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Welcome To Paradise (Italian Dream House 89-93) Vol. 1

‘Dream House’, in case you didn’t know, is a special Italian spin-off of the late-80’s deep house sound: a sort of mediterranean cousin to UK ambient house artists. It’s a gorgeous style with properly blissful vibes and big sweet melodies, and Welcome To Paradise Vol. 1 is an expertly-curated collection of ...view item »

Various
Welcome To Paradise (Italian Dream House 89-93) Vol. 2

‘Dream House’, in case you didn’t know, is a special Italian spin-off of the deep house sound: a sort of Mediterranean cousin to UK ambient house artists. It’s a gorgeous style with properly blissful vibes and big sweet melodies, and Welcome To Paradise Vol. 2, which covers the period 1989 to 1993, is an expertly...view item »

Various
Welcome To Paradise (Italian Dream House 90-94) Vol. 3

I don’t know about you, but when I first read the title of Welcome To Paradise I did so in the voice that kicks off The Avalanches’ seminal Since I Left You. While the music here may come from the worlds of Italo-Disco and Balearic House rather than plunderphonics, there’s certainly a shared v...view item »

Satoshi & Makoto
CZ-5000 Sounds & Sequences

As the art suggests, this work is the collaboration of two artists who communicate via telekinesis, but at the time they made this album telekinesis wasn't wireless so you had to hook up to a keyboard. So it cme to pass that Satoshi & Makoto made sounds on the Casio Cor-Poration, crafting largely lowkey works built...view item »

Ben Penn
Spare Hobby / Carrera

The handily rhyming Ben Penn is a Dutch 'agent' who has made what he describes as "inter dimensional higher level funk" using a vocoder to create that true '80s electro vibe. He's an expert on the synthesiser and uses this instrument to create wild retro flourishes to remind you of the time you danced to Hancock (Herbie).  ...view item »

Private Eyes
Mirror Image / Anasazi

Slices taken from a few pies here. With and 80s synth backbone that would suit a straight to VHS film, arpeggiated basslines and cold chords swelling in and out Mirror Image is one for night-time drives. Anasazi plays more on the minimal side, arpeggiated micro phrases playing off one another, drumless, pushing through the anal...view item »