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Lemy Leopard & Simbad - Vibin
Lemy Leopard & Simbad
10" | 2016 | UK | Original (City Fly)
11,99 €*
Release:2016 / UK – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Weird and punchy summer-house by two vibin' bad boyz.
V.A. - City Fly Visions Volume 3
City Fly Visions Volume 3
12" | 2015 | EU | Original (City Fly)
9,99 €*
Release:2015 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
After an excursion in initiating their new subsidiary 'City Fly Records LTD' to release new, interesting projects - in which they presented a super exclusive in the form of a beautifully packaged limited edition clear 10 inch by 'UglyInk' aka drum machine deviants and aural aestheticians Ugly Drums and Inkswel - City Fly are back in familiar territory with some house flavour on the hallowed 12-inch format. To celebrate their tenth release City Fly revive their 'Visions' series which has previously featured house heroes such as Pablo Valentino, Lay-Far, YSE and Basic Soul Unit. The ethos of the Visions EP's are to present an array of artists from an international palette - representing the full house spectrum and showcasing house in all its forms. As well as welcoming back label mainstay Ugly Drums and former Midlander-turned-Berliner Red Rack 'em, City Fly are proud to bring Marlow and Simbad into the fold for Visions Vol 3...
Steven J Aka Wobblejay - Groove Your World EP (12
Steven J Aka Wobblejay
Groove Your World EP (12")
12" | 2012 | EU | Original (City Fly)
3,99 €* 9,99 € -60%
Release:2012 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Having circled around in the digital realm for some time, Steven J finally touches down onto wax with a proper release of his own, bringing a freaky, bumping brand of deep house that stands apart from the glut of smoother styles being mined at present. "Groove Your World" boasts surreal pads that create an overall delirious vibe, only bolstered by the off-kilter choice of vocal snippets and occasional thunder cracks. Medlar's remix finds its way into that swinging shuffle that he's made his name on thus far, with some smooth keys to boot. "Let Me Know" works off some bold chords before meandering off in an altogether different direction, and "You Got My Time" clatters along with a quintessential Chicago ruffness that leans heavily on the drums.
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