Deep house compendium from Tim Engelhardt

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Here’s a selection of recently released stuff from Tim Engelhardt – a mixtape and a couple of remixes. All have that smooth deep house sound that Tim does so well.

First, his February mixtape entitled Water. He says “This time my theme was “Waters”, which I found quite interesting because if you look at the flow of water, you will realize you also find this type of flow in dance music. I tried to collect as much inspiration as possible for this mix to have a similar movement and feeling and I hope it evokes the same picture in your head while listening. Enjoy the ride.”

1. Luca Bacchetti feat. The Box – Fireflies and Crickets (Endless) 2. Häxeri – Love is All You Get (Chapter 24) 3. Tom Glass – Nothing Special (Hope) 4. Ghostlike – The Shadow Gallery (Parquet) 5. Gabriel I & Jamin Hernandez – Wunderlust (Sasse Dub) (Tenampa) 6. Jamie Stevens – Solemn Pride (Tarnished Tracks) 7. NGHT DRPS & David Mayer – Follow (Audiomatique) 8. Moshic feat. Joe Elbaz – Feed My Soul (Guy J Remix) (Lost & Found) 9. David Hasert – Moonglade (Leonard Bywa Remix) (Like) 10. Christoph – Time For Change (Lonya Remix) (Selador)

Next, the remixes. First of these is a remix for Tom Peters’ Two of Us. I really liked this. A sort of indie vibe to it, with the aching vocal and guitars. A bit like 90s Verve remixed.

Secondly, Tim’s remix of Patryk Molinari’s Bells & Sirens. This is definitely on the chilled side, with waves and lonesome synths.


~ by acidted on February 21, 2016.

One Response to “Deep house compendium from Tim Engelhardt”

  1. Excellent stuff – I like it much

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