By Jason Fellows

Golf Channel founder Phil South started his label in 2007 with a Janet Jackson edit by Mark E calledR&B Drunkie pressed on 100 numbered, one-sided twelves and handed out mostly to friends in lieu of the usual promotional routes. It’s a universally danceable track that spread across genres and introduced many to slower House music. The sound that South proceeded to carve out with his catalog of releases is both challenging and unique. Elements from the past blend naturally with a much wider variety of styles than most dance-oriented labels consider. Many of the label’s best releases are primarily instrumental, not sample-based. On the other hand, there are a great deal of edits included as well. These usually disparate musical regions come together under the same roof easily with great taste, timing, and a great deal of love for the craft of vinyl-making. [Read More]