Plenitude Records warmly welcomes San Diego-based deep house producer Brookside Chase for the label’s first release. Brookside has been creating his own tracks since his early teens but is now releasing his music for the first time. Although new to releasing music, Brookside has passionately danced, collected, and listened to electronic music since the early ’90s. Now is the time to introduce Brookside Chase to the world!
Brookside’s debut EP, titled Eternally, features three slamming house music tracks that are filled with soul and a classic-sounding vibe. “Call Me On The Weekend” opens the release with stirring female vocals, a bumping bass line, and emotive synth strings and pads to carry the dance floor away. This is followed by the tight four-on-the-floor intro of “Eternally”, which gives way to a wonderfully retro bass riff, piano chords, and warm, gliding synths. Lovely female vocals accompany the breakdown sections, punctuated by percussive male vocal hits in the peak of the track. The EP finishes with “Prove My Love To You”, an upfront club-oriented workout that deftly references ’90s house music with a bubbling bass line, rhythmic voice snippets, some seriously lush strings, and a classic male vocal hook. These cuts are ready to make some waves in after hours DJ sets.
Graeme Park (The Graeme Park Radio Show) – “Wonderful Stuff.”
Andy Riley (Inland Knights) – “Digging Eternally – will play for sure.”
Vincent Kwok (Eight-Fifteen / Transport Recordings) – “Digging the old school vibes of these tracks.”
Distant People (Soul Elements Radio Show) – “The bass and dreamy vocal got me on this, captures a retro feel but sounds fresh at the same time.”
Larry Fives (Drop Music) – “Nice acid touch on prove my love.”
DJ Osric (Black and Blue Show) – “Top release, beautifully done. I can listen to music like this forever.”
Kiyo To (Kanzen Records / Kanzen Radio) – “Really sweet and groovy sounds right here.”
DJ Nova (Rodon FM 95) – “Solid classic club house sound on the package.”
Jamie Topham (JT Music Media Man / Summer Soulstice) – “Great 3 tracker from Brookside Chase. Every one is a winner!”
Michael Fossati (Spirit Of House Web Zine) – “A classy ‘n’ sexy slice of dreamy vocal house.”