2009 is the year that D'lectable Music re-emerges from its cocoon...a chrysalis to take flight.  With digital distribution making waves on download sites across the globe, D'lectable Music will once more populate the world's speakers with a brand of house unlike that found anywhere. The mission this time around: to offer a whole new aspect of what dance music can be and is anyway.  Open your eyes...

*** Future Releases ***

~Nick Maurer - Beautiful Person - This first release is an awesome song and great solo debut from Nick Maurer. Nick's previous outings have included releases on Om (Greenskeepers) and music for television (Gray's Anatomy) and video games (Rockstar Games).  The original is a quirky, left field style vocal and the remix is a pure house rendition, both done by Nick.

~Nick Maurer - Beautiful Person remixes by DJ Sneak and Wally Callerio - DJ Sneak does justice on this--an excellent follow-up to the original with a percussive, groovy, latin vibe.  Wally (head honcho at Dufflebag Recordings) has made a mix that is on the deep house side of things, pure atmosphere and nicely done.  Together the two mixes add a new dimension to the song.

~DJ Choripan - Communication EP- Choripan (Julian Sanza-20/20 Vision) is from Argentina and has produced a really cool couple of tracks that speak to a European sensibility on the dance floor--big room with lots of orchestration and build ups.  Simon Baker from the UK remixes the title track.

~Kurt Morrison - In Love EP - Here's an unknown French producer that has created a downtempo tune with a bit of an electro feel that could stand alone on its own. The remix from Chicago's own Prairie Cartel (hot live electronic pa band) is a more revved up, rocked out, electro number and Club 84 (NL) has created a euro-style remix for the masses that should do well.

~Porked Up - This is Porked Up EP- This duo from Japan has created a nice track-Twelve- that sounds like something that came right out of New York City circa 1983.  The kind of track that would be played by Felix da Housecat, Francois K., John Davis, Quentin Harris and Louie Vega.  For this one we went back to the future for an 80's vibe that is all 21st century.  Watch out for the remixes from some notable producers.

~Jamie Principle - Waiting on My Angel '09 remixes - Chicago's DJ Lego (Yellow Recordings, Columbia Records)  wanted to give this classic house tune his treatment just as Mark Grant did for us previously, and offers up a couple of bangers in the vein of Cajmere's Percolator--a sure fire minimal house hit.