Ronin ‎– Luxuru

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Driftwood ‎– drift009-6
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Vinyl, 12"
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Tracklist

A1 Luxuru
A2 Milstone
B1 Coming Over To You
B2 Deepness Is Served

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
drift009-6 Ronin Luxuru(12", W/Lbl) Driftwood drift009-6 US 2002 Sell This Version

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deepdiver93

deepdiver93

May 27, 2020
top top top, just straight class. ages like fine wine
rlaroca

rlaroca

April 25, 2020

REPRESS PLEEEEEASE
DEF IT'S ONE OF MY FAVOURITE RECORDS
A++++++
hermanhund

hermanhund

January 7, 2019
edited 4 months ago
I have this record in nearly mint condition. I'm willing to trade it for some interesting stuff. Hit me up!
childrentalking

childrentalking

July 26, 2011
edited over 9 years ago
the amount of attention lavished on this release on Discogs confuses me. to my ears, easily the weakest release on Driftwood - very shiny, generic music - each track having at least one 'off' element. in the case of Deepness is Served, there are several, from the title down - it's like a parody of downtempo house (brass, keys, plodding beat, key change in the break...), crossing over the fine line (that many of the releases on this label tread so well) into outright cheese.

make your own mind up - i seem to be the only person who doesn't think this is a minor masterpiece. me, i'll stick to New Life.
3cityjay

3cityjay

December 2, 2010

An absolute gem of an EP this one, released on a label notorious for putting out such records (shame there were only a couple). All tracks just ooze quality and epitomise what deep, soulful house is all about, with the last track being one of the most aply named in history of music. Deepnes indeed is served.
Mr_Crow

Mr_Crow

September 5, 2009

Ronin aka Jonathan Axelsson has been turning out deep, beautiful tracks for years. His EPs for labels like Placktown Sounds, Primary, and Deep4Life were received with glowing reviews from the journalistic community. More recently he has been hard at work with an album project to be released on the Brooklyn based Statra imprint. Here for Driftwood, Ronin got together with the boys from Driftwood and crafted an absolutely masterful four track EP that might just be the label's best release thus far. With another one already in the pipeline for Driftwood, this EP is a sign of the good things to come. Deep, sexy, house music is the order of the day.