Forget about going “Von Deeper” – Dive into “Ze Deepest House” you’ve ever experienced. That’s exactly how Wallflowerfood Recordings described local Seattleite Kyle Winters‘ latest release, Deep In The Night, and we have to agree: Deep house is back with a vengeance in electronic dance music, and Kyle Winters is leading the local effort. With all of the major hype surrounding the more “popular” electronic styles, Kyle Winters is out to preserve – and perfect – the genre that still remains unscathed by pop culture. Deep and tech house are not your run-of-the-mill genres; They take a great amount of talent, class, and effort to master. Lucky for us, Kyle Winters has his production technique down pat, with a driving desire to continue his love for all things deep. If you aren’t afraid of unknown depths, take a listen below – You’ll find yourself sinking farther and farther into the music than you ever dreamt possible..
You probably know him in the local DJ scene as Squintz; one of the few Seattle DJ’s who’s dominated the decks at every major club and festival in the area, including Foundation Nightclub, Volume, and Paradiso Festival. And outside of his original productions, Kyle Winters’ deep club sets have set him apart as a DJ; One of whom is less concerned with what’s mainstream, and more concerned with what is good music. You can hear this founding principle in his DJ sets, as well as his original productions – which is why we give Kyle Winters’ latest release Deep In The Night five gigantic stars, and await eagerly for more of “ze deepest” music ever to infiltrate our local scene.
Want more from Kyle Winters? Check out his live-recorded set After Hours At The Monkey Loft (11-8-2013)
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