Peach Readies New 12" from Earth House Hold
- Words: Leo Maymind
The new label helmed by resident TURBOTAX® DJ Rem Koolhaus, Peach, has just announced the details of its second release, a 12" from Earth House Hold—a handle of veteran producer Bvdub (a.k.a. Brock Van Wey). See Through You will follow Peach's inaugural release, the solid "Vines" b/w "Pyrex" by Cromie & Sage Caswell, when it drops on vinyl and digital formats on November 5. Van Wey has been steadily navigating the borders between deep house and ambient tropes for a decade, but his less frequent output under the Earth House Hold moniker references his days in the San Francisco deep-house scene of the '90s. His two new tracks, "Back Where I Belong" and "A Little Late for That Now," find the producer crafting layered and soulful house cuts which clock in at nearly 12 minutes each, and, according to the label, "recall the sultry glow and hypnotic excellence of artists like Sade."
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