• Following up his 2017 'Rhythmic Indulgence' EP, Tim Tonal returns to Colour and Pitch with the stunning 'Switchback' EP, complete with remixes by PJ Principle and Wolf Hackmine.

    DJ and producer Tim Barnett, aka Tim Tonal, has a rich history in the UK electronic scene, having released on the iconic DiY Discs both as part of Tonal Fusion and one half of Alpha Dogs. Switchback showcases Tim's impressive production chops with a classy and expertly constructed House groove, carrying just enough dance-floor weight and acid power to nod to his background in the rave scene. A darker, dubbier, stripped down second version, Switchback II, is also included for the late night heads.

    Fellow DiY Discs graduate PJ Principle provides Switchback's first remix, imbuing the track with a timeless Deep House vibe and offering up a nimble, airy arrangement, plus sumptuous analogue sounds galore.

    Birmingham born Steve 'Griffo' Griffiths returns in his Wolf Hackmine guise, this time channeling his near 30 year love for the 'Wild Pitch' style as championed in the 90's by DJ Pierre and DJ Duke. The 'Tono Salvaje' remix manages to hold the attention of both the feet and the head as it slowly grooves and builds over its epic 11 minute duration.

    Available now via Traxsource.

  • Best known to Deep House lovers as Finest Wear, London producer Cenzo Scoglio returns to Colour and Pitch with a trio of underground cuts, humbly entitled the 'Lo-Fi Grooves' EP.

    Title track 'Lo-Fi Groove' is embraces the classic 90s US Deep House sound, with heavy drums, haunting chords and soulful vocal chops.

    'What!!!' takes a more hypnotic turn, with blunted chords and subtle ravey stabs over swung drums.

    Closing out the EP, 'Rollin'' does exactly what its title suggests, with a bassline and rhythm combination that just keeps on truckin'.

    Available now via Beatport | Traxsource | Spotify | Apple Music / iTunes.

    "good stuff" - Mark Farina

    "Rollin'-good groove, i like this" - Jeremy Newall

    "Whhattt to that Lo Fi Groove! It is what it says it is. Ok, now What!!!. Heavy swingin with filthy warehouse sonics. Damn, Finest Wear. The whole EP is Rollin." - Ricardo Miranda

    "Deepness and then some on 'Rollin'. Will be playing out." - Ashley Beedle

  • The Brighton duo of DJ Lee Garrett and multi-instrumentalist James Morpeth, otherwise known as Latch, return for the first Colour and Pitch release of 2020: 'The Suspect'.

    Like singles 'Frida' and 'Platinum' before it, 'The Suspect' is a deftly arranged, genre-blurring deep house cut, filled with analogue warmth and melodic synth work.

     Look out for the first Latch remix package later this year but until then, enjoy this subtle and unique electronic gem.

    Spotify | Apple Music / iTunes | Traxsource | Juno Download | Beatport

  • Brighton-based duo Latch return to Colour and Pitch with ‘Platinum', their second release on the label.

    Comprising DJ Lee Garrett and musician James Morpeth, Latch are quickly building a reputation for their warm electronic sound that, in an age of cold robotics, brims over with humanity.

     Featuring some modular synth wizardry, ‘Platinum' is a smooth, electro-influenced cut, defying genre classification with its very own style of intricate progression.

     Following hot on the heels of debut release ‘Frida', ‘Platinum' is the second of three initial releases by Latch on Colour and Pitch. Look out for ‘The Suspect', dropping soon!

    "Spiritchaser warm up vibes all the way!" - Richard Earnshaw
    "lovely vibez" - Severino
    "Electro Funk! More please! super jazzy and groovy too. Love it!" - Kev Kruz

    Spotify | iTunes / Apple Music | Traxsource | Beatport | Juno

  • Label founder Sumsuch returns to Colour and Pitch with the label's 50th release, a luscious, languid cut entitled 'Stay For Sunset'.

    Starting life as a fragment of melody ringing around the artist's head on the way home from the beach one summer's day, 'Stay For Sunset' is a deceptively simple composition built around a warm, inviting guitar line, live piano and inviting analogue drums.

    Aside from being one of Sumsuch's favourite words, the 'Gloaming' mix nicely summons up that moment just before night falls, removing the lead guitar but leaving its ghostly imprint across the track, while pulling up the percussion to create a dusky, hypnotic groove.

    Available on Spotify | Traxsource

  • Colour and Pitch is delighted to present 'Frida', the debut release by Latch, the Brighton based duo of DJ Lee Garrett and musician James Morpeth.

    Perfectly encapsulating the melodic, soul-stirring sound Colour and Pitch always strives for, 'Frida' is a subtle, shimmering piece of deep house art, with warm analogue synths meeting rolling percussion in a teasing evolution that satisfies without ever quite reaching crescendo.

    Local hero Lee Garrett has a long history in House music, building a well-deserved reputation for both his truly outstanding selections and his technical ability, always staying true to the music without ever resorting to hype or self promotion.

     James Morpeth is talented live musician and producer, with a history in soul, afrobeat, folk, pop, electronica and more.

     Coming together to form Latch, the pair began to blend Morpeth's rich musicality and texture with hypnotic rhythms and soulful colour, all overseen by Garrett's deeply-rooted dance-floor knowledge.

     'Frida' is just the first in a trio of releases from Latch on Colour and Pitch- standby for more.

    "This is excellent." - Bill Brewster

    "Feeling This" - Hot Toddy

    Available at Traxsource | Beatport | Spotify | iTunes / Apple Music

  • Austin producer Daniel Allen returns to Colour and Pitch with a moody House cut titled 'The Mandela Effect' featuring vocals from Katy Starr, plus remixes from Tibor Dragan and Glass Slipper.

    Titled after a theory that parallel realities and dimensions are shifting, causing things to change so that some people remember them to be one way and others remember them another, Daniel and Katy Starr wrote 'The Mandela Effect' after a conversation on the subject in Daniel's studio.

    Laden with atmospheric, warm synths and eerie, effected vocals, the original version offers up a smooth, hypnotic House groove with bags of character.

     Hungarian producer Tibor Dragan delivers a tour-de-force remix of 'The Mandela Effect'. Melodic, orchestral and uplifting, this is undoubtedly the finest work we've heard from this brilliant artist to date.

     Glass Slipper may surprise fans with their version of 'The Mandela Effect', eschewing their usual soulful sound for a more stripped down tech-infused House rework.

     To close out the EP, Daniel Allen goes to work under his 'Disappear' moniker, a new home for his downtempo and balearic beats. With an LP dropping later this year, this slo-mo, dubby version of 'The Mandela Effect' is the very first appearance... of Disappear.

    Pre-order on Beatport

  • Underground deep house crafter Finest Wear returns to Colour and Pitch with a brand new 4 track EP, humbly titled ‘Just Some Grooves'.

     Steadily gaining greater global recognition for his immaculate productions, Finest Wear has been busy in the studio of late, with releases on some of the world's most respected house music labels. 

    Opening track ‘De La Groove' is a timeless house workout with spacey chords, crunchy drums and the deepest of sub basslines. ‘Moments In Time' delivers its message with parallel synth and sub melodies, plus hypnotic vocal atmospheres over slick drums.

     ‘Sonder's Groove' calls to mind late 90's deep house classics with its deliciously languid synths and lazy, shuffling rhythms. Finally ‘Stab The Drum' ends the EP on a more potent note, with brash hi hats and addictive chords.

    Available now on Beatport | Traxsource | Spotify | iTunes / Apple Music | Juno

  • Colour and Pitch label founder Sumsuch returns home with an eclectic 3 track EP titled ‘We Are Ordinary'.

     Opening track ‘We Are Ordinary' is a disco-infused house cut with heavy drums, tight chord stabs and live bass, featuring Jacob Daniels on vocals.

    The message is a simple reaction against the age of ego we're living in: "we aren't all that special, in fact, We Are Ordinary."

     Second track ‘Don't Turn Your Back' is a downtempo piano and synth composition, inspired by an interview with a 16-year-old prison inmate in the USA. The piece explores empathy, questioning any society that would simply write off a fellow human.

     The EP closes with analogue deep house cut Maze Hill, a comforting and reflective journey through a warm, inviting sonic landscape with scratchy piano and subtle live guitar melodies leading the way.

    Out June 14th on all stores and streaming sites.

    Get it on Beatport | SpotifyJuno Download