Summery vibes from the Chicago based house producer.
British producer Mr Scruff’s “We Are Coming” has gotten the remix treatment by Berlin-based producer Max Graef. The original track appears on Scruff’s “Friendly Bacteria” album which is out right now on Ninja Tune. In my opinion Graef’s version really upstages the original. I’m probably biased, however, seeing that this is house music just the way i like it: warm, soulful and funky.
Up and coming Montreal-producer, Noo Bap, is one of many interesting artists coming out of Canada these years. Apart from where he’s from, however, he doesn’t give out much information about himself. Instead he prefers to let the music do the talking. Which is cool seeing as some of it is pretty solid. Such is the case with this mellow, clubby track which has a funky synth bass line, some nice rhodes and chopped vocals making a good pick for djs looking to build momentum early in the evening. Grab it for free here or drop by his Soundcloud to check out more Noo Bap.
D15COM8, pronounced “Disco Mate”, is a french electronic music group who, in their own words, make “housey music with a vintage touch”. That’s a very fitting description of their track “WTF” which sees the group staying true to their name.
With it’s pitched down vocals and weighty groove it is indeed quite housey, but also has an irresistibly funky disco vibe sure to keep dance floors packed. D15COM8 prefer real instruments and analog tape recorders instead of digital equipment and it’s a formula that seems to be working for them.
Their debut release is on the Romanian based Sintope Records which has been making some waves in the electronic music world lately. We’ll be keeping an eye on these guys.