Bounce House will be at ADE this year!

Bounce House will be doing a label party with Suntree Records and 3am Recordings at the Cue Bar in Amsterdam on Thursday 18 October.  The party is free and we have a killer line up!

Line up: Oded Nir, DK Watts, Al Bradley, Dutchican Soul, Matt Prehn, Phil Towers, John Joseph, Easy Ryan and Kajan Chow.

Join us!

DK Watts solo EP!

Respect the Underground EP

Release Date: 20 June 2012

Bounce House label owner DK Watts releases a 5-track solo EP that has been in the works for awhile. The EP explores the deep, tech and funk sounds that have been influencing the label since its infant days. “I wanted to write an EP that really highlights what Bounce House has been through the years,” says Watts. “While we have experimented with some different styles, we still remain committed to the underground dance floor sounds that we love. I hope yah dig”!

Tremendous support worldwide on this EP (Mark Farina, Robert Owens, Grant Nelson, DJ Hal, Tommy Largo, Al Bradley, CRAM, Giano, Q-Burns…just to name a few).

3am Recordings’ Boss Al Bradley releases on Bounce House

Hau Phat, So Phat EP

Release Date: 30 April 2012
3am Recordings boss Al Bradley makes a return to Bounce House with 2 original tracks that touch on the deep and tech-oriented sounds that are his signature. The EP title track “Hau Phat, So, Phat” has that sort of baseline we at Bounce House dig. The track gets a twisted do-over by Suntree Records’ front guy Oded Nir, who has collaborated on a number of projects with industry heavyweights JT Donaldson and the Timewriter. DK Watts jumps in the remix fray with 2 additional edits for the dance floor.
Rounding out the release is Al Bradley’s “R U Ready”, a deep-groover for the early evening or morning sets.

Support from: Kinky Movement, Grant Nelson, DJ Hal, Miss Mee, Tom Gianelli, Joey Silver (Distant People), Camouflage and many, many more!

DK Watts & John Joseph team up!

Cheap Eats and Deep Beats EP

Release Date: 2 April 2012

Bounce House label boss DK Watts teams up with Dutch producer John Joseph for a 4-tracker that should have mass appeal to house heads.
What started off just as 1 track together evolved into something bigger than expected. The opening track Friday Night Fever sees the duo explore their funky disco side with a floor-filler that is versatile for all times of the night. They then takes things to a much deeper tip with Back in the Day. Deep Devotion pushes the minimal-tech sound prominent today and I Know will take some peeps back to the old Chicago warehouse days.

Who’s playing this…many, many, many!  Da Sunlounge, Smoking Groove, Robert Owens, Fergus, Rob Clarke, Salah Sadeq, Al Bradley, Paul Sparkes and many more.


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