Four veteran Detroit creators, individually accomplished and respected. Each, a Producer / Performer / DJ with a long history of deep, inspired, electronic and accoustic music, so innovative, to spawn a genre all its own. Soiree Records proudly showcases these melodious, technological, architecs on the first installment of Detroit: DeepConstructed. Drivetrain leads off with Driven. Multifunctional and intelligent this one was constructed from the floor up, genuine and raw. Throbbing rhythm and harmonious pads generate the perfect ambience for the signature vocal proclamation. Next up, Dorian Gigís, The James Herbert Theory is a courageously deep, tech flow. Gigs solid Detroit influence clearly takes centerstage. Thick, fat chords atop a flanged hi-hat move the air while the syncopated riffs fill the groove. Dwayne Jensen returns from a long departure with I See The Sun Light. Reflecting Jensens untold late night, underground experiences.this crafted pulsating, solid house swing inserts a hypnotic vocal chant for total authenticity. New to Soiree Records, but a known novice and powerhouse to the cause, Malik Alston’s offering is Dance Jazz. Showing off some extraordinary piano chops, backed-up by a mental sax riff, Alstonís unyeilding bassline and acid blips will not disappoint the dance floor. Detroit: DeepConstucted is music undefined from a place where music does not compromise.