Portugal has a fine pedigree when it comes to house music. Throughout the nineties, as Underground Sound Of Lisbon, Rui Da Silva and DJ Vibe effectively
Best known under his production alias of Carsten Jost, Dial co-founder David Lieske is set to release his second album ‘Perishable Tactics’ in January 2017. Our pick ‘Army Green’ offers a spooky STL-tinged melody lacing up a deeper than deep bass drum, dusty claps and delayed piano keys drowned in reverb with a hip-swaying groove.
Haunted by Ivan Pona’s voluptuous sax solos, ‘Morning Way’ meshes a classic Chicagoan shuffle and elastic bass line with mangled vox bits, setting its languid slo-mo groove against an alluring retro-laced ambient backdrop. Rolling deeper than deep, this smooth kaleidoscopic chugger shall please all fans of MCDE and beyond.
“All The Right Noises” is Roman Flügel‘s third album for Dial and this time around the Frankfurt based producer presents ten tracks made up of ambient soundscapes, downtempo breakbeat and psychedelic experimentalism. Since