||1.||"Belle Epoque" (Bellevue) (7:48)|
||2.||"Belle Epoque" (Alucidnation remix) (6:17)|
||3.||"Belle Epoque" (Ambience) (3:16)|
||1.||"Espiritu Santo" (Dance) (7:16)|
||2.||"Espiritu Santo" (Ambience) (3:24)|
Dominic Hugo Jacobson has been making music under the Modaji moniker since the late 1990's, so every time there's a new drop from the man we have complete confidence that he'll deliver the goods in fine style. We're talking house here, of course, and as deep as it can get. After all, the man deliver in broken beat back in the early 2000's, so he knows how to lay down some truth. He comes through on Utopia Records, a UK label ran by Alex Bradley, and on the A-side he's got three versions of "Belle Epoque", a beautiful slice of house music that is first coated in a layer of deep, sub harmonics on the 'Bellevue' mix, then reduced to a placid flutter of sonic waves on the 'Alucidation remix', and finally given the complete wash-over on the more balearic 'Ambience' version. "Espiritu Santo (Dance)" is a warm, glowing flush of house magic, which is followed by a magnificent ambient remix, and the sparse soundscape that is "17".
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