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Realms (12")
Cat: APRON 22. Rel: 11 Apr 16
  1. Unlucky Charms (5:10)
  2. Lost In The Sauce (5:24)
  3. Retune & Runaway (6:07)
  4. Black Pow Wow (3:59)
Review: Brassfoot's first two outings on Apron - the Lord Tusk hook-up Space Invaders, and last year's untitled EP - were typically unfussy. "Unlucky Charms", the opening salvo of this third release for Funkineven's imprint, takes a similar approach, with vintage electro motifs underpinning distorted percussion and wild electronics. Elsewhere, his trademark fuzziness is applied in a number of contrasting ways, from the clanking, locked-in, rave-inspired throb of "Retune & Runaway", to the bizarre sonic assault that is crusty closer "Black Pow Wow". For pace purposes, he also offers a breather in the shape of jazz-tinged deep house shuffler "Lost In The Sauce".
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Ascension EP
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Cat: APRON 26. Rel: 03 Oct 16
  1. Ascension (7:19)
  2. Inner Zone (6:35)
Review: Since he last appeared on Apron in 2014, Adam "Ex-Terrestrial" Feingold has put out impressive material on 1080p, L.P.C and Temple. This return to Steven Julien's imprint is every bit as essential. A-side cut "Ascension" is particularly thrilling, fusing as it does his love of dreamy, rave-era chord progressions, intelligent techno style psychedelic electronics, and the kind of clanking, bombastic machine drums so often found at the heart of Apron releases. As if keen to give dancers a bit of a breather, flipside "Inner Zone" is an altogether deeper and dreamier affair, with squidgy acid bass, fluctuating cymbal lines and horizontal chords stretching out over a head-nodding kick-drum pattern.
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Apron EP
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Apron EP (12")
Cat: APRON 27. Rel: 17 Oct 16
Deep House
  1. Purpurner Nurnwurz
  2. Winkelrose
  3. Cheap Fusion Intro
  4. BE
Review: MPC-wielding deep house maverick Max Graef is the latest hot producer to pitch up on Steven Julien's on-point Apron Records. He wisely uses it as an excuse to go a little crazy, opening the E.P with the off-kilter analogue hip-hop/distrorted electro/broken beat fusion of the decidedly trippy "Purpurner Numwurz". Graef doffs a cap to the dusty, lo-fi house and techno of labels such as L.I.E.S and Lobster Theremin on the dirt-encrusted deepness of "Winkelrose", before unfurling his boogie and jazz-funk influences on the rubbery sample jam "Cheap Fusion Intro". Finally, his much-explored jazz influences return on the bluesy deep house brilliance of closer "BE", which sounds like something you'd hear on Rhythm Section International.
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Fallen (CD)
Cat: ACD 01. Rel: 18 Jul 16
Deep House
  1. Begins (First Chapter)
  2. Chantel
  3. Carousel
  4. XL
  5. Marie
  6. Oshun
  7. Fallen (Final Chapter)
  8. Jedi
  9. Kingdom
  10. Reficul
  11. Disciple
  12. End
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