Dixon_

Dixon_

  Not unfamiliar to the highs and lows of the music world, house music can proudly say that it has continuously proven to be an art form that is unafraid to face demands. It has proven this feat through, not … Continue reading

Mosca_

As the man himself said in his self-penned biography, Mosca doesn’t put out enough records. But when you consider he’s released “Bax,” “Eva Mendes” and “Dom Perignon,” few producers can claim as strong a hit-to-release ratio. His latest outing, a … Continue reading

The Masons Lodge Mix #1

To Celebrate The Success We Have Had In The Recent Weeks In The Promotion Of The Mason, And Moving From The Idea Stage To Actually Putting It To Motion We Have Decided To Give The World A Little Thankyou Present … Continue reading

The House Mason _Defined

The House Mason _Defined

The House Mason is defined* The House Mason is not defined by the popularity of the artist but more the art behind the music. To be a House Mason its not about selling your soul but more about the soul … Continue reading

Mr. G – Retrospective

Mr. G – Retrospective

Introducing the brand new album from UK born and based producer Mr. G whose real name is Colin McBean. For a long time the DJ has been to have kept the same sound often criticized for showing a lack of … Continue reading

“I need more Drink5&Lesslights-_&that american apparel girl in just tights”

Is it spelt glamour, I think. YEH.  Suppose the reason I am attracted to this brand is because just like the idea of the House Masons it started from a simple idea by a young person who made it a … Continue reading

House Muisc Orgins-/*This Ain’t Chicago: UK House According to the Artists That Lived It. Documentary

House Muisc Orgins-/*This Ain’t Chicago: UK House According to the Artists That Lived It. Documentary

” The name says it all. This documentary puts the focus on how house music took hold in the UK in the late ’80s and early ’90s, according to Richard Sen and guests. Sen compiled a collection of tracks for Strut … Continue reading

Various – Bosconi Stallions (Album Review)

The Words “Deep House” are extremely over used in modern EDM , but here to use the words in the mostful meaningful way rounding up there finest of rare breeds for a show-stopping steeplechase, Bosconi is proud to invite the world into there stables toasting 5years of there label to demonstrate the sound they have been rearing for the past few years. Leaping from the stocks in a flurry of high-pedigree house and techno, the Stallions bring forth the values they hold dear in electronic music, from young foals to old stallions they have really done themselves justice.

Various strains of Italian house and techno music has been hitting its stride on the international radar of late, as a wave of producers with fresh ideas bring a renewed sense of joy to a scene that seemed to really lack focus for many years. Berlin based duo The Analogue Cops, the  Nick Anthony Simoncino and his Hot Mix stable and the Early Sounds collective are diverse examples of this new wave of producers and their boutique imprints, however over the years many have overlooked Bosconi Records and the work it does to represent the rich tapestry of quality underground house music beyond their Florentine base.

The most noticeable difference between this and any other deep house album, it’s just how deep all the artists go even by their own standards. There’s a unifying roughness at work, with deep melodic rhythms  the order of the day, but the overall ambience is moody and searching, avoiding obvious cliche beats and big room dynamics for something far more alluring.

Tracklist:

01. San Proper & The Clover – Voices
02. A Guy Called Gerald – Thu The Diehold
03. Eduardo De La Calle – Virata Rupa
04. Altered Natives – The Legend of Neglect
05. I.F.M. – Dirty Vibes
06. Life’s Track – Dark Clouds
07. Nicholas – From Somewhere Else
08. Nightdrivers – Quanto Tempo Ci Rimane (Fabio’s Consolation Edit)
09. Alex Picone – Dry Scream
10. The Oliverwho Factory – Mind Free
11. Nick Anthony Simoncino – Tramonto Techno
12. Brothers In Low – Testacorta
13. Rondenion – Sunrize
14. Riccio – Put The Man Out

Bosconi Stallions Is An Album All House Heads Should Invest Into & Listen Too.

You Can Preview To The Whole Album On Youtube.

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http://www.phonicarecords.com/product/view/115405

And Here Is The House Masons Number 1 Song Off The Album…..its fucking great.

(Mason Teller)

The House Masons  ?? Mason.Teller. Mason. golDie – How bad do you/we want it

The House Masons ?? Mason.Teller. Mason. golDie – How bad do you/we want it

The idea really off with one question “how sick would it be if we could give people like the sickest/ best night of their lives?” that was it and the answers to it is what created The House Mason. Without … Continue reading