Deep House

Discussion in 'music, bands, clubs & festies' started by Moronik, Jul 23, 2013.

  1. Moronik

    Moronik roughly humanoid

    I don't get it. Can anyone explain why they like it?

    Also if there are any Deep House gems out there, please share.
     
  2. killer b

    killer b Feat. Sean Paul

    Not really listened to any for years, but I used to be vaguely into it at one time. Mostly dull as fuck, but theres some gems in there, as with anything. I'll dig some out in a while (they'll all be 10+ years old mind...)
     
  3. danski

    danski Comfortable chair.

    Pretty much always enjoyed 95 North stuff. But yeah, can be as dull as fuck.
     
  4. souljacker

    souljacker Those tapas loving FUCKS

    Some of the Defected in the House sessions are good. Kevin Saunderson's one from last year especially so.

    I've always found deep house a tricky one to categorize. Its just house with less piano in my opinion.
     
  5. sunnysidedown

    sunnysidedown Well-Known Member

    for me it always made sense in the mix

    not sure what is going on these days with it but mid to late nineties/early 2000 there was some good stuff knocking around, helped by a decent smoke machine/strobe combination and the less alcohol the better.
     
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  6. killer b

    killer b Feat. Sean Paul

    here's a couple i quite like:

    this sounds like it's cropped out of a longer mix, but it's the only copy i can find on the tubes:

    8fatfat8 - rise up & walk

    BRS - lovin' me (dubtribe soundsystem remix)

     
  7. bi0boy

    bi0boy Power User

    It's great for driving round the M25 at 2am.
     
  8. ska invita

    ska invita back on the other side

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  9. killer b

    killer b Feat. Sean Paul

    found his later stuff less interesting, but the three boulevard EPs st germain released on F com are all great.

     
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  10. blossie33

    blossie33 trailer trash

    It's much preferable to R&B :D
     
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    bi0boy Power User

  12. Jeff Robinson

    Jeff Robinson Well-Known Member

    i like it as music to 'zone out' to on the dancefloor. No big build ups, heavy lead riffs, rewinds etc just subtle, musical, melodic, pulsating, hyponotic grooves. At its best it's mesomizing and uplifting and it's worst it's flat and boring.
     
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  13. ffsear

    ffsear Well-Known Member

     
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  14. DJWrongspeed

    DJWrongspeed radio eros

    It makes perfect sense if you've been up all night, your exhausted but still want to move. You're in a field , the sun is rising.....



    It's kind of like minimal before that existed. Love some of the dubby stripped stuff, perfect for those late mornings.
     
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  15. Spandex

    Spandex Well-Known Member

    ^ Exactly this :cool:

    Like all the other oldies on this forum my knowledge of deep house is from the 90s. I suspect that it's used to describe something quite different today.

    There was quite a scene in the midlands in the 90s that I got into when I lived in Sheffield. They were proper cool free parties, with no acid tekno is sight. I loved loads of stuff on DiY, but can't find links to post for some reason. Some of the early releases on Toko were pretty good:

    Klarky Cat - Gumbo
     
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  16. Notorious J.I.M

    Notorious J.I.M Well-Known Member

    It's very much a feeling that has to be experienced but dancing at dawn on the seafront, a hillside in the south downs near Brighton or in fields in the Midlands to crews like Positive Sounds, DiY, Smokescreen etc is when I really got into deep house. It's the spiritual vocals combined with grooving basslines and uplifting keys that just make sense in the right setting with the right people. It seems to be big again with the kids who were into dubstep / garage / funky a few years ago. Anyway here are a few good (imo) deep house records.









     
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  17. Fez909

    Fez909 toilet expert

    Nice one Jim! Davina is one of my all time favourites, along with some of those I posted on the thread ska linked to.

    Perfect. This is why I like it. Thread answered! Might as well post some more tunes while I'm here, eh? :)

    tufty79 played the original of this in the fishco on Friday which I'd never heard before. The remix is great. *EDIT* This is the wrong mix. I meant to post the Brooks Dub Instrumental mix. It's not on YouTube though so I'll leave this here. Imagine fewer vocals parts and it's pretty much the same :cool: Or go here if you really want to hear it.

    And I can't avoid posting some Moodymann on these threads

    Soundstream has been one of my favourite producers in the last few years, but he doesn't release a lot

    And this is a nice piece of repetitive, bassy deepness

    I doubt any of these will change your mind on deep house, but I class them all as absolute gems.
     
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  18. Spandex

    Spandex Well-Known Member

    Faze Action - In the Trees
     
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  19. Spandex

    Spandex Well-Known Member

    Francois K - Time and Space
     
  20. Spandex

    Spandex Well-Known Member

    Justin Harris - Morning Fanfare
     
  21. Spandex

    Spandex Well-Known Member

    And the granddaddy of deep house, from 1976...

    Cloud One - Atmosphere Strutt
     
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  22. Jeff Robinson

    Jeff Robinson Well-Known Member

    Just stumbled across this. Had to share!

     
  23. billy_bob

    billy_bob supercalifragilistic-borussiamönchengladbach

    Some of you may be needing this by now

     
  24. stethoscope

    stethoscope Well-Known Member

    Red Light - Rhythm Formula (which is 20 years old so fair to say I'm not up with this stuff)

     
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  25. Orang Utan

    Orang Utan Sub-Sub-Librarian

    51 Days - Paper Moon
     
  26. Orang Utan

    Orang Utan Sub-Sub-Librarian

    Blaze - Moonwalk
     
  27. Orang Utan

    Orang Utan Sub-Sub-Librarian

    Storm Queen - Looks Right Through
     
  28. mauvais

    mauvais change has become unavoidable

    You can't have a thread called that without this:

     
  29. Orang Utan

    Orang Utan Sub-Sub-Librarian

    Even stuff like this is, broadly, deep house, though that depends what you mean by house as it's a far cry from the likes of Blaze:

    Todd Terje - Inspector Norse

    Skatebard - Vuelo

    Lindstrom - Another Station (Todd Terje mix)

    Lindstrom - I Feel Space
     
  30. Apathy

    Apathy Roll us yer cap Grandad!!

    MURK



     
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