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Psychic Advisor
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Cat: SMALLVILLE 49. Rel: 23 Jan 17
Deep House
  1. Makybe Diva - "Untitled" (7:42)
  2. Snad - "Excerptz" (6:27)
  3. L'amour Fou - "Monkeys On My Roof" (7:05)
  4. Arnaldo - "Screaming With A Blocked Nose" (7:04)
Review: In the sales notes sent to record stores, Smalleville has described this multi-artist affair as "a club night from start to finish". Certainly, the four tracks are pleasingly varied, moving from the 109 BPM bliss of Makybee Diva's untitled dream-house shuffler, to the energetic acid house/deep house fusion of "Monkeys On My Roof" by L'Amour Fou, a collaborative project whose members include the legendary David 'Move D' Moufang. Elsewhere, Arnaldo delivers a near perfect chunk of Detroit techno inspired deep house hypnotism ("Screaming With A Blocked Nose"), and Chicagoan producer Snad combines sweaty, bumpin' grooves and becalmed synthesizer motifs on the excellent "Excerptz".
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A Minor Thought
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Cat: SMALLVILLELP 11. Rel: 15 Feb 16
Deep House
  1. 123 (5:45)
  2. Alone (5:30)
  3. A Minor Thought (6:03)
  4. Time To Reflect (5:54)
  5. Woman To Woman (5:37)
  6. Morning Groove (5:14)
  7. Chemestry (7:34)
  8. Unshaped (5:35)
Review: While Moomin may have been one of Smallville's most consistent artists, he's not released that much for the Hamburg imprint in recent times. A Minor Thought is his second full-length, and first since acclaimed 2011 debut The Story About You. Fans of that album will be pleased to discover A Minor Thought picks up where it's predecessor left off, with the producer laying down a series of opaque deep house jams rich with live instrumentation, jazzy samples, delicious musical touches and interesting ideas. Highlights are plentiful, from the loose-limbed grooves, dreamy pads and snaking clarinet lines of "Morning Groove" and effortlessly whimsical "Alone", to the tech-tinged loveliness of "Chemistry" and jazz-flecked bliss of "You Neva Know".
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Mehris Mood
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Cat: SMALLVILLE 037. Rel: 24 Mar 14
Deep House
  1. Mehris Mood
  2. Friends
  3. Cherry Jams
Review: Smallville Records follow that excellent STL long player by ushering in the welcome return of Christopher Rau for his first release of note on the Hamburg label since his second LP Two back in 2012. Rau has of course remained relatively busy in this interim period with some records for the likes of Office, Junkyard and Derive Schallplatten, but it's always a pleasure to see a SMALLVILLE cat no attached to his name. The three track Mehris Mood is as dreamy and abstracted as you would expect; the title track for example contains enough bump to drive any dancefloor but the hi hats are caked in fuzz and there's the most sumptuous set of chords at the core. "Friends" is similarly hypnotic, the emphasis of the production weaving between rhythm and melody with aplomb, but "Cherry Jam" might just be the best thing here. Drums and key samples appear to poised in diametrically opposite directions, given the track a curious groove that's reminiscent of so much Chris Rau.
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Yamato
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Yamato (12")
Cat: SMALLVILLE 47. Rel: 30 May 16
Deep House
  1. Yamato (7:11)
  2. Odd Regrets (6:33)
  3. Just For You (7:26)
  4. Early Korn (5:22)
Review: Christopher Rau's latest outing on Smallville - his sixth in total, including two albums - is a particularly jolly affair, boasting a quartet of tried-and-tested cuts. There's something extra-cheery about opener "Yamato", where jammed-out organ riffs combine perfectly with a darting synth bassline and unfussy drum machine hits. "Odd Regrets" is a sweatier deep house drum jam, while "Just For You" reinvents rave-era piano house for the bass music generation. Finally, "Early Korn" is a picturesque and hazy deep house jam full of tumbling melodies and chiming electronics. All four tracks are excellent, suggesting that this is an EP that may stay in your record box for a while.
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Flocking Behaviour
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Cat: SMALLVILLECD 09. Rel: 07 Jul 14
Deep House
  1. Where Days Begin
  2. Treehouse
  3. Under A Waterfall
  4. Hey You
  5. Sun & Stars
  6. Flocking Behaviour
  7. Cheetah Nights
  8. All The Things You Are
Review: Given that he put out his first 12" back in 2009, Smallville co-founder Julius Steinhoff's debut album has been a long time coming. You can forgive him for biding his time - particularly given his workload - especially when the results are this effortlessly stylish. The Hamburg based producer seemingly isn't that interested in pandering to the dancefloor - though the rubbery, ethereal "Hey You" is underpinned by particularly bumpin' drums - and instead delivers a set of bubbling deep house tracks oozing with melody, warmth and atmosphere. For the most part, it's a seductive set, with only the clattering Chicago percussion and Mr Fingers-ish melodic bliss of "Cheetah Nights" flipping the script.
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At Disconnected Moments
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Cat: SMALLVILLECD 08. Rel: 10 Feb 14
Techno
  1. Scuba's Motion Dub
  2. One Day
  3. Neurotransmitting Clouds On A Secret Freeway
  4. Space Cats
  5. Amelie’s Dub
  6. Silent State
  7. Good Wine
  8. Ghostly Ambit
  9. Over & Out
Review: A new album from Stefan Laubner under his STL moniker isn't exactly a rare occurrence; At Disconnected Moments is his 14th album as STL, adding to the glut of long players and CDrs the producer has released under his own name and as Lunatik Sound System. However, arriving on Smallville it represents the first STL long player to be released on a label other than Laubner's own Something operation. It also happens to be one of his most engaging and well rounded listens for some time, with the likes of the chunky "Scuba's Motion Dub", the blissful "One Day" and frantic mood of "Amelie's Dub" all proving particularly robust. Highly recommended.
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Sensing Fly By Chances
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Cat: SMALLVILLE 51. Rel: 03 Apr 17
Techno
  1. Thing In The Mirraw (7:16)
  2. Fade The Sun (7:56)
  3. Psi Fy Robot (11:25)
Review: Under the now familiar STL alias, Stephan Laubner has made all manner of aural treats, flitting between labels that suit his various sonic voyages into dub techno and deep house. Here he presents his first EP on Smallville for two years, kicking off with the trippy organ lines, clandestine audio textures and woodblock-fired deep house beats of "Thing In The Mirraw". He makes merry with manipulated vocal samples, angular drum machine hits and intergalactic electronics on the spacey curio that is "Fade In The Sun", before channeling the spirits of Pepe Bradock and Ricardo Villalobos on the wonky deep house hypnotism of flipside "PsiFy Robot".
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Smallville Ways: 10 Years
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Cat: SMALLVILLECD 10. Rel: 12 Oct 15
Deep House
  1. STL - "Leaving Peaceful"
  2. Christopher Rau - "Rg In El Casa"
  3. Moomin - "I Whisper A Prayer"
  4. Kornel Kovacs - "Space Jam"
  5. Smallpeople - "Cricket Orchestra"
  6. L'Amour Fou - "Da'An"
  7. Jacques Bon - "Tribute To You"
  8. Lawrence - "Dawn 808"
  9. Juniper - "Variations In Grey"
  10. RVDS & RAU - "Umbe Data"
  11. Tilman Tausandfreund - "A Man Under The Influence"
Review: It's a decade since the Smallville Records store opened in Hamburg, with the now famous label of the same name launching a year later. To celebrate this achievement, the deep house institution has put together an 11-track collection featuring brand new material from a hand picked bunch of label stalwarts. Predictably, there's much to enjoy, from the loose, organic rhythms and dusty melodies of Moomin's "I Whisper A Prayer" and the dreamy chug of Smallpeople's "Cricket Orchestra", to the instrumental synth-pop-goes-deep house of Jacques Bon's "Tribute To You", and the impeccable Motor City futurism of Juniper's "Variations In Grey" (an ironic title, given that it's amongst the compilation's most colourful compositions).
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