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Memory: Album Sampler
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Cat: UOW 007. Rel: 05 Oct 15
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Deep House
  1. Let's Save (9:05)
  2. Voodoo Wingman (5:58)
  3. Let's Save (Lord Of The Isles remix) (7:51)
  4. Starman (Neville Watson remix) (5:56)
Review: A warm welcome back to Deep Space Orchestra commanders Chris Barker and Si Murray, who've spent the last couple of years jamming out their debut album, Memory. As a precursor to that set, they've delivered this tasty sampler 12", featuring a pair of album cuts, and a couple of notable remixes. They begin with the Detroit-influenced electronics, jammed-out keys and rolling grooves of the oh-so beautiful "Let's Save", before effortlessly fusing Motor City techno, '90s ambient and thrusting dancefloor dynamics on the similarly impressive "Voodoo Wingman". Lord of the Isles provides a smoother, deeper dancefloor interpretation of "Let's Save", before Neville Watson steals the show via intergalactic chords, starry synths and house-tempo breakbeats, with a brilliant remake of "Starman".
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Memory
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Cat: UOWLP 001. Rel: 26 Oct 15
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Deep House
  1. Feel No Pain (6:24)
  2. Selassie (7:24)
  3. Let's Save (9:03)
  4. Elliptical Orbit (6:09)
  5. Dream States (5:09)
  6. The Hees (5:07)
  7. Mission Hills (3:34)
  8. All Systems Down (9:14)
  9. Starman (5:00)
Review: "Good things come to those who wait" is one of those over-used platitudes, but it certainly rings true in the case of this debut album from Deep Space Orchestra. The long running project of Chris Barker and Simon Murray, Deep Space Orchestra have been concocting their own brand of house and techno dancefloor science over a multitude of 12" releases since the turn of the decade, with continuous mention of an album in the offing. The pair have eased down the output more recently to focus on an album, and the results on Memory are nothing short of spell-binding. Nine cuts of deeply affecting dancefloor voodoo that will enlighten any soundsystem with "Dream States" a particularly potent number reminiscent of Kyle Hall at his finest!
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Use Of Weapons 6
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Cat: UOW 006. Rel: 21 Apr 14
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Deep House
  1. Deep Space Orchestra - "Kraken"
  2. Deep Space Orchestra - "Mendoza"
  3. Haku - "Nova"
  4. Other Worlds - "Underhand"
  5. Deep Space Orchestra - "Beholder"
  6. 7 Citizens - "Fatum"
  7. Other Worlds - "Codename ELD"
  8. Haku - "Chronos"
Review: Deep Space Orchestra's Use of Weapons label has always been a reliable source of analogue-heavy left of centre deep house, with each split EP, featuring tracks from a variety of like-minded producers, featuring a range of must-have nuggets. This expansive sixth release, with eight tracks spread across two slabs of wax, is no different. DSO's beautiful and surprisingly fragile "Mendoza" leads the way, with 7 Citizens calming, alien house groover "Fatum" close behind. Arguably best of all, though, is Other Worlds' "Coldname ELD", a sparse and bassy concoction blessed with some brilliant, Head High style pianos. It is, though, all good, with further impressive contributions from the Detroit-included Haku.
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NDV: Volume 1
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  1. Deep Space Orchestra - "Holler At McDuff"
  2. Tim Vita & Oliver Gehrmann - "Cats Piano"
  3. James Welsh - "Leatherman"
  4. Oli Furness - "The Hare & The Peacock"
Review: After Oli Furness kicked off NDV with his own Need A Friend EP, the label comes back for round two with a whole host of different characters looking to lay down some driving contemporary house. Deep Space Orchestra get stuck into a refined acid bubbler, plush strings and guitar licks melting into the squelchy 303 for a decidedly smooth ride with some choice peaks and troughs. Tim Vita and Oliver Gehrmann head for a more crisp approach that centres on a warm chord refrain and unfussy drums behind it, while James Welsh gets all sleazy with the low end throb of "Leatherman" looking to kick it deep into the night. Furness himself rounds the EP off with the big room rave stylings of "The Hare & The Peacock".
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We Get By With A Little Help Part 1
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  1. Nicholas - "Just Like Magic"
  2. Deep Space Orchestra - "Dollar"
  3. Dexter Wansel - "The Sweetest Pain" (Ooft! edit)
  4. Dead Rose Music Company - "The World Is An Uproar"
Review: House Is the Cure dip their toes in classy disco waters, rounding up a quartet of acts who've done right in 2010 and look set to do righter next year. Italian tweaker Nicholas has been oh so prolific this year, leading the Latin edit charge with his No More Hits imprint and he contributes a rasping edit of one of disco's greatest afro haircuts. Changing the beat up, rising talents Deep Space Orchestra plough a similar path to those infamous Soul Clap edits on "Dollar" with a sultry low end heavy R&B refix that bristles with atmospheric intent. On the flip Ali OOFT drops some late night vibes on a classy take on Dexter Wansel's "The Sweetest Pain" that includes some dizzying vocal edits whilst Dead Rose Music Company round off this slick clear vinyl release with the ethereal orchestral soul bump of "The World Is An Uproar".
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