Tag Archive: uzuri

Jitterbug, Arcane Theory EP

Taking his time as always, Jitterbug releases his third EP with Uzuri that maintains and furthers the rough yet soothing palette he’s set out.

Chicago Skyway, Londonium EP

The Londonium EP marks Chicago Skyway’s second outing for Uzuri and only one of two EPs he released in 2011.

Pittsburgh Track Authority, The First Four EP

Pittsburgh Track Authority’s The First Four EP is bolstered by a loose and limber sense of group interplay that makes them one of the most exciting prospects Uzuri has yet offered.

Move D, Hydrophonics EP

Move D’s first new release since 2009 arrives on Uzuri and won’t disappoint fans of his particular style of Heidelberg house.

Lerosa, Facade EP

With the Facade EP, Lerosa’s third for Uzuri Recordings, one would think the game of pin the tail on the producer would be getting easier.

LWE Podcast 65: Jitterbug

The somewhat shadowy DJ/producer Jitterbug lets his music do all the talking and even then hasn’t said very much. Yet the message that comes across in his two EPs for Uzuri has been quite moving. For this reason we’ve tracked down Jitterbug for an interview about his deliberate pace, the gear facilitating his granular sound, and his relationship with Uzuri.

Various Artists, From Chicago, Turin, Amsterdam and Dublin With Love

With From Chicago, Turin, Amsterdam and Dublin with Love, Uzuri offers up an unexpectedly tougher offspring that doubles as a collaborative love letter to countries in which its artists reside.

Jitterbug, Beaten Trax EP

After a year in the wilderness I often wondered when Jitterbug might reappear with more sultry and sticky house; fortunately his second release for Uzuri feels neither constrained nor rushed.

Chicago Skyway, Wolfgang Hair EP

On Wolfgang Hair, Chicago Skyway incorporates a bevy of classic signifiers, though rather than spacing them out from track to track (i.e. one track acid, another deep), he tends to stack them atop one another.

Jitterbug, Raw Winter EP

It’s taken London-based label Uzuri only six releases to define its coherent signature sound. 12″s from Cassy, Lerosa, Move D, Vakula and DJ Aakmael have cast Süd Electronic’s sister imprint as purveyor of raw house cuts conspicuously influenced by the genre’s American forefathers. Uzuri’s latest is also Jitterbug’s artistic debut, and its three original cuts and attendant DJ Qu remix fit easily into the mold set out by its predecessors.