With Lazy Days’ latest EP ‘Silver Light’ label head Fred Everything makes us believe that there is still House Music which is made with soul.
Montreal artist Kevin Jamey alias Groj, who delivered a stunning EP on HOSH’s label Fryhide earlier this year, is responsible for microCastle’s third EP, ‘Bunk Up’, of 2018.
Nowadays labels spring up like mushrooms but only few remain relevant for the scene and its development.
Without a doubt Permanent Vacation’s eponymous compilation, which is released every other year, not only marks the musical ending of every second calendar year but is a highlight in any music-enthusiast’s record collection as well as a proper track- or dancefloor potpourri of music for any DJ.
Over the past couple of years, namely ever since the release of his ‘Lovers EP’ on Permanent Vacation, The Drifter has not only left his footprints in the scene.
After André Lodemann’s highly appreciated album ‘The Deeper You Go’ it’s Irish duo Between Ourselves that follow the label-head’s steps and see Davin Coady and Geoff Foley release their ‘Red Mist EP’ on Best Works.
Based in Vancouver Iain Howie has made quite an impression with releases like ‘Fleur’ or ‘Visional’ which both were released on German/Canadian label Rhombus.