Charts

SHINEDOE

This week’s friend and family chart comes from the Amsterdam based (and with Nigerian roots) techno DJ Shinedoe. Over the course of two decades she has carved a path into the world of of house and techno that is entirely her own. She has been a frequent visitor in the shop from the early days on untill recently where she, pre-corona, even helped us out in the store occasionally. Check out her current selection!

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Here are some of the highlights of what we have in store for you this week.

Kicking it off is the stellar new 12 by Detroit's Andres;  soulful bumpin partygear thats good to go for years to come!

Holland’s own Arp Frique drops a hot 45 with two Cabo Verde slices that give us a peek into his new full length album due out later this year

WENDEL SIELD

This week’s RH friends & family chart comes of this venturous gentleman, Wendel Sield. The Amsterdam local, Soulful oriented DJ & producer launched his own label Obia Records last year. He now proudly presents the second installment ‘Code Of Conduct’, produced by himself. Three heavy Chicago flavored club tracks with a nice touch of Acid, that do each their right in their own way.

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Here are some of the highlights of what we have in store for you this week.


Kicking it off with this stellar doublepack of sparse, jazz-fused Theo Parrish classics - available again on his own Sound Signature imprint

AROY DEE

This week’s Friends & Family Chart comes courtesy of longtime Rush Hour affiliate @stevenbrunsmann of Aroy Dee and M>O>S fame, presenting a top ten that includes Dream 2 Science, The Jak, @terrencedixondetroit, Derek Carr and Böhm.

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Here are some of the highlights of what we have in store for you this week (week 27).

First up is Damon Locks and Black Monument Ensemble’s new album ‘Now’, a sample-based jazz project that reflects the social unrest, struggle and pandemic-induced fear and isolation of these last years in a beautifully poetic way. Heartbreaking stuff.

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Here are some of the highlights of what we have in store for you this week (week 26).

Traxx

Nation & Kode label boss Traxx selects 12 records that he believes you should hear!

DJ MARCELLE

This week’s Rush Hour Friends & Family chart is presented by one of Amsterdam’s best, best-loved and most accomplished DJ’s, the wonderful Marcelle - a true original. Check out her great new album ‘Explain the Food, Bitte’ on Play Loud Productions

MEREL RHIZOOM

This week’s Friends & Family chart was compiled by @merelrhizoom, the Amsterdam sound maverick who will be returning to her @garagenoord residency in early July. Check out some of her current favorites

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Here are some of the highlights of what we have in store for you this week.

First up is Suzanne Kraft’s new album for Melody as Truth, a selection of lazy, hazy and gazey pop songs that have ‘summer’ written all over them. Sweet stuff for sunkissed mornings and long hot summer nights.

Gigi Testa

Gigi Testa hails from Naples and has been putting out fine house music via his World Peace Music for many years as well as promoting events in Napoli with the likes of Theo Parrish, Joe Claussell, Ron Trent to name a few.

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Here are some of the highlights of what we have in store for you this week (week 23)

Opening proceedings is Niko Tzoukmanis with his beautiful 2013 album ‘Hope is the Sister of Despair’. Previously only released on CD and as a download, this beautifully sultry ambient album was remastered for vinyl from the original master tapes.

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Here are some of the highlights of what we have in store for you this week (week 22)

First up is Terrence Dixon’s new album ‘Reporting from Detroit’, Dixon’s first Rush Hour album in seven years and boy, what an album it is! Needless to say we’re exceptionally proud of this one. Fun fact: the first pressing comes with an extra 12” containing two bonus tracks, so get it while you can!

INTERSTELLAR FUNK

This week’s Friends & Family chart comes courtesy of former Rush Hour crew member Interstellar Funk. Check out the new ‘Seasonshore Sequences’ as part of Dekmantel's ‘Scores’ project as well as Curved Needle’s excellent new EP for his Artificial Dance imprint.

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Here are some of the highlights of what we have in store for you this week (week 21)

First up is a double seven inch mini comp of some of Piry Reis’ finest work on Rush Hour subsidiary New Dawn, including the highly sought-after seven inch version of ‘Cisplatina’. You can find an exclusive interview with the Brazilian maestro here:

DOMINIK (SOUTH OF NORTH LABEL)

This week’s Friends & Family Chart is brought to you by Dominik Rodemann, whose @south_of_north imprint is responsible for a series of well-revered records from the likes of Ronald Langestraat, Lyckle de Jong (‘Bij Annie op Bezoek’)

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Records that electrified us in week 20!

First up is Curved Needle’s brainmelting new EP for Interstellar Funk’s Artificial Dance, an ominous batch of dark and menacing horrorwave exercitions - not for the faint of heart.

RUSH HOUR DISTRIBUTION

Our distribution wing highlight 10 to watch out for in the next weeks - a whole range of stuff here (IN NO PARTICULAR ORDER)

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