Dalminjo
Rouge EP

SECOND SINGLE FROM THE ALBUM FJORD FUSIONEER

Here you can hear what has been a big influence on Dalminjo . JAZZ MUSIC. It can’t get more jazzier than this. His own unique way of interptret Jazz is amazing. Rouge is all a jazzmusician only can dream of to been able to do as a producer of house music. Double bass grooves mixed with an effective hammond organ and other nice jazzy sounds all mixed with a fresh house beat. That’s the way to explain this gem!

On the flipside you find a remix by Quant which you have seen on labels such as Naked Music, Echo Chamber and Hollow. He is part of the Gothenburg nu jazz/broken beat scene called Gonkyburg which has big success on labels such as Compost and Jazzanova. He twists the original to a funky electroish offbeat monster. We recommend to listen on loud volume!!!!!

As we at Deeplay Music wants to give something extra to our supporting dj’s, we put on a bonus track to make this package hot. Dense is pure deep house with some nice “wah wah” sound. Simple as that.


Tracklisting :
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a1. Original Mix
b1. Quant Remix
b2. Dense





Reviews :

Lewis Dene (Update UK)
From Sweden comes this wonderfully groovy offering oozing deepness, jazzy vibes and pulsating percussiveness. Two versions of ‘Rouge’ by the 21-year old producer certainly are a compliment to his age – equally as sophisticated as material by the likes of the Masters, Migs or Francois K. The beats swing to shuffling percussion and a strummed bass begs you to nod ya head, swing ya hips and tap ya toes. It’s not optional. 5 dancin’ men 5/5

Found Sounds (Dj Mag)
There’s no stopping our Northern European cousins. What with fine raw fusion & Jazzflora compilations hitting the streets recently and now this, a perfect hybrid of deep jazz house with enough percussive persuasion and well chosen loops to state many a head in many a musical field. Fellow Swede Quant gets to grips on the mix, adding a few more whistles and bells, a more angular gritty bassline and hallmark West London harmonies. Quality. 4/5