A record label and party based in New York City and Denver, Colorado
Deep Club is a record label, collective, series of parties, and devotion to American dance music that stretches from Denver, Colorado to Queens, NY. Initiated in 2013 by a committed group of midwestern-raised DJs, Deep Club has cultivated a space in which developed and new forms of house and techno can be shared with the greater community. By marrying their club-level sound system with a DIY ethos, they present a focused vision and experience around their events. Over the last seven years Deep Club has hosted acclaimed talent like Marcellus Pittman, The Black Madonna, and Mike Huckaby at their dance-until-sunrise parties. A string of colorful and well-curated 12-inch vinyl releases and DJ mixes marks the outward and continuous growth of the Deep Club label concept.
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Deep Club Podcast #53: Omar Martenot
OMAR MARTENOT a.k.a. Bernadette Techneau (Paris)
Omar (@omarmartenot) is a Parisian-born DJ whose musical influences range from gipsy jazz to gabber techno by way of the fantastic Argentinian rock & roll. Discovering electronic music during a beautiful sunrise at Weather festival in Paris 2015, he then traveled from the sunny Croatian coast of Pula to wild Brooklyn, NY after parties, eager for more. His main local music influences are the mixing monster Joren a.k.a. Zaraf, the legendary Péripate venue, Roue Libre, and Microclimat collective's wild parties.
Half lobster, half human, Omar is before anything else a sound-fueled animal scouting for musical treasures and weird record sleeves. Bernadette Techneau is his female counterpart whose only goal in life is to play "we don't make prisoners" kind of techno at a NYC Bunker event, Detroit style.
This mix is about records crossing an ocean, Omar's deep affection for minimal house, and that subtle moment when night ends and the sun's rays slowly rise, breathing the second wind of the party.
Original artwork (painting) by @juliesthorez
01. Ferro - A1. Endresonic [VBX005]
02. Unknown Artist - A2. Untitled [TZU04]
03. AWSI - A1. Broken Space Cake [BVR021]
04. Max (Italy) - A2. Meduza [RELIKT006]
05. Tzena - A1. Finally [LUCKISON003]
06. Nolga - A2. Ventura [PERSPECTIVE001]
07. Fabe - A. IBI [LACLAP004]
08. Zlatnichi - B2. Abbie Pide [MODEIGHT009]
09. Traumer - A. Vinci [GETTRAUM007]
10. Ray Mono - A. First Contact [META003]
11. Chapsenza - B1. Upcoming Stars [RELIKT007]
12. Unknown Artist - A. Untitled [PULPCORN002]
Deep Club Podcast #52: Kids' Table
KIDS' TABLE (Chicago)
Kids’ Table aka Paddy Murphy (@dubious-music) spent his early rave days consuming every genre that the Glasgow party scene had to offer before moving to Oxford, where most weekends were spent record shopping and raving in South London. Since an early trip to Chicago and experiencing unabashed freedom of US dancefloors, he later moved to the Midwest city to harangue record shop staff and DJs alike for all the tips and IDs they have.
This mix is collection of the electronic genres and rhythms, both new and old, that keep him infinitely fascinated by music from his diverse roots.
01. FYI Chris - AD - West Friends - 2018
02. Frank De Wulf (Wax Doctor Mix) - Drums in a Grip - Harthouse - 1996
03. Nikki Nair - Super - Banoffee Pies - 2020
04. Energize - Report to the Dancefloor - Network Records - 1990
05. Alienage - Filter Funkard - Holding Hands Again - 1995 (RP 2020)
06. Mike Ash - Human Downfall - No Survivors! Recordings - 2019
07. Huey Mnemonic - Vibrations Radio - Vanity Press Records - 2019
08. John Convex - Zero - 3024 - 2012
09. Paul Hannah & Russ Gabriel - Turnip - Mosquito - 1996
10. Darryn Jones - Gibberish - Durty Truth Records - 2020
11. O’Flynn - Oberyn - Blip Discs - 2016
12. Anunaku & DJ Plead - Clap Clap - AD93 - 2020
13. Interplanetary Criminal - Nobody - Time Is Now - 2020
14. Desert Sound Colony - Far Reaching - Holding Hands - 2017
15. DJ Overdose - Time Dicer - Strange Life Records - 2009
16. Celestial Circuits - Dark Sines - In A Spin Records - 2019
17. Si Begg - On Ice - Under 5’s - 1999
Deep Club Podcast #51: Rodney Khalaschi
RODNEY KHALASCHI (They’re Here, Housepitality / San Francisco)
Rodney Khalaschi (@rodney-kh) fully immersed himself in the San Francisco underground music scene upon moving to the city from Los Angeles in 2014 . With a respectful understanding of the unique culture that exists around collecting and playing vinyl, Rodney pursued deeper musical knowledge and a fine-tuning of his skills under the mentorship of Tyrel Williams (Acid Test, Immortal Sin). Rodney’s unwavering love for vinyl quickly extended into his life away from his decks at home, ushering him into working for Vinyl Dreams and RS94109; two of San Francisco’s most beloved record stores catering to dance music enthusiasts of all varieties. As Rodney fell into family-style relationships with artists and dancers in the Bay Area, his sound began to take shape. His DJ sets fall somewhere on the spectrum between sultry and energetic, always paying homage to the roots of dance music with their simultaneous Chicago and Detroit flavor, and never missing an opportunity to showcase music from local Bay Area artists.
Rodney has played a myriad of memorable and expressive gigs, such as his recent set at the Sunset Campout 10 year anniversary in 2019, as well as opening sets for names like BMG, Tin Man, and Justin Aulis Long. He is a resident for Housepitality SF, and co-founder of They’re Here, a monthly dance party with a cult following of dancers who prefer a raw, post-punk edge.
This mix is a special demonstration that was recorded in October 2020 from the deeper space of Rodney’s collection in light of feeling inspired by the new beginnings that were starting to unfold in his personal life.
01. Dave Aju- Maybeso
02. Ladymonix- Put it up
03. Amp Fiddler- When the morning comes (Original Mix)
04. Thatmanmonkz featuring Dave Aju- Turn it out
05. The Mole- Lockdown Party (Sprinkles’ Crossfaderama)
06. DJ Nature- Neighbourhood Novelty
07. Marcellus Pittman- Breathe beat
08. Norm Talley- Set My People Free
09. The Tourist- Measured Space (Dave Aju’s Metric System Remix)
10. DJ Kemit/ Carl McIntosh/ Kai Alcé- Digital Love (Remix)
11. Funkadelic- Get Off Your Ass And Jam (Marcellus Pittman Remix)
12. Norm Talley- Travlin - Part 2
13. Marcellus Pittman - 1044 Coplin (Give You Whatcha Lookin 4)
Deep Club Podcast #50: Alex D.
ALEX D. (BEERMONEYUSA, InNOut Jungle, Good Chill, RuffTapes / Denver)
Alex D. (@beermoneyusa) is a music producer, DJ, and amateur mycologist based in Colorado. He runs, BEERMONEYUSA, a record label and mail-order record club. Alex has recently released music with In N Out Jungle, Good Chill Records, and RUFF TAPES. He is sweet, funny, and good-looking. In his spare time, he enjoys tripping out and going on nature walks.
For our 50th addition to our mix podcast series Alex D. takes us on a head trip through far-out electronix, jungle, tekno, and acid beats.
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01. Tom Hanks - The ‘Burbs Monologue
02. Deep Florida - Chasing the Dream
03. Alex D. - No Cell Phones
04. Lone Dancer - Night Rain
05. The Acid Jakal - ? (JAK 005)
06. BC Rydah & M27 - Get Me Moving’
07. The Acid Jakal - ? (JAK 005)
08. Beermoney - Never Too Late
09. M27 - Playing Games
10. BC Rydah & M27 - Candles Half Off
11. M27 - Vinyl Initiation
12. DJ Please - 27hr Day
13. Dr. Jak L Turbo -Miss Ya Buddy
14. Acid Jakal - Cosmic Bump
15. M27 - Reaso Graff
16. Santana - Singing Winds, Crying Beasts
17. Faith, Hope & Charity - Just Wanted to Say I Love You
18. Devon Sawa - Idle Hands
Deep Club Podcast #49: Tyrel Williams' Pharoah Sanders 80th Birthday Mix
TYREL WILLIAMS (Immortal Sin, Secret Studio / SF)
Our 49th podcast is yet another mix from Tyrel Williams. This time, an all-vinyl mix of Pharoah Sanders records to celebrate the man's 80th Bday.
Deep Club Podcast #48: Tyrel Williams
TYREL WILLIAMS (Immortal Sin, Secret Studio / SF)
Tyrel (@tyrelwilliams) was a mainstay of Chicago’s underground scene for years. He began mixing records in 1999. Soon later he landed a job at Gramaphone Records, where he spent many years building his collection of vinyl. He spent 2007-2011 building his Acid Test residency at Smart Bar, which was an all vinyl dance party in Chicago. In 2009 he took a job working with Jeff Mills and helping with Axis Records. Tyrel moved to San Francisco in 2011 where he is now a resident DJ for Housepitality, Acid Test, and Fleurs Du Mal. In 2014 he started a project with Bryan Bai-ee called Secret Studio with releases on their own label, Secret Studio Records. His next venture is his new vinyl label with C.L.A.W.S. called Immortal Sin, with the two releases featuring I.B.M. on the first record and Bill Converse on the second.
This mix was recorded for Housepitalty back in May 2020. Tyrel was feeling his old deep house collection, so he wanted to tap into that and play some of his favorite deep house records.
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