Because we can... This weeks update is split into two parts, here are the latest deeper and tracker tunes for you - enjoy !!

From Distant People (Joey Silvero) comes "The movement" an energetic deep house cut built around relentlessly thumpin' verily deep rhythms and illustrious tantalizing keys and chords. Undoubtedly a sure-fire late night, early morning weapon... (Arima Records CD Promo).

Soul Vision's unforgettable 1998 house anthem "Don't stop" returns in a mind-boggling remix by Swiss DJ/producer Dario D'Attis who most definitely has reinvented the track with his utterly deep and hypnotizing yet smooth and melodious re-imagination (Defected Records CD Promo).

Next we see the likes of Vicky Mdlr, Polar Sun, Fotis and The Basement take JFunc's massive "What you need" to a whole new level with their diversified absolutely stunning remixes. Not to forget to mention the memorable original version is included in the package too. Essential (Wiggly Worm Records CD Promo).

Tom Conrad returns with the wicked "Mystical EP" loaded with two glorious old skool flavored deep house cuts guaranteed to cause a stir on the dance floor. Put differently, a stellar deep house release by no means to be missed. Nuff said (Adaptation Music CD Promo).

From Richard Earnshaw comes a gorgeous re-vision of Spiritchaser's "Paradise row" (more precisely of the highly acclaimed 'Horizon Dub') originally released end of 2012, most definitely his ingenious interpretation keeps the spirit of the original alive yet gives the track an intriguing jazz infused feel sure to cast a spell on you (Guess Records CD Promo).

Soulfuledge return with an expertly crafted two tracker: the Carnival-esque "Brazilica" is an utterly infectious latin/jazz/funk infused feel-good anthem destined to jam-pack the dance floor, while the refined "Step in line" is on a more laidback tip, fusing sweet vocal licks with sublime jazzy saxophone, exquisite keys and a smooth yet irresistibly groovin' backdrop (Soulfuledge Recordings CD Promo).

House music heavyweights DJ Spen and David Anthony join forces for the "We can rise" EP which features not less than four jaw-dropping truly varied afro house anthems guaranteed to set the dance floor on fire thanks to spell binding afrotastic rhythms, luscious keys, sweet guitars, and uber cool vocals by DJ Spen and Roselie (MoBlack Records CD Promo).

"Afro summer" is a truly eclectic and dazzling selection of summery afro inspired gems coming from all over the world courtesy of an illustrious list of artists: The Scientists of Sound & Frankie J. Key, Tamashi, Ryo-Chin, SoulLab, and lastly a splendid remix by Yuichi Inoue of the previously released "Won't give up" by Sudad G featuring Tascha Johnson (Double Cheese Records CD Promo).

South Africa's Ngunisoul (Wandile Magubane) graces us with the wonderful "Mahogany", a masterly crafted laidback production using gentle afro-percussive rhythms as playground for glamorous keys and brilliant xylophone. Cafrodeep gives the track a delectable deeper feel on his remix, while Village Silence contribute a lively and organic jazzed-up rendition (Citynoiz Entertainment CD Promo).

We stay in South Africa with the incredible "Motherland chant" EP by BosKay which includes three definite afro-deep productions encompassing thrilling deep rhythms, celestial synth melodies and enticing vocals to create an entrancing vibe guaranteed to send the dancers into a frenzy (Kurai Recordings CD Promo).