Tag: deep house


tunesday | house to house feat. kym mazelle – taste my love

Dezember 2nd, 2014 — 6:33pm

marshall julius jefferson was born in 1959 in chicago and began producing dance tracks electronically in 1985 when he was still working nights at a local post offices. in 1986 he wrote and recorded “move your body (the house music anthem)” with three postal colleagues, which was released on trax records and became his breakthrough. jefferson also produced under different aliases like hercules, virgo or in this case house to house amongst others. Continue reading »

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tunesday | the vision – laidback & groovy

Oktober 28th, 2014 — 6:08pm

although there are not many informations about eddie “satin” maduro, the chances are really high to stumble across his name in record credits. he might be best known for his collaboration with wayne gardiner on strictly rhythm´s logic “the warning” which he co-produced, co-arranged and co-mixed. Continue reading »

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tunesday | the deep – the fire ep

Oktober 14th, 2014 — 6:21pm

cyril etienne des rosaies aka dj deep has been a part of the parisian house and techno scene for ages. he got his initial break in the first half of the 1990s playing for laurent garnier at his oz parties at la luna and club boy, then at club le palace for the zoo parties. at the same time he started to host a radio show on radio fg 98.2, which later became “a deep groove” with his friends dj gregory and alex from tokyo. Continue reading »

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tunesday | jovonn – pitch black ep

Oktober 7th, 2014 — 6:18pm

brooklyn native allen jovonn armstrong has produced more than 200 records in different genres. he exploded on the dance scene in 1990 with his second release “turn and run away” on warner bros. records, which reached number 10 on the billboard chart, but the song he might be best known for is “back in the dark”. Continue reading »

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tunesday | romanthony – trust – the motor city drum ensemble mixes

August 12th, 2014 — 5:50pm

new jersey´s anthony wayne moore aka romanthony was releasing records since the early nineties till his death in 2013 and is maybe best known for his work with daft punk where he provided the vocals for “one more time” and “too long” on their 2001 album “discovery”. Continue reading »

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tunesday | garnier – kl 2036 ep

Juli 22nd, 2014 — 6:21pm

there is no introduction needed for mr. laurent garnier who moved to london in 1984 to work as a waiter in the french embassy in london. two years later he moved to manchester where discovered the booming uk house scene and the hacienda where he started to dj. Continue reading »

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tunesday | trevor deep jr. – inspire! ep

Juni 24th, 2014 — 7:47pm

trevor deep jr. is back! finlands mystery man who describes himself somewhere between detroit deepness, classic chicago house and the moody soundscapes of helsinki with true love for analog synthesis finally put out another record. Continue reading »

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tunesday | black rascals – keeping my mind

Mai 20th, 2014 — 7:09pm

new jersey´s garage house maestros josh milan and kevin hedge who are mostly known for their work as blaze also produced a couple of records under the moniker black rascals after chris herbert left the production team in 1991. Continue reading »

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tunesday | kerri chandler – night moods ep

April 15th, 2014 — 5:59pm

kerri “kaoz” chandler´s contribution to deep house is undeniable. his musical influences can be traced back to new jersey growing up in a family full of dj´s. especially his father provided him with a rich background in soul, jazz, disco and the new york underground dance sound, which you can hear in his productions. Continue reading »

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tunesday | rhythm plate – lean

März 25th, 2014 — 5:53pm

a friendship built in matlock, a small out of the way village in england´s peak district, between two youngsters, matt rhythm and ant plate, who combined their surnames in 1995 and formed rhythm plate. Continue reading »

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