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Record Of The Day…Pablo Del Monte ‘The Journey’

We have the pleasure of speaking with East Recordings boss and versatile taste maker Pablo Del Monte. Pablo is a regular on the London house circuit, having graced the booth in Fabric and Ministry Of Sound. Known for his infectious grooves in the studio and behind the decks, we find out a little more about his latest EP ‘The Journey”, and the inspiration behind it…

Describe the record in five words:

Deep, rhythmic, driving, hooky, house.


What is it about the record that will appeal to the fans?

 I think it captures that classic deep house sound well and, as such,  will be on for house heads.


How does it differ from your last release? 

It couldn’t be more different, which is one of my strengths or weaknesses, depending on how you look at it.  My previous release was Sweat Time on Lupe Fuentes’ In The Loop Records, which was a much more underground affair: tech-y and acid-y.   Link


What was the inspiration for this release?

The inspiration came from a George Fitzgerald track from about 5 years ago called Feel Like (link).  My song ended up sounding completely but the melodies are similar in tone.


If you had the chance to play this in any club, which would it be? 

I don’t play my own records out really.  I did drop one of my own ones once at Ministry of Sound, which I suppose would be a good club for ‘The Journey’ given that it’s so house-y.  It’ll be featured in episode 387 of Mark Knight’s Toolroom Radio Show on Spotify later this month.

The Journey EP is out now! Grab it here: https://www.beatport.com/release/the-journey/2008287

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