Monday, December 16, 2013

Deep House Archives Vol. 39 - Parallel Movement


As we approach the holiday season, our offering is an homage to a city that shaped modern electronic music (and music in general) like no other, Detroit. 2013 might have been the year that "deep house" came into limelight but DHA will deviate from the abundance of modern takes on our favorite genre. This mix is meant to serve as a reminder of all the things that made us love deep house. Including a handful of classics, as well as some new releases from interesting new artists, Parallel Movement is better heard loud and in the dark.

Special thanks go to Kevin Bauman for providing the photo art of the mix.

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Here's the tracklisting for the mix

moodymann - amerika (side b) - kdj
soundstream - just around (gil’s pregnant 7up edit) - soundsampler
andres - new for u - la vida
norma jean bell - nobody - peacefrog records
motor city drum ensemble - send a prayer pt.2 - mcde
medlar - terrell - wolf music
chez n trent - morning factory - prescription
glenn astro and imyrmind - kdim - odd socks
max graef - ignorance is bliss - heist
pepe bradock - last - podis
ctepeo ‘57 - mono 66 - tartelet records
echonomist feat. g-tech - keys to life (kyodai remix) - dessous recordings
mr. tophat and art alfie - king Hassan (shutted blinds 3:pm) - junk yard connections
dense and pika - colt - hotflush recordings
iz and diz - mouth (brad peep’s remix for friends) - classic
carl craig presents paperclip people - the climax (re-worked) - open



Anonymous said...

WOW! All I have to say, this mix is out of this world, selection and flow. Thank you.

JESSE ONE said...

Walter White would give an "A+" Theo for your audio drug

Unknown said...

again a nice mix! ThX, greetings from Antwerp, Belgium

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