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There's been a fair amount of hype about this first EP on Sleazy Beats new Black Ops offshoot, and it's not hard to see why. From perennial deep house fave Frank Brooker, it offers up a variety of quality deep house flavours, all with just the faintest hint of loose-limbed disco-funk. Check, for example, the hustling electro pianos and clipped guitars of "Out West", or the cut glass strings and dense percussion of "Credit"; both take deep house/disco fusion in a breezy new direction. Best of all, though, is the beatdown-goes-deep soul vibes of "The Sun", which is every bit as gorgeous as you'd expect.
Dane (Common Edit), JimmyTheTwin, Tal Stef, Aaron Dae (Razor-N-Tape), The Last Trip To Gandahar, TiTo (Troubled Kids Records), Keep Schtum, Curt J, Tarjei Nygard, Closed Paradise, Watson, Superbreak, Martin Haberland, Mike W - Kolour LTD, Lusty Zanzibar, Frank Booker, Suonho, Cottam, Osmose, Duff Disco, The Ivory Boy, Sleazy Beats Recordings, M.ono & Luvless, Moustache Love, Sccucci Manucci, DISCOSHIT!, 78 Edits, Mat Chiavaroli, Mitchell Goor, Glenview Records Inc, The Legendary 1979 Orchestra, Djs: Most Charted - Deep House, Young Adults, Heion, Martin Hayes (Rose Records), Ben La Desh, Box Aus Holz Records
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