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Aus Music boss Will Saul has been more interested in collaborating in recent years, with Bugs representing his first solo release in almost half a decade. It seems like Saul is making up for lost time with this one - the title track doesn’t take long shifting from a pretty twinkling keyboard intro into a very tough, very pleasing house roller. We’ve also go a second tune and a remix from Matt Karmil on this one.
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Meme-tastic new release from Fold, following recent work for the Electric Minds label. Netflix & Chill entices the listener with bouncing house rhythms, before revealing its true sampletastic intentions. 3 very strong original productions, rounded out by a compelling, emotionally weighty remix from Kassem Mosse. 12” on Aus Music.
After just releasing his full length on Houndstooth, no rest for Berlin based Marquis Hawkes going straight to AUS records for two tracks of house exploration. With Discopuss setting a cheeky Groovejet-like disco groove as precedent with phasing strings and vocal chops, before tightening it for the title track, a taut house track founded on piano stabs and arpeggiator bed.
Donna is released on Aus Music and is the debut from UK techno and house DJ and producer, Cassy. There are some solid Detroit techno sounds here, with pulsating electronics layered with flowing synths and ping-pong rhythm. Expect the Boiler Room lady to be soundtracking any Berghain style party this side of 5am.
London-based house producer Midland's latest offering on the notorious Aus Music label is exactly as the title suggests. Dusty, slunky house and techno grooves backed by an ensemble of classic sounding synthesisers to get you moving into the early hours. Also featuring some crazy experimental sound mangling on 2nd track 'Reflex', this won't disappoint.
You have to be Inspector Morse to figure out what's going on with some of the dance 12"s this week. I've nailed this one, its by Appleblim and Komon though one track is by Komon and Appleblim, one is by Komon alone and another sees Appleblim do the solo thang. Here are 4 examples of their textural, granular explorations which have seen them remix the likes of Bonobo and Paul Woolford. They mine a deep and soulful form of electronica, made for dancefloor or sitting on your own in the house.
Youandewan gives it up on this four tracker of deep and funky cuts on Aus Music. Difficult to pin a badge on, the tracks flirt seductively with acid, smooth grooves and deep house. Mindful to keep a check on the dance floor, this is high end, pre-club boogie. Definitely a twelve for lovers of left of centre, elegant house music.
There’s muscles you have got to train. Like your Bicep. 130bpm is a strict minimum, according to these Aussies who just love going around making techno. One might even argue they run in Circles in the same grooves, which would explain why this banger is available on 12” vinyl from our shop.