Debut appearance on Piston for Groove Apartment with the two tracker, Sound Of Soul.
Sound Of Soul intros with a super smooth bass note that glides across a tight drum arrangement filled with crystallized hats and a nice chunky kick. Cool vocal one shots litter the groove as a lush deep house chord is introduced. Bright and cheerful melodies stand out in contrast to the deeper elements and provide a playful dance floor friendly vibe. A real nice and upbeat slice of deep house with some very cool 80’s samples running through.
All I Want Is You sets out with a monster kick that dominates with its powerful punch as super crispy hats and claps cut through. The bassline sits on the low end and probes with its groovy prowess as the track breaks to reveal a cool stabby synth. Cool vocal hits come through and deliver a proper groovy house vibe as those chord stabs intensify. On the break crowds cheer as the vocal echoes through before we get back to the main groove for the duration. Top notch stuff you will not want to miss.
This week we welcome Laesh on our weekly radioshow, featuring tracks from Stacy Kidd, John Swing, JR From Dallas, Joss Moog, Ritmo Du Vela, Johnick and Laesh himself! Enjoy!
1º Stacy Kidd – Give It To Me (Waze & Odyssey Re-Master)
2º Laesh – That Old Fiction (Original Mix)
3º John Swing – Keep It Up (Original Mix)
4º Laesh – In The Worsts Bar Of Caracas (Original Mix)
5º Laesh – Salamander (Original Mix)
6º Laesh – Trumpet Cannon (Original Mix)
7º Jr From Dallas – Discotica (Original Mix)
8º Laesh – A Dirty Vintage Fantasy (Original Mix)
9º Joss Moog – Ego (Original Mix)
10º Laesh – I’m Looking (Original Mix)
11º Ritmo Du Vela – Scenario (Original Mix)
12º Laesh – Knock Out Track (Original Mix)
13º Johnick – C’mon Give It Up (Original Mix)
14º Laesh – Street Knowledge (Original Mix)
Our Piston journey continues with another slice of wax filled with deep and groovy sounds your turntables are gonna love.
Label head honcho Rogerio Martins gets the cutting treatment with his Otherwise Unknown EP which features a remix from the fantastic Kris Wadsworth.
Otherwise Unknown dishes out its solid beats, probing basses and warm tones that will set the floors alight while We Like To Party brings its upbeat vibes filled with bright, crispy percussions and cool vocals.
After we get a taste of the remix from the world renowned DJ and producer Kris Wadsworth and his No Bible Remix that will definitely keep floors rocking with tech infused vibes and enthralling deep grooves.
To finish up the release we get a trip back in time on the retro themed 1994 that is bursting with dance inducing rhythms and a superb deep house groove you will not want to miss out on.