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Oh Nico, how I’ve missed your Deep House. The German producing machine is at again with “Dede”. Such smooth synths and baselines that keep growing and building until the end. The Piano sample is simply to die for. 

 

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So bloody funky. Alex Metric and Oliver, decent producers in their own right, team up for a Cosmic collaboration. I love how its got an authentic disco feel right from the word go. This track wouldn’t be out of place in the 70s disco halls or on today’s club dance floor - and I think thats just brilliant.

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I’ve been on the fence about this track since it came out about a month ago. At first listen, coupled with the album art (bro, seriously, a turtleneck?), it seemed like a classic case of some weak RnB crooner trying to copy the Weeknd. Yet the more I listened to Spooky Black’s voice, I started to see the brilliance and its been growing on me ever since. From the chilled out production from Greaf to the delicate nature of the vocals, this track is an exhibition in difference and for that alone it deserves to be listened to. Moreover, I have to agree with a sound cloud commenter who said “this is the happiest sad song I’ve ever heard. Let that marinate for a little while after you hit play.

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This track is like a pleasant Spring day: relaxed, warm and just a little groovy. After a tentative intro, the song takes shape around a jittering yet funky piano and synth melody.  I’m not quite sure how I came across it or Dromes, the Orlando based producer who spawned it. What I do know, it’s an uplifting little tune that illustrates that you don’t need a big name to create good music. 

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This wonderful little track has been stuck in my head all week. MrCO , a parisian producer, has reworked a classic song from the 60s songstress Francoise Hardy. The hypnotic combonoation of acoustic guitar, soft french vocals and simple House beat is a delightful backdrop for the emergence of Spring.

 

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