We’ve been waiting for this for a while now, Isaac Tichauer’s new solo EP on French Express is about to drop, and to ease us in this free track ‘Take over you’ will do just that. It plumbs a deeper depth than a lot of Isaac’s productions but showcases his usual flair for addictive vocal treatments and serves to whet the appetite for the other 4 track on the EP out in a matter of days.
Daniel Solar and his Dikso imprint have always been welcome in our house and on more than once occasion we’ve involved him and his label buddy Andi in our releases. Today Daniel Solar has a tasty freebie for us. It’s a track he couldn’t release due to sampling issues but now he’s rebuilt it with all original parts and decided to gift it to us all to say thanks, nice when people are generous isn’t it. This has a rolling patience that we associate with Daniels sound and has the required deepness to stamp his name all over it. This one just grows and grows, just give it patience and it will reward you. Thanks Daniel, come visit again soon.
Another House of Disco exclusive for you today from London based swede Lukas Lyrestram. ‘Vanishing Point’ leans heavily on Barbara Lynn’s vocals and has a really catchy appeal, hooky brass hits and a tropical vibe will draw you in and the vocals will be knocking around your noggin for days to come. Pretty special stuff here really. Keep an eye on Lukas by following him on Soundcloud here, we know we will.
An exclusive banter edit today from the ever on point Ben Gomori. This ultimate guilty pleasure from Bobby Brown gets a surprisingly housey reworking. Clever loops and samples build us gradually to a drop that is pretty guaranteed to get a get a reaction. It’s like Bobby Brown only on Steroids instead of Crack……Lovely stuff and serious weekend fodder! Check out Ben’s new podcast series ‘Turned On’ by CLICKING HERE, also keep an eye out for an original of his we’re putting out soon
We’ve been talking about Dublin Aunts a bit recently and we’ve got lots more to say. Heartbreak Reputation was arguably their most successful release to date and this irresistible remix from another House of Disco fave Late Nite Tuff Guy is a no brainer. The sun is an illusive mistress when you live in London and it’s shining today so this funk juggernaut is right on point. Cowbells, luscious vocals and coherent lean on all things disco make this one catch fire like the ants under a magnifying glass we all sort of yearn to be. Throw us a beer there will ya.