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On Rotation

Staff picks from Theo Parrish, FaltyDL, Lusine, Patrice Baumel, Kelly Dean, and more

By Beatport News Editors
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Classic house from Theo Parrish, beat experiments from Lusine and FaltyDL, and plenty more offerings fill out this week’s On Rotation, which compiles our expert team of merchandisers’ and editors’ favorite picks of the week.


Matt Ferry

Merchandising Manager / Denver


Finally, the triumphant return of Lusine. It’s been a long, LONG while since I’ve heard new productions from one of my all-time fave electronic music masterminds. From the hotly tipped floor-filler that was Nic Fanciulli’s rework of his ethereal “Two Dots,” to his work under the IDM guise Lusine ICL, this man has been around. Now, Ghostly’s got the first single from Lusine’s new album, The Waiting Room, with equally amazing, and more dance-friendly reworks from Jon Convex and Hanssen ready for us to hear. The future looks bright for 2013.

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Sean Lewis

Merchandising Manager / Los Angeles


A big one from LA’s Kelly Dean, this track is deep, deadly, and minimal with some beautiful drum work to keep it moving. I quite like the whole EP. Look forward to hearing more like this in the future.

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Dan Cole

General Manager of Merchandising & General Manager / Berlin


Let’s be fair here—Patrice Baumel has never been one to play by the rules. And this latest offering is no exception. What comes across at first as a normal tech-house bridge record eventually becomes interspliced with psychedelic overtones and a warped Charlotte Gainsbourg sample layered under the synth. If you like your tech house weird and dark, well, this is for you.

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Christine Kakaire

Merchandising Manager / Berlin


This first month of the year has already been rich for digital debuts of vinyl classics and rereleases, and France’s Robsoul crew are continuing a run of form with this seminal deep house record from 2004, originally on Rick Wade’s Harmonie Park label. There’s not much more to say about Theo Parrish and his genius, so head straight for “Dance Sing” to hear it shine with even the simplest of beatdown arrangements.

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