Top Promos of the week: Powel – Cloud City [Fina Records], ASNP – Much Too Much [Smoke City], Karmine Rosciano – Deep Fire [iTech], Blond:ish and more

Powel – Cloud City

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Powel aka Paul Christie is a Berlin based DJ/Producer, and a relatively fresh name on the underground house circuit. The four track EP to be released on Fina Records in September is all about etheral, floating deep house. Cloud City track stands out just a bit above from the rest, even though all 4 of them are simply amazing productions. Out on Fina Records September the 7th. 

ASNP – Never too Much

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Stockholm based Nick Perry and Alex Sanchez aka ASNP deliver a deep roller for those warm summer afternoons. A perfect soundtrack for you private pool party. Out on Smoke City july the 22nd. 

Supported by DJ Sneak, , Adam Shelton, Detlef, Darius Syrossian, Tripmastaz, Stathis Lazaridis, Tiger Stripes, Namito, Brothers’ Vibe, Patric Kunkel, Martin Patino, Hector Moralez Marco Violi, Dj Remo, Horatio, Gennaro Masterantonio, Khaan, S!ilk, Den Ishu, Emanuel Satie, Atapy, Julien Sandre, Elchinsoul, Tony Dee, Rhadow, Miguel Lobo, Rafael Kakudo, Pawas, Arapu, UGHL

Blond:ish feat Beyou – Inward Visions

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London based, Montreal raised house duo Blond:ish have been virtually on fire during the last 12 month delivering unforgettable deep house future classics for Noir, Get Physical and Kompakt. Inward Visions featuring Beyou on the vocals is a somewhat more indie, yet right to the point track. No Place Like Gnome is on the flipside. Out on Kompakt July 22nd.

Karmine Rosciano – Deep Fire EP

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St Petersburg based iTech Sound System has been riding high delivering quality deep house release one after another. This time they team up with italian producer  Karmine Rosciano for a four track EP plus the remixes. Out on iTech late july.

Kaito – Behind My Life

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Hiroshi Watanabe aka Kaito is back once again on Kompakt with his first proper release since 2010. Behind my life is an ambient, somewhat broken beat story, a 112 bpm dungeon crawler fitted with stonewalling guitars and moanful synths. Run through a Road in the Fog is on the flipside. Out on Kompakt July the 27th.

About Alex Esser:

DJ, surfer and entrepreneur residing in Malmö, Sweden. I've been DJing since 2004 and started the HMWL blog back in 2007. My music network is always open. Holler @alex_Esser on twitter.


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