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Double Century Part Two
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  1. Luv Jam - "Hamburglar" (6:29)
  2. Esa & Mervin Granger - "Goema Heat" (7:53)
  3. Manuel Tur - "Laguenesie" (6:40)
  4. Kito Jempere - "This Is Why We Do This" (feat Jerry The Cat & Ruslan Gadzhimuradov) (6:35)
Played by: Kito Jempere, Nebraska
Review: In the second round of surefire house goodness from a celebratory Freerange Recordings, your ears and record decks get treated to four slices of contemporary tackle from a spread of artists committed to pushing things forwards. Luv Jam kicks up the dust with a playful sensibility on the bouncy "Hamburglar" before Esa & Mervin Granger take a more fluid approach to deepest house with "Goema Heat". On the flip Freerange mainstay Manuel Tur brings some serious emotion to his piano notes without losing the funk on "Laguenesie", and Kito Jempere slides into squishy dub tones with a little help from Jerry The Cat and Ruslan Gadzhimuradov for "This Is Why We Do This".
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Swans Reflecting Elephants
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Cat: FRCD 29. Rel: 23 Apr 12
Deep House
  1. Back To Me
  2. Phantom Ride
  3. High Needs Low
  4. Feel
  5. Maybe Next Lifetime (feat Blakkat)
  6. Mirrors
  7. Obsidian
  8. Just Love (feat Elina Monova)
  9. Serenity
  10. I'm Alive (feat Blakkat)
Review: It's a commonly held belief that good house albums - and, for that matter, great deep house albums - are notoriously few and far between. Manuel Tur's first album for Freerange, 0201, got round this by peppering the album with downtempo interludes. This time round, he's done the same (see the blunted jazz of "Mirrors" or the glitchy, minimalist ambient-pop of Blakkat collab "I'm Alive"), though he's confident enough to devote much more space to proper deep house. It's a wise choice. Utilizing real instruments, looser grooves, more vocals and a broader range of house influences (Chicago jack, woozy techno, main room pomp and Detroitian deepness), Swans Reflecting Elephants is easily his strongest release to date.
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0201
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0201 (CD)
Cat: FRCD 24. Rel: 22 Jun 09
Deep House
  1. Patchworks
  2. Stay (feat Larissa Kapp)
  3. Rubicond
  4. Golden Complexion (feat Blakkat)
  5. Such A Dream
  6. Fade Away
  7. Pastelize
  8. Shady Trees
  9. Will Be Mine (feat Alexander East)
  10. A40
  11. On The Radio
  12. Radial
  13. Final Layer
Es Cub
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Es Cub (CD)
Cat: FRCD 33. Rel: 19 May 14
Deep House
  1. Ara Anam
  2. Es Cub
  3. About To Fall
  4. Werk
  5. El Soplo
  6. Flux
  7. Basilea
  8. MKS-70
  9. Es Dub
  10. Agrefena
Review: It's been some two years since the release of German producer Manuel Tur's last LP, the bizarrely titled Swans Reflecting Elephants. While that set was largely dark, moody and atmospheric, there's a cozy positivity about much of this belated follow-up. While there are hypnotic, late night moments (see the after party wonkiness of "About to Fall"), as a while Es Cub is a much more upbeat affair. Check, for example, the drifting Balearic house brilliance of "EL Soplo", whose extended breakdown serves to highlight the brilliance of Tur's yearning, metronomic groove, and the dizzyingly bright "AraAnam". Amongst the heartwarming deep house explorations you'll also find "Es Dub", a thrillingly sparse and atmospheric chunk of slow house that more than lives up to its name.
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Compost Black Label #23
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Cat: COMP 264. Rel: 01 Oct 07
Deep House
  1. Clock Shift
  2. Move
  3. Conchord
Review: German deep house newcomers Manuel Tur & DPlay (based in the city of Essen) arrive with their first 12" single for Compost Black Label, following up big releases on Freerange and Drumpoet Community. These three tracks marry the rich heritage of house music and Detroit-rooted techno with today's sound aesthetics. All killer, no filler!
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Rhythm Trainx Vol 1
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  1. Manuel Tur - "121 BPM" (4:01)
  2. I:Cube - "109 BPM" (5:45)
  3. Blank Spanner - "126.5 BPM" (4:16)
  4. Disco Nihilist - "124 BPM" (4:09)
  5. Ame - "119 BPM" (4:03)
  6. Radio Slave - "122 BPM" (4:17)
Review: Running Back boss Gerd Jansen has already shown a love of DJ-focused rhythm tracks via beat-focused releases from Redshape and Todd Osborne. Here he goes one further, pulling together a six-track collection of drum workouts from an impressive roll call of producers. Amongst the drum machine-heavy treats you'll find a brilliantly loose, metallic workout from Disco Nihlist (track four), a smacked-out chunk of tropical oddness from the ever-impressive I:Cube (track 2), a surprisingly jackin', cymbal-heavy roller from Ame (track 5), and a dense chunk of afterparty voodoo from Radio Slave (track 6). Manuel Tur's dirty, low-down opener is pretty darn tasty, too.
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