Can’t believe I found this record in a bargain bin for next to nothing, One of Moodymanns most sought after releases (for obvious reasons) my favourite KDJ release, and a record that really puts a stamp on that Detroit sound.
Kenny Dixon Jr. at his most raw, 4 cuts of raw detroit house rough and ready for action.
The debut album of Joey anderson was released on monday, and it goes without saying I’m eagerly awaiting a copy of After Forever. His music is a blend of ethereal soul and dance floor muscle and functionality that achieves an unsuspecting harmony.
Luring those into false senses of security, with submersive synth lines, but keeping us constantly on edge, this is beautifully paranoid music.
Think I read on Resident Advisor, a trick he uses for achieve the constant tension is not using claps or snares very often, making his music feel unresolved, without closure, In the same way a good film never wraps up its loose ends, keeps you thinking long after the credits roll.
Anyways I highly recommend this LP, long unresolved jams that Soundcloud previews can really do no justice, Tiiiip!
Floor burning New wave Electro prototype, shout out to Angular Recording Corporation for putting me wide to this and many other gems with their outstanding Cold Waves and Minimal Electronics Volume 1 compilation on 2x12”.
Ordered my copy, this is one of the most fun, listenable, and dance floor serving records I’ve come across in a good while, ultimate tip!
Trushmix 50 present the first 3hrs of DJ Sotofett live at The Panther Room, Brooklyn NYC (Dec. 19th 2013). Amongst the not too unusual Finnish obscurities and unreleased Wania & Mania drops there’s a pile of Deep-Queens less-than-$1-digs as well as Jersey & New York City house classics. Shouts to Madteo for hours-upon-hours in the crates and the daily music OD. Thanks to Taimur Agha for setting it all up and also recording the show.