Mountal - Gold Digger EP - Lost My Dog - LMD086

Nice to have duo Mountal back in the pound. This time teaming up with legendary Mr V . 3 Originals and 2 remixes makes this a very tasty deal. Starting with the 3 originals Mountal keep things tight deep and sweet, Gold Digger has lush pads tightly woven in to a slick temptious set of crisp mids. A swirly vocal is used to great effect. This sound justy buzzes Lost My Dog. Original 2 Nothing To Do has jumping bumping beats tie you up as a dancer holding you close to the floor . Very infectious what with that succulent vocal and descending bassline. Solid tune that's getting hammered by me currently. The last original Masterkill takes things in to the late night region. With an almost Techno vibe we know this will shake those big rigs, heavy bottom end sweeps laying on top of a sultry selection of mids and high hats, lovely. now on to the remixes.  

Mr V needs no introduction dropping his signature bumping style to both his mixes. Delivering 2 versions of the title track Gold Digger. Again Lost my dog dont drop the ball at any stage . My advice is grab this Monday and start slamming it on the floor . Well and truly road tested by me over the last few weeks i can assure you its Hot .

Kahua Press Words 
"Mountal, from the Germany city of Köln (Cologne), return with their second EP for Lost My Dog.  The Gold Digger EP follows up their debut release Last Cigarette from March and features another three tracks of their deep, infectious and ever-so- slightly trippy take on House music.  Where Giom remixed Last Cigarette, Gold Digger gets its own high profile remixer in the form of New York’s Mr. V who is also making his second outing on the UK label.  
Mr. V’s last appearance on Lost My Dog, a remix of Roland Nights’ track ‘Til The Morning’ was released at the end of May 2013 and spent the following six weeks dominating the top spot in the Traxsource sales chart.  As one of NYC’s finest House exports and co-owner of SOLE Channel Music with Alix Alvarez, Mr. V is also a regular collaborator with fellow New York House legend Louie Vega and has released records on the Masters At Work label, Vega, Defected, Champion, Dessous and Transport amongst countless others. His most famous tracks are arguably "Da Bump" and "Put Your Drink Down", both included on the album ‘Welcome Home’"
Mountal, from the Germany city of Köln (Cologne), return with their second EP for Lost My Dog.  The Gold Digger EP follows up their debut release Last Cigarette from March and features another three tracks of their deep, infectious and ever-so-slightly trippy take on House music.  Where Giom remixed Last Cigarette, Gold Digger gets its own high profile remixer in the form of New York’s Mr. V who is also making his second outing on the UK label. - See more at: http://kahuamusicpromotions.com/campaign/show/998/2acf219a-315d-11e2-932f-003048d411eb#sthash.mo4Im3W7.dpuf"


The Tracks 1: Gold Digger 2: Gold Digger (Mr. V SOLE Channel Mix) 3: Gold Digger (Mr. V 2am Mix) 4: Nothig To Undo 5: Masterkill
 
Links Mountal SoundCloudhttps://soundcloud.com/mountal  
Lost My Dog Websitehttp://www.lostmydog.net/  
Lost My Dog SoundCloudhttps://soundcloud.com/lost-my-dog

Some extra news from the pound .....

Also looking at the 2nd installment of the

10x10 | 2006 compilation 

Great to have some of the diamond highlights from some of the most seminal and important years of house music coming back to the floor .. Nicely remastered as well... 
Check the you tube link 

Kahua Press Words
"10 years is a long time in dance music. DJs, artists, labels come and go, entire genres and movements can be created, enjoyed and then discarded in less time. So the 10 years that Lost My Dog – a record label formed in Loughborough in early 2005 – have been successfully releasing top quality, uncompromising house music are definitely a cause for celebration. To mark their tenth year in the business, LMD are releasing a celebratory series called 10x10 that will get any decent DJ’s mouth watering. Each release will draw from the label’s substantial back catalogue and will focus on a single year. This second installment features music from 2006."

10x10 | 2006
Jay Tripwire - Everytime
YSE - Not Wot You Got
Pete Dafeet - Love Undercover (Demarkus Lewis Remix)
Harold Heath - Streets Keep Rocking (Harold's Rocking Mix)
Jay West - Music Drives Her Wild
Jake Childs - Satisfy (Lil Mark Mix)
Subterfuge & Tony Thomas - Gettin Serious (Tommy Largo Remix)
Jay Tripwire - Everytime (Pete Dafeet Dub)
Jay West - Turnin Around (Greenskeepers 'Mothers Day' Mix)
Pete Dafeet - Love Undercover (Rhythm Plate Remix)

What they said back in 2006...
iDJ: Recommended - “deliciously old skool East Midlands deep house” - YSE
DJ Mag: Moneyshot - “This label has been one of the most inspiring over the year for me so far”
DJ Mag: Sureplayer - “With ’Everytime’ JT gets it just about perfect” - Jay Tripwire
iDJ Mag: “This slippery slice of electronic deepness rolls with a classic grace that young producers like Pete really shouldn't have” - Pete Dafeet

Nathan Coles: Thanks a million for sending me this Harold Heath release, it's bloody marvelous!!! Been loving the label from the off! Keep up the very good work!
Jesse Rose: Nice one, liking the original of Satisfy and the Lil Mark remix!
Jay Tripwire: Been playing YSE non-stop since I got it. Lots of people asking me what it is, coulda been a 1 sider its sooo good!
Jimpster: Very good stuff once again. Fave for me is the original of ‘Not Wot You Got’.
Groove Armada: Another strong Tripwire & LMD release.
Phil Weeks: Really liking this Jay West EP
Mark Farina: Been playing both mixes of Satisfy, both rock
Paolo Mojo: Fabulous release. Full support on all tracks, big Harold Heath fan.
James Talk: Love the Demarkus Lewis and Rhythm Plate remixes, this is probably the best LMD release yet!?!!!"