Last week you got to grab a good bargain. With our 271st episode where you got 3 DJ’s for the price of one. This week things are back like they are used to. Just one DJ, but completely free. Like every week where I curate and mix you the latest in electronic dance music for free. That’s why a small donation is always very much appreciated. To donate just go to the Dirty Disco homepage where you will be able to donate. In this week’s episode, I’m going back deep in the house with some older, new and promo releases.
Deep In The House – Episode 272.
This week I made a selection of some older tracks which I used to go deep in the house. Some new recently released tracks and a few tracks that are going to be released very soon. Depending on when you listen and read this of course.
I’m playing you a few tracks from the in 2017 released album from Harvey Sutherland. And it seemed that his album is very hard to find on the internet. In contrast to his EP’s and tracks. The Album Harvey Sutherland released in 2017 that holds his own name. Isn’t listed on the most common music portals such as Juno, Beatport, Traxsource, Deejay.de among others.
No instead of finding it there. I found it through a listing on Discogs, where a link was placed to a Japanese website that sells it. Use the link given here, to navigate to the website and order the unfortunately only available as CD album.
But for the tracks and EP’s by Harvey Sutherland, these are very easy to find across the web on multiple websites. With most of them being available as a 12″ vinyl as well.
The British producer Matthew Herbert has been producing and releasing music for a long time now. Recently he released and repressed a few of his very rare and hard to find vinyl EP’s on his own Accidental Jnr records label. In 1996 he released his EP’s Mathew Herbert, part one, part two, and part three on the Phono label. This series of vinyl was very rare at that time since only 500 copies have been pressed. Until last month, when he decided to repress those EP’s once again on vinyl.
The in Londen based duo Dusky are back with a new EP. It has been a while since they released a new EP. Prior to the release of the new EP Aset Forever which will be available from the 14th of September. They already released the track Among The Gods, which is also included on the EP.
Maribou State – Kingdoms In Colour
Last but not least, in this episode where I’m going deep in the house. I’m also going to talk a little bit about the new recently released new album by Maribou State – Kingdoms In Colour. After their debut album portraits, they now are back with this great Album on the Counter Records label. The album contains 8 tracks with a few already being released prior to the album release. Which includes collaborations with Khruangbin and Holly Walker. We will end this episode with one of their tracks coming from the new Kingdoms In Colour album.
Next to these highlighted EP’s and albums. There is much more music for you in this deep in the house episode of Dirty Disco Radio 272. Expect a new promo EP on Wolf Music by Frits Wentink. Alma Negra with the new Conversations EP on Heist Recordings. A Most Wanted Man on Monologues and much more. Feel free to check out the track-list here below to use it in any way you want.
Track-list – Dirty Disco Radio 272.
Harvey Sutherland – Bamboo Frits Wentink – Theme 11 Harvey Sutherland Q3 (12” Mix) Harvey Sutherland – Lovenest Alma Negra – From The Heart MarzAttack – Byron Bay Alma Negra – This Is The Place Intr0beatz – Don’t Ask Me Johannes Albert – Turbo Basmati (Iron Curtis Thermo Mix) Intr0beatz – Soon Baby Never Dull – Turning You On Franck Roger – Just A Memory Franck Roger – Bazzy Frits Wentink – Theme 09 Franck Roger – Ruffcut Dusky – Among The Gods A Most Wanted Man – Importance Of A Hi-Hat (Had & The ‘Kaos’ Remix) Maribou State – Nervous Tics (Ft Holly Walker)
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