Options EP - BSD030

Baker Street Recordings spread their international wings with New Zealander James Barrett returning to the Leeds based label hot on the heels of his remix on Joe Morris’ ‘Wired For Sound’ earlier this year. The four track EP entitled ‘Options’ serves up a edgey blend of hypnotic tech house, old school warehouse vibes and a nod to progressive house roots. There’s a real sense of James’ love of early house on show here and plenty of deep grooves to keep you hooked.


Fourth & Just Looking both sound right up my street, cool release indeed!‘ – Rob Pearson, Evasive Records


Wow, mooooooody business! so very sold on this EP. well done James Barrett and Baker St. massive! can’t wait to bugg out to this.‘ - Sean Thomas, Sound Between Movement


Best release I have heard from you guys in a long while wicked stuff guys like all tracks :) ‘ - Lee Pennington, *RiffRaff



Island EP - BSD029

Ben Gomori returns to Baker Street Recordings in fine style with the Island EP. Nagging grooves and housey samples make for some oh-so-addictive tracks that just won’t let up. Saytek also features on one of the tracks and additional remixes are provided by Melos & Kyber and Denney


Sick!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I am so hammering this‘. – Diesel (X-Press 2)


Loving Melos & Kyber’s Remix. Different and very intense indeed. Will play this in one of my next Laid Back Sessions‘ – The Timewriter


Dude, that new thing of yours on Baker Street is ace!!! Love it love it love it!!!‘ - Jozif


Music's My Religion - BSD028 Half of Freaks (with Luke Solomon) Justin Harris returns to Baker Street Recordings for his second EP. The first came in 2007 and Harris has also remixed Matt Prehn and Jacob in the interim period. Demarkus Lewis also makes a return to the Leeds label having remixed Bang Bang back in 2009.


Great EP from Justin, support!‘ – Groove Armada


Music’s My Religion rocks I will play this. Justin knows how to do fresh and original tracks‘ - Kiko Navarro


Yeaaah! Music’s my religion (Deez Preach 2 Teach Mix)! Heavy, Heavy! What a deepness.  Will play this a lot!‘ - Imaani



Be Free - BSD027

This release comes courtesy of Italian star Abyss in the wake of his remix of Joe Morris ‘Wired For Sound’ for the Leeds based label. The three track ‘Be Free EP’ delivers two slices of tribal tech house with an air of classic warehouse rawness, whist the ‘Be Free (Strings Version)’ has a gentler deep house feel. With this release Abyss is further reinforcing his position as a major player in house music circles following his critically acclaimed release on Buzzin Fly Records.


Hot Tracks here … Love the sound !!!‘ - Cevin Fisher


It’s the original of Be Free that I’m liking best but it’s good to see Baker Street mixing it up a bit.‘ - This Is Why We Dance


Great!!! Im loving Contemporaneo.  Support!‘ – Tedd Patterson



Wired For Sound - BSD026

Baker Street Recordings keeps it local with Leeds based Joe Morris returning to the label for his own ’Wired For Sound’EP – four tracks of dark and dirty house music to conjure up some classic warehouse feelings. Remixes come courtesy of Abyss, currently riding high on the success of his critically acclaimed release on Buzzin’ Fly Records and New Zealand’s James Barrett.  Both serve up some driving tech house and acid flavoured tracks priming the EP to be a future underground house classic.


Take No Notice got a nice deep slow chunky groove. James Barrett’s remix is also deeply sexy.‘ – Aldrin


Proper, chunky. WIN-sauce. YES.‘ – Deepchild, Trapez / Opossum Records / Berlin


Really good, ready for the dancefloor!!!‘ – Jesus Gonsev, Troubled Kids Records



Don't Touch Me - BSD025

Ki Creighton makes his Baker Street Recordings debut alongside Harry Monroe with their ‘Don’t Touch Me’ EP. Four tracks of deep, bumping house complimented by remixes from The Dead Rose Music Company (TDRMC), Yousef and Paolo Mojo adding dramtaic tribal moods and driving tech house vibes to the EP that will be available on limited edition vinyl as well as digitally.


Paolo Mojo mix is the stand out cut here, superb!‘ – Rob Pearson, Evasive Records


Sweeet. Been waiting of the Yousef Rework! Nice and banging.‘ – Jay Zimmermann, Red Melon


Another solid single from Baker street!.. Good variety of remixes here. Loving the original. Will play out for sure.‘ – Moody B, Council House Recordings



Swirl - BSD024

Baker Street Recordings continue their recent run of knock-out releases with the four tracker ‘Swirl’ from label boss Paul Hardy. An EP of swirling (yes!) tech house textures sees Frankfurt’s eclectic maestro Matthias Vogt and the UK’s Ruthit enlisted to provide remixes of the title track. Lead cut ‘Attik’ adds further depth and breadth to a record brimming with composure and just a hint of old school warehouse vibes.


Dopeness all over. Baker Street are now an essential playlist item for my sets!‘ -  Simon, DeepSouthAudio


Nice package- Swirl is gorgeous. The Matthias Vogt mix will be a lovely set starter.‘ - Sumsuch, Etoka / Urbantorque


Superb Matthias Vogt Remix, full support! Another great release from Baker Street!‘ -  Peckos



Insomniac Oasis - BSD023

South Africa’s Matt Prehn continues his recent string of collaborations with Marcia Alves, this time for the much-respected Leeds-based Baker Street Recordings. Prehn previously appeared on Baker Street with his ‘Roots EP’ in May 2010, and also as a member of the Bang Bang threesome with ‘Love Insurance’ back in 2009. With Marcia Alves he has recorded EPs for Oh So Coy and Hub City; the female vocals adding a new dimension to his unique deep and funky production style. German deep/tech house stalwart The Timewriter provides an unrelenting, pulsing, heads-down remix of title track ‘Insomniac Oasis’.


Timewriter remix is going straight to the cd wallet. Absolutely love it, good stuff guys!‘ -  Giom, Lost My Dog


Timewriter kills it, but thats not surprise.  The originals are just as quality. Great release all around.’ - Feygin, Kiara


Nice release this. Liking the dub and Timewriter.‘ - Simon Baker, Infant



Order & Progress - BSD022

Murray Richardson returns to Baker Street Recordings with the follow up to his highly rated ‘Risky Business EP’ from August 2010. ‘Order & Progress’ drafts in label boss Paul Hardy and recent Baker Street discovery Ben Gomori to deliver two excellent remixes of the trademark Richardson driving, deep and techy sound that’s made him such a global success and, in the words of iDJ, “a stalwart of the UK scene for over a decade”.


A delicate dusting of the sound of rave, quite nice! especially ‘Progress’.  Both mixes entrancing.‘ - Miles Maeda, Bopsa / Love Tempo


Technodisco! nice one Murrayeee!‘ - C-Rock, Cocoon / Stir15 / Motorcitysoul


Nice minimal Ep. Progress is really good.‘ - Hippie Torales



Hold Me Back - BSD021

Baker Street Recordings’ 21st release continues the label’s impressive output from 2010 with Rubicon 7 and Merlyn Martin joined by Angel Alanis, Jamie Anderson, Kasper Weiss and Torin for a diverse package of deep house, mellow tech sounds, tribal hints and smooth vocals.


Jamie remix is very cool! also angel alanis remix of lie to me is wicked!! nice work gents.‘ - Martijn, Deep Edition Recordings


The arrhythmic driving drums and haunting hooks of bloopy bleepness got me. great remix by Angel Alanis & Kasper Weiss!‘ - Miles Maeda, Smart Bar / Chicago


That kind of timeless feeling and confident production that will never go out of fashion.‘ – Mazi / Audio Soul Project, Fresh Meat



Lucky Man - BSD020

Hot on the heels of the latest Baker Street release from Guy Williams comes the Belgian duo of Peckos & Colour Breed with their four track EP ‘Lucky Man’. Peckos continues a great year – having had releases on Lost My Dog, Homecoming Music, Shak Digital and a host of remixes – with this latest collaboration containing four tracks of intricate drum arrangements and pulsating deep house with techy and funky splashes.


OHHH, plenty here to choose from and all good!‘ - Gee Moore, Bora Bora


All strong tracks… off the record’s doin it 4 me.‘ - Justin Harris


Four percussive workouts in the typical looney Baker Street style, will get the floors going.’ - Elmar Schubert