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Werkschau

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Format: unmixed CD
Cat: BPC 227CD
Released: 27 Jan 11
Genre: Minimal/Tech House

Tracklist
Side 1
1. Cormac - "The Present"
2. Ellen Allien - "The Kiss"
3. We Love - "Harmony Of The Spheres"
4. Dillon & Coma - "Amining For Destrction"
5. Agf/Delay - "Most Beautiful Kill"
6. Timtim - "How We Moove"
7. Sascha Kunke - "Hiddensee"
8. Kiki & Lenz - "Morning Maniacs"
9. Zander VT - "Gotta Look Up To Get Down"
10. Jahcoozi - "Day In Day Out"
11. Mr Statik - "Sinphony" (feat The Boy)
12. Aerea Negrot - "Deutsche Werden"
13. Thomas Muller - "West"
14. Chaim - "The Country"
15. Paul Kalkbrenner - "Platscher"
16. Mark Broom - "Refund"
17. Telefon Tel Aviv - "The Sky Is Black" (feat Robin Guthrie)
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Review

If two years ago you'd said to even the most open-minded BPitch Control fan that the diverse label would be putting out soulful torch songs in 2011, they would have questioned your sanity. However, that's exactly what's happened. On Werkschau, the latest compilation from Ellen Allien's Berlin imprint, the centrepiece is the smoky, seductive soul of Jahcoozi's "Day In, Day Out". It's not an aberration: the other highlights here are characterised by a focus on deeply personal contributions. Be it the muffled vocals on Chaim's dub techno, Sascha Funke's unforgettably melodic techno poem, "Hiddensee" or Kiki & Lenz and Zander VT's explorations of disco-fuelled, vocal-led house on "Morning Maniacs" and "Gotta Look Up To Get Down" respectively, every shared experience is worth its weight in gold.

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