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So Many Peaks

Posted on the 01 March 2011 by Pelski
So Many Peaks
Matanza - Why No
Colonizing the low end region of your hand drum, our favourite southerly house heads Matanza, are once again blowing the voodoo logistics straight down the pan-pipes. They've already started a steady stream of hype across the sea of information, and we're absolutely thrilled to have them head lining the Pelski vs. Jackmode stage at Gottwood Festival this year. We'll be disclosing more and more of their mystical and enchanting heat wave grooves over the next few months, so keep your ears to the ground and your tribe informed.
Eric Volta - When She Was A Young Girl
A free hand delivery of emotive deep house comes straight from Beef Records this time. Eric Volta has been known for a strew of tech-house trumpers and electro stormers, however this time he's remodelled the face of his repertoire right across the dial hand of the 5:00 am dance-floor. Check out the 'After Hours' compilation that was released earlier this February on Beef Records, where you'll find the likes of Pezzner, Karol XVII and Shades of Gray up in the mix.
Subb-An - Got You All Night
Having recently received worthy praise in 'International DJ Magazine', Birmingham based producer Subb-An has been attracting all the right kinds of attention, with Bpitch and Crosstown Rebels showing off his elite throng of productions. At the young age of 24, I'm sure we can expect more of this casual blending of Detroit and Chicago inspired sound.
Worthy - Big Perm (Femme En Fourrure Remix)
David Lynch's and Mark Frost's acclaimed and wonderful tv series Twin Peaks receives yet another rip from it's sample bank. This time it's in the form of pretty Laura Palmer's coma comforting whispers, where big room tech grooves are held in shape with an extra strong dose of hair spray stab shots and detuned tom toms.
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