Since celebrating their 100th release back in December of last year, Witty Tunes has more than held its corner for thoroughbred club cuts. This month, Budapest’s Viktor Kaman takes to the label with a two-track offering that seamlessly unites his deep and tech-fuelled tendencies. Scatty, bass-favoring house music is the crux of Kaman’s A-side “Raw,” leaving “Wah” to extend the liberal sample work to a far more rhythmically charged extension of his underground house prowess. We are hearing a lot of noise from both deep house and tech of late, but in seamlessly uniting the best of both sub-genres, Kaman emerges a force like few other currently blessing the digital market. (more…)Posted by
Dutch techno producer Daniel Sanchez goes groovy on his latest Witty Tunes release. Sanchez has outdone himself on this dynamic tech house track with a boisterous bass line and Thriller-esque synth stabs. Bulgarian up-and-comer Metodi Hristov gives “Awakenings” the remix treatment as well, spicing the song up with his liberal use of percussive flairs and vocal samples. Here’s hoping Pt. 2 isn’t far behind. Head to Beatport today to catch the release and check out the previews after the jump.
If you’re a fan of artists like Mark Knight, Richie Hawtin and Carl Cox, there’s a good chance you’re also a fan of Witty Tunes, whether you realize it or not.
Based out of Amsterdam and Washington, DC, the label has quietly built a sterling reputation at the top of the underground house world, consistently charting releases that find their way into marquee acts’ mixes. To commemorate its 100th label release, owners Sideburn and Redondo have compiled Witty’s top 20 tracks from the past five years to represent their sound. Running the stylistic gamut from groovy cuts by Nightriders to upbeat tech house a la DJ Madskillz, 100th Release is a standout compilation at a bargain bin price-point. Check it out exclusively on Beatport today, with previews after the jump.