So I know last time I said I would have a deep house section and a tech house section for week 36 of The Club, but hey, I got busy, then went on vacation for a week and didn't have internet like I expected it to. Either way, here I am bringing you a deep selection stacked full of late night jams perfect for soaking in the remaining summer nights we have left.
This week I've got a deep house mix that sums up my taste in music this summer. It's a collection of my favourite songs from the last month or two, all squeezed into an hour long journey that includes Sharam Jey, Giddy, A1 Bassline, and my personal weapon of choice from the Round Table Knights, "On Fire".
The young duo out of Mexico, Climbers, are quickly rising to become one of the my favourite deep house acts at the moment. With remixes and originals dropping all over the place, these guys have found a sound that is incredibly pleasing to the ears. I've basically been listening to deep house non-stop for the last few months, and these new comers have provided a few of the best tracks that I've come across. Their original production "Equal Responsibility" demonstrates their talent with classic basslines straight from the 80's and vocals that leave it one destined to melt some faces.
Gui Boratto has always been a personal favourite of mine ever since hearing "Beautiful Life" years ago. He's continued to excell in electronica/deep house productions that really get your emotions involved. He is one DJ thats on my bucket list to see, but rarely do I see his name appear on a lineup. Luckily for fans in California you can catch him at Nocturnal Wonderland on September 22nd, sandwiched between Umek and John Digweed.
The second track from Sharam Jey this week takes the memorable vocals from Kanye West and transforms them into a track everyone can appreciate. Simple basslines and percussion accompany a subtle squelching synth that rides throughout the track, set behind the vocal loop that leaves you singing the rest of the track (or as much as you remember it) in your head the entire breakdown.
If you love the music like I do, make sure you support the artists and purchase the music at a music outlet such as Beatport or similar!