Whilst quality over quantity usually reigns supreme, at the end of the day, what’s wrong with doing both? Putting out ten records in the space of one year in 2011, Deep Space Orchestra found themselves in the fortunate position of sitting on a large amount of built up unreleased music, with a variety of label owners wanting to release it. The result; their eventual break out and a discography of beautifully produced house music spanning labels such as Delusions Of Grandeur, Quintessentials and Fly By Night Music. If you want to dip back through their catalogue we highly recommend checking out tracks such as Sir Shina and Lo Pan as a little starting point.
In the last three years, we know for sure they’ve been working on at least two things. One – putting out music from an array of fellow producers on their own label, Use Of Weapons – and two – working on their debut LP for said label. Entitled Memory, they’ve described the album as being their most complete project to date and largely being born from a collection of gear they bought with a view to start playing live. The full album release date comes towards the end of September but in the meantime they’re dropping a 12″ sampler on the 7th as a little taster. Featuring two tracks from the LP, the sampler also comes backed with two wonderfully picked remixes from Neville Watson and Lord Of The Isles, the latter we’re able to exclusively premiere on Truants today. Prepare yourself for a long melodic breakdown.