Reviews:29

 

Franck Roger
‘Too Blind To See’
Real Tone Records

The first of two releases reviewed this week (both produced by Franck Roger) sees the inimitable Frenchman deliver what he does best: gorgeous Deep House Music for the discernable listener. Too Blind To See sequences together a compelling bassline with crisp drums, edited vocal snippets and ends up at the desired effect. Deep In again delivers on provocative percussion, although this time with cutting organ chords and warmer vocals coupled with tastefully muted trumpet this notably sumptuous arrangement pushes all the right buttons. 8

www.realtonerecords.com

released December 2011

 

Joel Alter feat. Eric D. Clark
‘Rules Of Love (Franck Roger Remix)’
Bass Culture

This excellent remix sees Roger surpass himself with the obvious pleasure of reworking these striking spoken words by Eric D. Clark. Driven by an infectious arpeggio of haunting synth and stunning bass notes this perfectly times its sense of occasion by gently introducing a devastatingly cool array of ideas, from additional deep tones to commanding keys. Feeling very much like that classic Chicago House sound, both electronically and vocally, this can only come as highly recommended. Also well worth checking are the Original and DJ Qu versions. 9

http://www.beatport.com/#release/rules-of-love-ep/838247

http://bassculturerecords.com/

 

Not out until Feburary 12 (2012) but the video for the new single from Azari & III: Reckless is first class…

 

 

Theme Park
‘Milk’
Luv Luv Luv Records

And for something very different to all of the above you could try this Orange Juice flavoured slice of pure pop soul. Clocking in at a shade over three minutes this effortlessly provides breezy summer melodies alongside funky guitar which is pleasingly strummed throughout. Easy to move to too, this neatly combines happy moments with sunnier climes. 7

release: 12 december 2011

http://luvluvluvrecords.com/
http://www.themeparkband.com/

 

 

 

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