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Jacques Renault - LPHRSD17
Jacques Renault
LPHRSD17
10" | 2017 | EU | Original (Let's Play House)
10,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Limited edition for Record Store Day 2017!‘Bout time we do something for Record Store Day! Only missed the last six. Special 10-inch (our first!) of Jacques Renault and House of Spirits, a.k.a. Tom Noble, material here. Call it a remix swap twofer. The A is a Jacques remix of House of Spirits’ “Holding On,” the original of which was put out by Tim Sweeney on his Beats in Space label. The B’s Noble’s remix of “Words,” one of the cuts off Renault’s 2015 debut full-length, Zentrum.
Klubbhuset - Marathons
Klubbhuset
Marathons
12" | 2016 | EU | Original (Let's Play House)
13,99 €*
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Marathons began innocently, as a quick debut EP by an energetic Swedish duo we found on SoundCloud. Within a couple months of chatting with the pair, Artur Brändstrom and Egil Kahlbom, however, we realized our collaboration wasn't going to be simple, so cut and dry, so straightforward, and that's why we find ourselves here, a year after meeting them with a full album, not an in-and-out single, on our hands.What made it complex and intricate, you ask? Why'd we opt to squeeze eight originals into one long-player, you wonder? Well, Artur and Egil are prolific dudes with fantastic ears and formidable work ethics. A couple of demos quickly sprouted offspring and became four, then six, then ten. Rather than fight the arbitrary desire to trim the spread down to a 12”, we figured we'd aim higher and work on a proper album. What we constructed is, in a very classic sense, a long-player.Here's that album! It's a sunny, loose, limber, uninhibited boogie through warm disco cuts and wobbly house jams and soulful funk slices. Daytime chill-out with a nightclub architecture—or peak hour mayhem with a bright, clearheaded euphoria. Marathons swings every which way and suits any mood, so drop that needle and try it on. Then repeat, repeat, repeat.
Raffaello & Palermo - The Spirit
Raffaello & Palermo
The Spirit
12" | 2016 | UK | Original (Let's Play House)
9,99 €*
Release:2016 / UK – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Raffaello & Palermo is the union of two friends and old LPH brothers, Damon Palermo, a.k.a. Magic Touch, and Raphae?l Valensi, a.k.a. Laura Ingalls. Palermo's an Angeleno who came up in the Bay Area scene of the mid-aughts and Valensi's a Frenchman dwelling in Shanghai, perhaps best known for his work as the Horses, a duo comprised of him and Cle?ment Pony.So there's the backstory. What's actually on this slab of wax, though?Four chunky anthems that nimbly weave ravey mayhem into filter house and disco edits, sometimes touching on almost psychedelic trance-like tropes. If you don't hear one of these out every weekend night this summer, you're going to the wrong parties.
Project Pablo - Risk The Rip
Project Pablo
Risk The Rip
12" | 2017 | EU | Original (Let's Play House)
10,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Preorder 05.05.2017
Our Canadian brother is popping his LPH cherry with Risk the Rip, a four-track journey through the bouncy, beachy, wavy house boogies the guy's become notorious for. Club jams at heart that have been wrapped up in gooey layers of laid-back, ethereal pads and tied off with smatterings of punchy percussion. A soundtrack for at-home relaxation masquerading as nightclub fodder—or vice versa!
Earth Boys - Myrtle Music
Earth Boys
Myrtle Music
12" | 2017 | EU | Original (Let's Play House)
9,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Bout time! Julian Duron and Michael Sherburn are longtime friends and partners in crime; the two marinate, stew, malt in the same spaces as Jacques and Nik—namely Brooklyn's now legendary Bossa Nova Civic Club. Call this kick-off EP a statement of purpose, proof of concept, an illustration of how LPH and E.B. gel perfectly.The five tracks contained on Myrtle Music, named such in celebration of the Myrtle Avenue JMZ and L train stops in Bushwick, are easy, chilled-out house jams built on stacks of pads from the future and breaks from the past. Weird, ethereal tuneage that feels like the score to a walk through empty allies in a Blade Runner world. (Or, for the anime wonks out there, maybe the Tokyo of Patlabor.)
Huerta - LK Tapes
Huerta
LK Tapes
12" | 2017 | EU | Original (Let's Play House)
9,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Our second offering for 2017 is by another longtime friend whom we now can also call a part of the humble LPH Records team, Huerta, né Steve Huerta.Four brisk, boisterous house cuts here, all built around buttery bass lines and cocooned in warm, airy, groovy synth melodies. Perfect for early morning serenades, foggy backrooms, basements with red lights.Music that keeps your feet firmly planted while sending your head into the heavens.
Sleazy McQueen - Huit Etoiles
Sleazy McQueen
Huit Etoiles
12" | 2016 | EU | Original (Let's Play House)
8,99 €* 9,99 € -10%
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Sleazy McQueen, ne? Laurin Fedora, has been one of the U.S.'s foremost purveyors of classic disco, fuzzy house, and funky edits for over a decade, so it's about time we bring him into the fold at LPH. Doing it in style and with a bang by delivering a package that includes two originals—the cosmic "Huit Etoiles” and the bumpin' shuffler "Galway Jam”—plus two remixes of the titular track, one by Kenji Takimi, best known as the founder of Japan's preeminent dance music label, Crue­L, one by Gerd Janson, the head honcho at Running Back as well as Lauer's better half in Tuff City Kids.
Jacques Renault - Off Zentrum
Jacques Renault
Off Zentrum
12" | 2016 | EU | Original (Let's Play House)
9,99 €*
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
The second of two Zentrum spinoffs is with us! As with the first, it comes loaded with four remixes. Octo Octa, Vito & Druzzi, Cooper Saver and Turbotito, and Lemonade all handed in top-notch reimaginings of tracks off Jacques Renault's debut LP, which came out just under a year ago, and they all somehow manage to be unique unto themselves while also sublimely bleeding into one another.Octo Octa's rendering of “Mi Casa Samba” serves as a propulsive beginning that's as dark and druggy as it is sharp and focused. Vito & Druzzi's take on “Faith” runs in a similar vein, but in a more stripped-back, drawn-out, and patient sort of way; it is nearly ten minutes long, so this is perhaps not a surprise.The B's remixes are brighter, sunnier, though that's not to say they're not bold. Cooper Saver and Turbotito's redo of “Words” has a certain funky swing to it that, paired with spacey synths and Balearic bells and whistles, makes it ideal daytime disco fodder. The Lemonade boys close the EP with their vibey take on “Faith.” Pads for days, a plump bass, and a focus on the original's sax make you wonder if the song itself somehow got stoned from a couple extra giant bong rips. A fitting way to end both the 12” and the summer.
Jacques Renault - Off Zentrum
Jacques Renault
Off Zentrum
12" | 2016 | EU | Original (Let's Play House)
9,99 €*
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
We talked a ton about LPH co-owner and -founder Jacques Renault's debut LP, Zentrum, so let's keep things brief and cut to the chase for Off Zentrum, the first remix EP to be spun off from that record.Four remixes, all by LPH family members, all burners. First one's by Borrowed Identity, second one's by Nicholas, third on's by Massimiliano Pagliara, fourth one's by Max McFerren. How multicultural! That's two continents and four countries represented! Hot dog!
Kito Jempere - Amended Wonders
Kito Jempere
Amended Wonders
12" | 2015 | EU | Original (Let's Play House)
9,99 €*
Release:2015 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Kito Jempere makes his Let’s Play House debut this June with a captivating four-track EP ‘Amended Wonders’ featuring a remix from Palms Trax.
Urulu - Moon Unit
Urulu
Moon Unit
12" | 2014 | EU | Original (Let's Play House)
8,99 €*
Release:2014 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
3 excellent tracks from Urulu and a deeeep remix courtesy of Ben La Desh. Recommended!
Autoface (Juan MacLean & Shit Robot) - Souls On Ice
Autoface (Juan MacLean & Shit Robot)
Souls On Ice
12" | 2017 | EU | Original (Let's Play House)
9,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Autofac's gonna be a new one to you, but the names behind it—Juan MacLean and Marcus Lambkin, a.k.a. Shit Robot—most certainly are not. The DFA house, disco, and techno veterans have long been friends, sharing bills around the world, vocalists on records, engineers on mixing boards. For a while now, they've also been collaborating in the studio, and it's with tremendous honor that we get to be the label that presents the world with the fruits of their labors.Souls on Ice is a snarled, fierce, aggressive four-tracker, all of it recorded live, which gives it a distinct loopiness and patience. The EP starts off on a bumpin' techno tip and slowly drifts towards a spacier, groovier house sound. Charged and punchy, it's the kind of dance floor kick in the pants only wizards like Juan and Marcus can deliver.
Keita Sano - Eye
Keita Sano
Eye
12" | 2016 | EU | Original (Let's Play House)
8,09 €* 8,99 € -10%
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
We finished 2015 with a six-track jumbo EP from Borrowed Identity and thought we'd repeat the same trick for 2016, though this time with originals from Okayama-based producer Keita Sano.EYE begins with “Keep an Eye Out, Pt. 2,” a propulsive song that sounds like a lost contender for the Knight Rider theme. “Own Signal” keeps things dark, but with a spartan bleakness. The side finishes with “Smoker,” another manic cut that'll give you chills.The flip finds Keita exploring brighter sounds without losing that industrial, jagged edge. “TRMK” is essentially a beat track that'll ignite any dance floor and “Fix” is a herky-jerky ditty that'll get you stomping around the club like a possessed reveler. The 12”'s cherry on top is “Think Twice,” a funky ass-shaker that centers around a crackly sample of crowd noise, a chopped-up disco vocal, and bouncy bass. A fiery finale for this hedonistic party.
Felix Dickenson & Jamie Read - Mistaken Identity EP
Felix Dickenson & Jamie Read
Mistaken Identity EP
12" | 2016 | EU | Original (Let's Play House)
8,99 €*
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Let's keep this short and sweet. We're talking about Felix Dickinson and Jaime Read, neither of whom need much in the way of introduction, after all.Three monsters here. Acid-flecked, spacey, loopy stuff that's bold, assertive yet melodious, playful. These two have released enough on their own and together as L.H.A.S. Inc. to make you know this is a badass 12”, so what're you waiting for? Get it already—it'll never leave your bag, we're sure.
Klaves - Say It
Klaves
Say It
12" | 2016 | UK | Original (Let's Play House)
8,99 €*
Release:2016 / UK – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
incl. Baba Stiltz RemixIf you've been with us for a while, you've noticed we like to begin each year on a particularly exuberant, boisterous note, and 2016's kickoff is no different than those that preceded it!We begin the second half of this decade with our first EP by Klaves, a relatively new name whom you might've picked up on when he released a spectacular single on PMR's Beat Club imprint. He's remained quite quiet since then, so we're extra joyous to be unleashing what is effectively his second offering on our humble label.Say It starts off with its title track, a compact, tight little number that fidgets its way through its four minute runtime in what feels half as long. It's always the fun stuff that's most fleeting, right? Well, not necessarily: the original is followed by a slightly lengthier remix by Studio Barnhus affiliate, the enigmatic and idiosyncratic Baba Stiltz. The Swede spices “Say It” up with a ladle of saucy piano and playful pitch bends.The B-side, “Awake,” does what its name indicates it's supposed to and keeps you alert. The swinging shuffler takes the energy of the first tune and ratchets it up yet another notch for an explosive finale. Or beginning! One of our favorite things about this 12” is that, despite zipping by in a flurry of adrenaline, it can be played back to front and front to back and still have the same effect. Short and sweet. Very sweet.
Andre Laos - Nordic Delight
Andre Laos
Nordic Delight
12" | 2015 | US | Original (Let's Play House)
8,99 €*
Release:2015 / US – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
André Laos' second act on Let's Play House is a continuation of his first. Like Roundabout, Nordic Delight (the guy hails from Gothenburg, so you can guess where the title originated), is sunny and bright piano-laden house that's as melodious as it is layered and ornate. Unlike that EP, though, this one really revolves around one track―"Stroganoff"―which is presented in three different forms: a vocal mix, a "piano stew" dub, and a remix from Anton Klint of Tiedye. Supplementing and equalizing those is "Kalops," the 12”'s second original."Stroganoff" starts modestly: setting the stage are a warm bass and glistening synth line that sound as though they're pulsing from a nightclub you're still waiting in line to enter. Slowly, both rise up in the mix and explode into a shimmery wall of glitter, strobes, puffs of smoke. Eventually, a vocal that feels firmly planted in the late 80s or early 90s―think Inner City―enters and we shift into high gear. The cut effortlessly fades away with a simple kick―and then it's back with the dub instrumental, a rejigging of the O.G. that cuts the vox for jacked-up keys and an energy that somehow adds even more drive, more force.The B starts with the "Kalops," a moodier and more contemplative song that gently ambles forward in a swirl of tight percussion, smooth keys, and a smattering of xylophones for good measure. Seven minutes later we find ourselves returning to "Stragnoff" for a final go, this time with Mr. Klint's rendering. Laos' Gothenburg neighbor (and studiomate!) puts his focus on the drums, which he adds some rigidity to, a bouncy synth hook he penned, and a grab-bag of funky bells and whistles.Summer doesn't have to end just because October's begun.
Jacques Renault - Zentrum LP
Jacques Renault
Zentrum LP
2LP | 2015 | UK | Original (Let's Play House)
20,99 €*
Release:2015 / UK – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Jacques Renault has traveled the world round many times (we're betting he's clocked a few hundred thousand miles); played the biggest clubs and smallest rave caves alike; worked with and for bigwigs, hotshots, up-and-comers, local friends, and foreign pals met through couch-surfs, house parties, and crate-digs; released original and remix material on a litany of labels that, as a whole, reads as a who's who of 21st century dance music culture; been half of a renowned production duo (Runaway); and helmed a handful of labels, Let's Play House included, since his humble beginnings, as a rookie DJ in his Chicago dorm, circa 1997. While his professional career?or what comes closest to what one would call a professional career?didn't kick off until the release of Rvng of the Nrds, Vol. 6, on Rvng Inlt., in 2008, and the NYC residences he presided over during the years before that, he's been either on the periphery or at the epicenter of this crazy world of house jams and disco edits and techno bangers for one hell of a long time.And so it's a little tough for us to do our usual thing and break this release?his debut long-player?down, track by track. We've been waiting for it for so many moons that now, in light of its completion and eminent release, we're at a loss for words. We can tell you that it includes 11 tracks, many of which feature guests, all of whom are pals from around the corner or around the globe. We can tell you it comes packaged in a deluxe gatefold sleeve that was designed by our creative director and head graphic designer since day one, Drew Heffron. We can tell you it is the product of hundreds of hours of tinkering and noodling and obsessing. Really, though, that's about all we have.We hope you enjoy this beast of an album, an album that's not only significance for the wait we had to endure for it to land on our doorsteps, but for the sheer talent and craft that went into its creation. It's a condensed and compacted timeline of the man's musical journey through life, and we just think it's the bee's knees.
Jacques Renault - Talk System EP
Jacques Renault
Talk System EP
12" | 2015 | EU | Original (Let's Play House)
9,99 €*
Release:2015 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Let’s Play House co-founder, Jacques Renault, delivers a superb four-track EP this July in ‘Talk System’, which features a couple of remixes from John Barera & Will Martin and Sisterhood. The ever-impressive producer returns to his own imprint this summer with his ‘Talk System’ EP, a heavy- hitting release that preludes his long-awaited album, set for release later this year. Jacques title cut ‘Talk System’ unfolds at the sublime pace of an evening stroll, fusing every arpeggio, hissing snare and shining synth in effortless fashion to culminate in dreamlike delivery that drags you empathically to the clouds. Fresh off the back of their recent mix for XLR8R, Argo affiliates John Barera & Will Martin put their stamp on the original to dish up a riding 4/4 groove driven by infectious bassline hooks and a hype old school vox – a slick and dynamic throwback to 90’s house. On the B-side ‘Psyched Up’ is built over stripped back drums and tough pads, for the core of proceedings Jacques employs an oscillating hook and stabbing chords to infectious and mesmerizing effect. Harry Benson and John Malcom Moore aka Sisterhood step up for remix duty here, the London-based pair harness the dominant feature of Renaults original to craft an even more spectral version, seamlessly layered over shifting percussion and soft washes of bass.
Homework - Palindrome 1
Homework
Palindrome 1
12" | 2015 | EU | Original (Let's Play House)
9,99 €*
Release:2015 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
The dynamic Amsterdam-based duo Homework join the Let’s Play House family this May with their four- track ‘Palindrome 1’ EP out on the imprints White label. Since initially bursting onto the scene in 2010 with their blistering ‘Hudson Square’ EP on Exploited the Dutch based pair have been dishing up a string of successful releases on the likes of Wolf Music, 2020 Vision, Jackmode and Made To Play. ‘Palindrome 1’ marks their first foray on the ever-impressive Let’s Play House and the gent’s don’t disappoint. Special mention must go to title cut and EP opener ‘Palindrome 1’ where buttery synths and clipped percussion combine seamlessly with feathery pads and warm tones to deliver a polished sunshine groove. The EP on a whole is characterized by crisp production, organic warmth and undulating groove with each cut bringing something a little different to the table. In a sentence - moving, melodic and moody yet supremely captivating house delivered track after track here from Homework.
Jozef K & Winter Son - May The Lord Have Mercy On Us All
Jozef K & Winter Son
May The Lord Have Mercy On Us All
12" | 2015 | EU | Original (Let's Play House)
9,99 €*
Release:2015 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
With Jozef K & Winter Son's May the Lord Have Mercy On Us All, Let's Play House dives deeper into the world of techno. The record includes two dubby originals—“Like Falling Angels” in addition to the titular track—as well as a pair of remixes from some of N. America's finest: Luke Hess of Detroit and Basic Soul Unit of Toronto.
Tippy Toes - Love Reminder EP
Tippy Toes
Love Reminder EP
12" | 2015 | EU | Original (Let's Play House)
9,99 €*
Release:2015 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Our first offering of 2015 is our second EP by Tippy Toes, the Brooklyn-based duo comprised of engineer/producer Abe Seiferth and multi-instrumentalist Morgan Wiley of Midnight Magic and Hercules & Love Affair fame. Unlike the debut 12”, which was equal parts stoned, dubby disco and a sort of heady reimagining of progressive house, Love Reminder is a ready-for-the-radio package containing two vocal house tracks and two remixes that hearken back to the classic tropes and styles of the Chicago, Detroit, and Jersey days. The singer, Vasillus, has a gentle voice that lands softly, but firmly; it's husky and round, making it a perfect complement to the instrumentals, which are buttery smooth, filtered out for days, and hooky. When we say “hooky,” we mean it —“Love Reminder” and “Heaven” are bubblegummy pop tracks of the highest caliber and will remain lodged in your head for a long while. The B-side features two remixes by LPH friend, party guest, and all-around awesome fella, Shit Robot, who recently released his second LP on DFA, the label he's been exclusively putting material out with since 2006. Both versions were mixed by Manuel Tur. We hope you fall in love all over these gorgeous pieces and you enjoy them as much as we do.
Jack Fell Down - Epiphany EP
Jack Fell Down
Epiphany EP
12" | 2014 | EU | Original (Let's Play House)
8,09 €* 8,99 € -10%
Release:2014 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Prepare to have your brain fried! Enjoy the jolt of electroshock therapy without having to step foot in a psych ward! Jack Fell Down—originally a production and DJ duo based out of Sheffield that now splits its time between there and London—has been around for a minute. James Vickers and Tony Craig (no Jack—sorry) released an excellent, albeit especially druggy, EP, on Home Taping Is Killing Music, back in 2012, which they followed with offerings for Manucci's Mistress, Dabit, and, most recently, Quintessentials. Finally, they've found their way to the other side of the Atlantic for their best record yet.
Luke Solomon - Things Wot I Done, Volume 1 EP
Luke Solomon
Things Wot I Done, Volume 1 EP
12" | 2014 | EU | Original (Let's Play House)
8,99 €*
Release:2014 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Over the course of his twenty-plus-year-long career, Luke Solomon has made one hell of a name for himself: he's released dozens of singles and EPs on labels like Crosstown Rebels, Rekids, Cajual, and Playhouse, to name a few; founded his own imprint, Classic, with longtime friend and co-conspirator, Derrick Carter; dropped four albums; and had a hand in well over 100 remixes. As one might expect, it's a tremendous honor to now welcome the veteran DJ and producer to LPH, where we think he fits in perfectly, despite being the artist in our ranks with the most impressive tenure.
Tanzlife - Biscuit Symphony
Tanzlife
Biscuit Symphony
12" | 2014 | EU | Original (Let's Play House)
8,99 €*
Release:2014 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
This is a singular, idiosyncratic piece of work unlike any other that's come out on LPH. The product of Polish producer, Tomek Matuszczak, Biscuit Symphony is, as its name suggests, an epic yet whimsical and bizarre journey through its auteur's eccentric—albeit charming and catchy—tendencies.
Squarehead - Dead Reyt
Squarehead
Dead Reyt
12" | 2014 | EU | Original (Let's Play House)
6,39 €* 7,99 € -20%
Release:2014 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Squarehead, a Sheffield-based up-and-coming talent, is the lucky producer to nab LPH's 25th release, a landmark to say the least. (As such, the label is printed with touches of silver inks). Hot off a thrilling 12" for Manucci's Mistress and a nasty one for Shabby Doll, Squarehead's LPH contribution is, as one should now expect, all lean muscle and no fat. "Dead Reyt" gets the record going at a feverish pace; a propulsive and peppy bass gets you moving straight away, with well-placed synth washes, vocal drops, and an arpeggiated, loopy melody making it playfully suspenseful and engaging. When it sputters out after seven minutes, you either hit repeat or eagerly move on the next cut, "Got2Know", an equally forceful and headfirst piano house boogie. The B-side begins with "Vishen", an elastic, whimsical jam that's laced with a bouncy synth hook and sporadic bits of extra fills, claps, and supplemental bass licks. The 12" closes with "Someday", a rigid, square house tune built around a sprightly steel drum part and swinging hats that coalesce into a euphoric conclusion to this already lighthearted yet masterfully arranged and executed collection of originals.
Jacques Renault - The Fake Out
Jacques Renault
The Fake Out
12" | 2014 | EU | Original (Let's Play House)
8,99 €*
Release:2014 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
LPH's second record of the year is quite a doozy. Once again, label co- founder/-owner, Jacques Renault, steps up to the plate, equipped with some TNT laced with his special sauce. “The Fake Out” is a nasty, no-nonsense house cut that's equal parts paranoid, schizo jitteriness and deliberate, forceful thump. The track begins with a fidgety synth motif and throbbing bass warble, both of which extend through all seven minutes. Guttural vocal samples are dropped in, lock-step, with the beat, adding to the overarching bleakness until it all simply ceases. This is Renault embracing the searing sharpness of his personality illustrated so vividly on a number of the productions he and Marcos Cabral did as Runaway, namely “Indoor Pool,” which came out on LPH in 2011, and the Rekids/DFA classic, “Brooklyn Club Jam.” The flip features two complementary remixes, one by Welsh producer the Organ Grinder, the other by fellow New Yorkers No Regular Play. The former picks up where J.R. left off, but rejiggers the original into something more resemblant of a song, with a build, a bridge, a climax, and, finally, a comedown. It's no less menacing, however, which isn't too surprising; the Organ Grinder is known for his twisted and intense style. NRP, on the other hand, breathe a bit of warmth into the cold expanse that is “The Fake Out” by augmenting it with soothing keys and a smoother—and catchy—bass riff. After taking off so explosively, it feels nice to land with grace and finesse.
Tippy Toes - Up & Up
Tippy Toes
Up & Up
12" | 2013 | UK | Original (Let's Play House)
7,99 €*
Release:2013 / UK – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
With Tippy Toes' eponymous debut EP, LPH not only puts out its first record by a previously-unreleased artist, but also delves into the world of pure, unadulterated out-of-the-box house music.
M.D.C & Name In Lights - Stockholm Stories
M.D.C & Name In Lights
Stockholm Stories
12" | 2013 | EU | Original (Let's Play House)
8,99 €*
Release:2013 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
LPH's second release of the spring is also the NYC label's second split 12”. But instead of featuring a couple of sun-soaked L.A.-based outfits as with Cosmic Kids and Fingerpaint's Reality On The Horizon EP, label heads Nik Mercer, Jacques Renault, and James Friedman set out to Sweden to grab two tracks by M.D.C. (otherwise known as Muslim Disco Club) and Name In Lights, plus a remix by Studio Barnhus' Kornél Kovács.
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