Bai-ee - How Deep (audioJazz Music)

Bai-ee is a DJ / producer with past releases on labels like Farris Wheel, Smooth Agent, and Poontin Records. Since his last solo release in 2012 he’s been working under two notable monikers. As Secret Studio he debuted on SS Records and saw major play by Maceo Plex, Matrixxman, Justin Long, and Mike Servito. Under his group project audioJazz he put out three notable 12” releases in 2014, drawing high marks from Oscar McMillan, Distant People, Diz, Marquess Wyatt, Tyree Cooper, and Mr. V.

Entering 2015 with his first solo release in three years, Bai-ee steps out on the audioJazz Music label with a stripped down house track that gets straight to the essence of deep. It's a smooth sounding original with classic elements and one heart throbbing question: “how deep is your love?” For those not seeking any answers, an instrumental is included. Joining the release as a remixer, Johnny Fiasco delivers a refreshing, synth soaked update, both modern and wondrously ambient, providing dance floors with house vibes suitable for any time of night. To be commercially released as a vinyl-only 300 pressing limited run, this is material that those with a deep love for putting the needle to the groove will appreciate.

Tyree Cooper (Chicago Vinyl Records / Groove Baby) - "I'm loving the original mix. I will definitely bang it in the early morning slot."
Brett Johnson - "Nice tracks … it's hard to pick which one I like the best."
Hollis P Monroe - "Johnny Fiasco is doing it for me here."
Abicah Soul - "Nice!"
Tyler Stadius (Deepsite / Dialtone Records) - "I love the warm groove. Timeless sound."
Jask - "Very nice. The Johnny Fiasco remix is banging."
Henri Kohn (Conya / Clubstar) - "I'm digging all the mixes. Nice."
Benji Candelario - "Smoking! Great groove."
Richard Earnshaw (Spiritchaser / Duffnote Recordings) - "Thumbs up from me!"
Sumsuch (Colour and Pitch / Mega Jawns) - "Mr Fiasco's version just made me all warm and fuzzy inside. Gorgeous!"
Mr. Jones (Disclosure Project) - "Awesome release. Really love all mixes of this."
Al Bradley (3am Recordings) - "Wicked stuff. I'm really digging the low flow on the original and the bumpy bass groove on Johnny's version. All-round awesomeness."
Distant People (Foliage / Seamless) - "Full of deepness for your mind. I love that traveling bass line."
SimonG (Deep South Audio) - "Smoking deep cutz. I will be using these in my sunrise sets."
Michael Fossati (Spirit of House) - "Glamorous slice of utterly melodious late night goodness."
Eddy Spirit (Spirit Crew / Janga Radio) - "Modern and melodic at the same time, and easy on the ears for the finer palates. You shouldn't let this one get away if you love and understand true house music!"

Available on vinyl 12" from Crosstalk, Juno Records, and other fine record shops.