Romanthony – Trust (Kerri Chandler Dub)
Biggest Kerri Chandler favourite of mine, sounded crazy huge when I was spinning in Lausanne a few weeks ago. People was dancing till 7 in the morning even after the venue turned all the lights on. This was one of the jams I played in the end of the night.
Matthieu Faubourg – Please, Stay
Current favourite and also a freshly aquired twelve of mine, my friend Terje was the first to show me this one. The sounds of the cut is amazing, and the long intro is perfect for the type songs you want to end your sets with. Also a really good headphone jam.
Round Two – New Day (feat. Andy Caine) (Vocal Mix)
One of my all-time favourite vocal house cuts. I equally do love the production, his voice and the lyrics. The OG pressing sounds kinda shitty, so it makes sense to get the reissue of this one if u want it.
Larry Heard – Missing You (Larry’s Jazz Cafe Mix)
My #1 Larry Heard favourite (out of many). Top produciton and vocals on this one as well. I used to dig the original version for a long while, but got tired of it. For some reason I have’nt managed to get tired of this one after 98765432k plays.
Omar-S – Ah’ Revolution (feat. Amp Fiddler)
Put this on as your very last song. People will dance, even though there’s no drums in there.
JON HASSELL – Dreaming
Huge favorite. unpredictable yet very comforting music
Daniel Lanois – Satie
This cut is pure perfection
Leon Vynehall – Midnight On Rainbow Road
Moody track with sweet rhythms that sets off any night
Galcher Lustwerk – Life
The kick drum and bassline sounds so powerful on this simple yet awesome track from the 200%GALCHER album
Kyle Hall – Ghosten
Peaceful and easy. Like a good summer!
Fredfades & Jawn Rice
Having been ensconced in the studio recording tracks for their debut album ‘Jacuzzi Boyz’ due 2019 via Mutual Intentions, Norwegian leftfield electronic DJ / producers Fredfades and Jawn Rice will pre-empt its release with a brand new track ‘Tonight’ featuring Lucid Paradise. Fredfades details the track: “’Tonight’ is my personal favourite cut from the project. It’s a track I hope reflects our love for the true sound of quality soulful deep house. For me, this is like a personal tribute to pioneers of deep house that came out of New York, Jersey, Detroit and Chicago. In the beginning this was a deep house groove I made and sent to Jawn for him to work with. He did a version first, and after that we worked on it together with contributions from both a bass player and Lucid Paradise, which resulted in a slow evolution towards modern funk. This wasn’t what I wanted it to be in the beginning, so me and Jawn went to my studio to scrap the electric guitar bass, re-record the synth bass, lay down more keys, really turning the drums away from boogie funk and back into a house thing again. Then we rearranged both the instrumental and the vocals. I believe this is version six or seven of this song, and all the different versions really sound very different. Bang it real loud
and enjoy the groove part that plays for the last three minutes of the song”. Hailing from Oslo and Lillehammer in Norway, Fredfades and Jawn Rice have been working together on music for over ten years in different shapes and forms. They bonded immediately when they both bought their first SP1200’s back in 2007, but it wasn’t until recently they decided to collaborate on a full project. The project is deeply rooted in traditional genres such as house and electronic music, but with their super jazzy signature touches. The project features vocalists such as Lucid Paradise, Stimulator Jones and Dreamcast who all contribute with soulful RNB oriented vocals. With Jawn Rice’s “Highlights” and Fredfades’ “Warmth” LP’s well received in 2017, this is guaranteed to be one of the hottest house records of 2019.