During this battle against a connection much much worse than dial up, Vancouver based So Sus has been churning. Killer additions have been made to his own #FMM series, flips, originals and collabo collections. Note a couple of the standouts below. 2k16 has apparently has Sus’s eyes onnit for a minute. Them all freeizms for the masses.
The latest to ascend from Vancouver joins Ekali on the non-stop stack adding net label & collective, Flow-Fi. With just a couple of years under his belt Juelz has already found and leaned into a stride entirely his own. ‘Winter’ is the first EP of bangers to come. Premiere via HypeTrak.
North and South Coast collide for a huge New Year send off. Moving hard for the club Slow Graffiti and Victoria Islands WERK combine their Trap and Bass frequencies together into one Jersey hitter, the likes of which you’ve never heard. Free download for the masses.
UK House artist Sean Moriguchi has been on a steady roll since early 2015. Two EP releases on Outta Limits and Love Handles, with support from industry heavy weights, and audience response in Ibiza, London, and Brighton. Successes only the latest in a long, versatile industry career who’s tail end has been primarily spent in the studio. Time spent developing a dark and futuristic sound serving as a therapeutic outlet for Sean, then doubling as plain groove music.
Heavy influencing Sean’s production direction and listening habits are the greats of House and Techno, from Chicago to Detroit. Frankie Knuckles, Ron Hardy, and Robert Williams to name a few. All of whom are featured in an all new Tech-House, Techno and House mixtape, aptly titled Origins. The tape offers not just a healthy dose of history of Electronic Dance, but also a steady capturing collection of the latest in the Tech-House genre in a tasteful seventeen minute package.
Be sure to get yourself better aquatinted with Sean via all the socials provided below. Expect more to come from this mover and shaker in the coming weeks.
All the hashtaging of BlogHaus only goes as far as a persons remembrance of the times. Remembrance by tune is often best, and perhaps MCMXXVI is out to educate, or perhaps he’s just out to flip some of the doper tracks out there. Either way Yo Majesty got hit and flipped in the way of Moomahton x Jersey for an all out club banger.
Last week brought in this large remix of Vancouver heavyweight tide leader Felix Cartel. From the Something To Love For Remix EP at track three Atlanta non Rap duo Halogen churned out a larger than life House heater edition of the single. Available for purchase on iTunes alongside remixes from Vanrip, INTERNET DAUGHTER & more.
Trap master Slow Graffit’s new joint dropped a couple weeks back during my scetchball internet install :s Tis an official remix out via Sweden’s Club Stream on a number with a detailed lyrical performance of how Prime & Illegance run their city. Vocally it reminds of MSI.
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