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Soultechnic, Limyth, Harry Light & Westlake72

Various Artists

Swedish Brandy Productions
sb033 | 2016-11-04  
Stockholm-based imprint Swedish Brandy Productions serves up a sultry four track V/A 12" with deep and soulful gems by label dubutants Harry Light, Westlake72, Soultechnic and Limyth.

First out on the A side you get the track "Legs Lover". Equipped with Yamaha RS-7000, Moog Rouge and Roland Juno 106, Moscow based House and Techno purist and producer Harry Light gives us an uncompromising old school deep house groover with crisp pounding beats, stuttering chords and distinct catchy hooks. Harry Light has previous releases on labels such as Artreform, Pro-Tez and Beef to name a few.

The A side ends off with the post-disco sounding killer track "Overland & Sea" by London based producer and DJ Dan Westlake aka Westlake72. Dan's sound borrows liberally from the history of club and dance music, mixing and matching eras to create his own contemporary sonic palette, sighting the early and mid 80s New York post-disco producers such as Darryl Payne and Paul Simpson in particular as key in uences.

On the flip side Soultechnic aka DeejayKul delivers the deep and classy track "Addicted". Rául Navarette, the man behind both aliases, has been holding it down since the late 80s, releasing music on labels like Atjazz Record Company, Z Records, Peng, Del, Basic Fingers and Xtrasolar Records, and remixing great artists like Opolopo, The Rurals, Gregory del Piero, Kenny Bobien, Monday Michiru, Monodeluxe, Diviniti and many more. In 2009, the alias Soultechnic was born giving Rául an extra dimension with which to explore his musical creativity. It is not uncommon to see DeejayKul and Soultechnic on mutual remix duties, which is a testament to the creativity behind the alias.

As the final number we are thrilled to introduce Prague based producer Martin Vejvoda aka Limyth. Inspired by soul, funk, jazz and electronic music of all genres, Limyth gives us the sweet and chilled track "Don't Matter" with that classic nineties jazzy feel. Shuf ing hi-hats, deep 808 kicks, sampled Rhodes chords combined with grand atmospheric strings starting in the break down section with further vocal chops and crisp synth hooks.

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