Deep House Videos
What was first by many believed to be a bad April Fools joke has been confirmed via social media by Vick Lavender, Paul Johnson, David Morales and many other friends of his.
Frankie's Wikipedia page has also been updated, citing March 31st 2014 as the date of his passing.
My friend (and roommate from the old Hamburg days) Constantin just shared this on Facebook and I wanted to make sure you spend 3 minutes of your life listening to one of my favorite artists and DJs, Theo Parrish. It's the first of Let's Be Brief's "State of Independence" film series published mid 2013.
I'm especially keen on the quote "The best we can do is(...) start to highlight individuals that are really driven.. cause that's where it starts!"
Two days ago Atjazz Record Company released the official music video of Atjazz & Jullian Gomes album track "Philosophy" featuring Osunlade on vocals.
Since I love the album "The Gift The Curse" AND all three are friends I want to make sure you're not gonna miss out on it. Enjoy!
On January 17th 2014 Freerange Records boss Jimpster played at Misfit, a party in Belfast, Ireland. The good people behind the party captured one hour of his set and as always it's flawless and a true treat for all (Deep) House music fans.
Listen carefully at minute 52 when Jimpster brings in Lars Behrenroth's dub edit of the killer Andre Lodemann "Feel It" remix which is exclusively available on the 5 Years Deeper Shades Recordings compilation.
And yet another video that popped up on my Facebook timeline. This time my friends from Freerange shared this cool video of Sven Weisemann adding live piano and vocal samples via vinyl to one of his tunes. Sven sent the video to the folks of Fact Magazine who added it to their YouTube channel. I really dig Sven's minimal approach to the music he produces and was lucky enough to have remixed his track "Slices" for Liebe*Detail a few years ago.
Someone just posted this 5 minute Osunlade feature on Facebook and I wanted to share it with my Deeper Shades family!
One of South Africa's most well known and loved (deep) house DJ's is Vinny Da Vinci and you may remember him from his guest mix on Deeper Shades Of House show #361. I've met Vinny during my first trip to South Africa in 2010 and he may well be my favorite South African DJ. He always plays flawless, soulful and deep sets and introduces brand new music to the hungry audience.
Check out this video profile in which he sports a Deeper Shades Of House T-Shirt. A few shirts with this design are still available for purchase in our online store.