleister
4- Jazzman, Iban Montoro - Next To You
5- Hamza - Acid Jazz
6- Candy Coated Perfection ft Sacha - Candy Coated Perfection (Pezzner Dub)
7- Debonair - Real Talk
8- Deezbootz - Catch The Train
9- Djordje - Happiness
10- NY's Finest, City Soul Project - Do You Feel Me (City Soul Project Mix)
11- Jay Vegas - Body & Soul
12- Demarkus Lewis - Got Me Runnin
13- Gilbert La Funk - Kaleidoscope
14- Steve Mill - Times Are Ruough
15- The Fog - Been A Long Time
16- Teddy Douglas - Check It Out
17- The Djoon Experience, Kenny Bobien- Baptize Me (Terrence Parker Gospel Stomp Mix)
18- Timmy Vegas - Timmy's Choir (2nd Coming Dub)
19- Demarkus Lewis - Inside Urself
20- Drop Out Orchestra ft Yvette - I Got It (H.I.M.W.O.L. Remix)
21- Gilbert La Funk - New Dawn
22- The Checkup - I Found House
23- Anthony Beckford - Funky Lowdown (Monodeluxe Dub Mix)
24- Henry Wu - Croydon Depot
This months mix has been kinda ready for most of July. The bare bones were first played in early July and I spent most of the month listening to it on the way to and from work. It was finally recorded during the last show of the month, and if you live in California or Hawaii it was released in July
There are quite a few vocal tracks this month, in fact for the first time in a long time I bought more soulful house than deep house. It's a big mix with artists like Louie Vega, Spen, Joey Negro, Detroit Swindle, Glen Underground, Opolopo and Soledrifter.
We get a couple of very different sounding tracks in the middle. "Summer Vacation"by Lay-Far sounds pretty sparse, but has big punchy beats and crackin' synths. Meanwhile the track that follows is much more obscure. It sounds like something you could imagine being played at a traditional Mediterranean wedding with everyone up in a circle.
The latter part of the mix stays pretty civilised too. Still plenty to work a sweat up with, but no big beasties.
As the mix comes to a close we get a blast from the past, but with a twist. Hardrive "Deep Inside"is one of my favourites, but this is the lesser known release from 95 which opened the excellent MAW MOS Sessions album.
1: Dan Shake, Medlar - Walk
2: DJ E-Clyps - Red Velvet
3: Eli Escobar - Seein You
4: Lilac Jeans, Sean McCabe - Grandfather's Blessings
5: Bodhi - Haute
6: Sebb Junior - Wrong Turn
7: Rhemi, Hanlei - Diamond (Original Mix)
8: Ferry Ultra - Let Me Do My Thang (Opolopo Remix)
9: Joey Negro - I Can Feel Your Body Rock (JN Pianohead Dub)
10: Aspire Sound - I'll Be Out Sax-Strumental (7:26)
11: Tony Vee - Hot, Hot, Hot
12: Sheila Ford, DJ Spen, Louie Vega - Why Can't You See (Louie Vega & DJ Spen Dub Mix)
13: Groove Cocktail, Kasia Malenda - Fason (Deeplomatik mix)
14: Lay-Far, Yannah Valdevit - Summer Vacation (Jonny Miller Remix)
15: MF Hercules - Raindance
16: Groove Assassin - Search For The Truth
17: Purple Disco Machine - Magic
18: Nosak, Danielle Freeman - Everything (Soledrifter Remix)
19: Ross Couch - All I Want
20: Soledrifter - Awesome Luv
21: Dirtytwo - The Music
22: Oliver Dollar, Chuck Daniels - Shout Away (Dub Mix)
23: Diephuis, Kings Of House - Crossing Borders (Kings Of House NYC Mix)
24: Four Walls - You Know Me (Glenn Underground's SJU Summer Ends Mix
25: Hardrive - Deep Inside (Deep inside Remix)
26: Detroit Swindle - Victoria's Secret
This is the recording from the Pressure Radio show on 18th June and to be honest it was only meant to test out the tracks for the first time, having purchased them a couple of hours prior. The flow needs re-arranging with a coupe of beefies appearing too soon.
That said I have listened to it a few times over the last few weeks and I still like it, so I thought I'd share it with you all. It ain't perfect and I am a perfectionist - hence the reason it's taken this long to decide to release.
Big contributors in this mix are The Checkup - my tip for the year proving to be correct - these guys get better with every release.
Let me know what you think - the more feedback I get the better the mixes will be. Which style do you prefer in the mix? Early deep? Mid smooth? Chunky Monkey? Chilled Come Down?
1: Atjazz - Fox Tooth (Atjazz Galaxy Aart Dub)
2: Erik Ellman - Brown Acid
3: David & Hjalti - Freebase
4: Erik Ellman - Buck Up
5: Chris Stussy - One Thing I Can Take
6: Playin 4 The City - Minor Track
7: 4004 - Round Streets
8: Art Of Tones - The Rainbow Road
9: Sean McCabe, Hannah, Khemo - Reach Out ft Hannah Khemoh (Sean's Paradise Edit)
10: John Kimble - NY House
11: 4004 - Real All Night
12: The SynthTigers - Princess
13: Micky More - Downtown L.A.
14: Groove Assassin - Forever
15: John Kimble - Mo On The Keys
16: Studioheist - New Flavour
17: Renato Ratier - Soul Machine
18: The Checkup - Set My Soul Free
19: Vanilla Ace. Rafael Cerato, The Checkup - Better Way (Checkup Mix)
20: Pete Dafeet - Wife
21: The Checkup - Together
22: Demarkus Lewis, Lacey - Had U First (Roland Nights Remix)
23: Joey Negro - Do What You Feel (JN Revival Mix)
24: Mateo & Matos - Rainbow 95
The core of this mix was played on Pressure Radio at the end of Feb. At the time I thought it would be released by the following weekend. Instead here we are on the last weekend in March. Time has flown this month that's for sure.
There are a few different styles in this months mix. We start off on the deep side with artists like Shur-I-Kan and Milton Jackson before moving into a chilled vocal section led by one of Sydney's finest "Yogi"- one half of Random Soul. It's great being able to play music by people you actually know and Yogi lives down the road.
For you lot on the top side - the Northerners (hemishpere that is) we have an early taste of summer courtesy of The Disclosure project. It's real top down cruise music. We follow that up with another gem from them in the form of "Piano Madness".
Speaking of playing tracks by people you know it also gives me great pride to drop a couple of tracks by Pressure radios very own John Mateo, one half of legendary Mateo & Matos. It comes via a recent release by Glasgow Underground celebrating releases from 97 to 07. It's a great purchase if your looking for something to spend your hard earned pennies on.
The mix switches again at this point into the bumping chugging deep European sound with some crackers - pick of the bunch being the inform Opolopo,
We up the tempo again for a more house thumping sound featuring an Oliver Dollar remix of "This Old House"for those that remember the orig back in the mid 00's. Mr Phillips sounds like Pressure's own Kevin Anthony. Cracks me up everytime!
One of my favourite bits of this mix are the two tracks that come in next - "Our Music" and "How You Feelin". I'm not a big fan of remixes of classics, but this time it's priceless. Trakheadz remix of "Our Music" is like marmite - you either love it or hate it. I am firmly in the Love camp.
As always we keep turning the screw as the mix progresses so it's into the chunky stuff for a few.
We round the mix out with a trip down memory lane for all those that remember Miguel Mig's timeless "Nude Dimensions"series. The track is from vol 3. and again acquired via the Glasgow Underground compilation. It's a great chill and watch the sunset track.
It's that time of year again when clocks change so look out for new show times for the weekly Thursday session on Pressure. We will move back to 12pm in UK over the next couple of weeks, so it goes back to the Lunchtime session for your summer.
Thanks to everyone that has supported and tuned in during the earlier 10am UK slot. Appreciate you risking getting caught head bopping at work
Oh in case you were wondering - this months cover are the headphones I use - AIAIAI tma-1 Fools Gold Edition. Great on the eye and the ear.
1: Shur-I-Kan - As We
2: Milton Jackson - Sunlight
3: DJ E-Clyps - That Brooklyn Ish
4: Yogi, Tiki Tembo - Early In The Morning
5: The Disclosure Project - J Numbers
6: J. Axel - Piano Madness (The Disclosure Project Remix)
7: Mateo & Matos - Body 'N'Soul (Ian Pooley's Soul Mix)
8: Josh Butler - Be True
9: Cést Moi - From A Birds Eye View
10: Kutiman ft Karolina - Music Is Ruling My World (Opolopo Mix)
11: Bobby Van Balen - First Imprint (Daniel Leseman Mix)
12: Technique - This Old House (Oliver Dollar Mix)
13: Trackheadz - Our Music (Kaje Trackheadz Remix)
14: Tony Lionni - How You Feeling
15: Mateo & Matos - Release The Rhythm (Slam Counter Plan Mix)
16: Madji'k - Music Is My Therapy
17: Souldynamic - Equitoriale
18: Ross Couch - Burning Up
19: Supernova - Hang On Time
20: Kinky Movement - Show Me
21: Way Back - Wolf For Nothing
22: X-Press 2 - Down
23: Frits Wentink - Shrewd
24: Jersey Street - Step Into The Light
This was originally going to be the January release. It was mixed in on the 29th Jan, however I didn't get round to releasing it in time, and now here we are in Feb.
I think this mix has a slightly different feel to most - influenced by the sound of Large Music from the last 12 months. These guys have been releasing music out of Chicago for as long as I've been DJíng. There really aren't that many labels that have been so reliable for so long. The current sound of the deep side of Europe is spot on and hats off to Large for encapsulating it so well on the label.
Away from the music I am really enjoying this summer in Sydney. So many different beaches each with their own style and vybe it really is an incredible city. The cover picture is one of Sydney's lesser known beaches - do you know which one?
Another call out has to go to The Checkup. The Brussels based duo are Belgiums' answer to Detroit Swindle, or as I like to think Detroit Swindle meets Kyodai. They haven't been around long, first release dropping midway through 2014, but they are my big tip for 2015. I think these guys are going to kill it. To show you why I've got three tracks in this mix - two from the latest release on Large, and another from mid 2014. All are quality.
Starting to have a backlog of mix projects that I need to find time to get through. Last weeks Pressure radio show was an all Azuli vinyl affair. Then we have the Soulfuric, Subliminal, Swing City, UK Garage (the original sound of), and more recently Local Talk. So much great music but so little time.
1: Creative Swing Alliance - Weekend
2: Joss Moog - Secret Garden
3: YSE - Possible Word
4: Matt Prehn, Griffin - Dark Circles
5: Francesco Aquilanti, Sandra St Victor - Light In My Window (Yass Reloaded Deep Mix)
6: Purple Velvet - Drawn Out
7: Scott Diaz, Jay Silver - Pleasures
8: Soledrifter - Know The Truth
9: Purple Velvet - Marble Zone
10: Paul Matthews, MJ White - Set Me Free (Richard Earnshaw Mix)
11: Steal Vybe, Jon Pierce - Be Free (Chris Forman Dubstripped Reprised Remix)
12: Sven Van Hees - Feel The Groove (Flapjackers Mix)
13: Rogerio Martins - Gonna Be Mine (Joss Moog Remix)
14: Soledrifter - Jazzified
15: The Checkup - Feel So Good
16: Cari Lekebusch, Zoe Xenia - Fly (Vincenzo Remix)
17: Fleetside, Carolyn Harding - Movin On (Piers Kirwan Instrumental)
18: The Checkup - Move Me
19: Hauswerks - Why You Tellin'Me
20: The Checkup - Get On Down
21: Demarkus Lewis - When I Get (What I Want)
22: Purple Velvet - Remedy
23: Ossi Perossi - Silly
24: Scott Diaz - Take A Chance
25: Fred Everything - Not A Club Song (Jimpster Remix)
Firstly I'd like to start by wishing my gorgeous wife Leah a happy birthday. This is a special mix that I put together for her birthday party. It's a whoppa at four and a half hours long. Since the usual mixes are two hours long and take you on a journey from the deeper stuff through tho the chunky you would lose energy if playing a couple back to back during a party. This mix certainly gets around that problem. Especially if your party goes for four and a half hours!
I was under strict instructions - lot's of uplifting vocals. This is very challenging on a number of fronts, firstly I don't play just vocal soulful house, I like a nice mix and love dubs. They were off limits for the most part. Secondly when dealing with so many rich vocal productions it's difficult to make a really tight mix, and lastly trying to pace yourself over such a long period and continuously increase the intensity levels without resorting to big main room dubs is not easy. As a result over 30 hours went into putting this together, lots of late nights - not helped by Traktor crashing and popping and cracking the day before the party.
The set got a road test during my last show on Pressure Radio which resulted in me going back to the drawing board for the last hour. Ironically I deviated from the script and played more of the stuff I like and the energy actually dropped, so I went back and adhered to the instructions and I'm glad I did.
We even have a track in here I've never played before with the classic K-Class mix of "Caught In The Middle".
There's not much else to say, too many tracks to comment on. Suffice to say if you like your soulful vocal house then this will put a smile on your face for a few hours.
Because of it's length even when reduced down to 192kps this monster will take up a bit more space on your phone or iPod but it's worth it.
Now you just need to get on the phone and get your friends round for party and pump this baby up.
1: Black Magic - Freedom (Make It Funky) (Color 1)
2: DJ Qness ft Malehloka - Time - The Remixes (Master Kev & Tony Loreto Remix)
3: AAries - Don't Give It Up (Reel People Rework)
4: Josh Milan - Your Body (Louie Vega EOL Mix)
5: Doc Link - The Cross Up
6: Avery Sunshine - Ugly Part Of Me (Terry Hunter Bang Mix)
7: Phlash & Friends - Runnin (Club Mix)
8: Sara Devine - Special
9: Leon & Pirupa - Bassline
10: Cee ElAssaad, Brittany Tanner - Get On Your Feet (Pablo Martinez Remix)
11: Kings Of Tomorrow, April - Fall For You (Sandy Rivera's Classic Mix)
12: Rocco & C.Robert Walker - I Love The Night (Louie Vega Roots Mix)
13: Angel-A - Music In My Head (MKTL Vocal Mix)
14: Namy, Marc Evans - Reset (Rhemi Vocal Mix)
15: KOT - Young Hearts (Red Square Promo)
16: Nocturnal DJ's ft Backroom Congregation - Fall on Me (DJ Shaheer Williams & Dwayne Spen Richardson Backroom Mix)
17: Bobby DÁmbrosio ft Kelli Sae - Optimistic (DÁmbrosio and Tappert Club Remix)
18: Ralf Gum ft Monique Bingham - Kissing Strangers (Feliciano Vocal Mix)
19: Carolyn Harding - Pick It Up (Sean McCabe Club Vocal Mix)
20: Version - Nothing (Marlon D's Underground Collective Vocal Mix)
21: House Of Soul ft Rochelle Rice - Everyday Remixes (Adam Rios and Johnny JM Vocal Mix)
22: Jill Scott - Golden (Grant Nelson)
23: Kimara Lovelace - Misery (Muthafunkin Remix)
24: Elements Of Life ft Lisa Fischer & Cindy Mizelle - Into My Life (You Brought The Sunshine) (Main Mix)
25: DJ Spen pres Jersey Maestros ft Renee Smith - He's So Real (Muthafunkaz tell Ya Bout Him Remix)
26: Souldynamic - Sunce
27: MAW - Backfired (Joey Negro Mix)
28: Jose Burgos & The Playas - Saturday Groove
29: Eddy G - Soul Mutha (Groove Assassin Remix)
30: Kem - Heaven (Marlon D & Groove Assassin Mix)
31: Lil Louis - Fable (Director's Cut Classic Club Mix)
32: Trina Broussard - Joy (Quentin Harris mix)
33: Erro - Change For Me (Joey Negro Mix)
34: Kenny Summit & Director's Cut pres Yasmeen - Loving You
35: Todd Terry - Sunday Morning (Sean McCabe Sunday Evening Mix)
36: Lenny Fontana & DJ Shorty - Chocolate Sensation
37: Da Mob - It's All Good
38: Daddies Favourite - I Feel Good Things For You
39: Bobby DÁmbrosio & Michelle Weeks - Moment Of My Life (M&S Epic Club Mix)
40: Cheiko Kinbara - Changed My Life
41: Underground Ministries ft Kenny Bobien - I Shall Not Be Moved (B's 2004 Off The Vinyl Re-Edit)
42: Ralphie Rosario - You Used To Hold Me
43: Little Louie & Marc Anthony - Ride On The Rhythm (MAW Dub)
44: Joe Smooth - Promised Land
45: Juliet Roberts - Caught In The Middle (DMC K-Class Remix)
46: Inner Life - Ain't No Mountain High Enough
Mixed on the last day of the month Live on Pressure Radio on a Sunday afternoon, it provided a rare opportunity for people in Nth an Sth America to listen live.
This months mix has more than it's fair share of tasties. A good blend of deep 'n' chilled, dirty funk, deep soulful and bouncing deep.
The last minute shopping on Craxsource was very rewarding. I knew before mixing it would sound great just because of the number of tracks that had me bopping when auditioning to buy.
Also nice to be able to play for Jon Mateo who was in the chatroom through the show. He auditioned me almost four years ago and really enjoys the more twisted side of c2e which I love playing.
Plenty of tracks in contention for tune of the month from 'Oldskud', 'Back Again', 'Killa', 'Spend Some Time', 'Au Shonk' and 'The X Track'. All very different and all very good.
DJ Spen has no fewer than three remixes in this months mix, well worth a mention as each has a different vybe.
I'm dedicating this mix to my youngest Dion was five years old this month. All of this c2eMusic stuff had been going long before he showed up, but he got in on the action featuring on the logo. He's the little one on the right and a great little dancer too.
1: Ishmael - Dejong
2: Nick Holder - Black Thanks (Ali & Calero's Remix)
3: Phil & Dan - Ridding High (Before you ask, that's the track ID!)
4: Paul Youx - Oldskud (Jazz Mix)
5: Michelle Chiavarini & The Jazzcodes - The Music Tells Me (DJ Spen & Tommy Davis Remix)
6: Sol Brown, Nicole Mitchell - I Am (Instrumental)
7: Rhemi - I Can Never Get Enough (Main Mix)
8: Sterling Ensemble, Ariel Duarte - Back Again (Sterling Mix)
9: Pat Bedeau - The Door Of No Return (Instrumental)
10: Sean McCabe - Found My Way
11: Kenny Bobien - Dance For Life (Scott Diaz Body Move Instrumental)
12: Seascape, Dawn Tallman - I Give It All To You (DJ Spen & Soulfuledge Remix)
13: Nicholas Meyer - Greywood
14: Closed Curtains - Killa
15: Ross Couch - Stay
16: Andy Tee, Danny Losito, Kareem Shabazz - Spend Some Time (Micky More Deep Mix)
17: Audio City Soul - Au Shonk
18: Homero Espinosa - Track This (Original Remastered 2007 Mix)
19: Ross Couch - The Watcher
20: Dan. K - Nowhere
21: Raffa FL - The X Track
22: Karen Pollard - Reach Out To Me (DJ Spen & Soulfuledge Remix)
23: Rescue Poetix - Blame It On The Music (Max Martinez - Blame It On The Dub)
24: Soul Minority - Further (Secret Souls Remix)
Alright I know I missed the deadline this month. The mix was recorded in time during the last show of October on Pressure radio. It then required me to get it uploaded which is where it all fell apart. To be honest there is just too much going on at the moment. Having said that no-one will know any different by the end of the year.This set is definitely on the deeper side. Most sessions these days have a decent 20 to 30 minutes of deep, but this one is a little longer than most.There are a couple of great tracks from an artist I haven't heard of before - Bohdi. Both "Satisfaction"and "Imperfection"are a couple of crackers. Have to also call out the fact that this month's mix is top and tailed by Andy Hart with two belters in "The Same For Me" and "Merkin". My favourite part of the set is from Kyodai's "So Special" to Lay-Far's "Side 2 Side". Not much to sing along to this month. Still not feeling a lot of the traditional soulful stuff right now, hope that changes.
We have a brief nod back to the past with three tracks that either hail from 20+ years back or use samples from that time. See if you can spot which ones, not the hardest test you will have done recently . We also have Harry Romero for a second month with "Get Down". He seems to have chilled recently and it's more like Harry of the old early Sublimnal days.
Will try not to be late with November's release. Still have to sort out a Soulfuric and Subliminal set too. Not enough time for all the projects stacking up.
Finally the clocks have changed so the radio show is now two hours earlier for the next few months.
That means it is now
9 to 11pm Sydney
10am to 12pm UK
Bit too early in the US!
1: Andy Hart - The Same For Me
2: Jakobin & Domino - Point Of View
3: Mountal - Gold Digger
4: Bodhi - Satisfaction
5: David Oniani - Ouroboros
6: Bodhi - Imperfection
7: Gregory Dub - Better Days
8: Kyodai - So Special
9: Fjaak - Don't Cry (SLG Remix)
10: Lay-Far - Side 2 Side (Fouk Remix)
11: The Journeymen - Close To Me
12: Groove Assassin - C'Mon Now
13: Groove Committee - You Need Someone (Orig Vinyl Groove Committee Dub)
14: Jaegerossa - Do It To Me Baby
15: Kenny Summit, Tom Gianelli - Wait & See (Original Deepness)
16: Alex Agore - Too Shy
17: Michele Chiavarini ft Pete Simpson - Staring At The Sun
18: DJ Mark Brickman - Rhythm Is Love (God Gave Us Rhythm Mix)
19: Matteo Candura - The Pianos (Piers Kirwan Remix)
20: Harry Romero - Get Down
21: Ange Siddhar, Illan Nicciani - Snapback
22: Blinds - Dxin'
23: Andy Hart - Merkin
It's a case of third time lucky with this months mix. The initial version was recorded on my Pressure Radio show at the start of September but I wasn't happy with the flow in the middle section. The second attempt I completely stuffed up the latter part by switching sub-genres away form the phunk sound which made it a bit too heavy for too long. So we find ourselves recording it just in time with the last show of the month. To be fair it has allowed for a couple of newcomers to be added and the mix sounds better for it.
This session is also dominated by some great work coming out of the West Coast of the US right now. Moulton Music are in a golden spell right now, old favourites of mine Chris Lum and Dave Harness breathing life into the scene. I can't get enough of pretty much everything they are putting out. That's reflected by the fact this mix has no fewer than four releases from the label. It was very nearly five, but we'll save that one for next month
The flow for this mix is quite simple, a couple of initial deep tracks, then into the vocal stuff early. The main part is phunk infused rolling into the UK sound. As always the last couple of tracks allow for the warm down and stretch required after a good dance around the lounge.
Have started to play with the old vinyl again more often having done a Soulfuric radio show the other week. It has me talking through it, which i don't want to release, but I do want to get a Soulfuric session out soon. Also looking to do an all Subliminal session on Pressure soon. Not the crazy stuff they ended up doing, but the early days. Those tunes are quality and maybe unknown to a few people.
For now though here is another 2 hours of deep soulful house to keep us going for a few weeks.
1: Francis Inferno Orchestra - G.A.B.O.S.
2: Inland Knights - Hot Soup
3: The Sythetigers, Tobirus Mozelle - Move Me (Phaze Dee Instrumental Mix)
4: Supernova, Ann Saunderson - R.L.H. (Shur-I-Kan Vocal)
5: Gianluca Pighi, Massimo Paramour, Ahmad Larnes - Come With Me (Deepsoul Mix)
6: Sandman, Riverside, Jeremy Ellis, Ayro - Into Your Story (Kai Alce DISTINCTIVE remix)
7: Sean McCabe, Jennifer Wallace - Holding On ft Jennifer Wallace (Sean's Extended Mix)
8: LCS - Keep On
9: Beaten Soul, Sabrina Chyld - More To Life (Groove Assassin Bounce Mix)
10: Zo!, Erro, Phonte - We Are On The Move (Joey Negro Revival Mix)
11: The Synthtigers - So Good
12: Doc Link - Something Better
13: Homero Espinosa - Blues In A Rose
14: Right To Life - Subway (Micky More Supersonic Mix)
15: The Synthtigers - Just Let Go (Kinky Movement Bridewell Bump Mix)
16: The Checkup - I Got Something
17: Detroit Swindle - 64 Ways ft Mayer Hawthorne (Detroit Swindle 65th Way Mix)
18: Black Loops - Let Me See You Roll
19: Armand Van Helden - A Track Called Jack (Low Stepps Deep Vibe)
20: Harry Romero - Vinylz
21: Timmy P - Honk
22: Dudley Strangeways, Lee Clarke - Annie Road (DirtyTwo Remix)
23: Edit Murphy - You Got The Look
24: The Company - Superstar (Reel People Vocal Mix)