Category Archive: Vinyl

The Seaman and The Tattered Sail – Light Folds

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I had intended for Irregular Crates to be punchy, to the point and as short hand as possible. Mixing a bit of general laziness, sloppiness and sheer lack of time…most of our posts… Continue reading

Darkroom – Gravity’s Dirty Work

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This week we received the forthcoming double album by Darkroom, ‘Gravity’s Dirty Work’ and it has been on heavy rotation ever since. It is duo Michael Bearpark and Andrew Ostler’s first album as… Continue reading

HVL – Across The Sun EP

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More Deep House wax – there’d be even more if I could afford it! This one’s by HVL on Housewax Recordings, a sub-division of Rawax. This one is quite simply deep, raw and… Continue reading

Kez YM – Late Night Blue Sound EP

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  Crucial wax by Kez YM out now on City Fly recordings, complete with a remix by legendary producer Andres. I first heard main track ‘Late Night Remedy’ months ago on a James… Continue reading

The Boats – Nomenclature

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  Often you read reviews referring to new albums by artists as ‘departures’. Usually you can notice the different ideas pretty easily but only very occasionally do artists go the full 360 as… Continue reading

John Lemke – People Do

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I’ve been meaning to post up the recent album ‘People Do’ by John Lemke for some time but I’ve been unable to gather the correct words to describe it. I started Irregular Crates… Continue reading

Rio Padice – Tropical Interlune

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  More vinyl-only Deep House goodness and this time from master of the raw sound Rio Padice, with ‘Tropical Interlune’ on Early Sounds Recordings. The album fits neatly onto one record, offering a… Continue reading

Colorlist – Sky Song

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New on the Serein label is the return of Colorlist, who also contributed the 10″ vinyl release ‘The Fastest Way To Become The Ocean’ on the label back in 2011. Their new album… Continue reading

DWIG – Forget The Pink Elephant

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One of my favourite albums from the year so far is Forget The Pink Elephant by DWIG (Die Wiese Im Garten) ¬†on German label Giegling. As far as I am aware, this one… Continue reading

Trumpet & Badman – Love Keeps Changing

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Trumpet & Badman is the new collaboration pseudonym for DJ Haus and DJ Q, a project in which by their own admission they deliberately intended to vibe out with tons of raw, old… Continue reading