Little Giant Records presents its debut release 'Talking Colours', an EP produced by San Francisco-based artist Sam Haas. The remixes are brought to you by Brooklyn's Chris Luzz and L.A.'s Anna Cavazos. The package maintains a solid connection to the roots of US house music and delivers a sophisticated sound that seamlessly moves from the dance floor to the living room.
Select DJ Feedback:
Nick Warren - "Anna's mix is very cool."
James Zabiela - "Original mix is nice, thanks !"
DJ Three - "Original and Chris Luzz mix in the box"
Chris Fortier - "Sounds good."
Barrientos (Illyus & Barrientos) - "full support"
Karim Sahraoui - "cool release...longlife to the label!"
Bobby Starr - "Reminds me of the good days of hearing House for the 1st time."
Javier Orduña - "Super nice Original and also bout remixes."
Stuart Patterson - "I must working for me"
About Sam Haas:
Sam Haas's love of house music was born in the warehouses of the 90′s US rave scene, where he established himself as a DJ and promoter. Despite his decision to pursue a career in Advertising, he has continued to produce and release his music internationally.
Now with over 20 years of influences to draw upon, Sam's style has morphed into a unique amalgamation of funk, deep, and tech-infused house, with a distinctly modern touch. His works have been released on MEME, Silence In Metropolis, iRecords, and Defected Records.
About The EP:
Talking Colours is a representation of his modern, yet nostalgic sound. The title track has a melancholic feel, with layered synth textures and a hypnotizing spoken word.
Little Giant's co-founders Anna Cavazos and Chris Luzz shine on the remix front. Anna's incorporates a plucky bassline, a bevy of stirring pads and arpeggiated synth infusions, while Chris's remix shouts to traditional underground house music. A throbbing bass drives the reverberating percussion and an infectious piano top line gives his rendition a blissful vibe.
The second track, I Must, is a solid dance-floor gem. Its funked-out bass and rustling synth textures are complimented by perfectly placed vocal touches.
This EP is tailor made for the underground house connoisseur and marks a strong debut for this spanking new imprint.