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Snad / Jackson Lee - Jargon / Syntax Error
Snad / Jackson Lee
Jargon / Syntax Error
12" | 2020 | US | Original (Deep Club)
12,99 €*
Release:2020 / US – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Deep Club launches another split-12” consisting of two unlikely pairings. Berlin via Chicago’s Snad leads the A-side. After co-founding Gandu Records in Chicago he jumped across the pond, where his output increased quickly for the likes of Minibar and Smallville while contributing to US favorites Kimochi and TerraFirm. On Jargon / Syntax Error, “Jargon” encompasses his signature style of deep, minimal, swinging house. The track builds over almost eight minutes with a massive rolling baseline and sporadic synth stabs and pads. Mix out too early and you miss the point. “Urban Decay” is a bass massage that hits only on the right sound system or headphones. Jackson Lee takes side B in a different direction while still exploring themes around deep and minimal. The mysterious NYC via Memphis techno producer boasts an impressive catalog on his Mystical Disco imprint, as well as collaborations with Ben Jenkins, R Gamble and Grey People. “Syntax Error” is an extended techno bomb with a massive kickdrum that will leave dancefloors sizzling. The eerie effects crawling in and out of the texture and sharp hats combine with the low end for a masterclass in deep techno. “Clouds of Xeen” brings the energy down with distortion, wispy pads, and glistening layers, making it a great choice for 6 AM.
Occidental / Grey People - Trespass / Cop Watch
Occidental / Grey People
Trespass / Cop Watch
12" | 2019 | EU | Original (Deep Club)
9,99 €*
Release:2019 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Deep Club rounds out five years with its fifth addition to the label arm, a split 12-inch EP of raw, unbridled techno. Trespass / Cop Watch reaches outside of Deep Club’s inner circle, enlisting the talents of Grey People, one of the crew’s favorite American techno producers. After posting key releases for Proper Trax, CGI, and Public System Recordings, Grey People released 12-inches for Valcrond Video and Nerang Recordings, as well as a new album with fledgling French label 99cts Rcrds, all while commanding Nashville’s techno underground and helping run the budding TRAM Planet label and party crew. Adding to the fun, Occidental crawls back out of the shadows to contribute two brain-melting tracks to this split twelve.
Occidental starts it off with two not-so-similar versions of “Trespass”. “Trespass (Juss Feel It)” delivers 140 BPM of filthy frequencies straight to the brain stem in just over four minutes. You juss gotta feel it. Next, “Trespass Dat A$$” slows the pace down and turns up the spanking. This one is all about the thick, pulsing kickdrum, lush pads, and deep moans. The flip side belongs to Grey People. “Intercepting Encrypted Messages” channels a repetitive, bloopy synth rhythm and powerful drums before the hi-hats and claps smack the dancefloor. “Cop Watch” draws on Grey People’s Chicago roots for a dynamic and frenetic dance.
Lone Dancer - House Is A Tunnel
Lone Dancer
House Is A Tunnel
12" | 2018 | EU | Original (Deep Club)
9,99 €*
Release:2018 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Deep Club resident dj and head strobe controller Lone Dancer marks our label’s 4th entry with his first solo 12” on vinyl. After finishing two quality tape albums in 2017 already for Jacktone and Always Human Tapes, “House is a Tunnel” arrives packed with 4 club-ready jagged tekno bangers and one cut for the chillout room. Side A - Communication: The title track is a sure-fire party starter centered around a thick kickdrum and a repeating synth rhythm laced with weird percussion and synth stabs trickling
through the texture. Next, “PO12-3” combines crisp claps, hats, and a central synth theme that calls for an intergalactic rave. “Colony Dwelling” kicks off the Transportation side, taking our extraterrestrial dancers to a new dimension steeped in fog juice and flangers. “Floor” has a chill intro until it launches into a gritty track that throws broken kickdrums and distorted synths in every direction. Finally, “Night Rain” puts the party to rest utilizng soft pads while hinting at moments from the night before.
Overall, “House is a Tunnel” is a fitting dance-centric conglomeration of Lone Dancer’s unique style of jacking techno, broken beats, and spaced out tracks that has set him apart in 2017.
Bocaj - Already Used To It...
Bocaj
Already Used To It...
12" | 2016 | US | Original (Deep Club)
14,99 €*
Release:2016 / US – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
...Already Used merges his moody, groovy production skills & songwriting for a record who's meaning extends far beyond the club. Deep Club resident's "Marta" has been one of the most talked about tracks on the massive Gays Hate Techno 2.0 comp.
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