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Sek | Love Thrill EP
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Label: Large Music
Release date: 02-05-2016

Jordan O’Regan | Park Row EP
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Label: Large Music
Release date: 01/22/2016

Studioheist | Eden EP
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Label: Large Music
Release date: 01-08-2016

Various | Large Music Best of 2015
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Label: Large Music
Release date: 12-11-2015

Chris Stussy | For The Music
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Label: Large Music
Release date: 12-04-2015

Various | Get Large London 2015
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Label: Large Music
Release date: 11-20-2015

Sek | Love Thrill EP
Jordan O’Regan | Park Row EP
Studioheist | Eden EP
Various | Large Music Best of 2015
Chris Stussy | For The Music
Various | Get Large London 2015

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Artist Focus | Jordan O’Regan

Hailing from Bristol UK, newcomer Jordan O’Regan has already had an impressive slew of releases on top labels such as Nervous, Inner City and Seamless. His debut ep for Large Music showcases a youthful, exuberant and yet authentic approach to Deep House production that we find infectious. We expect great things from this rising star in 2016 and sat down recently for a very informative interview:

27 January 2016 Music Read more

Podcast 33 mixed by Studioheist

Studioheist are Scott Lee & Andy Cain, two music obsessed DJs & producers hailing from Manchester, UK. Both have been active on the scene as DJs for the past 15 years and have recently dove head first into production with dramatic results. In celebration of their hypnotic new release on Large, we have asked them to mix up our latest podcast. Crisp, clean and deep with plenty of surprises–just the way we like it.

13 January 2016 Music Read more

Chris Stussy reviewed on This Is Why We Dance

Moving into more straight-up deep house territory with this three-track EP from Chicago’s mighty Large Music. Everybody is up first, quite a summery, lazy kinda groove with chiming chords, an intricate bassline and sampled, spoken male vox. For The Music follows a similar MO but is a little more uptempo, with some gorgeous garage-y Rhodes chords and more sampled, spoken vox, in this case about “doing it just for the music”. And then finally there’s Tear Apart, which is an instrumental affair but utitilises a similar “rolling beats and understated but chunky bass” blueprint to the other two.

21 December 2015 Music Read more

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