Ellle- Dopesol

I haven’t been posting a lot recently because I am trying hard to get some things sorted out for the website. It is taking up all my mental and physical energies, with nothing left to concentrate on the music. But today I decided to keep all of that aside and do what everyone here on Getting Deeper is for… to discover good music.

So let’s begin this lovely day with a track called ‘Dopesol’ by Ellle. Ellle is a new figure in the electronic music sphere, but just because he is new doesn’t mean that he is not good. In fact, this track is so good that I am listening to it for the third time on repeat. Minimal sounds infused in a rapid drum style makes this a smooth Tech House track. Ellle has incorporated a narration in this track that is so damn apt… and goes so well with the overall vibe of ‘Dopesol’. Full support from Getting Deeper to Ellle! Enjoy <3

Getting Deeper Podcast #15 mixed by Funky Bakery

And now let’s welcome Funky Bakery aka Cozmo to the Getting Deeper family. Funky Bakery has given this banging nu disco+deep house gift to Getting Deeper, and Getting Deeper is forever going to be thankful for such a heart warming effort. Clear, deep house beats together with sinister vibes makes this a great figure both on the dance floor and in your car.

It begins with a lounge-ish intro and gradually pushes you to move your legs… slowly you’ll begin to notice that your entire body is grooving to it. This occurs right in the middle, where the set acquires some killer beats accompanied by a little bit of soul. And what would you call killer beats infused with soul? Funky. A nice, slick and sweet treat by the Funky Baker himself. In a larger sense it’s so Nu Disco.

And how we love that.

Much love from Getting Deeper to Cozmo for giving us this ace podcast. Thank you <3

PS: You can listen to Funky Bakery playing live every Wednesday on www.housestationradio.com, at 6 pm gmt +1 till 7 and on www.globalhousemovement.com every Sunday at 6 pm gmt +1

Photograph by Laurent Nivale.

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Getting Deeper Podcast #9 mixed by Matteo Nobile

Because I am a sucker for soul and emotionally driven melodies, I have been into soulful deep house for a while now. And because of my obsessive obsession for that genre, I sometimes forget that great sets can also be made up of gangster beats, whose sole purpose is to make you surrender and hypnotically dance to them.

And it’s artists like Matteo Nobile who remind me that.

Which is why I have been so excited to upload this podcast. I remember listening to it yesterday as soon as I woke up in the morning and thinking to myself that this has to get on Getting Deeper as soon as possible. Italy’s Matteo Nobile has created this hardcore, sweaty, bass driven podcast to suit your tech needs, and with such a heartwarming effort. It’s a well blended mixture of soul, progressive house and disco influenced hard hitting beats… sometimes giving you a retro-ish vibe and sometimes taking you way ahead in the future. The final product is so good that you may end up asking yourself if this is real life.

Alright, I might have exaggerated a little about the real life part but good music always comes out as an exaggeration. It’s a larger than life experience.

Once you reach the middle of this 1 hour set, you will be jumping on your seat if you haven’t already gotten up and made some solid, compact moves.

Matteo, thank you. Your set is going to be my anthem for pure fun.

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Getting Deeper Podcast #7 mixed by David Bucka

After David Bucka’s remixes of Flourish Fill and Love Like This and especially after his heartwarming response to my posts, I thought I should ask him for a podcast hoping for a slight chance that he would say yes. And I did get lucky. David said yes, and I couldn’t have been more happy. More time passed by and I got busy. David, however, despite sending the podcast after a long time since I asked him, was amazingly responsive about it. And that’s amazing about so many artists like David who I have asked for a podcast because in my eyes they are so great that I would have never thought that they were actually real, reachable human beings.

David knows what’s going to tickle all those happy places in you… And he does it well. I must say that I did not expect him to create a podcast that is more UK Garage than traditional Deep House. I was pleasantly surprised because I am more familiar with David’s pure deep house style. This podcast, however, is probably the second podcast I have on here that is made for pure, drunken, intoxicated and grindy dance by incorporating epic garage style deep beats. It is gangster, with nu disco influences and smoking hot vibes that will give you all the confidence you need to get down and dirty. The beats are clear, usually accompanied by ghetto-ish and heavy vocals that add some sort of heaviness to the set, acting as a great pusher to get those hips moving.

Thank you David… for not only making this killer podcast for Getting Deeper, but also for being a great person and a very good looking man!

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KatrinKa – Giving Into Love (Animal Picnic Remix)

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Another great deep house addition. Man, this genre is just so damn good, I can never get tired of it. There is so much great deep house out there that I am running out of words to describe each and every sound. But I am going to try, very dutifully.

Packed with smoking hot beats and a disco touch, this track is going to give you all that confidence you need to feel like a classy motherfucker… Not to forget that it’s the  perfect company to make you feel like a complete, well sculpted individual on the dancefloor. All you need to do is wear your best shoes.

Stefano Ritteri & Robosonic – “She Was On My Mind”

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What a pumping track! You know it’s Robosonic when you can’t stop grooving to a bouncing  yet clear beat. I love how they have incorporated certain electronic sounds that enter and exit the track with perfect timing in  between. The upper after the breakdown is just badass. Yes, that should be the right word to describe this: Bad fucking ass.

This track is so smoking that it will undeniably give you all the confidence that you need to get those legs moving. Enjoy!

Triforce – Ma’at

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I am on a wild streak today and totally ready to exhaust the limits of my vocabulary. They call this techno, but I call this Goa. The reason why I feel it’s Goa is not because of the beat, which is quite techno, but it’s because of the overtones, that are quite psychedelic. I love the combination of psychedelic sounds with techno-ish beats. It’s such a rare and fresh combination. Anyway, genres can be very subjective. With electronic music being so vast and innovative at a massive rate, it gets more and more difficult to separate two genres.

Genres aside, the fact that this track is EPIC remains strong. This is what I call audio purity. The intro is a gradual progression of sharp sounds and a hard hitting beat. Around 40 seconds down, and the track gets so pumping that you feel like you are a part of a massive sound system. You can feel the pressure from all sides… and it’s fun. Lots of fun.

Limbo by Haremoor

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Such a  hard hitting tune this track has. I am currently listening to it for the second time on repeat. I love the clean, clear and deep beat accompanied by the ambient, progressive undertone. Add the breaks, and I am sold.

Black Van – Moments of Excellence

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Whenever I listen to this track, it reminds me of Apparat nodding his head and grooving with his long hair and lanky body to his boiler room set. Yes, that’s where I first heard the track… when I was walking to my desk at work in the morning and my friend made me listen to Apparat’s Boiler Room DJ set, telling me how amazing it is and particularly skipping to 13 minutes so that I could listen to Moments of Excellence.

Black Van is a collaboration between Kris Menace and KoweSix from Hamburg in Germany. Now, I must admit that I just found out that Black Van is partly Kris Menace’s work; and I am not surprised by the result. Like many of his individually produced tracks, Moments of Excellence by Black Van has an 80s touch to it. However, Black Van’s 80s vibe is very subtle. It only acts as an underlying tone to the more contemporary, deep house beat.

But what a track, simply put. Pun intended.


Tom Glass – Naive (Original Mix)

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One of the most mind blowing tracks I’ve heard in a while. For the last week, since I first listened to it, I can’t seem to get my ears off this tune. It’s like finding the smoothest strawberry milkshake ever, and not being able to get your hands off its chill, yummy and incredibly smooth texture. I know the comparison may sound a little bit too far fetched but the feeling of discovery and the subsequent loyalty is the same. It begins with a powerful ambient intro with a preliminary deep house beat… and then a deeper beat rushes in. At some point in this track, somewhere in the first half, Mr. Glass ads an ethnic touch to it. Even though it’s subtle, it lifts the sound on to another level. Almost 9 minutes of sustained strawberry goodness. Yummy.

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