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Weekend house vibes

Sy Sez feat. Phoenix Pearle – ‘Send Me High’

Sy Sez Dub Mix is my fave.

Aside: It’s really easy to miss the ‘z’ on this keyboard and press ‘x’ instead. 41 more words

Tracks And Mixes

Nick Anthony Simoncino feat. Robert Owens - Some People EP [TRA028]

Italian producer & Hot Mix label boss Nick Anthony Simoncino is back with “Some People”, a collaboration with Chicago’s legendary House vocalist Robert Owens.  Simoncino’s 3 original mixes sound just like tracks lifted off lost EP’s straight from the mid 80’s with deep, melancholy synths, driving analogue drum machine sounds and Owen’s yearning vocal performance coming together beautifully while showing off Simoncino’s versatility as a producer. 97 more words

001.Features

SOULCLAP FEAT. ROBERT OWENS | MISTY EP

Never have we seen a remix packet for one track quite as vast as SOULCLAP‘s ‘Misty’.

The original cut, which features the instantly recognisable tones of famed house music vocalist Robert Owens, was born over four years ago, out of Soul Clap’s home studio in Brooklyn, New York. 90 more words

Soul

Review: Brighter Day by Horixon Featuring Robert Owens

Yawn…yet another poor Robert Owens re-edit released….. Or so I thought.  When flicking through the glut of promos that land in my inbox I came across; “Brighter Day” by Horixon Featuring Robert Owens.  118 more words

Circle of Funk ft Robert Owens - Invisible

SLAPPED UP SOUL’s last release IN LOVE which featured CIRCLE OF FUNK & LIFFORD received great feedback from the likes of VINNI DI VINCI, JOSH MILAN, ANDY WARD, TRINIDADIAN DEEP, GLEN THORNTON, MARQUES WYATT, E MAN & many more. 746 more words

News

Robert Owens - Deep Into The (He)art Of House!

Beginning of the 90’s Paris… The definitive place to hang in when into deep vibes in the French capital  is BPM (Bastille Paris Musique), a record shop, the owner of which – … 1,365 more words

Interviews

Photek feat. Robert Owens - Mine To Give (David Morales World Mix) (Astralwerks)

In an environment which as seen the music scene fragmenting itself into countless genres, themselves giving birth to a whole bunch of micro-niches, a collaboration between a British-based Jungle producer and a reputed Deep House singer had nothing of an evidence. 64 more words

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