Turin's David Dallomo is the latest new addition to the label's talent roster
Some more very stylish fare here from HOUPH, the Italian deep house label set up by Ricky kk early last year who, for my money, pretty much haven't put a foot wrong since they launched.
Dallomo is a relative newcomer to the scene in production terms, although his career as a DJ in Italy dates back much further, and here he serves up two tracks to give us a taste of his studio skills. Paradise itself is a dubby affair made up of barely-there vocal fragments, a big, reverberating bassline and shuffling beats, while the accompanying Camillo rides more straight-drivin' 4/4s with one-note bass synth stabs and dubbed-out guitar chords.
Both tracks come from the "less is more" school of thought, and there's only two of them, so we needn't detain you any longer. But like I said at the start, for me HOUPH have yet to put out a substandard record, and this latest offering is another very worthwhile addition both to their catalogue, and to any self-respecting deep house jock's box.
Words: Russell Deeks
Release date: 29 January