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Anaxander - From The Dirty South ..Of France
From The Dirty South ..Of France
12" | 2017 | US | Original (Love What You Feel)
10,99 €*
Release:2017 / US – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
The man of mystery is back! Following up his killer cut “Moons of Jupiter” from LWYF-003, Anaxander is back on Love What You Feel with a full EP of his crazy French twist on house and techno. Entitled “From the Dirty South (of France)”, this record will solidify his standing as one of underground dance music’s up and coming stars. Rocking out his distinctive arrangements and flexing his feel for mixing classic house sounds with modern production aesthetics, Anaxander shows great poise across the diverse cuts on display here.
V.A. - Love What You Feel 003
Love What You Feel 003
12" | 2017 | US | Original (Love What You Feel)
10,99 €*
Release:2017 / US – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Love What You Feel spreads the love around to four different artists for its third release.
A1. Kevin Reynolds - Instruction
Kevin Reynolds makes his LWYF debut with the deep, beautiful “Instruction”. Possibly the best-kept secret in Detroit, Kevin’s soulful style has served him well. “Instruction” starts out with a sly boogie beat that morphs into house territory as the synths kick in. Clanging percussion and a bassline reminiscent of “I Feel Love” round things out. Big things are in store for Mr. Reynolds, as you can hear in these grooves.
A2. Anaxander - Moons Of Jupiter
Anaxander is a new name to most, though his sound utilizes many familiar elements from the past. Combining tough Roland drum machine beats with hectic rave chords, “Moons of Jupiter” has a raw energy that is all too rare in house music these days. France may be where he comes from, but outer space is the limit for this guy. Keep your eye on LWYF for more from him in the future!
B1. Disco Nihilist - Telephone
Disco Nihilist makes his return to LWYF, the label he debuted on way back in 2009. Since then, his releases on Construction Paper and Running Back have beaten dancefloors around the world into submission. “Telephone” takes things in a slightly different direction, maintaining the hypnotic percussion but adding freaked out synth work that sounds like a malfunctioning UFO sending out distress signals. This is the kind of track that turns into fire in the hands of a proper deejay.
B2. Pittsburgh Track Authority - Nite Owl Video
Pittsburgh Track Authority have had a number of releases in the past year, from London’s Uzuri Records to Seattle’s Further Records, as well as the debut on their own Pittsburgh Tracks label. This time, they bring their sleaziest jam to one of their other labels, LWYF. “Nite Owl Video” is an ode to seedy video rental spots. The only way this tune could be better is if George Michael did the hook.
Ian Tocor - Elia
Ian Tocor
12" | 2014 | US | Original (Love What You Feel)
9,99 €*
Release:2014 / US – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Soulful house music with an electronic edge featuring the vocals of Raneen.
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