The latest in our Digital Love compilation series features our pick of the best new house music around. Following on from their well-received remix of Romanthony’s “Too Long”, Kevin McKay & Landmark are back with “Losing You”, a killer cut with loopy strung-out vocals and the kind of driving bottom end that has brought Landmark so much chart success recently. Midnight City’s debut on the label, the sweet tribal groove “Carmen” went straight into the House charts on release. This is their follow up and it’s more Andhim-meets-Moon Harbour style goodness. GU fave Piem is next, this time collaborating with Spanish producer Yamil. “The End” is their deep and moody take on The Doors classic. Dashka’s “Provenance” is the work of Darren Sheehan from Cork. Carrying on the deep Ibiza tribal feel, this beautiful, marimba journey is the perfect tonic if you’re finding tech house a bit too abrasive right now. Dilby first appeared on GU a couple of years back and since then he’s gone on to have big records with the likes of Mother, Go Deeva and Under No Illusion. Here he brings the Berlin house heat with “Promises”. Josh Gregg is probably best known for his tracks on Mac Chapman & George Smeddles’ Resonsance label. Here he delivers a wondrous deep jam filled with soul-touching vocals and sublime arpeggios. Lastly Barcelona’s Kokks & Lein bring some peak-time garage vocals to round off this varied VA.
Support from: Hotsince 82, Dario D’Attis, Chus & Ceballos, Pirupa, Brett Gould, Piemont, Illyus & Barrientos, Yamil, Mihai Popoviciu, Vlada Asanin, Lexa Hill, Danny Howard, Guy Mac, Tensnake, Landmark, J Paul Getto, Dalfie, Jamie Coins, Vanilla Ace, Oscar L, Steve Lawler, Le Visiteur, SKT (Kiss FM), Dilby, House Keeping (London), Alan Nieves, Tommy Vercetti, Paco Osuna, Chris Main, Robert Owens, Jean Bacarreza, Severino, Mike Vale, Tough Love, Josh Gregg, Mark Knight.