French DJ and producer Leo Pol has unveiled his new EP ‘Warehouse 014’ on Mella Dee’s Warehouse Music label.
A four-track release, ‘Warehouse 014’ opens with ‘Priviet’, a raw, high-energy house jam that pairs pounding kick drums with sparse piano samples. Next up, ‘Xeniouski’ and ‘You Know What I Want’ see Leo Pol delve into the world of electro, before the pumping acid house of ‘A Base De Kush’ closes things out.
Carving a reputation around his analogue, 90s house sound, Leo Pol’s music has previously found its way onto the likes of Uniile, Iile and Concrete Music. He has also performed at some of the world’s best clubs, including Panorama Bar, Printworks, Shelter and DC-10.
Warehouse Music has previously released music from Spencer Parker, Dance System and of course label-head Mella Dee. It won ‘Best Breakthrough Label’ at the 2018 DJ Mag ‘Best of British’, cementing its status as one of UK dance music’s most revered imprints.
‘Warehouse 014’ sees Leo Pol flex his production prowess with four rough-and-ready club cuts.
B1 You Know What I Want
B2 A Base De Kush