Sau Poler – Jaffe House [Atomnation]

Memorabilia… Or the “How to brilliantly mix 5 genres in a 5 song EP without losing your identity” masterclass. Our Catalan madman comes back with a smashing fashion who really had me surprised in terms of production quality and versatility. I had to make a choice, so I went with Jaffe House, a nicely built house track that really got me. Enjoy !

Axel Boman – In the Dust of This Planet [Pampa]

What would you say if I was to tell you there was a compilation curated by DJ Koze that regroups Roman Flügel, Mount Kimbie, Jamie xx, Axel Boman and Gold Panda? That unicorns do not fu***** exist right ? Well, they do. And its astonishing. Word.

Awanto 3 – Pregnant [Dekmantel]

Ok, this is not a newbie: actually, for anyone who digs house even a little bit, you have probably heard this one before. Pregnant was actually released in 2012, but has now been repressed as part of a brand new EP with exclusive Awanto 3 material. A good occasion to revisit the not-so-old days!

Seb Wildblook – Jazz no. 1 [Church]

There is no way I can stress this enough: Church Is undoubtedly the best record label of 2016. That’s it. Their releases are so good and crisp it is downright insulting. Well, Seb Wildblood’s last tune is well within these boundaries. He brings us a pure gem of jazzy house, with one of the most subtle grooves I heard in a long time.

Flume – Say It (feat. Tove Lo) [Future Classic]

We had too much house on this Zeitblast…And you have to admire big the next Flume album is going to be. This track features Tove Lo – who is in my opinion one of the best vocalists of our generation – and has unsurprisingly reached 2.5 million views on YouTube in less than 3 weeks. Yes it is a summer tune, yes it is heavily marketed, but it’s still brilliant. Come on.