Mr Gene Hunt is already in the game since the early 80s and is considered a true Chicago legend. Now he returns with a heavy hitting 3 tracker on the fresh sublabel of Deeptrax Records; Contrafact. Gene serves you the perfect mixture of nostalgic Paradise Garage vocal house moods with deep growing and shuffling classic grooves for peak time happiness.
New vinyl piece from Italian label named Tales. Featuring four Chicago producers that span 3 generation. This release represent a taste of the many sounds of Chicago: blending house with acid, moving along with the sublte, and making sounds full with less. Chicago is the promised land, four stories from where it all began featuring Gene Hunt, Ed Nine, G Marcell and Hakim Murphy.
Chiwax presents “Volume One” EP featuring some unreleased 90’s treasures from Gene Hunt. Furthermore there will be another two releases out in 2021 from the Chicago Master.
Mr. Gene Hunt, Chicago house music legend, is back on LA Club Resource with the”After School” EP. Gene digs deep in his vast archives and unearths three hard hitting tracks for fans of old school house. Heard in the clubs and on mix shows back in the days, these tracks finally surface for the first time on wax.
New release on P&D recordings with an official re-issue of Gene Hunt ‘Body Heat’ released on Dust Trax in 1999. The second track is done by Phil Weeks & Didier Allyne in 2008 is a tribute to E-dancer ‘Human Bomb’.
One of the founding fathers of Chicago house, himself a grandson to a DJ and frequently alongside other greats such as Ron Hardy on the decks, Gene Hunt summons a 3-tracker for the Midnight Shift label. True house and techno direct from the source and in his own words, a rather ‘jungly’ take of it due to the tracks’ chaotic percussion.
Official from re-edition done by Phil Weeks & Didier Allyne from Gene Hunt with released on Svek in 1996 Jazzy: Synth riffs with 808 bass drums. Get Freaky oldschool feel and toughen the tune into techno status like Robert Amarni Style.The Man: Candido sample like old moodymann house track.
There’s something delightfully simple about the formula behind Descendents of the Deep’s From Chicago To Detroit series, which predictably aims to bring together top-notch deep house from the Windy and Motor cities. This second installment begins with JF’s previously unheard re-edit of Gari Romalis’ 1995 cut “Butcher’s Choice”, a righteous lesson in bumpin’, New Jersey-influenced deep house. It’s followed by a typically emotionally-rich Larry Heard dub of Jordan Fields’ 1994 cut “Lifted My Soul”, before Maxi Aubert combines Heard style analogue deepness with rich, Motor City electronics on “Message In The Box”. Elsewhere, there’s a new JF edit of Gene Hunt’s throbbing 1987 jack-jam “Native”, and a wonderfully broken chunk of techno/house fusion from Africans With Mainframes.
Heavy jacking 4 track various artists compilation featuring an exclusive Gene Hunt.
Fresh from 1989… 3 classic Chicago acid tracks from the man Gene Hunt. Re-mastered and re-pressed for 2015 in conjunction with Trax Records.
Trax Research extracts a major find from Gene Hunt’s lost tapes. Don’t sleep on this limited, hand stamped one-sider!
Killer Gene Hunt double pack from 1995, with 9 killer tracks spread across 2 discs. Heavy duty jackers. Released in conjunction with Trax and MAAD records.
‘This Is How It Started’ focuses heavily on the early days of the Chicago sound, especially in the formative years at Ron Hardy’s Music Box. Vinyl Sampler 3 of a comprehensive journey in the essence of Chicago House Music, features Gene Hunt, Chicago Blues Orchestra, Yam Who & GG.
Old School Chicago acid trax.
Richard Rogers’ Black Booby re-edits return with BB07, which sees Chi-town original and Ron Hardy protege Gene Hunt -a Black Booby veteran from BB04 – digging out more vintage DAT dopeness on the double-A-side; which features raw-as-hell analogue house workout ‘1015’(a take on the Dion & Tony track from his ‘Chicago Dance Tracks’ collection on Rush Hour back in 2011) alongside the very aptly-named (and appropriately drum-fuelled) ‘Dr Roland’. Meanwhile on the B-side you’ll hear UK house music OG Terry Farley sharing production duties with another 90s house veteran, Stuart ‘Stretch’ Silvester. ‘Play House’ (Original Mix) is a synth-heavy jacking houser with serious dancefloor intent; plus check out the ‘KKlassik Mix’ by another Chi-town don, K’Alexi Shelby, who chases the original headlong down a dark alley littered with emotive samples and thumping keys.
Another one from the Chicago legend. On the A-side th ere-issue of ‘Freddy’s Dead’, on the flip an unreleased one from ’88-’92.
Hardmoon London continues its new found adventure by releasing another piece of the impure sound it thrives on. This time bringing in Chicago Legend: Gene Hunt. Hunt takes a look back into the history books of Chicago with some no-nonsense gritty acid tracks that have been designed to shatter teeth and jaws alike.
Gene Hunt with a solid 3 track ep delivering some classic uptempo house tracks with fine grooves and measured samples adding some funk.
Classic Italo disco, Chicago house and techno leaning package from pioneers Klein & M.B.O. including Gene Hunt and Headman remixes.
Gene Hunt on Delroy Edwards imprint. Chi Town don drops 2 loaded jak bombs over L.A….it’s all over