Autumn Air Vol 3.

This is our fourth instalment of the Autumn VA series, which we have used to introduce to the label many of what are now household names in the Deep House world such as David Oniani, Distortion Inc., Loz Goddard, Dave Marian, D.M.P, Portofino Sunrise and several others. This year is no different, with us introducing several new names to the DeepWit family. Johannes, Amir, La Rose, and Agus Monteverde are all producers that will no doubt start making quite a bit of quality noise for us to enjoy over the next few years. Unlike past Autumn VA’s we have decided to focus on slightly more Dance Floor sound, bearing away from our typical mellow Autumn vibes. Enjoy these upbeat and deep grooves all throughout the season for your nights at the club and for your evenings entertaining at home.

Feedback

Olga Flapper – Perfect release.

Tyler Stadius – Lovely tracks. Timeless deep vibes. Thank you!

Dr. Best – Very nice track selection, a great release.

Fer Ferrari – Support as always! I will play it for sure.

Simon Kirk – Stunning again guys – Perfect world is a gem! Will play and support all these. Thanks!

Matt Prehn – Some really good tracks here and production is spot on.

Miguel Garji – Some interesting tracks here. I will try. Gracias.

Cram – Sap is my fav on this compilation. Thanx!!

Adam Clarke –  Some great deep vibes on this release, Johannes is the pick for me!

Leri Ahel – Nice release. Agua Monteverde track is my favorite.

Rissa Garcia – My fave time of year ..always one of my fave releases of the year crisp warm and lucious grooves thank you!

Deep Spelle – Lovely release !

Carlos Francisco – Lovely classy deepness right here. Full support. Thanks

Tom Vagabondo – Guys, absolute perfect work, love it all, full support from me, thank u!

Dk Watts – Amir’s track is for me…super deep groove that I like!

Artette – beautiful deep compilation, fav track ‘Perfect World’ (well done guys)

Satoshi Fumi – deep atmosphere!

Craig Turner – Deepwit quality as standard!

And dozens of more feedbacks pretty much telling you to go out and grab your copy today.

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DeepWit Essentials // Weeks 38 & 39

The weather here has started changing and as it happens every year it goes from warm to cold way to fast for my tastes. Even the trees get little time to adjust with the most common thing being the dropping of leaves before even half have a tint of colour on them. With the cold comes the desire to spend more time under the blankets, fireplace going and nothing but a good book and some excellent music in the background. Of course there are other times were we still need a bit of happy House sounds to keep a smile on our faces and some lovely Deep House for the evenings while making dinner and catching up on the days chores. Every type of music has a mood that helps it fit into those certain places in our lives and we hope some of these tracks find a place in yours.

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I want to start off with this outstanding mellow Album from our Mastering Engineer here at DeepWit, Nikosf. You can grab this beautiful release on vinyl and digitally if thats the route you prefer.

After all the chilled out moods we move onto a release from Chillin Music, with their “10 Years of Chillin Music” compilation. Some really outstanding tracks here that go beyond the genre the name implies.

And from one VA to another, this one comes from Haute Musique. With some lush deep vibes from producers  BiG Al, Adam Byrd, Jero Nougues, Kiano & Below BangkokMoe Turk, Anthony Mea and Tamandua Twist you can’t go wrong getting your hands on this.

Speaking of BiG Al, he has a killer remix out on Soul Deeparture Records of Phasen and Refurbs track “Comfortable”.

If you are looking for something deep and mellow, look no farther than Jero Nougues new EP on the brand new label Limitation Music.

And if you are needing something deep and for the dance floor, I can’t think of a better track than Miss Disk‘s remix of Fabien Kamb‘s track “Free” on Ready Mix Records. A head down groove I can’t get enough of.

Of course, it wouldn’t be a DeepWit chart without some DeepClass Records love, this new one from Jarquin & Cano is well, deep class all the way through 🙂

Now, I have to admit there really is nothing like some happy sounding synths to put a smile on my face and this very Happy House track from Bordland on Dimentique is perfect for just that.

Speaking of happy, feel good House music, it would be a shame to miss out on this great track from Other2Sides on Muskox Records.

And to finish us off for the week is this remix from Edu Imbernon on Fayer Records of Qtier is just… well it leaves me speechless. I love this track and I dare you to listen to it and not feel the same.

Global Witness – Charity Compilation

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Charity

 

 Often times there is no more a reward for donating to charity than that warm fuzzy feeling you get knowing you have done something good. And although that feeling combined with making the world a better place is a good enough reason to put some cash into a good cause, we are offering you even something a bit more, music. DeepWit, combined with several talented artists, have created a beautiful 10 track album that crosses the border from Chillout, to Electronica and onto Indie Dance and Deep House.

This album is aimed more towards easy listening, adventures in your car, nights entertaining and romancing  that lady you like into the world of House music.

All while making yourself feel good knowing that your money is going to Global Witness, you can be assured that they are working towards a better future for us all by investigating corruption throughout the world and bringing the information to light while working to change the system for the better.

Learn more about Global Witness by clicking here.

A big thank you to everyone involved in creating this beautiful release from our Graphic Designer, Tek Killa, our Mastering Engineer, Nikosf. and all the artists involved including Kiano & Below Bangkok, Jonbjorn, Dave Marian, Distortion Inc., Mesake, MrP, Alvaro Hylander, Santiago Santamaria, Mutca, and Tony S.