Published on September 17th, 2019 | by Sid Wesley0
Kouncilhouse – The History Of Kouncilhouse
With his 10-year celebrations still ongoing, Kouncilhouse found time to sit down, listen and reminisce on all the music he has released over the last decade and from there decided to pick out quite a few of his personal favourites to feature on his 35 track album ‘The History Of Kouncilhouse’. From chillout to Jungle/DnB and lots of other styles in between, there’ll more than likely be a little something for everyone to love here.
Out of the 35 tracks that make up Kouncilhouse’s huge album, 29 of them are his personal faves, while 7 are brand new tunes that are there to be heard for the very first time. A few tracks that feature on the highlight reel include heavyweight Breaks tracks like ‘Demons’ and ‘Los Angeles’, hands in the air House music from ‘Mirage’, Reggae influenced sounds on ‘So Nice’ and ‘Happy Music’ and for a bit of stunning Liquid DnB we’ve got ‘Bailey’.
In terms of new music, we have ‘Beautiful’, which is both the opening track and a heavenly slice of piano-driven Jungle. ‘Love Letter To The World’ feat. Marley and ’17 Years’ are a couple of very lush downtempo numbers while ‘Ping Pong’ and ‘Chicago Jack’ offer a little more for the dancefloor with Nu-Disco and Deep House influences. One of the tracks of the album though is the last of the new ones ‘Meltz’, which is exactly what this Breakbeat monster is gonna do to your mind! If you love Chemical Brothers, you’ll love it!
£10 is what ‘The History Of Kouncilhouse’ costs and when you tally up what you get for it, it’s clear that a lot of bang for your buck is what you’re gonna get!
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