DeepWit Essentials Weeks 43 – 47 Pt. 2

Now to finish catching up on all the latest and greatest out there we’ve come across. Keep in mind we normally collect music links throughout the internet from artists we follow via social media, music that is shared with us, music we hear on the radio that is surprisingly good, mixes and charts ect. We can’t share the music if we haven’t heard it though so if there is ever anything you want to share with us, feel free by dropping us an email or adding us to your promo list 🙂

We are going to start off on a totally different foot this time, with something purely outside of the norm. We bought this album earlier this week after hearing the title track on the Radio. The Danish band Worn Out Sun offers up a really awesome and varied release, for any of you interested in this sort of music.

 


Now from Indie music to some Indie Dance / Indie House if there is such a thing. We are a big fan of the amazing work Mesake & Indre Ju put together and we are always mesmerised by their sound. This is our latest release and you can grab it now with remixes from Tim Angrave and Alvaro Hylander.

 


From one musician we love to another, David Oniani. We have worked with him several times over the years and honestly he is one of our favourite Jazz inspired producers without a doubt. If you like Jazz and you like House than this is the man you should be listening to. His latest release is out now on Crumpled Music.

 


If I only got paid for every time I pushed Cold Busted‘s music, I would be making a pretty penny about now. What can I say, we are just huge fans of a lot of the music they release and this Album from Zac Love is just an outstanding example of that.


Yes I know, I can be a bit predictable in my music tastes, including this very cool track from Intro Beats “Silly Walkin” on Lagaffe Tales.


I have no idea where this next artist came from but ever since we have noticed BDTom on the scene, we have been loving every single thing he has put his name to and this release on the brand new label Limitation Music, also well worth checking out.

 


And can we just say, pure class and quality right here from Sumsuch on UM Records? Love this remix.

 


Moving onto the tracks for those times you need to move or need to make others move, we have to start with this great track from Fer Ferrari on Plastic City. The entire release is tailored for the dance floor.

 


This is the second time we have heard Aiby & The Noise on Colour and Pitch and honestly, we can’t get enough of their grittier dance floor sound.

 


Finishing us up is Usmev‘s EP on Cymasonic Recordings. Deepermeister & Dive in You are the tracks for me, the other two are a bit too dark for my personal tastes, although Alvaro is crazy about the entire release.

 

 

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DeepWit Essentials Week 44

Two days late on my weekly blog post? Oh ya… it was one of those weeks for sure. You know, the kind that feels like you got kicked in the chest by a horse. At least there was a variety of really good music put out this week and unfortunately also some really good music that we decided not to include in the list due to stolen vocals and vocals that come straight from sample packs. Such a shame when that happens, luckily though, there are still enough original producers out there that we have plenty of quality tracks to feature!

We are also getting ready to start our new Q&A series, where I will ask both some silly and serious questions to producers we are currently working with. Any questions you wish people would ask producers or anything that you’re dying to know? Leave us a comment with your question below with a way to contact you or on our facebook page at DeepWit. If we choose to use your question, we will send you the release with that artist for free 🙂

We are going to start off with an uplifting track from Good Stuff Recordings and Vicmoren who is one of the owners at Perception Music.

 

Next up comes a young and very talented producer out of the UK we recently released with, Loz Goddard. His new EP is quality as expected.

 

No surprise from the next release either coming from one of our favorite labels UM Records. With the Originals coming from Anthony Mea and some great remixes from Kurtz and City Soul Project, it is just one more in a long line of great releases from UM.

 

Now for some music with another one of the artists we have worked with in the past, Thanos T. with his latest EP on Itom Records

 

Then of course you have to have a listen to Plastic City’s latest from Oscar Barila. Although not crazy about all the tracks, digging the dark driving groove of the title track “Analog Zombies”… plus you have to admit thats a pretty awesome name.

 

This is a a release from one of my favorite labels that I wish would release more Haute Musique. There new release features a remix from an artist who is about to debut on our Autumn Air Sampler at the end of the month, Portofino Sunrise. Smooth sexy vibes with a killer bass line, can’t ask for more in my opinion.

 

I love surprises and finding one of our favorite label producers Tom Lown doing a remix for Tomas Malo on Deep8Recordings, which turns out to be a quality label thats new to us, is a happy surprise indeed. The tracks not out yet but will be released tomorrow (Monday the 4th of Nov.).

 

And last but not least comes from a producer we have had on the label, Alex Sosa, who has teamed up with another producer, Gareth Bilaney, that we would love to get on the label. They both run and operate great labels as well and have done something really cool with this release. To get the Alex Sosa remix you have to head over to his label Lovely Records and to grab the Gareth Bilaney remix you have to head to his label Bilanez Music. This is the sort of collaboration that keep we would love to see more of in the future.