Funky, Deep House, Bass grooves

Sick On Sunday favourite Shadow Child has joined forces with Birmingham house producer/DJ Tom Flynn for the Phil Collins E.P.  Skream and Benga dropped Drive Hero in the 'Hot House' section of their Radio 1 show recently, and it's easy to hear why.  A bouncing, uncluttered underbelly of a bass-line works it's magic underneath swirling, high-pitched, quirky synths, which circulate the sound-space.  Giant Woo is a stripped-back solid house groove, with short, sharp synth notes and blissed out atmospherics.

Out on Deleted Records, November 5th.

Shadow Child. Mysterious
Shadow Child also drops this free remix of Angels; the gorgeous, atmospheric and emotive single from The XX's Coexist album.  The deep and bouncy bass-line is softly mellowed by Romy Madley Croft's hushed vocal.
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Leeds based techno-groove DJ's Audiojack have pursued a deeper, housier sound in recent times and this is evident on No Equal Sides.  The track has a stripped back, classic feel with very sensual overtones and whispered gasps.  The deep, funked up bass-line is sure to get heads nodding, whereas the robotic beeps put me in mind of their earlier techno offerings.  Delicious.

No Equal Sides  E.P out November 5th on Vinyl, 19th November digitally on 2020 Vision

Erase Records are delivering a plentiful supply of underground deep house cuts at the moment.  I featured the Franco & Salla produced track, Emotion, a few posts back; a mid-pace house track with old school ambiance and a classic vibe.  On remix duties here is Erase Records Chief, Wasabi.  Classic organ stabs combine with original vocal snippets to induce a more dance-floor orientated version of the track.  Deep and dishy.
Wasabi. Flavoursome.