Milan-based Hunter/Game launch their new label here, and inside you’ll find this charming remix from Lulu Rouge that deals in dark, brooding progressive that keeps it very deep, while still dealing in an impressive amount of emotion. Perfect for adding that build to your DJ set.
Whether or not he named it after the imp from Game of Thrones or not, ‘Tyrion’ is a fantastic exploration of live percussion. I love layers of clattering drums though, so I was sold before the main kick even dropped.
Hospital's little sister sure knows how to pick ‘em. No stranger to the scene, well-respected Sunchace sets out to soothe away worldly woes with this beautiful collection of downtempo tracks. Starting in the realms of minimalism, the intro creates a synth-led skeleton, the bass and beats as subtle and natural as a heartbeat, with a power and dependence to match. The track's brought to life by the silky, soulful vocal.
I struggle with a lot of things in life; getting up before 8am, these sodding three-day hangovers, and keeping up with the work rate of DJ Haus’ UTTU label and its offshoots are definitely some of them. I know that sounds snotty, but it’s true. When it’s a four-track EP from synth wizard Legowelt though, you make time for yourself to listen and what the Dutchman does on ‘Palm Trees in the Rain’ is unquestionably good.