Pole Position In 5 Records
UK, Cardiff label Pole Position Recordings was set up in 2010 with one aim, to release quality music. 4 years down the line they have over 50 releases to their discography and have released everything from the most mellow Soulful House to the most uplifting 80s inspired Nu Disco.
1. Honom “Bedcat”
“Bedcat” was a massive track for us as a label. The amount of support it got from all over was incredible, from the likes of Solomun, Aeroplane, The Shapeshifters, Miguel Migs and Digitalism to name but a few who all gave it big plays. It’s been out for almost 3 years but I still hear “Bedcat” being played in clubs and DJ mixes now. We have some fantastic “Bedcat” remixes due out early this summer which we are very excited about.
2. Deep Sound Express ft. Raha “After Rain”
The first time we heard “After Rain” we knew we had something special on our hands. It walks that line between Deep House and Nu Disco and Raha delivers a fantastic vocal, it ticked all our boxes. Before we gave it it’s digital release last year it was part of the debut release on our vinyl label Pole Jam Vinyl.
3. ODahl ft. Frank H Carter III “Your Love”
“Your Love” is the opening track on our latest release and it’s a collaboration between two very talented guys, Odahl and singer/songwriter Frank H Carter III. When we heard they were keen to work together we jumped at the chance and we were delighted with the result, a seriously funky, Soulful House number that will hopefully to do some serious damage.
4. Deep Sound Express & Too Techs “Sunday Morning”
We are big fans of Deep Sound Express’s deeper House and Nu Disco sound and “Sunday Morning” is another fantastic example of his work. We gave this a digital release on our celebration 50th release late last year and it also featured on our vinyl label. We are currently working on Deep Sound Express’s debut album which should be out later this summer.
5. Black Magic Disco “First Avenue” (Black Magic Disco Remix)
The original mix of “First Avenue” was in fact a Nu Disco track but Black Magic Disco challenged himself to turn his remix into something completely different. He flipped the original mix on it’s head and turned it into a peak-time dance floor House groove. Black Magic Disco went back to his early House roots here and it really shines through.