[LHR11] Headcore – Headcore EP

In & Out
Cage Beat

At the tail end of the ’90s, Gregory Darsa played around with a number of pseudonyms before finally settling on his now familiar DJ Gregory alias. One of those abandoned aliases was Headcore. It was used for a single EP back in 1998, released on Chateau Flight’s label, Versatile (then in it’s’ infancy). Here, that EP gets a welcome reissue. It’s aged rather well, with all four tracks – explorations of deep house themes with occasional nods to the dubby, African-influenced style Darsa would later explore on the Africanism project – sounding as fresh now as they did 16 years ago. Picking highlights is tricky, but we’re particularly enjoyed the sparse, swinging dub-house of “Cage” (accompanied with a tasty drum dub) and the Chez Damier-influenced chug of “In & Out

[LHR06] Nimbus Quartet – Later Lover EP

nimbusNimbus Quartet – Later Lover EP
Label: Lazare Hoche
Catalog#: LHR06
Format: 12″ Vinyl
Country: Paris
Released: 2013


Forthcoming release on Lazare Hoche Records (LHR06).

A1 Later Lover.
A2 Mouch Touch.
B Your House Is Yours Parts II&III Simultaneously.

Produced By Nimbus Quartet (Woody McBride & Dave Stevens).
All tracks originally released on SOUNDS (USA).
A&R Executive Production by Lazare Hoche & Malin Génie.
Artwork By Thomas Brengou.
Distributed by Juno Records UK.
Lazare Hoche Records Paris 2013.

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[LHR05] Lazare Hoche & Malin Génie – I Don’t Sync So: Volume II

malingelArtist : Lazare Hoche & Malin Génie
Title : I Don’t Sync So: Volume II
Label: Lazare Hoche Records
Catalog#: LHR05
Format : 2×12″ Vinyl-only release.
Release Date : September 2013


“Lazare Hoche & Malin Genie team up again for with the second installment
in their “I Don’t Sync So” series, in the form of a full eight-track
album. You can expect to find a variety of styles and atmospheres from a
selection of grooving analogue house bangers to deeper tracks and a killer
song feat. Mar.
It’s a formula that has garnered widespread praise from within the house
music world, from godfathers like Kerri Chandler to highly influential
newcomers such as Bicep and many others.”

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