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Rave Dogz
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Rave Dogz (12")
Cat: CJFD 28. Rel: 29 Feb 16
Deep House
  1. Rave Dogz (5:43)
  2. WD40 (5:38)
  3. Dust (5:06)
  4. Bonus Peach (4:04)
Review: Arttu Snellman has enjoyed a long-standing relationship with Clone thanks to his releases on Royal Oak. However, that arrangement changes as the Berlin-based producer's latest venture for the Rotterdam operation sees him change over to the Jack for Daze outlet. Certainly, his approach is tougher than before; the title track is redolent of '90s techno, with metal-plated percussion providing the backing for insistent bleeps and rubbery sub-bass. On "WD40" and "Bonus Peach", eerie organ riffs prevail, underpinned by sturdy kicks and powerful bass, while on "Dust", Arttu reverts to a harder sound, as insistent stabs are married with an aggressive rhythm track and growling bass.
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Helta Skelta
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Helta Skelta (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: CJFD 24. Rel: 26 Jan 15
Deep House
  1. Acid Bleep
  2. Metronomy
  3. Helta Skelta
  4. Bak 2 Tha Future
Review: Given his well-known love of cheap electronics, jack tracks and the fluorescent pulse of early '90s warehouse music, it is no surprise to find Unknown To The Unknown founder DJ Haus popping up on Clone's Jack for Daze offshoot. Helta Skelta, a four-track assault on the senses that blends the distinctive swing of vintage drum machines with riotous acid and cheap-and-cheery electronics, holds few surprises. That's not a criticism, though, since few do this kind of retro-futurist dancefloor abuse quite as well as the UTTU man. We can detect a few audible nods towards the bleep techno period, too, particularly on the sub-heavy silliness of "Back 2 Tha Future" and "Metronomy", which sounds like a mutant funk re-make of Unique 3's "The Theme".
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Even More
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Even More (12")
Cat: CJFD 18. Rel: 06 May 13
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Even More
  2. More & More & More
Review: Turning tricks with ever more prolificacy, Roman Flugel is back in business once again with some decidedly rough stylings for Clone's Jack For Daze series. "Even More" is a taut and responsive floor worker shot through with that quintessential Flugel quirk, in this case defined by a funky guitar lick over the booming machine drums. "More & More & More" gets even wilder, bringing in a loony lead synth that calls to mind the primal production style of UK Funky over a rugged box-jam jack. With some classic Dance Mania flavoured vocal samples flown in for good measure, a crowd-busting belter is born.
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More & More & More
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Cat: CJFD 18R. Rel: 20 May 13
Deep House
  1. More & More & More (Serge & Tyrell SBF325)
  2. More & More & More (Serge & Tyrell Work that mix)
  3. More & More & More (Serge & Tyrell instrumental)
House Countdown
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Cat: CJFD 015. Rel: 12 Nov 12
Deep House
  1. House Countdown (Eps Deng't mix)
  2. House Countdown (Eighty Nine remix)
  3. Pump-O-Matic
Review: Not content with slipping out a 12" taste of the forthcoming Legowelt album this week, Clone Jack For Daze also usher in this rather potent three track collaboration between label boss Serge and veteran contributor Alden Tyrell. The two have been irregular studio sparrers since the turn of the decade, contributing remixes to the various branches of the Clone conglomerate, but House Countdown marks their first original material together. There's no drastic stylistic departure from their previous work here, which isn't surprising given the bare bones house ethos that drives the Jack For Daze series. Two variants on "House Countdown" line the A Side; the first "EPS Deng't" mix is dominated by the grinding, thick bassline that just about fits between the channels, whilst the "Eighty Nine" mix rounds out the bassline and marries it to a rough drum flex with the results more playful. On the flip, the amusingly titled "Pump-o-matic" is Serge and Alden doing Dance Mania with an early 90s Dutch rave twist.
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T Trax
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T Trax (12" + free MP3 download code)
Cat: CJFD 08. Rel: 20 Jun 11
Deep House
  1. Splice
  2. Project Piano
Review: The combination of Alden Tyrell and Clone pretty much sells itself, but regardless this two track 12" for the Jack For Daze offshoot is quite the treat. Both the T Project tracks here have been heavyweight secret weapons of the Dutch producer's live set for a while so kudos to the Clone decision makers for sweet talking Tyrell into letting the vinyl buying public enjoy the magic. Mood-wise, the dark industrial raw pump of A Side track "Splice" is offset by the glorious key flourishes that characterise B Side delight "Project Piano". As with the majority of Clone output, this is raw, simple, unadulterated body music to be enjoyed fully in the company of a very large soundsystem.
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Touch The Sky
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Cat: CJFD 011. Rel: 11 Jun 12
Deep House
  1. Touch The Sky (original vox)
  2. Touch The Sky (Gerd Double G mix)
  3. Touch The Sky (International house mix)
Review: A lesson in simple mathematics: Alden Tyrell + Mike Dunn x Clone Jack For Dazed = you need to check this! Tyrell has been busy of late remastering the back catalogue of Drexciya for Clone, yet still finds time to come up with the excellent "Touch The Sky" for the Rotterdam empire's crucial sub label. Little more than the distinctive tones of Dunn freestyling over a f******* huge acid riff and thumping kicks, the track's simplistic composition is outweighed heavily by just how devastatingly effective it is. 4Lux boss Gerd steps out of his Geeeman costume for a remix that evens out the kinks of the original while Tyrell and Clone boss Serge go in the opposite direction on the International House mix which lays down some classic piano lines where the acid was and severely fucks with the vocal programme. Such a good record.
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Like This
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Like This (12")
Cat: CJFD 27. Rel: 08 Feb 16
  1. Like This (5:20)
  2. Basement Game (5:43)
  3. Back 2 Something (4:30)
  4. Make Em Say (5:07)
Review: When he's not moonlighting as a John Candy lookalike, Vin Sol can be found proffering a fine contemporary take on US house tropes for the likes of UTTU, Delft, Icee Hot and his own Soo Wavey label. Having debuted on Clone's dependable Jack For Daze series last year with the Off The Chain 12", the Californian is back with another fresh four-tracker for the clubs, Like This. The title comes off like a tipsy update on Green Velvet classic "Percolator", whilst "Basement Game" is Poindexter style sleaze at a slightly pitched down tempo. On the flip "Back 2 Something" sees the Sol-master work pitch bent tones over a brutal, perma snapping drum machine groove whilst closer "Make Em Say" is a prime slab of Dance Mania inspired naughtiness.
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