Casual Affairs- Casual Affair | Sleazy Deep Comments

Casual AFFAirsIt was just a few months ago, that Sleazy Deep acquired a young duo by the name of Casual Affair a.k.a.  Andrew Brown and Ollie Gibson. As stated in a previous post, these two would be heading a little project that would incorporate a number of labels such as: Hot Waves, Akbal Music, No. 19 and Electronique Digital. Well, their first single has just come to a completion ‘Casual Affairs’ with remix’s by Rob Made, Balcazar, Sordo & Raffa FL, and Max Chapman. All of these artists bring a certain vibe with each remix, which really makes this first project a special one.

Rob Made, otherwise known as Robin Tabor, has been in the music industry over the past decade and can be considered the originator of Sleazy Deep Records. He has played at every club imaginable in London and has support from some of the biggest names in the industry such as: Seth Troxler, Solomun, Finnebassen, Armine Edge & Dance and Maceo Plex just to name a few. Balcazar & Sordo a.k.a. Marco Balcazar and Gabriel Sordo, can be considered to bring some of the deepest/darkest sounds around, representing the infamous Hot Waves and Akbal Music.This duo brings enough heat as it is, but Sleazy just was getting started as they brought Raffa FL to close out the remix. Raffa FL a.k.a Raphael Catza, has been creating some amazing work under Digital Delight and Technique as well as has been featured all around the world in some of the deepest festivals like BPM and the Rebel Rave in Peru. There just aren’t enough good things to say about the young talented DJ by the name of Max Chapman. Max received his first set of decks at the age of 15 and really had no intention of pursuing anything else after that point. By the age of 23, Max has received tremendous support locally and internationally and has been creating quite an image for himself. His first EP gained immediate support under Electronique Digital, but my favorite work of his would have to be under Jamie Jones’ and Lee Foss’ Hot Waves. He has gigs scheduled around the world from Sankeys to Creche, which should give one the idea that he is only getting started. All these remix’s played their own important role in this first collaboration for Sleazy Deep and we are looking forward to hearing more.

T.G.I.M.: John Monkman – Snow ‘n’ Spring Set | Spirit Soul Mix Archive Comments

We have a very special T.G.I.M for you this week, as Spirit Soul Mix Archive features one of the most underrated artist and particularly one of my favorites, John Monkman. John Monkman aka John Bessemyer-Monkman, has had his hand in wide array of work ranging from mixing and producing to programming. John has gained support from some of the hottest talent in the industry such as Seth Troxler and Laurent Garnier, which is an easy tell to the direction he is on. His latest ‘Snow 'n' Spring’ set CONTINUE READING

Woolfy – Junior’s Throwin Craze | Video Comments

San Francisco label Public Release Recordings steps boldly into 2013 with a new single from Woolfy (a.k.a. Simon James). "Junior's Throwin Craze" is a slinky ode to the kind of red-eyed madness symptomatic of round-the-clock hardcore partying. That is to say, it's another late-night anthem rooted in the playful sound of West Coast sleaze. "Haven't slept for days!" shouts James to kick off the a-side original. Cruising erratically, like a luxury yacht commandeered by a bacchanal, it quickly CONTINUE READING

James Teej – Liking Your Disorder Comments

Just ahead of his second studio LP, Eight Bit Ocean, James Teej delivers the Liking Your Disorder single, backed with a remix from Timo Maas, for Sashas Last Night on Earth imprint. Having first appeared on Last Night On Earth with the Bring On The Night collaboration with Sasha, the prospect of a Teej LP on the label has been rumored but before that, Liking Your Disorder is here to wet the appetite. Putting a modern and often highly musical slant on the classic punch of house music aesthetics, CONTINUE READING

Marco Darko & Paul Stott – Supersonic | EP Comments

Marco Darko aka Marco Smith, is a Manchester native with deep house flowing through his veins. Since his signing to Hot Waves over the past year, he has really taken his music to the next level. His hottest tracks would have to be released under Sleazy Deep Records, which has been doing an excellent job bringing new and innovative talent to the house/deep house scene. The latest ‘Supersonic’ EP, gives you a perfect idea of the talent in which he as well as Paul Stott possess. Paul Stott was CONTINUE READING

Chris Malinchak – So Good To Me | MK Remix Comments

  It has honestly come to the point where it is difficult for me to describe how good Marc Kinchen's production skills are . Whether he is making an original track or remixing someone else's work, he truly knows how to make a track inspiring. Here, MK had a head start because Chris Malinchak's " So Good To Me" was already an amazing production, but he somehow seems to make the good tracks even better. This version is a mix of funky and deep, filled in with some soulful vocals making this an instant CONTINUE READING

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