Release Date: 28th November
We're really excited to be able to put one of our favourite ever WotNot releases to wax. It's a release that makes us particularly proud as we convinced K15 to let one of his house tracks out of the archive for the first time ever, as well as securing one of the few tracks to have been heard from up-and-coming wunderkind Glenn Kelly (Jeeks),
before he retired early from the circuit.
Four years after it dropped digitally, featured artists K15 and IMYRMIND have become household names, releasing music with Eglo, Wild Oats,
Tartelet and Money $ex Records among others.
This re-release also includes a new track from SexRulesEverything who also featured on the original release. The tracks on this EP still stand strong, and the vinyl drops alongside the release of Dancefloor Sweets Vol. 2, with more to come in 2017.
a1. IMYRMIND – Orange Skin Food
a2. SexRulesEverything - Ghettofied
b1. K15 – Returning Is Impossible
b2. Glenn Kelly – Parma
Release Date: 21st November
In accord with WotNot's knack for nurturing talent, our first Dancefloor Sweets featured an early appearance from Tartelet & Money $ex artist IMYRMIND, and the first ever K15 house track!
Volume 2 continues in this vein with a new pick 'n' mix bag of feel-good crowd-pleasers from EVM128, Body-san, Danvers and Galactic Ganesh, while Volume 1 also receives a long overdue (limited) press to vinyl, with a new added track from SexRulesEverything. Those familiar with EVM128 will place him firmly at the forefront of the
new wave of broken beat artists.
A highlight of his critically acclaimed 2015 LP Nova was Beyond, featuring soul legend Omar, and Warm 'n' Easy ft. Oliver Night stands in this vein but hits even harder, with smooth soulful vocals riding the strident rhythms flowing through the bass, drums and chords.
Galactic Ganesh is a space elephant with serious junk in the trunk, evident in his outrageous grime and techno productions under another moniker (whose highlights include appearances on Black Acre and BBC Radio 1).
Tell Me is a boogie-flavoured floor filler marrying the holy trinity of wah-ing synths, slapping drum machines and talkbox vocals.
Portland-based producer Body-san's much-lauded cassettes on 100% Silk and 1080p combine warm deep house grooves with 90s-flavoured digital synths and organic textures. Sensory Bin is no different, the spaced-out tape-warbled lead
floating over delicious pads and a snappy beat.
WotNot followers will have seen Danvers performing at various events, as well as hearing his brilliant Soccer96 remix alongside efforts from Danny Krivit and Glenn Astro last year.
Hoxton 203 is sumptuously groovy; the moment those shuffling Rhodes cuts enter is a guaranteed level-upper on any dancefloor!
Wherever the night's at, one of these will surely go down a treat, and it kicks off a string of new stuff from WotNot including releases from Danvers, K15, Charo and new artist William Florelle.
a1. Galactic Ganesh – Tell Me
a2. EVM128 – Warm n Easy ft. Oliver Night
b1. Danvers – Hoxton 203
b2. Body-San – Sensory Bin