After the tops off house of the inaugural In Plain Sight release from the mysterious YoungTEE, Andy Blake's new label returns to the record shelves with a more familiar name at the helm. Familiar to those who remember the R&S release schedule first time round that is, with veteran Dutch producer Maarten Van Der Vleuten at the helm for two boisterous house cuts that further demonstrate the In Plain Sight's dedication to the rough and raw end of the genre. Possessing a discography and clutch of aliases that match his compatriot Legowelt, it's near impossible to include all the differing projects and styles of music Van Der Vleuten in a review (just check his Discogs page) but it's immediately easy to see why Blake would want the Dutchman on In Plain Sight. "Summer Of 909" is tough, foundation shaking body music deftly using full potential the Roland kit with hypnotising results, whilst "Magick" is a relentlessly jacking drum track poised with full on early 90s rave energy at its core.
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