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Yoshitoshi 25: House

Various Artists

Yoshitoshi Recordings
YRD054 | 2019-11-29  
Last Stop
2019 Remaster (7:29)
Find What's Mine
Mig's Transporters Vocal 2019 Remaster (7:15)
Skylark Edit 2019 Remaster (8:41)
That's Why I'm Here
Migs Deluxe Soul Vocal 2019 Remaster (7:12)
Flim Flam
Original Mix 2019 Remaster (8:15)
Mention Yoshitoshi to someone who grew up raving in the late 90's and early 2000's and there's a good chance they'll get a twinkle in their eye as memories of tracks like Eddie Amador's 'House Music,' PQM's 'You Are Sleeping,' Alactraz's 'Giv Me Luv', and Luzon's 'The Baguio Track' come flooding back. The label has produced some of dance music's most timeless records, including some of Deep Dish's own early work & remixes, plus iconic tracks like Chiapet's 'Westworld' and 'Tick Tock', Brother Brown's 'Under The Water', Kings of Tomorrow's numerous classics as KOT and Mysterious People, YMC's 'Last Stop,' Dino Lenny's 'I Feel Stereo,' 2 Smokin' Barrels' 'Basses Loaded,' Sasha & BT's seminal '2 Fat C**ts,' Lexicon Ave's 'Here I Am,' Loudeast's 'Lights Off!' and many many more. The list is really too long. Through it all Yoshitoshi's focus has always been to push forward entire genres of music and never allow itself to be pinned down to one style or sound. Some might say this is no way to run a label, that hopping between genres is a surefire path to failure. Well, twenty-five years later, Yoshitoshi is still going strong, having been an instrumental force in forging many of today's dance music superstars. It's a formula that's yielded astonishing results, simply because of the label's dedication to finding, nurturing, and championing forward-thinking talent above all else.

The contributors to Yoshitoshi's immense catalog read like an encyclopedia of dance music. Whether through original work or remixes, the label has been a pit stop for many of the industry's titans from all walks of dance music. From legends like Sasha, BT, Roger Sanchez, Louie Vega, Kings of Tomorrow, Mood II Swing, Adam Beyer, Nic Fanciulli, Pig & Dan, Behrouz, and Thomas Schumacher, to bright up-and-comers like Victor Ruiz, ANNA, Cristoph, ANDHIM, Matador, Shiba San, Sacha Robotti, Sinisa Tamamovic, Ardalan, Khainz and Nicole Moudaber, the label has served as an incubator for what's to come. There's a high chance that if you're anyone in dance music, you've left your mark on the Yoshi catalogue, and Yoshi has left its fingerprints on you.

Few labels reach their silver jubilee, especially in the fast-paced, single-driven world of house and techno. In celebration of its rich twenty-five-year history in dance music, Yoshitoshi will release three unique compilations each filled with a 25 track mix of remastered classics, modern hits, and new remixes from some of the greatest names in House, Techno, and Melodic House.

For the House edition of Yoshitoshi 25, the label has compiled a selection of freshly remastered classics like the Skylark edit of Chiapet's 'Westworld,' DYAD10's 'Sugar (Sweet Thing),' Latino Circus's 'In Your Soul,' and more, plus newer records from the label's recent output like Robosonic's remix of Eddie Amador's 'House Music,' OC & Verde and Eli & Fur's 'Sweet Perfection,' and Themba's 'Vuma.' To top things off, we had two amazing new reworks from house superstar David Penn and seasoned vet Cevin Fisher. Penn puts his spin on Holmes Ives's '8 Letters,' coupling the original's memorable vocals with his signature sound. The track's groove is utterly infectious, with a huge piano breakdown and a thumping bassline that makes this remix an instant classic. Fisher re-edits Kings of Tomorrow's 'Fade II Black,' beefing up the original with modern drums and a new arrangement that brings this timeless vocal house track back to life. Spanning the gamut from Yoshitoshi's 90's deep house roots to modern-day melodic house, we're excited to kick off Yoshitoshi's 25th anniversary series with this impeccable selection of tracks.

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