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Acid Andee - Callao (Lost My Dog Records) 96kps OUT NOW

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    Artist: Various Artists
    Title:Who’s Got Him? EP
    Label: Lost My Dog (UK)
    Cat No: LMD048
    Style: Deep House
    Release Date: 5th September 2011

    Buy it here:
    JUNO ;

    1. Harold Heath – Mescalito
    2. Acid Andee - Callao
    3. Pretty Criminals & Miami Ice – Feel The Crowd
    4. Tom Lown – The Short Straw
    5. Angus Jefford – Like That

    What's it all about?
    5 tracks by 5 artists – all demos that landed in the Lost My Dog inbox in recent months that we instantly fell in love with! It’s as simple as that!
    What does it sound like?
    It’s good old-fashioned groovy deep house as always with Lost My Dog! One for the fans of Maya Jane Coles, Burnski, Jimpster, Martin Dawson, Inland Knights and Jay Tripwire.

    Who's involved?
    Harold Heath and Tom Lown have both worked with Lost My Dog previously – Harold is a true LMD stalwart having released 3 EPs, countless remixes and kicking off the label’s ‘Family Affair’ compilation series earlier in 2011, while Tom Lown was responsible for 2010’s ‘Love Potion EP’ which came backed by a Harold Heath remix and a further standalone remix EP by Jay Tripwire.
    Acid Andee is Andrea Zanenghi from Italy and ‘Callao’ marks his first release for Lost My Dog - he will release a four track EP later in 2011. Pretty Criminals have had recent outings on Open Bar, SP Recordings and Endemic Digital – here they team up with German producer Miami Ice who has just released an EP with Unrivaled Music. Angus Jefford is another debutant – based in Leeds he runs the house night LaLoop which hosted a Lost My Dog party with Giom and Pete Dafeet earlier in the year. Turns out he makes great music too!

    DJ Feedback:
    Giom: Amazing release, all tracks are massive! Tom Lown especially killing it here!
    Shur-I-Kan: Cool EP - specially like Harold's track
    Till Von Sein: mescalito is straight butta! solid package all the way...thx till
    Moodymanc: Love the Harold Heath...callao has a nice vibe...Feel the crowd is is the short straw...and like that has the funk in a big way... Winner! Cheers!!!
    Imaani Brown: HARD to choose a fav.really! callao is a BANGER 4sho.heavy!
    Jay West: amazing package, all tracks sounding cool!
    Tom Findlay (Groove Armada): diggin 'feel the crowd' like a more elegant take on oliver $
    Jay Bliss: "Mescalito" and "Like That" are really really good. Thank you!
    Hippie Torales: Great package of songs.
    Rocco: "Mescalito" and "theshort Straw" work for me ! Tom Lown really bring me somewhere and i like the mix of all elements used in this track: DREAMY!
    JT Donaldson: Sweet !!
    Matthew Bandy: some tastey bits here... loving lost my dog!
    Some recent reviews of Lost My Dog that still make us roll over for a belly tickle:
    DJ Mag: There aren’t many house labels with as much consistency – such a distinct sense of personality – as Lost My Dog.
    Data Transmission: Since 2005, Lost My Dog has been one of the UK’s foremost flag-wavers of the original house music spirit.

    Released by: Lost My Dog
    Release/catalogue number: LMD048
    Release date: Sep 5, 2011


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