Just added a stack of quality new releases to our New House Playlist on Spotify. Kiev’s Lugovskiy gets the ball rolling with his sweeping cut for High Demand, the latest compilation from Melbourne imprint taking in artists from the Eastern European cities of Szczecin, Moscow, Kiev and Tbilisi. Manchester veteran Evil C reissues his 2001 EP Elements and reminds us just how good it is.  There are new left fielders from American and UK producers Titonton Duvante and Fotomachine respectively off Josey In Space, the new mixed comp. for Beats In Space Records courtesy of the considerably vast musical mind and skilled hands of London DJ Josey Rebelle.

In addition to the Ukraine and the aforementioned US and the UK artists, the list also features music from France, Germany, Malta, Colombia, South Africa, Netherlands, Belgium, Italy, Romania and Brazil. Among them are excellent releases from three French artists Chevals, Leo Pol and Willowman, UK residents Daley Padley aka Hot Since 82 and DJ/Producer Dominic Aquila and German DJ/Producers Adryiano, Vril, Jena’s Robag Wruhme, Cologne veteran Jonathan Kaspar and Munich duo Coeo.

It also includes New York City’s Juan Maclean, an exquisite selection from Michigan’s John Beltran new EP and an excellent debut from Valletta DJ/Producer Edd. Bogota’s Felipe Gordon adds yet another touch of class to the playlist while South African pair LaTique and Dwson go uniquely deep with their contributions. The one and only Deep House legend Rick Wade has yet another EP out as do Belgian producer Rone White & his Dutch partner in crime Rowen Clark.

London based producer Henri Bergmann, newly signed to Watergate, collaborates with Italian duo Underspreche and there’s some more than tidy stuff from Romanian producer Hostox, Brazilian equivalent V3RZA and Calfornian electronic artist Lubelski.

That leaves just three tracks intact from last week’s list — Berlin-based Ralf Schmidt aka Aera‘s track from the Innervisions comp. an as always sublime piece of work from Dutchman Rolando Simmons and some manic fun from Washington DC resident Baronhawk Poitier.

Access the top notch audio action via our New House Playlist here. And do follow should your heart desire it. All tracks removed are being stored away in our Tracks of 2020 Series: House which should be made public any day now.