New Finale Sessions release with three tracks from Kai Alce, Michael Zucker and Reggie Doke.
New Finale Sessions release with three tracks from Kai Alce, Michael Zucker and Reggie Doke.
Finale Sessions celebrates it’s 5 year aniversery with Luke Hess, Patrice Scott. Basic Soul Unit and label boss Michael Zucker .
Future Sessions with a split EP, featuring two great producers such as G. Marcell and Myles Serge both hailing from the midwest.
Ike is no stranger to Finale Sessions at all with his release under the guise Innerspace Halflife with fellow producer Hakim Murphy. This time he flies solo under his real name Ike Release. The first cut called “Tangerines M” it takes you for a ride with its rawness and it’s thick pads and morphing keys and its wicked bassline . Track two called “Tungstun M” is another floor stomper with this one with its filtered pads and in and out synths just drooling with rawness.
Owner operator of Finale Sessions Music Michael Zucker has brought you a sister label called Finale Sessions Music to showcase his own music with close friends and family. The first release it’s starting with the Detroit veteran Norm Talley and label boss Michael Zucker. Norm Talley track called “Power “it has the sublime Detroit deep sound with its sharp chords and that pumping deep kick and claps and it also has additional work from another Detroit legend Delano Smith but what makes this track is the fantastic vocals from the soul. Track two “Lock Jaw” is just raw beatdown late night track with deep chicago classic sound with a pumping kicks and mind altering synth. Then next is Michael Zuckers first track “Parisian Nights” with it’s classic filtered classic chicago sound with proper pads and chords with a vocal drifting in and out of the spectrum . Track two “ Thought Process” is just an amazing deep inspired melodic trip with key’s and that classic b4 organ that sets the tone for the pads and that lifted filtered sound.
The new Finale Sessions signing is Parisian Aleqs Notal. “Linea” with its lush keys and pads moving in and out to monsterous deep bass great deepness for sure. Track two “Scenium” is deep track with a great sound that moves in and out of the dancefloor with its techier pads and massive drums most def a late night killer . Last but not least we have the track “Disparity” with its fantastic drum programming, wavering pads and keys this a great chill track to get the party going right.
Finale Sessions is excited to have another Parisian on our superb roster and Janeret is not one to sleep on that’s for sure . So we are getting right to the music with the first track “Midnight Soul” One of my favorites for sure with its beautiful keys and its rich pads and it’s enormous bass this track is a latenight beater for sure. Track two”Contrast”is more on the techier side of things with more pads and a think basline no question a floor pumper it also has really nice drums to flavor that nice vocal. Track three ” Subdub ” This track is more for the dub Techno crowd for sure with its super deep chords and its deep sub ambiance sound Track four ” Ehtereal ” Electro Madness is I am going to say.
Finale Underground is back with Vol. 3 and this time the focus in on Chicago. Four tunes from Chicago luminaries that have made their marks in the scene, though all sounding different, still staying true to the Chicago ethos.
Finale Sessions is excited about this release from Knoxville, Tennessee artist Alex Falk. He has been on our radar for some time now so we are pleased to share this with you! The A1 track “An Ever” is one of our favorite tracks on the EP, with dreamy pads and monstrous stabs making for a fantastic floor-stomper. Rounding out the A side is “Rrecs”, a deep Techno cut with clattering chords and moving drums and claps. B1 track “What Is Free” is another solid peak time killer with thick stabs and cut-up vocals making for a perfect Finale Sessions release. Finally, “BR56” brings up the tempo while chilling out the vibe with dubbed-out chords, nasty filter work and a sound floating somewhere between Techno and House.
Finale Sessions presents this release by Natan H hailing from the “City Of Angels”. The track “Lignes” with its melodic pads and its wavering synths make for a late night beauty. Track 2, “O (Phase)” is another late night stomper with moving chords and melodic drum patterns that keep it a smooth sounding piece. The dub techno song “Invariant” (Feat.Jordan) is floor filler for sure with its heavy laden pads and synths and its monstrous sounds.
Finale Select Series is back to bring you one more from one of Chicago’s finest producer Boo Williams and Finale Sessions boss Michael Zucker and we start with Boo Williams song ”Reckless Thought” with its magical Keys and it thick pads it has Chicage written all over it for sure and then last but not least we have Michael Zucker with his track ‘ Good Times” it has a jazz feel to it with it moving drums and its wicked bassline.
Finale Sessions bring new music from some of the new generation Parisians Ka One & St.Sene.”Temporary Expression” with it’s solid drum work and wicked keys and soft pads which makes this track a latenight beater. ” Smokin’ Joint ” has classic Detroit feel to it with its bangin breaks and its acid synths and simple pads brings this track to whole other dancefloor. “Control 33” this a true techno deep peek time track with its efx and perfecto drums and synth laden sounds gives it that dance floor package needed to complete this perfect package. “G.U.R.U” this another Techno deep late night hitter with its pounding kick and its voice modulated efx with its melodic pads and strings.
We at Finale Sessions are glad to have Grey People aka Alex Michalski raining from Chicago he is one of the new up and coming producers from the windy city that has flavor that Finale Sessions really likes and we present you with his first track called “Feeling Strange” with its weird but funky bassline and its dark synths gives it a peak time feel with its spooky chords that sets this track apart from the rest, Then we have the track called ” Defeated”which really has this Depeche Mode feel with its wicked bassline and its solid claps but we also dig the pads and synths also. Then last but not least is the track ” Forget The Peak” is my favorite track of the ep its solid chords and pads give this track a melodic feel and very dancefloor friendly vibe.
For those turned on by the far-sighted, sci-fi inspired sounds of Detroit deep house and techno, this EP from Michael Zucker’s Finale Underground imprint (an offshoot of his Finale Sessions label) should be an essential purchase. With the likes of Patrice Scott, Keith Worthy and Luke Hess involved, you’d expect the quality threshold to be high. It is, of course, resulting in a quartet of killer tracks. Worthy’s hypnotic techno jam “Tolox” is a definite highlight, though it pales in comparison to the analogue futurism of Luke Hess’s brilliant “Cyclops”. Best of all, though, is Scott’s “Journey Into The Unknown”, which bobs, weaves, bubbles and spits to the rush-inducing deep house sound of undulating synthesizer melodies and classic, Transmat-style Motor City rhythms.
Finale Sessions brings another fine release from Nick Lapien. “Lost Days” has such movement to it with its rolling pads and its systemmatic keywork and deeep basslines. “Pigment” is a mid tempo dream come true with it acidy pad synthed structure and lush keys and wicked drum work. “Motif” is a peek time killer with its nice key work and its nice pads layering into a nice kick perfect for a B side jam.
After more than 2 and a half years we are back in Berlin! and of-course we are looking forward to have a lot of fun while being.
Finale Sessions brings to the family a new producer from the rising cast of New York underground. Jordan is a special producer bringing a vibe like no other with his mix of house and techno attributes . ‘Night Mask’ is a nasty raw down to the ground dance track with sub like kicks and percussions and its flawless arching synth give this track its basis to move like no other. ‘Division Point’ is part deep and raw and it gives the EP its depth that it needs to transpire on different dance floors everywhere with its floating pads and it deep drums . ‘Return’ has that peek time feel to it with its techno undertones and its great drum programming which really sets this track apart from all other.
Finale Sessions presents a new series of releases from the vault on 10″ format. This first release pairs two bonafide legends in the shape of Fred P and Kai Alce, both known for their incredibly accomplished takes on house. Fred P’s “Ram” is a deep excursion into pulsing chords and delicate atmosphere, while Kai Alce’s “Scene 1” is a raw, acidic affair for peak time sets – both are essential cuts.
Coming from the Deeplabs / Finale Sessions release Deep Labs brings you the repress of very sought-after Luke Hess masterpieces ”Become” and ”Unity’.
Considering the combined talents of Detroit veteran Terrence Dixon and Black Jazz Consortium man Fred P, you’d expect this split EP for Finale Sessions to be a lesson in warm, soul-flecked depth. Pleasingly, that’s exactly what it delivers. Dixon excels with the sub-sporting alien futurism of “To The Bridge” – the aural equivalent of staring into space while dancing to electronic jazz – and the sumptuous, minor key bliss of the casual deep house jam “Starting Over”. Fred P, meanwhile, delivers two contrasting cuts. There’s some acid-fuelled deep house futurism in the shape of “Circuit”, and a chunk of bongo-laden dancefloor humidity in “The Road”, whose rising strings and sweet melodies are arguably the highlight of a superb EP.