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Refraction Volume 2
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Cat: REZ 018. Rel: 01 Aug 16
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Titonton Duvante - "Concupiscent" (5:50)
  2. Christopher Rau - "Russian Cartoons" (6:49)
  3. Jeff Samuel - "WT Fader" (7:35)
  4. Garrett David - "Stasis" (5:28)
Review: Titonton Duvante's Residual imprint operated out of Columbus, Ohio from the late eighties to the mid-nineties as mainly a vehicle for his own works, but also other legends of the US such as John Tejada, Boo Williams and Todd Sines. He's kickstarted the label again and he's doing it in style with a new track on the A side "Concupiscent": a darkly emotive serving of broken beat high tech soul. Hamburg's Smallville affiliated pursuer of modern deepness Christopher Rau gives us the sublime minimal groove of "Russian Cartoons" too. On the flip, another legend of US techno; Seattle's Jeff Samuel makes a comeback, on the uplifting and funky feelgood groove "WT Fader". Finally Chicago's Garrett David, resident at Smart Bar and buyer at Gramaphone Records gives us the Jeff Mill's tribute "Stasis"
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A Tribute To Klang Club Vol 2
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  1. Move D - "Rise" (7:37)
  2. Fred P - "Lush Life" (5:38)
  3. Christopher Rau - "Unclear Joint" (6:08)
  4. Easy To Remember - "I Don't Know" (5:15)
Review: Two years on from volume one, Unclear has decided to deliver a second 12" tribute to the sadly missed Klang Club, a techno and house institution that brought ravers to the sleepy Tuscan village of Arezzo between 2008 and 2013. Move D kicks things off with the minor key melodies, creepy chords and crunchy percussion of "Rise", before Fred P effortlessly fuses deep house and wigglin' acid on the standout "Lush Life". On the flip, Christopher Rau gets busy with the thunderous techno drums, sampled sax loops and tumbling chords of "Unclear Joint", before Easy To Remember rounds things off with the early Chicago house grooves and Damn Funk style synth solos of "I Don't Know".
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Mehris Mood
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Cat: SMALLVILLE 037. Rel: 24 Mar 14
Deep House
  1. Mehris Mood
  2. Friends
  3. Cherry Jams
Review: Smallville Records follow that excellent STL long player by ushering in the welcome return of Christopher Rau for his first release of note on the Hamburg label since his second LP Two back in 2012. Rau has of course remained relatively busy in this interim period with some records for the likes of Office, Junkyard and Derive Schallplatten, but it's always a pleasure to see a SMALLVILLE cat no attached to his name. The three track Mehris Mood is as dreamy and abstracted as you would expect; the title track for example contains enough bump to drive any dancefloor but the hi hats are caked in fuzz and there's the most sumptuous set of chords at the core. "Friends" is similarly hypnotic, the emphasis of the production weaving between rhythm and melody with aplomb, but "Cherry Jam" might just be the best thing here. Drums and key samples appear to poised in diametrically opposite directions, given the track a curious groove that's reminiscent of so much Chris Rau.
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Broke EP
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Broke EP (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: OFFICE 03. Rel: 20 Jan 14
Deep House
  1. Mehris Groove
  2. Broke
  3. Im Sumpf
Review: A man who knows a thing or two about getting deep, Christopher Rau gives Office their third release and he's got plenty of soul-enriched goodies to impart from up-for-it club tackle to strung-out mellow explorations. "Mehris Groove" is centred around a gentle chord hook and a rolling tumble of percussion with an organic lilt to it. It's simple and effective like all the best Rau tracks are. "Broke" is more downtempo yet still marches forth with a danceable purpose, despite the best efforts of the plaintive Rhodes notes to quell the kinesis of the track. "Im Sumpf" heads off into experimental territory with an intricate arrangement of distant sound and melody as warm and inviting as it is out-there.
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Totally Together 001
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  1. Hakim Murphy & Christopher Rau - "Floorz Hop" (6:14)
  2. Hakim Murphy & Christopher Rau - "Again Agin" (6:48)
  3. NC 17 - "Gasoline Or Dettol" (6:46)
  4. Mezigue & Christopher Rau - "Honk For Peace" (3:08)
Review: In support of the joys of teamwork, Smallville regular Christopher Rau has launched Totally Together, a new label committed to releasing collaborations between producers. He handles the first 12" himself, joining forces with a succession of artists across four fine tracks. The A-side boasts two hook-ups with Chicago's Hakim Murphy; the sweaty, jackin' drum machine beats and wayward electronics of "Floorz Hop", and the bass-heavy deep house wooziness of "Again Agin" [sic]. On the flip, Rau joins forces with Nathan Jonson as NC 17, delivering the ghetto-house influenced Chi-town bump of "Gasoline or Dettol" (think winding synth horns, crunchy drum machine handclaps and throbbing sub-bass), before laying down the ultra-deep, ultra-melodious "Carrier" alongside Mezigue.
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