DeepWit Essentials Chart February

Feels so good to get back in the groove after a little sick induced hiatus. I would like to say, that for all those that suffer from sinus issues, I truly feel for you! Having a sinus infection was probably one of the uckiest sicknesses I have ever experienced and I am glad to finally be able to breath and hear again 🙂 Now time to celebrate with all of the really excellent music I have missed out on this month!

The first release I want to introduce is actually one from our own sub-label DeepWit Uncovered which is now under the management of Cadatta. This first mini-compilation is an introduction to what you can expect from the label in the future featuring tracks from Weathertunes, ION, Khristian K, Alygos and Mich.

On the same line as the music above, is a release from Parra for Cuva on Lenient Tales. I ran across them a few months ago and have been a fan since. Indy Electronica at its best.

Slowly bringing in the 4×4 is one of the latest tracks from Ivan Garci on his label Vlosfer.

Onto one of our own recent releases where the Original track “Autumn Saturday” from Distortion Inc. is a bit more Electronica than our normal fare but is complimented by two very nice Deep House remixes from Tony S and MDR.

Over to a label that is often featured here on our blog, Ready Mix Records. This time they offer up a really stunning album from Kiano & Below Bangkok which flows from Chillout to Tech House. An LP well worth having in your collection.

Which brings us to a slightly different flavour of music from Alvaro Hylander. Seems like every time he gets his hands on a Gareth Bilaney track, he can’t help but let a little softer indy vibes flow. This one can be found on Bilanez Music.

And for some more laid back and deep vibes, we turn to Deep Site Recordings with their release from Koala. A label and artist you should be keeping your eyes on.

If you are looking for some really proper Deep House, than look no farther then this sublime 4 track EP from Loz Goddard on Goldmin Music. One of the best EP’s around right now, hands down.

For another artists that has worked here with us at DeepWit, another sublime 4 track EP, this one from Addex.

Now to introduce a brand new artist to the label, Miss Disk. This is our latest release with a very late night deep vibe with remixes from Ivan Garci and Bucher.

And for some proper dance floor vibes we head over to Lost My Dog with their latest VA “Bone Deep”. This track from Grey Area and the one from Ivan Dbri are the stand out tracks for us.

Along the same train of thought, we are really enjoying this track from Joshua Collins on Adaptation Music that comes out on Monday.

And to round out the digital releases, something a bit more dark, moody and full of grooving base from Alvaro Hylander on What Happens.

From Digital to Vinyl. I obviously need to find a way to keep a better eye out on Vinyl releases because I know there must be some other great ones out there I am missing out on. This first one comes from Pawas, who in particular, Alvaro is a big fan of. Innovative quality music on his favourite format. A man can’t ask for more.

And this last Vinyl is one from Plastik People Recordings and we are hoping to see this one, along with the labels first Vinyl, on our doorstep any day now.

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What the view is like when you are sick in bed in our house. For more photo’s of our rather normal life, you can follow us on Instagram.

About sierramay
Sierra Maydell A&R/PR/Label Manager Skype: deewitrecordings http://www.deepwitrecordings.com WP: https://deepwitrecordings.wordpress.com/ DeepWit@me.com

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