The UK’s number 1 dance and urban brand Pure returns with Pure Deep House 4 – the highly anticipated fourth edition of the critically and commercially-acclaimed series. The first three albums in the series have almost 200,000 sales, and the fourth edition continues the same high quality that Pure fans love.

 

Bringing together 60 house and garage tracks across 3 CDs, Pure Deep House 4 is 2016’s biggest mix of upfront house anthems, old skool classics, forgotten gems, alongside exclusive tracks, and remixes.

 

CD1 features with some of the biggest house crossover hits and remixes of the year, such as Jess Glynne – ‘Don’t Be So Hard On Yourself (DJ S.K.T Remix)’, Blonde – ‘All Cried Out’, WSTRN - In2 (Kokiri Remix)’, Karen Harding – ‘Say Something (Zac Samuel Remix)’, and exploring the scene further with hot tracks and remixes from Disciples, Low Steppa, Dusky, and Shadow Child.

 

CD2 continues with tracks from the house scene’s biggest heroes, including Duke Dumont, MK, Julio Bashmore, Route 94, alongside essential club material from Eats Everything, Steve Lawler, and Riva Starr. Plus exclusive tracks: LO ft. B Sykes – ‘First Day of Summer (Max Venus Remix)’, Ku De Ta vs Degrees Of Motion – ‘Do You Want It Right Now (Deep Mix)’.

 

CD3 continues the series’ tradition of exploring the roots of house & garage that have influenced today’s producers. Look out for features anthems from Masters at Work, Grant Nelson, NY’s Finest, the legendary Frankie Knuckles, and a rare Steve Silk Hurley remix of CeCe Peniston available on digital for the first time.

 

So there you have it, Pure Deep House 4 - 2016’s essential house & garage collection.