Boomkat Product Review:
Detroit house meister Rick Wade does the right thing for all the non-vinyl 313 heads by committing the invaluable Harmonie Park Revisitied series onto digital formats for the first time. Wade has been running the Harmonie Park label as an outlet for his cherished deep house productions since 1994, releasing Mike Huckaby's debut 'Deep Transportation' 12" way back in 1995, and Theo P's 'The Twin Cities' EP in '04, but reserves the bulk of the catalogue for his own tracks. Steamy deep house classics like 'Angry Pimp' strut next to uplifting filtered killers like 'Fade Away' or the super fly 'Pimp Factor' flexing his driving club mode, while tracks like the nine-minute 'Grimm' or 'Rome Ext' are exquisite deep trippers washed with moonlit keys, rolling bass and an irreplaceable Detroit beatdown atmosphere that's mathced by very few producers in his field. If Moodymann, Theo Parrish or Mike Huckaby push your 313 buttons you'll need a cold shower after this one. Tip!