Enjoy this weeks update which offers quite a diverse selection of brand new soulful house music releases...

Ron Allen featuring Affrica "Wordz" (Strobe Records CD Promo)

Ron Allen follows-up his current club smash "Wunder Y" with "Wordz" which, to cut a long story short, is another soulful truly mesmerizing dance floor bomb by no means to be missed. "Wordz" features the outstanding spoken word poetry by Affrica alongside heavenly keys and chords over deep utterly infectious tribal-esque rhythms, altogether spreading a spell binding feel guaranteed to set the floor on fire.

Sobz featuring Ria "Sthandwa sam" (Soul'O Music CD Promo)

South Africa's Soul'O Music label graces us with the paramount "Sthandwa sam" (which means "My love") by Sonwabile 'Sobz' Gxabana and songstress Ria Jula. "Sthandwa sam" takes you on a breathtaking journey to soulful afro-deep territory you wish would never end, with deep contaminous yet smooth rhythms leading the way for Ria Jula's unmistakable sultry vocals and luscious melodies. Nuff said.

Eddie Nicholas "Come closer" (Slaag Records CD Promo)

The one and only Eddie Nicholas returns with "Come closer", a sure-fire floor weapon oozing with Eddie Nichola's one-of-a-kind enticing vocals, luxurious keys and relentlessly thumpin' rhythms. Adam Cruz turns up the heat on his 'Mixtape Sessions' version which combines the vocals with celestial synth melodies and merciless rhythms, and Soul Strings rework the track into a pulsating late night affair oozing with ethereal melodies on the vocal remix, while their 'Tele Dub' intensifies the vibe to the max with fervid rhythms and seductive melodies.

Thomas Brenner featuring Orlando Vaughan "Better with time" (Deeptown Music CD Promo)

"Better with time" by Thomas Brenner is a wonderful summery production built around a percussively stormin' backdrop, warm melodious keys and uplifting vocals by Orlando Vaughan - in other words, "Better with time" is a sun drenched feel good affair guaranteed to cause a stir on the dance floor. On remix duty is David Eye somewhat relaxes the vibe on his workout which takes the track to deeper grounds and features a lovely saxophone.

Best of the Rest

We are getting so many promos sent each and every week that many of them never get reviewed here on Spirit of House (for various reasons nota bene). However, as we want to make sure you are well informed what is happening, we have introduced this section to highlight other noteworthy releases...

Every now and then you come across a release that consists of nothing but mind-blowing four-to-the-floor tracks - exactly such is the case here with the "Beats Don't Sleep EP" by Jason Bye. Three equally massive dance floor bombs that are all about ruthless rhythms, cool samples and wicked melodies (Playmore Terrys CD Promo). Next is the brand new release by Miguel Graca which features the hypnotizing deep techy "Acquired tastes" and the drum and percussion heavy absolutely inexorable "The call" (Release The Pressure CD Promo).

The summery season of the year is here (well, almost) so is the sun drenched "Island vibes" by Alan Russell where African marimbas and real Caribbean steel drums meet phat house beats - drop this and watch them dancers go wild on the floor... (Black Vinyl Records CD Promo). Deep Elementz returns with the "Deep Invader EP Part 2" which includes "Tibet at dawn" and "Twilight moods", two tracks guaranteed to jam-pack the dance floor thanks to infectious old school inspired rhythms and lascivious melodies (Night Scope Deep Records CD Promo).

Back in 2008, "Dead end" by Bangana took over dance floors by storm, now this deep tech-soul jewel returns featuring sultry vocals by Clarisse Muvemba returns in fresh earth-shattering remixes by Gill & Szenasi, Duran Genc and Aytekin Kurt & Duran Genc and Aytekin Kurt (Heya Hifi CD Promo). Next we have a truly joyous journey through deepest ancestral afro-deep rhythms thanks to Soul Varti and his amazing "Rituals Of Africa" which comes complete with stellar remixes by Homeboyz, EleRoots and Mthi Wa (FOMP CD Promo).

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