Marvelous deep house from Nat Wendell, who we profiled in 5 Mag back in 2018 when he launched his label Depth of My Soul.

It’s 2022, and the launch this time is a sublabel, simply called “Depths,” with a three track V/A from three artists whose records need to be nesting in the crate of any deep house DJ.

Mike Terra lives up to the album title (Dubs Vol 1) with the dubby “Moonshine,” stripped down to a minimalist core of chords, vocal hits and a bassline that sounds like an earthquake. Nat Wendell’s “Harlesden” is a kaleidoscope of tones, a wide and expanding bassline holding fragments of chords, strings, effects and even a mock siren in its hands. Jus Nowhere wraps it up with a mid-set sleeper called “Swingin'”:

This is vinyl only, and vital. Sold out on Bandcamp but in stock at Juno and other retailers.

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V/A: Dubs Vol 1 (Depths) Track Listing:
1. Mike Terra – Moonshine003 (06:54)
2. Nat Wendell – Harlesden (06:10)
3. Jus Nowhere – Swingin’ (06:51)

⚪️ Disclosure Statement: This record was submitted as a promo.



This was originally published in #Expansion: 5 Mag Issue #198 with Louie Vega, Brian Jackson, Beretta Music and more. Support 5 Mag by becoming a member for as little as $1 per issue.



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