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Single Life
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Cat: OMR 06. Rel: 07 Sep 15
Techno
  1. Doesn't Feel Right (8:15)
  2. 2nd Try (5:56)
  3. Single Life (5:23)
  4. Still Water (5:51)
Review: Having taken time out to collaborate with pal Luke 'Torn Hawk' Wyatt on the decidedly eccentric Becoming Nice, William Burnett goes solo again with an EP of left-of-centre Willie Burns gems for the consistently impressive Off Minor Recordings. On the A, Burnett sets his sights on the dancefloor, impressing with both the modular-sounding throb and ricocheting percussive hits of "Doesn't Feel Right", and the metallic, bittersweet techno of "2nd Try". On the B-side, he switches back to experimental mode, dropping a pair of melodious, melancholic chunks of out-there electronica in his inimitable, imaginative style. It's actually these, in particular the spiraling, hedonistic synthesizer lines of "Straight Water", that most impress.
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I Wanna Love You
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Cat: HOTSHIT 012. Rel: 22 Sep 14
Deep House
  1. I Wanna Love You
  2. Even If It Takes All Night
  3. Every Body Everybody
  4. Picking Up Promises
Review: Having debuted on Unknown To The Unknown earlier this year with the Woo Right EP, Mr William Burnett is coaxed back into the fold by DJ Haus for this excellent 12" on his Hot Haus offshoot. Describing the four tracks here as simply "slow-swung house jackers," as the label indeed does, is quite a disservice to Burnett as I Wanna Love You really does showcase his deftness and cleverness for utilising samples. Take for example the two A Side tracks which both use the same doleful vocal sample and pull them in different sonic directions, one delightfully lo fi thanks to the cheap keyboard riffs and the other positively dreamy. "Every Body Everybody" surpasses both though, with the titular refrain fed through the channels and twisted around a superbly simple house groove.
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