Prepare yourself for some great house music this week including a couple of vinyl only releases and Claptone’s newest track via Exploited Records. There's also music here from labels like Anjunadeep, Gruv, Leftroom and more, so expect a little tech, a little deep, and a lot of good.
1. “Ghost” Claptone, Exploited
Another top tune from another mysterious artist this week and this week it’s “Ghost” by Claptone. However, Claptone is no stranger to us folks in house music land. Following his cult hit “No Eyes” last year, he now brings us another one that will be equally massive. He even brought on Alec Ounsworth from the Indie rock band Clap Your Hands And Say Yeah for vocals on it.
2. “Givin’ It Up” Lancelot ft. Antony & Cleopatra, Anjunadeep
Above & Beyond’s Anjunabeats camp is no longer just turning out quality trance. With their sub-label Anjunadeep now focusing more on the garage side of house music they really are competing with the best of them and “Givin’ It Up” is no exception.
3. “Simplon (Sidney Charles Remix)” Black Loops, Gruuv
Another quality release on Gruuv from a current rising star in house music Sidney Charles. This stomper is laced with his signature hip-hop samples and heavy as can be house beats.
4. “Strong” Beedeep, Mycrazything-records
Relatively brand new artist in house music here by the name of BeeDeep who turns in an upbeat and happy disco tune that is absolutely infectious.
5. “Gonna Be Mine” Rogerio Martins, Piston Recordings
Another upbeat feel-good tune on the list this week. “Gonne Be Mine” has that upbeat garage feel with repetitive vocal samples saying Gonna Be Mine all over it as it builds to a wonderful house music crescendo that will send any party over the top. Out now only on vinyl and available digitally next month.
6. “Waves Of Grain (Hobo’s Hidden Resort Remix)” Amber, Mobilee Records
Kevin McHugh aka Ambivalent officially launches his new Amber project with 'Wave of Grain', his debut EP for Mobilee Records and the standout track here is Hobo’s revision. It’s deep and moody with a swirling synth line that fades in and out.
7. “B’n Luv” Flamen, Giraphone Records
B’n Luv by Guillaume Flamen out of France is very deep and unbelievably smooth.
8. “Don’t Undastand” Huxley & Sam Russo, Leftroom Records
Man of the moment Huxley sits down with Sam Russo to create “Don’t Undastand” and the result is slightly deeper than what Huxley would usually do. It’s deep, pumping, and oh so addictive.
9. “Move On You” Maurice Deek, Audio Safari
German based Maurice Deek brings us one hell of a tune with a big fat bassline that pushes it right along.
10. “Chec On Me" Rick Wade feat. Hailey Sphynx, Hidden Wax
Mr Rick Wade himself turns in a stunning piece of Detroit style deep house on vinly only label Hidden Wax.