Slavaki – Daydreaming


Here’s a preview of Slavaki’s new Daydreaming album. It’s not out until January but it has such a lovely dubby, deep house feel that I felt I ought to post now.

Slavaki is not only a recording artist but owner of Elusive Records. Daydreaming is his debut album (coming on double vinyl). The whole album has a relaxed air that offers dubbed and dubby elements set against chilled deep house and tech house arrangements. Deeper than black coffee, more warming than mulled wine.

Go to his website and “You’ll be invited to private on-line pre-release with some cool limited exclusives on offer.”

Blurb: After putting out a string of brilliant singles and EP’s in the past few years, Slavaki is up with his first artist album. It’s hard to believe it’s taken him 7 years since the first release, to come up with the idea of releasing a ”full-length”. No wonder, tracks have gotten time-tested, and have been carefully selected out of over 10 continuous hours of material written in the period between the year 2011 and 2015. Out on artists home label Elusive at the beginning of 2016 on limited 2×12″ vinyl, CD and digital.


~ by acidted on November 16, 2015.

2 Responses to “Slavaki – Daydreaming”

  1. Once more a very fine tune, Ctel. I am not the one who will comment every post but I would like to say that I am a straight follower of your site. You gave me inspirations of many great artists and mixes throughout the last years. And I have to thank you in this way.

    Keep on posting all the good stuff.

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