It’s hard to find an album that just straight blows you away throughout, especially one that’s 30+ tracks long. But, Rob Made‘s Sleazy Deep Records dropped its highly-anticipated Miami Sleaze compilation today, and it’s already one of my favorite compilations I own. This album is straight chalk-full of that gangsta, sleazy, and deep house sound that has become Sleazy Deep‘s signature sound.
Some personal favorite tracks include Casual Affair‘s “Backstreets,” which features a haunting vocal that fades in and out over a vicious deep house sleazy synth. Newcomers to the ever-expanding Sleazy Deep crew, J Kar & RgK offer up an extremely funky nu-disco track that will revive any dance floor. Kick10‘s driving and highly infectious, “4U,” is a club bumper that’s just waiting to be unleashed. “Just Friends” from Jerome Boutin is a soulful deep house track that features a chopped sample from late 90’s R&B group LSG (remember them?). “Love Like This,” sees danish artist KANT taking Faith Evan‘s hit single and adding that signature Sleazy Deep sound to it, creating an awesome song that’s sure to be on the top of some DJ charts in the coming months. DJ Runo‘s “Power in the Money” is a haunting and ghostly late-night track from the Future Tease release that’s sure to catch some ears. aSg comes out with guns blazing for their Sleazy Deep debut, with the funky “Easy Moving” that brings me right back to the 80’s. Noam Levy offers up a stabbing cosmic funk tune that is hard not to dance to. As usual, Trav & Volta don’t disappoint, teaming up with MKNA for their heavy track, “Intoxicated”. G-house duo Clouded Judgement come on with possibly my favorite track on the compilation, “Waiting to Love You”. This is a stomping and dark peak-set track that’s jaw-dropping bass is sure to have crowds screaming “woah!” SION then remixes Upstroke’s g-house track “Cash,” and turns it even more gangsta. Gimenez‘s “Let Your Body Decide” is a waning and droning dark afterhours track that’s sure to appeal to the late-night clubbers. Cambie closes out the energetic compilation on a high not with “Anything,” an absolutely massive tune.
If you like this compilation, it’s just a taste of what’s in store for Sleazy Deep in the coming months. Be sure to follow Sleazy Deep on SoundCloud and Facebook for all of their future updates, as Rob Made has made it clear to us, 2013 is the year of the sleaze!