I really don’t know how to categorize this genrewise, so when I saw on Bandcamp the label “leftfield” I jumped, yes, that! I honestly don’t care about the tracks for the most part, but Drum Therapy just had to be saved somewhere for future reference, that’s an amazing beat. I ended up adding it to my wierd house playlist. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
Humanoid – 7 Songs
Acid house by one half of Future Sound of London. Ranging from the old school big beaty Crystal Method vibes through silly-easy to some more techy sounds, but straight-up acid house all along.
Eris Drew – Quivering In Time
Some fun moods and uplifting sounds on the house-breakbeat axis. It’s your afternoon stage music in a festival, which could either be the warm-up for the evening or the afterparty from the previous night.
Derek Carr – Pursuit
My favorite type of focus music. Minimal techno, sometimes house, mid-tempo, some dub aesthetics, some tight beats, sunset moods. Respectfully sits in the background and enhances my attention when I need that extra kick for work. Also good for cruising around in a night city and some dinner conversations.
Future Disco – Dance Club
It’s all what it says on the cover. Light hearted disco house for home dancing pleasures. Or when my soul needs some easy to digest pop fun but I still want quality music.
Jayda G – DJ-Kicks
I spent the Saturday packing up my apartment and organizing things. Perfect soundtrack for that.
Sasha – LUZoSCURA
Nu skool breaks and progressive house Sasha style. Go for the continuous mixed version.
Lake Haze – Sun Rising On Concrete Landscapes
Steffi‘s Yours & Mine is my forever favorite work music. When I need to push push push it in the most efficient way that is my go-to. Now, this album is the pretty close to that. It is good music, has some great vibes and tunes and drag to it, but neutral and non-disruptive enough to be able to fully concentrate on what I’m working on. It contains a couple different flavors of electro and a general dub techno mood.
Hugo Massien – Metamorphosis
Bass-heavy slow to mid tempo electronic music. Genrewise it’s a mishmash: the highest percentage is probably house, but it’s changing every other track to dubstep, breakbeat, house, IDM, ambient. Good backdrop for work.
Octo Octa – She’s Calling EP
Breaks and house, focus changing from track to track, or within a track itself. It’s like a little kaleidoscope. (While tagging this post I’m amazed I haven’t had any Octo Octa releases here so far. I’m listening to basically all new releases from her.)