Catalogue Number: LMD035
Release Date: June 2010
Available from: Juno Download | Stompy | Beatport | Traxsource | What People Play | iTunes

The rise of Bleep District in the past two years hasn’t gone unnoticed here at Lost My Dog towers (or should that be kennels) and, finally, long-time friends of the label Matt Rhythm and Matt Powell provide their debut EP for LMD.

Giom is another artist who has pricked up the canine’s ears of late and is working closely with Lost My Dog throughout 2010 and beyond – he remixes ‘Don’t Stop Now’ to complement Bleep District’s 3 original tracks. The emphasis here is purely on fun, funk-riddled deep house.

Hailing from Nottingham, via Matlock, Bleep District is the duo of Matt Rhythm (of Rhythm Plate) and Matt Powell. As Bleep District they have achieved success on labels including Winding Road, Ornate and Replay. Their current release ‘Science & Soul’ for San Francisco’s Amenti Music is causing some serious damage in both its original form and thanks to a LawnChair Generals remix.

Matt Rhythm has been a close friend of us here at Lost My Dog for several years and was first involved with the label when Rhythm Plate provided a remix way back on LMD006. His Rhythm Plate partner-in-crime Ant Plate (aka YSE) has also released several tracks and remixes with LMD.

The original mix of ‘Don’t Stop Now’ was included on Lost My Dog’s recent Miami Sampler picking up praise, plays and chart support from Inland Knights, Mark Farina, Miguel Migs, LawnChair Generals and many more.

Giom, originally from Niort in France, is another of the most exciting artists in the deep house genre right now. He has collaborated with, and remixed, artists including Fred Everything, JT Donaldson and Swirl People, as well as releasing his original music for Amenti, Ornate and DJ Heather’s Blackcherry. For Lost My Dog in 2010 Giom has already remixed Bang Bang’s ‘Broken’ to rave reviews and will release his first full EP for the label later in the summer.

DJ Reactions

Quentin Harris: Funk? 2010? Well, Alllllright! Well done!
Todd Edwards: Very well rounded ep, Tracks are deep with energy. Pressurise… love it!
Doc Martin: Feeling the um bongo,and pressurise.
Diz: oi oi oi!!! That’s just what i wanna hear on the floor! respect!!
Soul Minority: Another great EP from the Bleeps! Love all originals and Giom remix. Thanks!
Gramophonedzie: Giom’s rmx is the one for me. Pure groove! the other one is “Um Bongo” I love those vocal snipets!
Fred Everything: Some good old fashion new school house, if that makes sense! I really like this, all tracks are great w a special thk you to Um Bongo for the originality.
Mark Farina: In my sets for sure.
Inland Knights: love it,, nice
Grant Nelson: wicked
Lil Mark: giom mix is shit hot
Nacho Marco: Giom remix rocks !
Sonny Fodera: Bleep district are straight fire!!
Joshua Heath: man, bleep district aint f**kin around these days huh??? first that soul science heater now this! Original is killin, Gioms mix dubs it out appropriately.
Jask: Hot release full support!
Tommy Largo: Very dope ep. liking all the tracks. favourite are the giom remix and “pressurise” full support
Shur-I-Kan: cool release, giom’s mix is nice
Pezzner: Good stuff. I’m sure I’ll be giving Giom’s mix a whirl.
Soydan: Um Bongo fantastic! Giom mix is hot to.. love it full support!! thanks!
Miles Maeda: The entire EP is heavily seasoned with savory rhythms and lots of fat bass. Yummy!
Luke McKeehan: All of them are killer and was hard to choose one but I’ll probably be playing Um Bongo tha most. Well done

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