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Hundred Flowers EP
Cat: HAZE 009. Rel: 13 Dec 18
Deep House
  1. Hundred Flowers Groove (6:45)
  2. Blo A Wish (9:34)
  3. The Twirler (6:57)
  4. The Twirler (Central remix) (8:36)
Review: This time last year, Discwoman member Cindy Li AKA Ciel made her debut on Shanti Celeste's Peach Discs imprint via the hugely impressive "Electrical Encounters EP". The Toronto producer is in fine form on this belated follow-up, which also marks her first outing on Coastal Haze. Li hits the ground running with "Hundred Flowers Groove", a wonderfully percussive jack-track full of heavy sub-bass, picturesque electronic melodies and densely layered drums, before drifting towards ultra-deep ambient house territory via the hypnotic bliss of "Blo A Wish". Over on Side B, it's all about "The Twirler", a rhythmically complex trip into hazy broken house/deep electro fusion that's also given a smoother 4-4 house makeover in the shape of the evocative and emotionally rich "Central Remix".
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Played by: Eddie C, Roberto S, Fede Lng
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Smoking Is Bad For You Too
  1. Isabella - "Spun Out" (7:15)
  2. Ciel - "Bad Luck Comes In 3s" (Lucky version) (6:56)
  3. Hiroko Yamamura - "Babyayez" (5:58)
  4. Experimental Housewife & Bilagaana - "Free Ends" (7:05)
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Needs 007
Needs 007 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: NNFP 007. Rel: 11 May 20
Deep House
  1. Telephones - "Groundshaker/Lightbreaker" (Pulse mix) (7:46)
  2. Ciel - "Faye Wong Plays The Strings" (6:19)
  3. Al Wootton - "Raphael" (5:44)
  4. Eliphino - "It's Hard To Say" (5:52)
Review: Charitable acts carry more significance than ever right now, and Needs are on hand with another instalment in their brilliantly curated series to give something to those in need while also presenting some wonderful, exclusive music. This one leads in with a truly uplifting blast of sunshine from Telephones before dropping into the edgy, swinging tech-funk of Ciel's "Faye Wong Plays The Strings". Al Wootton is on point with another of his fresh and dynamic twists on the soundsystem blueprint, with a dubby, percussive vibe that should appeal to those who miss proper dubstep. Eliphino completes the set with a squashed and feverish garage thumper that sounds like it has an iconic vocalist chopped up somewhere in the signal chain.

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