Breakthrough artist Mihail P’s debut presents two stunning original tracks alongside mixes by young Hungarian wizard Gnork and the label’s own Hutton Drive aka Domenic Cappello, also of Glasgow’s fabled Sub Club.
Final Chapter return with an EP of deftly crafted house jams from Sean Dixon, that each tip their hat in the direction of Chicago.
The fourth release for the Italian deeper label Cosmic Rhythm comes from Loss Of Gravity. Mystic Deepness only for the aficionados.
‘Touch’ and ‘Fresh On Your Love’ see Ron Trent drop the next installment of his Dancefloor Boogie Delites series. The A side features smooth, sinewy bass, piano and syncopated snares while the B side gives us some welcome Oberheim drum programming and vocals. On Music and Power.
When the TSA agent left a little note in Mike Huckaby’s DJ case at the airport instructing him to protect the records that he dj’s with, little did he know that Mike Huckaby would be compiling his first LP. Given his length of service, it’s rather surprising to find that this is officially his debut album. This is a collection of previously released tracks that have been in demand ever since. It’s naturally packed with highlights, from the luscious minor key chords, jazz-funk bass and sneaky vocal samples of “The Jazz Republic” and thrilling peak-time stomp of “Dance”, to the jazzy piano flourishes, loose-limbed beats and starry electronics of “Groove Box”. Also worth checking is the fireside heat of bongo-laden beatdown shuffler “Mathematics From The Jazz Republic” and the sax-laden disco-house bump of closer “Flashback ’78”. A collection of too many classics, produced by Mike Huckaby.
7 yrs on, Fred P drops the second installment of “The Incredible Adventures Of Captain P”, subtitled Escapism, a constant stream of consciousness that takes you on a journey into a dimension of sound.