||1.||"Dance Exotique" (6:12)|
||2.||"Why Don't You?" (5:08)|
||1.||"Tick Tack" (5:06)|
||2.||"Bi Bop A Lula" (4:57)|
||3.||"Moment Metal" (4:04)|
Philip Demuth aka Rutes bursts through the scene with an EP for Sascha Mambo's Guillaume De Bois' Macadam Mambo, so its fingers on the pulse, and ears wide open on our end. The label has been amongst our favourites over the last three years, and we respect the fact that they only put out quality gear, leaving the hype for others. "Dance Exotique", as the name implies, is a deep and mystical journey through throbbing percussion and Eastern voices, but "Why Don't You?" moves to murkier, more funked-out territories that only hint at the present of house. On the B-side, this excellent - and warmly recommended - EP transports the listener through shades of forward-thinking boogie on "Tick Tack", and melodic, DDR-themed pseudo house with "Bi Bop A Lula". Quality.
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