Pitch Twit – Treatment

Alluring deep house track with whispered vocal  snippets  sprinkled    throughout.

Pitch Twit – Treatment


Pitch Twit is the pseudonym of  Yorkshire  musician and producer Tom Sidebottom.

Pitch Twit’s knack for electronic dance music and twisting sounds and melody to accentuate his percussive thumps are his signature and one listen to “Bulletproof,” and I think you agree that Pitch Twit is far from being like his namesake. In fact, he’s anything but.

“Believe me, this piece of music will once be seen as a milestone of the development of electronic music.  Pitch Twit, I take my hat off — Thanks.” — Dancen Dancen Music Blog

Lisa Shaw – Can You See Him


Lisa Shaw is set to drop her classic soul / house sound this march with a full length album next month, “FREE”.   If you’ve even been to deep house club, you’ll recognize her voice instantly.   She’s laid down her vocals on many of deep house jams through out the years.   Hearing her voice always brings back fond memories of good times.   This track is taken from “FREE”.

Lisa Shaw – Can You See Him

Press Release:

Lisa Shaw releases her second artist album on Salted Music, with distribution partner Tommy Boy, and also prepares for an extensive North American tour.

“Free” is the beautifully crafted and eagerly awaited second artist album from the lovely Lisa Shaw. Written and produced by Dave Warrin and Lisa Shaw featuring guest producers Miguel Migs, Ethan White from Tortured Soul and Tim K, “Free” is Lisa’s latest studio effort since her debut album “Cherry” on Naked Music released in 2005.

“Free” showcases Lisa’s illustrious voice through a sublime mix of electronic, soul and RnB lovingly packed on one disc. Her voice can be one best described as the ‘dance/electronic Sade’, both aching and soothing. Featured on the album are new house classics such as “Feel”, “All Night High” and “Music In You”, as well as sultry downtempo beauties like “Better Days”, and “Honey”. This album simply has pedigree.

Throughout her career Lisa Shaw has been a proven staple in the deep house world. She has helped define an era with her releases on Naked Music and Salted Music, including the worldwide underground hit “Always”. She has worked with a heavyweight list of producers including the likes of Miguel Migs, Jay Denes, Fred Everything, Julius Papp, Tim Kvasnosky (Home & Garden) King Britt, DJ Smash Hunter and many others. Since 1994 she’s had over 40 releases to date released on labels including Naked Music, Om, Salted, RCA, Grand Central UK, Ministry of Sound, Virgin UK, Astralwerks, NRK and WAVE. She has also performed globally with Miguel Migs, Petalpusher LIVE, Andy Caldwell, Fred Everything, DJ Jask and JT Donaldson.

Lisa originally from Canada, but now residing in New York City, has always been in and out of the press including the New York Times, Billboard, CMJ and URB Magazine, as well as performing live on the distinguished David Letterman Show as a backing vocalist for pop-singer Jewel. Even Madonna paid tribute to “Always” in Rolling Stone Magazine, quoting Lisa Shaw to be “So Cool!”

Keep an eye out for Lisa’s new music video featuring “Tomorrow” which will be aired in February 2009. Also, Salted Music will be giving away the Miguel Migs’ produced track “Honey”, for free download. Lisa’s album will be available to purchase two weeks before stores in a exclusive nationwide boutique hotel group, which is yet to be announced. And if that wasn’t enough, Lisa begins her preparations for an extensive North American tour which will take her on the road during Spring 2009. Expect some surprises from Lisa; exclusive performances with Miguel Migs and with live nine piece band, Petalpusher. In a climate where everyone seems to follow the trends Lisa delivers a refreshingly soulful collection of work and remains true to her roots. Lisa Shaw has delivered a thirteen track masterpiece, which is destined to become a classic album, touching all those that hear it.


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Phonique – The Passion with Kiloo

Takent from mbeat:

Seldom does a track have such a story behind it as Kiloo & Phoniques ‚The Passion! It was three or four years ago in an online Deep-House forum that this warming tale began. Featured during a particularly on-form Laurent Garnier mix, came a track that immediately caused quite a stir. A whos who of Deep-House heads from Ame to Dixon were up in arms about this ‚phantom track, that no-one could place. Could it be an old undiscovered rarity that theyd all missed, or a new, unreleased, secret production…? Eventually, a track-listing was provided for Garniers mix, and the artist was revealed to be the little-known but instantly respected ‚Kiloo aka Pascal Saussac. Phoniques connection with the artist was forged after another of the newcomers tracks, ‚The Game of Love, was signed tothe Parisian label Plays Cool. Having already been well respected on the French house scene, Phonique was asked to remix the track and so their relationship grew. Originally, ‚The Passion was sent to Laurent Garniers F-Comm imprint, but remained unsigned, and so for a long time it had no home, however Phonique always believed that it deserved a platform for release to the world. Now in 2008, this hit, four-years-in-the-making, has been completely re-recorded by Phonique and his studio partner Alex Krüger, and Kiloos magical track is ready to start the message boards filling up once again!For the remixes, we remain happily within the Deep-House genre, as first choice remixers Trickski, who supported the first two Ladies & Gentlemen releases in almost every set, maintain their ‚Members of the Trick trademark style. They fill the role with a fine re-work that honours the original, and unfolds it into an intricately dubbed hypnotic journey. The second round of remix duties are beautifully fulfilled by long term pals Dplay and Manuel Tur. Originally part of those historic forum discussions years before, they have since risen through the ranks to become some of the most respected

Phonique – The Passion with Kiloo