Cuartero ENDZ033 Cuartero makes his Eastenderz debut with a classy EP. The Spanish DJ and producer kicks things off with “Alma”, a solid peak time weapon on the A side. The flipside opener “Talasa” takes you into a deeper journey, followed by the vinyl exclusive track “Triangulum”. Eastenderz 12"
Toman ENDZ035 Toman makes his Eastenderz debut with an impressive four tracker of hard-hitting minimal house weapons. The Dutchman kicks things off with ‘High Ceilings’, reflecting his unique minimal sound and doused in glitching samples and thundering basslines. The rubbery roller ‘Le Premier’ follows up, as zipping synths and deadly precise percussion rip though. On the flip side, ‘A Quarter To Molly’ brings deep bass undulations and rhythmic vocal snippets to the fore, as ‘No Sleep’ rounds off the EP with a darker offering. Essential business as always from Eastenderz. Eastenderz 12"
Chris Stussy ENDZ032 Dutchman Chris Stussy is now a global part of underground scene and making his way to Eastenderz with a remarkable four-tracker. The opener ‘Torino’ with its bold bassline and drums is followed by 'Modiletion' on A side. On the flipside, 'Never Ending Story' brings spacey journey and accompanied by 'Aerolite'. Guaranteed to work on dancefloors! Eastenderz 12"
East End Dubs ENDZ031 East End Dubs returns to his own label after releasing chart topping EP’s on Fuse and Hottrax. He is in his impressive form on ENDZ031, which features one of the tracks of the summer “Synthasy” on the A side, followed by the moody tough rolling main room banger “Nightingale” and Vinyl Exclusive trippy track “Vizzle”. Eastenderz 12"
Doubtingthomas ENDZ 019 Aurelien Riviere's work as Doubtingthomas has been a staple of the tech-house stronghold since the late 00s, and he is often cited as a name which brought zest and freedom to the genre, unlike many of his more loop-minded contemporaries. He returns to Eastenderz with a tactile three-tracker, headlined by "Dem Unbekannten", a bleepy technoid bullet which evolves ever so gently into an endlessly hypnotic tunnel of atmospherics. "Bastide" is similarly shape-shifting, except the execution is more mechanical and dub-minded, whereas swarm heads deep into the minimal whirlpool. Effective tools for the open-minded tech-head. Eastenderz 12"
WICKHAM / Viceversa / Doubtingthomas / COSMJN ENDZ 020 The Eastenderz label drop their 20th outing to date, just in time for the Easter weekend! That means you'll be able to smash out some killer house on the floor, and these tools are just what you need to do be able to do that. Wickham's "Digsy" kicks off with a delightful injection of bass, pushing a fat groove over a vast 7 minutes of bounciness, while Viceversa's "Aden" tones the pace down and heads into the murkier end of the deep house scale. On the flip, Doubtingthomas comes thorugh with "Jegun", a space-age roller with vast synths extending the track's reach, leaving Cosmjn's "Butterfly Drop" to deliver one final shot of bass-driven house that can only be smashed out on a jam-packed dancefloor. Badness from the Eastenderz! Eastenderz 12"
Viceversa ENDZ 017 12" cut from Viceversa, on clear vinyl with a blue & black splatter. Eastenderz 12"
East End Dubs ENDZ 016 Aside from a few, sporadic appearances here and there, East End Dubz has pretty much been loyal to his own imprint, through which he has solidified a house sound of his own. Number 16 in the series offers a predictably classy affair in the form of 2 club trax that are bound to sync with pretty much anything you throw at them. "Space Cadet" is a direct, no bullshit house missile made for keeping the moods and tempos at a steady pace, while "Halfjack" is more on the playful side, shooting out tidy little melodic twists amid its rawer and more off-kilter percussion. Eastenderz 12"
WICKHAM ENDZ 015 Leeds based rising star Jack Wickham has been on a roll of late. Following up the inauguration of his own JKR imrpint in addition to releases on Re.Face (which was recently played by Ricardo Villalobos) and Infuse: he now serves up two killer tracks here for East End Dubz' esteemed Eastenderz imprint. Quite a privilege considering its releases are almost exclusively an outlet for Romanian producers until now. On first side, we've got the rolling and funky groove of "Episode A" which carries on with Wickham's well honed hypnotic sound that puts him up there with the likes of iO Mulen and S.A.M. as one of the main proponents of this particular tech house sound. On the flip, "Episode B" has more energy and bounce to it, not to mention a heap of swing in the rhythm which is exactly the kind on sunny tech house we love: expect to hear this one everywhere from Kater Blau to Club Eden this Summer. Eastenderz 12"