If spending hours on Discogs digging for classic house vinyl sounds like your idea of a good time, then allow us tell you about a re-issue that is surely going to sell out very quickly.
Kerri Chandler's hard-to-find "Sunday Sunlight" was first heard on the elegant 1999 deep-house EP, Night Moves. The record was formerly released on the short-lived Metaphor label, which was only around for about two years but which also saw understated releases by Miquifaye and Dennis Ferrer. The track became an outright underground hit, and first pressings of "Sunday Sunlight" have been breaking the bank on the internet ever since, sometimes fetching upwards of $80 for a fair-condition original pressing without the sleeve. But now, we're treated to a clean repress of this house masterpiece on Apollonia music, the French label run by the DJ triumvirate of the same name. It's easy to hear why this track was in dire need of a repress when you hear the magic that was ’90s Chandler—and as a bonus, the B-side comes with a Delano Smith remix that debuted last year.