London based OdD are a natural fit for Infuse with their rolling hypnotic grooves featuring in the sets of the Fuse crew for the past few years.
Their Cold Fusion EP kicks off with Get Away, the EP's vinyl only track; a deep edged shuffler, custom fit for those hazier dance-floor moments.
Roll The Beats has a distinctly tripped out sensibility whilst 'Making Moves' ups the energy with a sprightly house-edged bounce.
a1. Get Away (Vinyl Only)
b1. Roll Da Beats
b2. Making Moves
Fuse London's offshoot label continues its strongest year so far with Fabe stepping up to the plate to present the 'Square Town Story EP'. 'Kim On Gin' is the first port of call with its swung rhythms and idiosyncratic bassline with 'All City Brother' following on in much the same funked up vein. 'No More Order' injects a Housier feeling with its toughened up drums whilst Enzo Siragusa & Seb Zito provide their own interpretation of 'Kim On Gin' in their own inimitable style.
Mannheim duo Ho Do Ri's Lost In Betty's Ford is an exercise in restraint with the EP delving into the deeper realms of house music.
Elotrans' Kick things off with its shuffling percussion lending the track more of a jacking vibe.
High Level boost ups the energy whilst still retaining a distinctly left field vibe whilst K For The Models delves into murkier realms in a superbly wonky way.
Back Problems rounds things off with a sub-aquatic ride reminiscent
of Baby Ford at his most coherent.
a2. High Level Booster - (Vinyl Only)
b1. K For the Models
b2. Back Problems
Release Date: 29th August
It's destination Romania for the next release on the burgeoning Infuse label with IULY.B taking the reins with his 'Harmonics EP'. 'Romance' delves deep with its subdued bass line and off kilter percussion edging the track into hazy territory.
‘Supersonic' ups the ante with a sweeping, undulating synth percolating throughout whilst 'Sine Harmonics' is a total gem, with its fresh and unique vibe making it truly stand out as something special.
Release Date: 7th November
20 year old Utrecht based producer Julian Alexander steps up for the next release in Infuse with a ep of raw house grooves.
Sweet Rain kicks things off, its deeply rounded bass and swung percussion
imbuing the track with a real sense of groove.
Cabin Fever continues the vibe whilst Present brings a sense of warmth; an undulating pad lending the track a more blissed out feel whilst Straight furrows a tougher path
with a dirtier warehouse kick and metallic percussion.
a1. Sweet Rain
a2. Cabin - (Vinyl Only)