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Cool Warm Divine EP
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Cat: RHM 023. Rel: 10 Apr 17
Techno
  1. Cool Warm Divine
  2. Nobody Else
  3. Twinkerbelly
  4. The Unseen
  5. Nobody Else (part 2)
The Nu Grooves Year 1988-1992 Part 2
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Cat: RH 117LP2. Rel: 12 Mar 12
Deep House
  1. Aphrodisiac - "Song Of The Siren"
  2. Metro - "Angel Of Mercy"
  3. Utopia Project - "File #3"
  4. NY House'n Authority - "Fort Green House"
  5. Equation - "The Answer" (X2 RB mix)
  6. Aphrodisiac - "Your Love"
  7. Houz' Neegrox - "How Do U Luv A Black Woman?"
  8. NY House'n Authority - "Dyckman House"
  9. Metro - "Straphanger"
  10. NY House'n Authority - "Apt 1b"
Review: When Rheji and Ronald 'Rhano' Burrell dropped their debut album on Virgin Records in 1988, there was little sign that they would eventually become one of the most influential production partnerships in house. Simply titled Burrell, the album offered a slick, radio-friendly mix of 80s R&B, synth-funk/house crossovers and the sort of piano-laden garage house - as it was then called - that was beginning to dominate the clubs of New Jersey. Frustrated by the constraints of working with a major label, they went back underground. With the backing of their management trio of Judy Russell and Frank and Karen Mendez, they launched Nu Groove Records, initially as an outlet for their own productions. But the music they made would not be created with radio airplay in mind, but rather the dancefloors of New Jersey, New York and Chicago. It was a masterstroke. Inspired by the jacking house sound of Chicago, the deepness of Larry Heard and the emotion-rich, musically minded productions of early New Jersey garage pioneers, they proceeded to make music that defied easy categorization. It would quickly become known as deep house. This retrospective from Rush Hour is both well deserved and long overdue. It should be essential listening for anyone with even the smallest interest in the development of house music during a crucial period.
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FORTHCOMING
Jhoom Le
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Jhoom Le (7")
Cat: RHMC 0027. Rel: 17 Apr 17
Funk
  1. Cyntia - "Jhoom Le"
  2. Astaria - "Jamasa Roro"
Reith Tracks
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Cat: RHD 011DMX. Rel: 28 Oct 13
Techno
  1. Hammock Yard
  2. Trees Are Dancing
  3. Trees Are Dancing 2
  4. Rain Catcher
  5. Guest House
  6. Woodpile
  7. Hayloft
  8. Kitchen Bench
Review: Veteran UK producer Ed Upton steps up for duty on the No 'Label' operation by Rush Hour's distribution branch with a conceptual LP that's wholly representative of the experimental fare that's preceded it from the likes of Inga Copeland, Stellar OM Source and William Burnett. Whilst Upton's recent mini LP for Power Vacuum as EDMX was the sort of electro leaning techno he's renowned for, Reith Tracks is something else altogether. Recorded in full whilst Upton resided on an Austrian farm, the eight tracks here will resonate with Rephlex fans with Upton operating across a variety of tempos and apparently inspired by the farm's various locations. A handy postcard insert replete with prose from Upton further details the inspiration behind this compelling collection - as with previous No 'Label' releases do not sleep!
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Dream 2 Science
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Dream 2 Science (mini LP)
Cat: RHRSS 4. Rel: 23 Apr 12
Deep House
  1. My Love Turns To Liquid
  2. Breathe Deep
  3. Mystery Of Love
  4. How Do I Love Thee
  5. Liquid
  6. Dream To Science
Review: Rush Hour have released some killer reissues in their time, and this mini-album from Ben Cenac of Newcleus fame, released under the Dream 2 Science moniker in 1990 is no exception, sounding like a conscious response to the warm, soul-flecked offerings of contemporaries Bobby Konders, the Burrell Brothers and Lamont Booker. Amazingly, Dream 2 Science still sounds remarkably fresh, 22 years on. The production, in particular, is terrific. While many house records of the period sound clumsy and dated, there's a timeless quality to the intricately programmed drum machine rhythms, the drifting chords, warm analogue basslines and cute vibraphone melodies.
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The True Story Of House Music
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Cat: RH 12112. Rel: 10 Sep 12
Deep House
  1. New Age House (7:39)
  2. The True Story Of House Music (Unreleased Thrie Way mix) (6:55)
  3. I'm So Alone (Unreleased dub mix) (5:19)
Review: Having already documented the Burrell Brothers story this year, Rush Hour have announced details of another retrospective look at a key figure of the formative New York house music scene in Elbee Bad, the self professed Prince Of Dance Music. A forthcoming compilation is due that documents the late 80s and early 90s output of Elbee Bad, aka Lamont Booker, a producer still active today and now residing in Berlin. The compilation takes its title from the Nu Groove 12" that Booker released early in his career and this vinyl sampler features "New Age Of House" along with two previously unreleased mixes that will apparently not appear in any other format. All three tracks are essential listening for anyone with a keen interest in rough and rugged house music from days gone by, and the 12" comes in authentic label art and A6 card insert.
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Hard To Love
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Cat: RHM 020. Rel: 20 Mar 17
Deep House
  1. Hard To Love
  2. Hard To Love (instrumental)
Your Eyes
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Your Eyes (12")
Cat: RHRSS 10. Rel: 17 Feb 14
Deep House
  1. Your Eyes (vocal)
  2. Your Eyes (instrumental)
  3. I'm So Deep
Review: Rush Hour's latest reissue focus is Vincent Floyd, a producer with a small clutch of 12? releases in the mid-90s for Dance Mania, Relief and Gherkin Records offshoot Resound Records. Although more from the producer is promised in the year to come, the first record is Your Eyes, a reissue the producer's debut for Dance Mania. Released back in 1990, the five-track 12? brandished a title track that was pretty much a perfect example of vocal deep house from the era, and this reissued edition from Rush Hour pares the record down to just three tracks, with the Chan-featuring title cut complemented by an instrumental and "I'm So Deep," described by the label as a "sinister haunting instrumental jackin track".
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Klaus
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Klaus (12")
Cat: RHD O25FYOELK . Rel: 14 Dec 15
Deep House
  1. Klaus (7:18)
  2. Leapfrog (4:34)
  3. Bong (4:02)
  4. Thru (4:03)
  5. Alumm (5:42)
Played by: Soft Rocks, RIZZOLO DJ
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Hieroglyphic Being Tote Bag (black with white print)
Back In Dogtown USA
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Cat: VD 16. Rel: 30 Jun 14
Techno
  1. Back In Dogtown USA
  2. I Took A Train In 1979
Review: House of Jezebel is a rarity among the many aliases Danny Wolfers has adopted over the years, with the much loved Dutchman using it on only one prior occasion to deliver his homage to Ron Hardy's Muzic Box classic "Love & Happiness" for Tom Trago's Voyage Direct label back in 2010. Kudos to Trago for coaxing some more House of Jezebel material out of Wolfers for his latest Voyage Direct release which appears with the label in a rich vein of form, after records Maxi Mill, San Proper, Overlast and Boris Werner. Perhaps referencing the 2001 skateboarding documentary Dogtown and Z-Boys, the new House Of Jezebel record finds Wolfers trading in two distinct tempos, with the title track reminiscent of much of the dreamy house that made up Crystal Cult 2080. The wonderfully titled "I Took A Train In 1979? finds Wolfers operating at a much faster pace and is reminiscent of some of Kenny Larkin's more intergalactic moments.
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Played by: Marsman, Joe Drive
Hunch Music
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Cat: RHM 016CD. Rel: 13 Jul 15
Deep House
  1. Woods
  2. Crossroads
  3. Silent Sensations
  4. Rare Happiness
  5. Burning Flower
  6. Error Of The Average
  7. Failed Movement
  8. Hiding The Moon
  9. Bruises
  10. Amo (Admiration)
  11. The World
Review: It's been some six years since Hun Choi made his debut on William Burnett's WT Records imprint. In that time, he's proved incredibly hard to pin down. This debut album for Rush Hour seems designed to continue that trend, offering a series of warm, melodious and curiously Balearic cuts that defy easy categorization. Sure, there are dancefloor-focused moments - see the cacophonous, Detroit-influenced hustle of "Error of the Average", the deep acid madness of "Silent Sensations" and the classic deep house bounce of "Desire" - but also a range of downtempo and ambient jams that arguably impress more. Of these, it's "The World" - a humid exercise in tropical drums, twittering flutes and looped vocal samples - and the sublime, string-laden "Bruises" that really stand out.
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Electric Park Square
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Cat: RHM 014. Rel: 04 Apr 16
Electro
  1. Cable 54 (5:45)
  2. Poly Evolver #1 (2:59)
  3. Ama Diver (6:07)
  4. Short Sequence (2:34)
  5. Prototype (5:28)
  6. Poly Evolver #2 (1:36)
Review: Having earned his corn in the back office of Rush Hour's Amsterdam HQ, Olf Van Elden is now making his mark as a producer. Previously, he's released fizzing, far-sighted techno and house on Voyage Direct and Tape Records Amsterdam. Here, he delivers his most expansive - and arguably strongest - 12" to date for former employers Rush Hour. There's much to admire, from the pulsing analogue motifs and clanking drum machine percussion of "Cable 54" and semi-ambient gorgeousness of "Poly Evolver #1", to the thumping, industrial-influenced modular throb of "Poly Evolver #2". Arguably best of all, though, are his two hook-ups with Jeroen. Choose between the flitting electronic melodies, snappy beats and dreamy chords of "Prototype", and the drowsy, EBM-goes-Detroit brilliance of "Ama Driver".
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Lushlyfe II
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Lushlyfe II (12" in silk-screened sleeve)
Cat: RHD 024JGCZ. Rel: 01 Feb 16
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Sweet Dreams (7:46)
  2. Yethuga (6:48)
  3. Sus (3:25)
  4. Bol (5:58)
Review: Jordan "Jordash" Czamanski doesn't put out many solo records, but when he does, they tend to be rather special. Certainly, that was the case with Lushlyfe EP, the Rush Hour released collection of ambient and experimental downtempo recordings he put out in April 2015. This follow-up is, if anything, even better. He begins with the drowsy ambience and watery sound effects of "Sweet Dreams" - a kind of experimental, instrumental lullaby - before capturing the weary confusion of early morning stumbles back from the party on the soothing, guitar-laden "Yetghua". Even better is the oddly exotic, jazz-flecked fluidity of "Sus", while closer "Bol" is little less than a mood-enhancing horizontal treat.
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Matteo Sola Rhythm Of Life T-Shirt (large, beige)
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Cat: 582188 Rel: 21 Dec 15
 
Matteo Sola designed t-shirt with Rhythm Of Life design - black on beige
Notes: A tribute to James Mason's masterpiece,"Rhythm Of Life". High quality cotton shirt featuring hand drawn artwork from Italian designer, Matteo Sola. Limited run...
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The Digital Afterlife
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Cat: RHD 030JAMAL. Rel: 01 Aug 16
Deep House
  1. The Digital Afterlife (14:51)
  2. Arras (instrumental version) (7:39)
  3. Akashic Energies (6:07)
Review: In case you don't know - and we'd be disappointed in you if you didn't, Jamal Moss is the real name of Hieroglyphic Being. This guy is perhaps the most influential and talented man showcasing true Chicago house these days, and whether you like his frenzied, distorted approach or not, you cannot say that he doesn't make interesting music. In fact, this latest EP for Rush Hour is the perfect balance between sanity and insanity, a sort of crossroads where the formal and the informal sides of dance music meet and share one driving motion. Rolling analogue beats spew out of grainy, morphing synthesizer chords that are eaten up by new alien sounds with every turn of the 4/4. It's another slice of HB brain dynamite and, as usual, this is golden material for those who want to make people move and for those who want to impress with something a little odder and more daring.
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PolyfonikDizko
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Cat: RHM 012. Rel: 15 Dec 14
Deep House
  1. PolyfonikDizko
  2. Stress
Review: It's been a while since we last heard from Beau Wanzer and Melvin Oliphant's Mutant Beat Dance project. Here, they follow up 2012 and 2013 releases for L.I.E.S and Light Sounds Dark with a typically pulsating 12" for Rush Hour. They opt for a dark and maudlin acid vibe on "Polyfonikdizko", with undulating acid lines and clandestine electronics riding a pulsating (if surprisingly deep) drum machine groove and pitch-black arpeggio bass. Better still is "Stress", an '80s electro/synth wave/Italo/acid house hybrid built around rising and falling electronics, tough beats and murky new wave synths.
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New Aural Discourse
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Cat: RHM 025. Rel: 27 Feb 17
Techno
  1. Ontologic
  2. A Sense Of Finitude
  3. Code
  4. Transmatting
It's Gonna Be Alright
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Cat: RHRSS 14. Rel: 30 Mar 15
Deep House
  1. It's Gonna Be Alright (No More Pain mix) (6:51)
  2. It's Gonna Be Alright (Gonna Be Alright mix) (6:14)
  3. It's Gonna Be Alright (Cliff Deep Flute mix) (6:20)
  4. It's Gonna Be Alright (Rio Beats) (4:27)
  5. It's Gonna Be Alright (The Vox) (1:12)
Review: The latest subject of Rush Hour's archival intentions is No Pain, a one off alias from New York house produce Kevin (or Cevin as he preferred to be known) Fisher. Originally released in 1993 through the Hardtrax label, It's Gonna Be Alright is one of those classic late night house records, with deep and moody tribal production the perfect foil for some superb vocals from the unheralded C-7. Original copies are that extortionate but it's nice to see Rush Hour celebrate one of their favourite records from the era with a fully licensed and remastered reissue. There are five different mixes here, which all offer a subtle variation and each will work the floor like you need them too - the superbly titled Cliff Deep Flute mix is our pick though.
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Skyfire
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Skyfire (7") (1 per customer)
Cat: RHSTOREJPN 1. Rel: 09 May 16
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Skyfire (5:13)
  2. Live Hard, Live Free (4:28)
Theater Of A Confused Mind
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Cat: RHM 013. Rel: 27 Oct 14
Techno
  1. Out Of Control
  2. Code Urgent
  3. For Only You
  4. Battle For Space
  5. Inner City Circus
  6. All Together
  7. My Own Shadow
  8. All Of A Sudden
Review: Terrence Dixon's announcement of plans to retire from techno with immediate effect earlier this year have typically gone without any further explanation, though it's been heartening to see his final round of projects surface over the course of 2014. Having already committed a killer Population One 12" to Metroplex, Dixon delivers another fitting parting shot in this LP for Rush Hour, who took their name from his classic Pop One production "Rush Hour". Theater Of A Confused Mind is a powerful statement from Dixon, expanding on the sci-fi themes of previous Population One material and posing several cryptic questions. Dixon's own voice introduces the album on "Out Of Control" and as matters progress those trademark queasy lines of melody begin to take control - "Inner City Circus" being a stand out of this set.
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The Move
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The Move (12")
Cat: RHM 024. Rel: 19 Dec 16
Techno
  1. The Move (5:44)
  2. The Move (Orlando Voorn mix) (7:35)
Played by: Daniel Andréasson
Beletronic
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Beletronic (12" repress) (1 per customer)
Cat: RHRSS 22. Rel: 20 Feb 17
Balearic/Downtempo
  1. Hiwa (3:24)
  2. Paco (3:15)
  3. Zouklove (5:38)
Review: There was much excitement surrounding Granit Records' recent reissue of Claude Rodap's sole album, 1982's synthesizer-heavy fusion of traditional Martinique styles and (then) contemporary electronic music, Syn-Ka. Now Rush Hour is getting in on the act, issuing three more obscure Rodap productions - this time made around the turn of the Millennium - on vinyl for the first time. There's naturally plenty to enjoy, from the rainforest melodies, spacey synth-bass and gentle tropical rhythms of "Hiwa", to the glistening, guitar-laden Caribbean Balerica of closer "Zouklove". The track that sits in between, the denser, jazzier, solo heavy "Paco", is also superb.
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Animal
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Animal (2xLP)
Cat: RH 118 LP. Rel: 04 Jun 12
Deep House
  1. Another Sign
  2. A Choice Named Joyce
  3. The Architect
  4. Colors & Colours
  5. Brain Soup
  6. Shells
  7. Water Castle
  8. Night Falls
  9. Animal
  10. Autosea
  11. Swing Home
  12. Deja Vu
Osirion
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Osirion (12")
Cat: RHM 022. Rel: 06 Jun 16
Techno
  1. Osirion (9:09)
  2. Primus (8:24)
Review: Given his reputation for pioneering techno in the Netherlands in the '90s, it is no surprise a broad range of labels are looking to work with Steve Rachmad. Not soon after the man known as Sterac contributed a pair of remixes to an Aera 12" on the mighty Innervisions, Rachmad's earlier material is the subject of a reissue 12" on home turf titans Rush Hour. It's his mid-'90s work for Dutch techno label 100% Pure that is the focus of the Amsterdam operation's attentions here, specifically the cuts "Osirion" and "Primus." Issued together on a '96 12" on 100% Pure, both these tracks are not as widely feted as Sterac classics from the same era like "Sitting On Clouds" but they do demonstrate Rachmad's innate mastery of the Motor City sound. Remastered for 2016, they sound just as fresh some 20 years on!!
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Tryin To Survive
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Tryin To Survive (limited white vinyl LP)
Cat: RHRSS 13. Rel: 17 Apr 17
 
Disco/Nu-Disco
Prescription: Word Sound & Power
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Ron TRENT/VARIOUS
Prescription: Word Sound & Power (unmixed 2xCD + MP3 download code)
Cat: RHRSS 020CD. Rel: 13 Mar 17
Deep House
  1. Chez Damier & Ron Trent - "Morning Factory"
  2. Ron & Chez Damier - "Don't Try It"
  3. Ron Trent - "Pop, Dip & Spin"
  4. Ron Trent - "Energy" (previously unreleased)
  5. Chez Damier & Ron Trent - "Sometimes I Feel Like"
  6. Angora - "Enchantment"
  7. Ron Trent - "I Feel The Rhythm"
  8. Ron Trent & Anthony Nicholson - "Soul Samba Express"
  9. USG - "Life 4 Living" (feat Monica Elam)
  10. Ron Trent - "Space Ridims"
  11. Chez Damier & Ron Trent - "Foot Therapy"
  12. Konfusion Kidzz - "On My Mind"
  13. Ron Trent - "Morning Fever"
  14. Ani - "Love Is The Message (For Those Who Didn't Hear It)"
  15. World, Sky & Universes - "The Answer"
  16. Ron Trent - "Black Magic Woman" (feat Harry Dennis - previously unreleased)
  17. Noni - "Be My"
  18. Chez N Trent - "The Choice"
  19. Ron Trent - "History" (previously unreleased)
  20. Ron Trent & Chez Damier - "The Meaning"
Review: During the 1990s, Chez Damier and Ron Trent's Prescription Records did more than any other label to define the sound of Chicago deep house. The label's reputation is such that it's still talked about in hushed tones, with lesser-known back catalogue nuggets remaining in-demand items with DJs and record collectors. This superb, double-disc compilation from Rush Hour tells the story of the label, gathering together both much-played underground anthems (Trent and Damier's "Morning Factory" and "The Choice", the proto-boompty-via-St Germain jazz-house of Angora's "Enchantment", and so on) and sought-after selections. Thrillingly, the collection also boasts a trio of previously unreleased Ron Trent cuts, all of which are superb.
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Surinam Funk Force
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VARIOUS
Surinam Funk Force (unmixed CD)
Cat: RHMC 002CD. Rel: 12 Sep 16
Funk
  1. Steve Watson - "Born To Boogie"
  2. Jam Band 80 - "Jammin'" (with The Jam Band)
  3. Sonny Khoeblal - "Craziest"
  4. Errol De La Fuente - "Happiness"
  5. Sumy - "The Funky "G" (Only Comes At Night)"
  6. Explosion - "Wakka Mang"
  7. Eddie Tailor - "Love Dance"
  8. Ronald Snijders - "Kaseko Attack"
  9. Astaria - "Jamasa Roro"
  10. Sound Track Orchestra & Silvy - "Tirsa Song"
  11. Cyntia - "Jhoom Le"
  12. Langa Langa - "Freedom Is The Thing"
Review: Back in 2012, Rush Hour boss Antal Heitlager put together a sublime collection of obscure Surinamese disco and boogie for sister label Kindred Spirits. Four years on, and with assistance from Thomas Gesthuizen, he presents the follow-up, Surinam Funk Force. Predictably, it's another fine set full of surprise gems and barely-known classics. While some tracks sound authentically American (see the deep and harmonious brilliance of Steve Watson's "Born To Boogie", and Surinam scene stalwart Sumy's eccentric, synth-laden "The Funky 'G' (Only Comes At Night)", some of the most potent cuts lean more heavily on traditional Surinamese music. In this camp you'll find the thrilling funk of Explosion's "Wakka Mang", and the off-kilter tropical disco-funk of Ronald Snijders' "Kaseko Attack".
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In My World
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Cat: RHM 017CD. Rel: 14 Mar 16
Techno
  1. Turn Left Right Here
  2. Space Age
  3. Let Me Lead The Way
  4. Goon (Entire Kickless) (feat Trish Van Eynde)
  5. Anti Political
  6. At Last
  7. Chicago By Night
  8. Predator's Cave
  9. The Swamp
  10. In My World
Review: Since releasing his first album for 14 years in 2013, Dutch techno veteran Orlando Voorn has been almost unstoppable. This is his third album in as many years, and may well be his strongest set to date. From the start, it's a blindingly colourful, vibrant and melodious affair, with distinct tropical, jazz, new age and heavy electro influences adding extra depth and interest to his Motor City techno template. Highlights are pleasingly plentiful, from the spacey, bittersweet depth of "Chicago By Night" and hip-hop influenced IDM bounce of "In My World", to the spine-tingling beauty of "Anti Political", and warehouse-friendly carnival warmth of "Goon Entire Kickless".
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Vibes New & Rare Music 2 Part 1
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Rick WILHITE/VARIOUS
Cat: RHM 010.1. Rel: 26 May 14
Deep House
  1. Josh Milan - "Electro Dreams"
  2. Jon Easley - "Lemon Lime"
  3. Jovonn - "Ruff"
  4. Norm Talley & Rick Wilhite - "30 Years Later"
  5. TJ Dumas - "Gin Gimlet 3 Cherries"
  6. Sean Tate - "A Matter Of Pain"
  7. K-Alexi - "I Am N Lust"
Review: Yes The Godson is back doing his thing for Rush Hour! Detroit legend Rick Wilhite first put his compiling skills to play for the Amsterdam empire back in 2010 with the excellent Vibes New & Rare Music, an 11-track release that celebrated the role the esteemed selector and producer played in moulding local Detroit tastes as the head of the Vibes New & Rare Music record store. Theo Parrish, Glenn Underground and Marcellus Pittman all contributed, whilst the compilation also worked as a platform to introduce newer names such as Kyle Hall and Ricardo Miranda. A second volume is most welcome and expands Wilhite's remit to include music by producers from Detroit, Chicago and New York. The first of two double 12" editions kicks off with a sublime production from Blaze's Josh Milan and doesn't let up on the heat, with Jovonn, K Alexi and a collaborative cut from Wilhite and Norm Talley amongst the highlights.
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Vibes New & Rare Music 2 Part 2
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Rick WILHITE/VARIOUS
Cat: RHM 010.2. Rel: 01 Sep 14
Deep House
  1. Moodymann - "Momma"
  2. Sean Tate - "A Matter Of Honor" (Wilhite remix)
  3. Los Hermanos - "It's The Future"
  4. DJ Stingray - "Temporary Bond"
  5. TJ Dumas & Raybone Jones - "Runnin 2 U"
  6. Rick & Calvin - "Memories Analia"
  7. Orlando Voorn - "The Recipe"
  8. K-Alexi - "Head Banger"
Review: Vibes New & Rare Music 2 reaches it's conclusion here as Rush Hour drop the second and final double vinyl helping of the Rick Wilhite curated compilation with a suitably high profile cast of contributors involved. If you checked Part One which dropped earlier this year, you'll know Wilhite has expanded the remit to include producers from Chicago and New York - and if you didn't check it what's wrong with you! Any compilation that starts with an exclusive cut from Moodymann is gonna be good, and the dusty, disjointed "Momma" sets the tone quality wise for what follows. The Godson himself delivers a thunderous, stripped back take on "A Matter of Honour" by Sean Tate and this dukes it out with the apocalyptic electro of DJ Stingray and the rugged beatdown of Orlando Voorn as our favourites from this great collection.
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