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Waze & Odyssey ‘Be Right There’ – Review on Pulse

Waze & Odyssey Press Shot

“Further weight to the case W&O have already been making via their work on Throne of Blood and Southern fried – two purveyors of classy house that know their way round a dancefloor.”

Waze & Odyssey have delivered once again, as has Kerri Chandler’s MadTech records and Citizen on the remix tip. Hit the quote.

Krstyal Klear ‘More Attention’ – Review on DT

“A refined edge to the productions shimmers across the whole thing and when the breakdown fizzles out into a textbook drop its house music at its most joyous and instinctive. This is proper hands in your hear wide eyed grin tackle.”

Krystal Klear’s 90s aping monster gets the review treatment by moi over on Data Transmission after it first gained my attention a few weeks back. Corjker of a record.

Gone Clubbin’ #1: October – on BnB now

“You simply cannot pick a bigger or more influential event to hit clubland in Liverpool than the original superclub, the place where I and thousands of others fell in love with dance music.”

I’ve started a brand new column on where I pick the best clubbing picks, in my eyes, each month in Liveprool. I did do this originally on here back in January but this will now be a monthly thing over on BnB – I’ve even got my own Editors profile and everything.

Krystal Klear – More Attention (Feat. Jenna G)

Just been sent a killer track, Krystal Klear getting serious on Kerri Chandler’s MadTech Records with the Jenna G vocalled house banger ‘More Attention’. A full review will be due next week but until then check the snippet below. This is HEAVY!

RBMA – NY/NJ house. A Basement, A Red Light, And A Feeling

You may have noticed the theories on this blog of Darren Williams, who scours the alternate takes on life to throw those HUGE posts that crop up once or twice a month on here. Well, alongside his leftfield views and opinions the dude has a pretty slick love for the more rustic side of dance music; think classic jungle, swinging garage (from the UK and the US) and classy groove heavy house.

So this post here is doffing the cap to the revelatory find Darren made of Red Bull Music Academy’s take on NYC house, and some of the defining figures in the city’s contribution to Jack’s groove. There is tons of information on here, and any enthusiast of the genre has loads to dip into. Nice one Red Bull, and nice one Darren.

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