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The crew behind the Hizou label is rightly chuffed that they've managed to secure this two-tracker from Andres, a Detroit producer whose releases - whether aimed at deep house dancefloors or hip-hop heads - are rarely less than superb. The two tracks the label has selected are suitably strong, too. Check first A-side "All U Gotta Do Is Listen", a warm and hazy chunk of break-driven mid-tempo deep house rich in jazzy samples, swirling crowd noises, chunky bass and dewy-eyed instrumentation. Andres' vintage influences are explored further on flipside "Night Time Is The Right Time", a P-funk influenced deep house bumper whose swinging drums and elongated organ chords casually tip a wink to classic New Jersey garage.
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Now you've stopped shouting "there's a new Nick Cave album" at everyone who walks past, comes near or might possibly be in earshot it's about time we dived into the contents of the legendary troubadour's 17th studio album. Be warned, though, what lies beneath is deep and immersive enough to drown in, and even the most effective divers wouldn't find a body. A suitably morose introduction, we think. Digressions aside, "Ghosteen" is a majestic, powerful, operatic experience that will change nobody's opinion of Cave and his band, The Bad Seeds. The works are just as innovative, poignant, graceful, melancholic, euphoric and inescapable as ever. Too many adjectives? We're making no apologies. Consider the title number, if that's not too obvious a focal point. Sparse yet grandiose, narrative driven but metaphorical, organic and earthy yet making incredible use of a theremin. Almost impossibly good, sit back and let it wash over your mind.
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John Tejada - Performance Review
12"
$12.35
American techno legend John Tejada released "Performance Review" earlier this year on digital, following up his terrific '"Dead Start Program" LP on Kompakt. It now makes a welcome vinyl pressing here, with each track highlighting The Los Angeleno's artful approach to crafting grooves that blend deep origins with soulful new ground. From the emotive deep techno of the title track delivered in his idiosyncratic style, "Promo Committee" sees him do sultry deep house as heard on labels like Poker Flat over the years, and even a bit of dark and subterranean dub techno for good measure as heard on closing cut "Stack Ranking" - this is classic John Tejada all the way!
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Submarine - Fate EP
12"
$9.93
From Cologne with badness, man-of-the-moment Submarine comes correct on label-of-the-moment 1985 with his best release to date. Four tracks deep, each one reflecting just how exciting drum & bass is right now. "Fate" takes the lead with its crunchy groove and gruff 40-a-day bass grunts, "No Sleep" is a barbed drifter with an air so solemn it'll have you wearing black for the rest of your living days and "Return Of Enel" gets all snake-like in the bass department while the drum sounds flicker and morph on every 32. Finally "Pastell" closes with its purring subs and glacial pads. Coming on strong like a homage to the sound and attitude of Perez's label, it leaves you hungry for more.
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Andy Stott - It Should Be Us
DOUBLE 12"
12"
$22.54
All hail the return of Andy Stott to Modern Love. Continuing the thread he's been weaving since the seismic "Passed Me By", Stott locks into his slow and sinewy sound world and drags us with him. With tones and textures that bend and flex around disheveled beats far beyond anyone else's musical vernacular, there really is no one doing it like this guy right now. You might hear shards of familiarity trying desperately to break through, and there is certainly a very human heart at the core of this music, but there's always something utterly other-worldly shrouded in this music, and that's precisely why it's so compelling. Essential stuff, once again.
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Sepp - Dansul Lebedelor EP
12"
$10.20
Rominimal hero Bajdechi Teo aka Sepp is back, with more sublime dancefloor hypnosis that you've come to expect from the Constanta based artist - and inaugurating new Italian imprint Kiria in the process. The Uvar co-head is in fine form on the "Dansul Lebedelor" EP, featuring the totally euphoric and spaced out groove of "Intr-Un Ritm Suav" on the A side, followed by the powerful rolling main room epic "Intr-O Seara Joviala" on the flip. Imagine playing this at sunrise at the legendary Sunwaves festival.
Techno institutions in their own respective rights, James Ruskin and Tresor make for a formidable partnership. They've crossed paths before, but not much in the past 10 years. That changes in style with this adventurous EP, which finds Ruskin eschewing his more banging tendencies to explore the kind of experimental pastures he dabbled in with Mark Broom as The Fear Ratio. The beats fall dense and crooked on "Nepte" and "Kn Te3" does away with kick drums to summon energy from nerve-shot arpeggios instead. "Nocke" is possibly the pick of the bunch, with enough drive to really cut it on the floor, but the freshest twist on the electro template we've heard all week. Don't overlook the snarling synthwave nightmares of "Kn Am3" either, another beatless excursion that shows Ruskin to be at the top of his game.
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Dana Ruh - Still Vause
12"
$9.65
Previously working with Stefan Betke aka Pole on the seminal scape imprint until its closure, Barbara Preisinger went on to launch the ever reliable Slices Of Life which never fails to impress - having released some tremendous EPs over these last few years by Baaz, The Mole and legend John Tejada. Having appeared on the label's last various artist EP, Berlin deep house hero Dana Ruh takes over this entire release, bringing her idiosyncratic sound all over these three killer tracks on the "Still Vause" EP. From the swing-fuelled and dub laden bliss of "My Friendly Fire" to the low slung after hours deepness of "Takes Time" or the intricate percussion of trippy party starter "To Convince" - Ruh serves up more expertly crafted and surefire grooves once again.
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