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TS 004
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TS 004 (12")
Cat: TS 004. Rel: 24 Apr 17
Deep House
  1. Dan Curtin - "Don't Wait" (7:09)
  2. The Rurals - "Nu Ice" (7:25)
  3. Merrick Brown - "Far Purple Textures" (6:09)
  4. Ewan Jansen - "Next To Nothing" (6:58)
Aqua Libre EP
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Cat: RERV 003. Rel: 31 Oct 16
Deep House
  1. Aqua Libre (6:53)
  2. Plankton (5:55)
  3. Freckles (6:37)
  4. Castel (6:05)
Review: Perth prodicer Ewan Jansen has become something of a hot property since returning to action last year after a 14-year hiatus. This outing on his similarly re-born Red Ember imprint follows hot on the heels of killer EPs on Going Good, Inner Balance and Adelaide Soundworks. It finds Jansen in predictably fine form, serving up deep house cuts that bristle with toasty warmth and gentle positivity. Highlights are plentiful, too, from the seductive shimmer of toasty opener "Aqua Libre" and bustling, bleep-heavy shuffler "Plankton", to the Ron Trent-goes-to-South London hum of "Freckles". Pitched-down closer "Castel", a study in futurist atmospherics and '90s style electronica, is pretty darn tasty, too.
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Return To Hyperbola
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Return To Hyperbola (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: ISM 009 . Rel: 17 Apr 17
Deep House
  1. Docking Lane (6:48)
  2. Bulkhead (6:29)
  3. Deceleration (6:52)
  4. Perspex (6:36)
Review: Having recently resurfaced via his Red Ember label and a further run of essential releases on Going Good, Hardworksoftdrink and many more, Ewan Jansen is in fine fettle now as he shores up to Inner Shift with some high class house music for the heads. "Docking Lane" is as deep as they get, but that doesn't come at the cost of the beat which strides forth with purpose underneath the hum of the pads. "Bulkhead" gets a classic Latin drum machine vibe going, "Deceleration" takes things lighter and sparser, and then "Perspex" finishes the EP off with some warm, funky fare. Throughout the EP, Jansen's link to the formative years of deep house shine through - this is the sound of someone who knows what they're doing.
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Country Music EP
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Cat: IBL 02. Rel: 04 Apr 16
Deep House
  1. Harvest (6:41)
  2. Sines Of Life (6:09)
  3. Square Dance (5:53)
Review: Last year, Chez Damier launched a new imprint, Inner Balance, which debuted with a slightly overlooked EP of deep house from Jorge Caiado. For the label's second release, he's turned to veteran producer Ewan Jansen, who recently impressed with some killer archival material on Going Good. Opener "Harvest" is an undeniably floor-friendly affair, with snappy, drum machine handclaps, classic techno bass, swinging percussion hits, wild electronics and woozy chords combining to great effect. "Sines Of Life" is deeper and creepier, while "Square Dance" sits somewhere between bubbling electro, Damier style deep house, and far-sighted Motor City techno.
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Embers Only (reissue)
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Cat: REREO 1. Rel: 23 Jan 17
Deep House
  1. Justin Zerbst - "Clearance" (7:12)
  2. Ewan Jansen - "Red Silicone" (9:19)
Review: Perth, Western Australia is hardly known as a city synonymous with deep house yet in the late nineties locals Justin Zerbst and Ewan Jansen had a wonderful sound happening. It was no doubt influenced by local don Ben Stinga's weekly Undergound Solution radio show. It presented the underground deep house sounds of the time of Chicago as well the emerging sounds minimal from Cologne and Frankfurt. The results of their musical work was released on their indie imprint Red Ember, which in the last couple of years has finally received the recognition it deserves: just a decade and a half later, on these reissues. On the A side, Zerbst presents the quirky minimal funk of "Clearance". If you heard this one out today, you'd possibly mistake it for Seuil or Francesco del Garda and coincidentally: more of Zerbst's reissues have previously come courtesy of the former's Eklo imprint. On the flip, Jansen delivers a more powerful affair with the emotive, funky hi-tech soul of "Red Silicone" where this Detroit influenced groover features hynotising chords and tough rhythms.
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