Here are the best house records of November 2016, according to the users of Sound Shelter.
Theo, Duminie and Wajeed form a Detroit dream team on the new Sound Signature
A 2016 repress of an underated atmospheric Gerd Hanson aka Convextion killer
Marvellous NWAQ tracks brought back to life with a remaster by Marco Spaventi. Sludgy on one side, floaty on the other.
MG goes raw for Funkineven’s Apron label
7 years after his first mysterious 12, the UK chugger returns to this self-titled form with more slow and heavy edits.
A killer classic house influenced project from DJ Fett Burger and Double Dancer.
Stunning house and techno album covering a huge array of influences including hi-tech soul and UK broken beat.
Outstanding first album from the Detoit producer, blending raw leftfield house with tripped out jazz vibes.
GU with a 303’d up journey through lush ambient pads and spacey rhythms. Backed with an ode to the master of house music, Larry Heard.
Outstanding deep techno excursions from the ridiculously underated Dutch producer
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