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On this second, more expansive sampler for his forthcoming album Spaces & Places, Kerri Chandler treats us to tracks inspired by - and by the wonders of mobile recording technology, produced inside - clubs including Dublin's District 8, Glasgow institution Sub Club, Lux of Lisbon and NYC's Output. Of course, the standard is uniformly high throughout - it's classic Chandler from start to finish - but our picks of a very fine bunch include the soulful piano house shimmer of 'Change Your Mind', the thrusting, bass-heavy pump of 'Subbie (Rattle The Subbie Mix)', the effortlessly slick and soulful 'Tenacity (Full Vocal Mix)' and the ludicrously sub-heavy snap of 'See The Light (Dub)'. To borrow an old cliche, this is very much, 'all killer, no filler'.
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Wolfsheim - The Sparrows & The Nightingales
Wolfsheim was a German synthpop outfit formed in 1987 in Hamburg, comprised of Peter Heppner and Marcus Reinhardt. They split in 2009, said to be due to personal differences caused by the solo activities of Heppner who had become a popular vocalist collaborating with the likes of Paul Van Dyk, Nena and Schiller. Their haunting first single 'The Sparrows And The Nightingales' was originally released in 1991 and is a classic among the more goth-y types, having also been reissued on Dark Entries a while back (this one's courtesy of Basic Mix/Blanco Y Negro Music) as well as receiving a remix in 2006 by master of all things pitch black - Ancient Methods.
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Kennedy - Dream 2
Dutch DJ/producer Kennedy returns with another installment in the Dream series, on his Dream Machine imprint no less. This second musical manifestation is the latest in a unique series of thoughts, sensations and sounds occurring from his mind, translated by machines. On the A side we have some serious hi-tech jazz in the form of 'Lifeforms' strongly taking its cues from the Underground Resistance style of Detroit techno. Over on the flip, the interstellar journey into hi-tech soul continues with the evocative 'Orbit' where a rich tapestry of visceral pads play centre stage, underpinned by syncopated 313 style rhythms. Tip!
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Massiande - Dreams
Massiande hails from Chile and has become one of the most captivating talents South America has produced for authentic house music. His latest comes courtesy of Milan's Groovin' imprint; the Dreams EP features the spiritual, second wave Chicago sounds of 'The Original Man', followed by more Chi-town influence on the emotive Mr Finger's tribute 'Everything'. Over on the flip, we were really feeling the glassy-eyed and bittersweet reflections of 'Deeply' as well.
A nice one this week from the ever reliable Razor N Tape out of NYC by label chief J Kriv, on the late night boogie-down vibe of 'Something Else' featuring totally electrifying vocals by Brandon Markell Holmes. Also featured is the low-slung disco heater 'Try Again' featuring Phenomenal Handclap Band and another irresistible vocal courtesy of Nic Hanson on side A. On the flip, it's all about 'Shoulda Been Me' (feat Toribio) which receives a spiritual deep house rework by the one-and-only Alton Miller that's worth the admission alone. Tip!
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Wax - No 80008
The latest installment in Hard Wax stalwart Rene Pawlovitz's seminal Wax series has arrived, showcasing once again the esteemed producer's style of purist Berlin techno, that's often imitated but never matched. On this one (80008) we have two dub versions; the A side is an icy excursion into the deep complete with meandering dub chords, long echo trails and clipped rhythms, followed by a minimal redux on the flip.
Ben Pest - General Maintenance EP
Sheffield's Parallax Unknown returns this week with some high calibre computer funk. On side A of this one you have the party rockin', booty-bass shenanigans of 'Fantasies' featuring samples from rapper Ludacris, while over on the flip things take a darker turn on the dystopian beats of 'UGOTME' followed by a 'euphorique' rework by Canadian D Tiffany - with the added vocals of the ultimate pop diva.

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