VARIOUS ARTISTS

DJ HAUS IN THE HOUSE (INCL DJ STEAW, MAK & PASTEMAN, & DJ OCTOPUS REMIXES)

Defected

ITH73LP

VARIOUS ARTISTS

DJ HAUS IN THE HOUSE (INCL DJ STEAW, MAK & PASTEMAN, & DJ OCTOPUS REMIXES)

Defected

ITH73LP

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ARTIST
VARIOUS ARTISTS
TITLE
DJ HAUS IN THE HOUSE (INCL DJ STEAW, MAK & PASTEMAN, & DJ OCTOPUS REMIXES)
LABEL
Defected
CAT NO.
ITH73LP
FORMAT
2 x LP
RELEASE DATE
    27/10/2017
TERRITORY
WORLDWIDE
GENRE
Chicago Deep House Disco Electronic Nu Disco Techno
FEATURING
4th Measure Men Deadboy DJ Octopus DJ Steaw Djaimin Ejeca Innershades Jordan (UK) Logg Mak & Pasteman Marquis Hawkes The Utopia Project
ASSETS

TRACK LISTING

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  1. A1. 4th Measure Men - 4 You (DJ Steaw Remix)
  2. A2. Deadboy -Never Felt
  3. B1. N.Y. House’n Authority - APT. 2A (Hugo Massien Rework)
  4. B2. Jordan (UK) - Apogee
  5. C1. Ejeca -Firework
  6. C2. Djaimin - Open The Door (DJ Octopus Mix)
  7. D1. The Utopia Project - File #3 (Mak & Pasteman Remix)
  8. D2. Innershades - Love At First Sight

SALES NOTES

Stepping up to continue Defected’s In The House tradition is DJ Haus, a decidedly untraditional DJ, producer, originator and DIY label innovator. Recognised among the underground house community as being at the cutting edge with his imprints Unknown To The Unknown and Hot Haus Recs, DJ Haus’ kaleidoscopic eclecticism and refreshing lack of ostentation makes him, in Defected’s opinion, an ambassador for the future of house music.

Ahead of the release of the full compilation Defected presents DJ Haus In The House this vinyl double pack keeps things super fresh and direct with a whopping eight compilation exclusives. New material from Deadboy, Jordan (UK), Ejeca and Innershades is included, plus remixes from DJ Octopus and DJ Steaw. Demonstrating a colourful array of raw and jacking sounds that encompasses electro, Chicago house, disco, techno and UK garage, DJ Haus In The House does the UK’s house scene immensely proud. It documents a moment in time when DJ Haus’ quietly pioneering dedication to the underground is celebrated in suitably reverent fashion.

Published: 13th September 2017

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