Released 3rd September
The sun has set and above us track pant clouds are draining our imagination. The beach pebbles blossom in the glory of our denim world. Can you see where this is going? Indeed. JEANS don't fuck with the Levi's, because garage house is back and the summer is tickling our toes. Susan's getting it going with her sixth instalment and always remember friends: who's Susan?
a1. Lul Geen Kalmte
a2. Lul Geen Kalmte (Lake Haze Remix)
a3. Lul Geen Kalmte (X-Coast Remix)
Released 4th May
The water surely is greener on the other side. Susan's 5th release marks perhaps the biggest step towards the so-called life of Susan. Speed and depth transform into ritualistic whistles, strange questions may be asked, but the summery seasons will blossom whilst binge eating kebabs with that wild seasoning. Susan won't create her own energy drink, but the likes of DJ Swagger, Axefield, DJ Windows XP and Joakim Hellgren sure have spiced up the spectrum of reason on this one.
a1. DJ Swagger - Green Waters
a2. Axefield - 140 Trak
b1. DJ Windows XP - How Did You Know I Was Here
b2. Joakim Hellgren - Sketches
Released 8th September 2017
DJ Windows XP's highway route from the strange deserts to the over-the-top underground clubs somewhere deep in your imaginative 18 karat gold vinyl players. Straight debut fire on Who's Susan. Wait, who is Susan?
a1. Well Sometimes
a2. Track 39
a3. Sometimes I Feel Happy, Sometimes Sad
b1. Maybe It Was Me
b2. You Could've Seen It Coming
Released 14th October 2016
Who's Susan? Following our starlet from Djibouti to Leiden she keeps bringing certified legitness to you and your crew. The first 12" release named "you are the prototype" is a V.A. with tracks by Raar, Axefield and William Caycedo, spanning three different vibe's, all within Susan's comfort zone. On the A side the killer lo-fi house vibes of 'Santori' meet hypnotic acid bumps in this late-nite party gem, keeping your ears ringing all the way back home. Axefield creates ample room on the B side for his deconstructed synth filled 'SNY' in which Japanese and Jamaican voice samples culminate in just under 9 minutes of bliss. William Caycedo's 'SNY' remix snaps you straight back to the dancefloor, with percussion as crisp as it gets and a baseline as low as it goes, this one has that instant deep gut reaction.
a1. Raär - Santorï サントリ
b1. Axefield - SNY
b2. Axefield - SNY (William Caycedo Remix)