N.Y. House'n Authority ‎– APT.

Nu Groove Records ‎– NG 025
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM


A1 APT. 1A
A2 APT. 2A
A3 APT. 3A
B1 APT. 1B
B2 APT. 2B
B3 APT. 3B

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  • Matrix / Runout (Etchings side A): NG-025 A MJS F/W
  • Matrix / Runout (Etchings side B): NG-025 B
  • Matrix / Runout (Label side A): NG 025A
  • Matrix / Runout (Label side B): NG 025B
  • Rights Society: ASCAP

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October 31, 2019
I was told as a kid that cliche was a bad word... But its not.. It is reality!


September 21, 2017
I've always had a soft spot for this excellent EP, it just sounds iconic.


April 5, 2016

Definitely A Classic EP in My Opinion!Great Vinyl,Spanning such diverse genres,my favorite it's APT 1A,More Acid House,I Work with This Track For 2 Years Back in the 90. And APT 2B,more near to Techno sound,With others classics more Underground and Deep House,six Tracks,All enjoyable.If I had to Give a Vote from 1 to 10,This it's definitely 12/10!


June 20, 2015
It's a well worn cliché but they really don't make em like they used to. Sublime deep house 11/10⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️


February 25, 2015
For me the stand-outs are definitely Apt3A and 3B - some nice keyboard work throughout and the distinctive Roland TR707 keeping the beat flowing nicely.


June 18, 2014
Repress on its way!


November 16, 2008
Definitely a classic EP!! Takes me back to the early Soundfactory, Wildpitch, Kilamanjaro, and Tunnel clubbing days in NYC. My favorite joint on this EP was APT # 3B (the most slept on song on the EP). APT # 3A and APT # 1B were cool songs (those were the more popular songs on this EP), but when I dj'ed at a club in Buffalo, New York in the early 90's called The Difference, during the deep house segment of my routine, I played APT # 3B. The crowd went nuts!!!! Afterwards, all the house heads at the party asked me what was the name of the song and I showed them the EP. And a lot of them had the EP, but did not venture to listen to the other songs on the EP as such. This EP is similar to the Mr. Fingers Instrumental Acid EP he released in the early '90s with titles such as Waterfalls, Slam Dance, Acid Attacks, etc. So for all the serious house heads digging for the serious house classics, this is one definitely for the library....


March 29, 2008
Pure fucking armageddon !!! I rate this at the top of dark ghetto house along with Marcus Mixx. Gloomy, dark ambience but original sounding though mainly based on TR-707 and JUNO 106 and a few samples (strings , sexy vocals) track 1b uses only one vocal OUH sample and a kick ,really a class by itself . Only a few artists managed their way in that kind of dark atmospheric melancholic journey into house . definitely electronic music at its best !!! track 1b and 2a were quite famous at their time often mixed by farley and other top DJ's


May 1, 2006
edited over 9 years ago

This was my first ever record purchase. I remember the track with the porno sample was a revelation to my 14-year old ears. The other tracks are quality deep house as well.