5 Favorite Freerange Releases by Pittsburgh Track Authority
Pittsburgh Track Authority’s sound is a real amalgamation of styles that deliver a house music texture that touches on classic NYC garage, a touch of Detroit techno and even a hint of broken beat and R&B. The outfit consist of Preslav Lefterov, Thomas Cox and Adam Ratana; a trio of Pittsburgh producers and DJs who’s latest release ‘Your Situation’ is the perfect example of their sound and style.
Available now on Jimpster’s Freerange imprint, this proper 3-tracker is going to be causing some serious damage to the world’s dance floors. To celebrate the release on Jimpster’s esteemed deep house label, we asked the PTA boys to select their 5 favourite Freerange tracks and with a seriously wide range to choose from, this was far from an easy task!
Hanna “The Race”
Hanna is one of the most slept on house producers. Funky drum programming and nice instrumentation like most of his jams. One can never go wrong with him!
Robert Strauss “Rhythm of Life (Yoruba Soul Mix)”
The legend Osunlade turns in a mix that is not even house music. This is more along the lines of neo-soul and a very good interpretation it is.
Kirk Degiorgio is maybe known more for his techno these days, but he is quite capable across many genres. This one mixes classic techno and house quite nicely.
Perhaps one of the more obvious selections of Freerange jams, but for good reason. Classic deep house right here!
Swell Session vs Seiji “Prepared To Go (Jimpster Dub Mix)”
The man Jimpster does the dub mix to a Swell Session vs Seiji jam, both of whom are sick producers on their own as well. A lovely warm jam.