Brett Lawrence is back at Piston with the superb Just Jestin’ EP. His last outing Different Heat EP was very well received and you can rest assured that this new cut will turn a few heads. Brett has been around the music scene for quite a while now and he remains as dedicated as ever. After shuffling around the UK organising parties, DJing and clubbing he settled in London where he established the thriving Assembly Records which continues to be a go to label for uncompromising sounds.
Just Jestin’ intros with a tight drum and percussion arrangement that gets the rhythmic juices flowing beautifully. A butt shakin bass soon takes over and will definitely have the floors rocking to its deep and lush groove. Cool synths flutter throughout the sound and really bring forth that true house feeling. On the breaks we are treated to a superb display as a wall of synths rise up alongside filtered kicks and bass before we slam right back into full on mode. Definitely one for the boxes here that will not disappoint.
Tear It Up brings home a real sense of deep house right from the get go with its chunky kicks and bobbing bass. Cool crispy hats and snappy claps deliver a solid rhythm to the sound as that bass continues to hold power in the groove. Smooth keys begin their journey as they fade up into the groove alongside scattered vocal hits. But, it’s that bassline that will have punters coming back for more, a must have slice of deep goodness.
Our favorite Spanish duo, Iban Montoro & Jazzman Wax, are back on our weekly Piston Recordings Radioshow with an exclusive set!
1º Detroit Swindle – Allright (We’ll Be)
2º Steve Lawler – City Nights (Original Mix)
3º Omich, Mattei – Drop The Bomb (Original Mix)
4º Chesus & Timmy P – Vitamin C (Original Mix)
5º Demuir – No Weed On St-Denis (Original Mix)
6º Technique – This Old House (Oliver $ Main)
7º Dj Sneak – Back (Acid Mondays Sp1200 Remix)
8º Third Deck – Movement (Original Mix)
9º Iban Montoro & Jazzman Wax – Gangsta Groove (Original Mix)
10º El Chino – Dabbers Dub (Original Mix)
11º pHaZe Project – Like The Funk (Original Mix)
12º Iban Montoro & Jazzman Wax – Mr Lump (Original Mix)
13º Nick Hollyster, Robin Orlando, Iban Montoro & Jazzman Wax – No More Chance (Dub Mix)
Hurlee returns to Piston with the two tracker, The Vox EP. It’s been a while since we last saw this talented Spanish DJ and producer, it was way back in 2013 when he delivered his debut Dancing With You EP. Great to see him back and we look forward to more in the future.
First up we have The Vox with its classic styled intro featuring chunky big kicks and sharp cutting hats. A deep pulsating bass joins in and takes the track to a deeper level with the help of some smooth, warm strings alongside a real cool urbanized vocal. The tight drums keep the rhythm in check and provide the perfect fodder for a packed dancefloor. On the break that vocal stands out perfectly against the downward spiralling chords before we are thrust back into the main sound with a rolling drum build up. Superb stuff that is not to be missed.
Two Souls intros with a cool arrangement as a punchy kick sits alongside a tight scattering of snares and various other drums. A deep bass cuts through the sound and dominates with its luring grooves while a fantastic female vocal sings out in true deep house style. High strings contrast with the warm bass sounds and cool chords which gives off a nice dancey vibe. An expertly crafted track that will add a bit of bounce to the floors for sure.