Five Tracks: Nachtbraker

Releases with Berlin imprint Dirt Crew and Detroit Swindle’s Heist Recordings put Nachtbraker on the map as a trust worthy name amongst the rising stars of deep and groovy house music, though it’s been his own Quartet Series label that has really given him the creative freedom to show off.

Tracks from S3A, Crackazat, Laurence Guy and Ponty Mython have given the label an impressive start, and Nachtbraker himself is coming off the release of his debut album ‘When You Find A Stranger In The Alps’ just last week.

We have the Dutch studio wizard on our Five Tracks series to find out a few weapons that often find themselves in his record bag, find the full list below.

Nachtbraker – Flambo

A bit of shameless self-promotion here. I released my album on October 1st and am really happy to share this one with you. I’ve been playing this one in most of my sets, and it always works!

Language – Crystal Clean

Whole record is dope. It’s from 92 but recently got a repress so I finally got to get my hands on it without paying the Discogs sharks prices. Classic deep house cut, always working the floor.

Darand Land – Our Pulses are Synced

This man. This EP. Pure deep house. Loving especially this track.

Amir Alexander – Blessed are the Meek

Very underrated album that came out earlier this year. All 8 tracks are sick, and even though they are all quite catchy, not many people really picked it up. But mark my words, it will!

Basement Space – Inertail Space

Released on Slow Life, one of my favourite labels of the past two years. These are some groovy breaks with dreamy synths. Loving it to bits.

Buy a copy of Nachtbraker – When You Find A Stranger In The Alps LP HERE.