Filed under: 001.Features | Tags: couldn't care more, detroit, house, shore, the oliverwho factory
“I Can See” by The Oliverwho Factory is the second release of german label Couldn’t Care More. The duo from Detroit delivers finest Detroit deep house with a twist. While the basic track is voluminously wafting and rawly pushing forward vocalist Shone tops it with her power- and soulful singing.
Filed under: 001.Features | Tags: architeq, don't be afraid, house, mr. beatnick
Don’t Be Afraid presents the new EP “Synthetes” by Mr. Beatnick. This takes this approach up a gear, exploring a path between the crackling breaks and samples of old, and the dancefloor music of now.
Filed under: 001.Features | Tags: detroit, house, lucretio, marieu, nd_baumecker, restoration records, steffi, third side
Restoration Records present the fruit of the first labours of the Third Side (Marieu, Steffi, Lucretio) with nd_baumecker. The two gems on this 12″ are recorded live in a single and unique take on a quarter inch tape during a moist afternoon at the beginning of the spring. This is a sound of passion and devotion.
Filed under: 001.Features | Tags: balance recordings, city 2 city, detroit, frank heinzmann, house, techno
Balance Recordings latest release welcomes City 2 City in it’s exclusive family. The producer behind City 2 City is Frank Heinzmann, a southern Frenchman with of over 25 years of house & techno experience that gave him a unique sound and sensitivity.