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Hey Drum (12")
Cat: JIAOLONG 021. Rel: 18 Sep 17
Deep House
  1. Hey Drum (6:52)
  2. The Truth (6:33)
Review: Dan Snaith's 27-track Fabriclive bounty just keeps on giving. Following the likes of "Face To Face" come two more outstanding dancefloor tracks. Rough around the edges, off-the-grid, visceral yet touching, "Hey Drum" hypnotises with an almost militant feel before suddenly switching into an outrageously uplifting breakdown while "The Truth" taps into the roots of Chicago with a footloose kickdrum and warm fluctuating synths. Both absolutely kill it - which you probably already knew anyway. Most of us have been counting down the day for this vinyl release since we first heard the Fabriclive mix.
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 in stock $8.61
Joli Mai (2xLP)
Cat: JIAOLONG 022LP. Rel: 13 Nov 17
Deep House
  1. Poly (2:18)
  2. Face To Face (5:42)
  3. Carry On (3:46)
  4. Vulture (4:38)
  5. Xing Tian
  6. Vikram
  7. Tin
  8. The Truth
  9. Hey Drum
  10. Medellin
  11. Joli Mai
  12. Life's What You Make It
Review: Earlier this year, Dan Snaith raised a few eyebrows by releasing a FabricLive mix that was almost entirely made up of previously unheard Daphni productions. It's some of those 19 productions, presented in extended and fully-fledged form, that make up the bulk of Joli Mai, Snaith's second Daphni full-length. It's a far more varied and evocative set than its largely dark, percussion-heavy predecessor, variously touching on dreamy, head-in-the-clouds late night house, acid-fired, off-kilter dancefloor psychedelia, bustling Afro-house fusion, stripped-back dub disco, revivalist rave thumpers and, in the case of stunning closer "Life is What You Make It", languid instrumental bliss.
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Played by: Benjamin Fröhlich
 in stock $16.10
Joli Mai (CD)
Cat: JIAOLONG 022. Rel: 09 Oct 17
Deep House
  1. Poly
  2. Face To Face
  3. Carry On
  4. Vulture
  5. Xing Tian
  6. Vikram
  7. Tin
  8. The Truth
  9. Hey Drum
  10. Medellin
  11. Joli Mai
  12. Life's What You Make It
Review: Earlier this year, Dan Snaith raised a few eyebrows by releasing a FabricLive mix that was almost entirely made up of previously unheard Daphni productions. It's some of those 19 productions, presented in extended and fully-fledged form, that make up the bulk of Joli Mai, Snaith's second Daphni full-length. It's a far more varied and evocative set than its largely dark, percussion-heavy predecessor, variously touching on dreamy, head-in-the-clouds late night house, acid-fired, off-kilter dancefloor psychedelia, bustling Afro-house fusion, stripped-back dub disco, revivalist rave thumpers and, in the case of stunning closer "Life is What You Make It", languid instrumental bliss.
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 in stock $10.27
DAPHNI/VARIOUS
Fabriclive 93 (mixed CD)
Cat: FABRIC 186. Rel: 24 Jul 17
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Daphni - "Face To Face"
  2. Daphni - "Xing Tian"
  3. Daphni - "Carry On"
  4. Jamire Williams - "Futurism" (Daphni edit)
  5. Daphni - "Poly"
  6. Daphni - "Ten Thousand"
  7. Daphni - "Medellin"
  8. Daphni - "Hey Drum"
  9. Luther Davis Group - "You Can Be A Star" (Daphni edit)
  10. Daphni - "Try"
  11. Daphni - "Vikram"
  12. Pheeroan Ak Laff - "3 In 1" (Daphni edit)
  13. Daphni - "Listen Up"
  14. Daphni - "Tin"
  15. Daphni - "Moshi"
  16. Daphni - "Strange Bird"
  17. Container - "Dissolve" (Daphni edit)
  18. Daphni - "Joli Mai"
  19. Daphni - "Nocturne"
  20. Daphni - "So It Seems"
  21. Daphni - "Screaming Man Baby"
  22. Daphni - "Vs"
  23. Daphni - "The Truth"
  24. Daphni - "406.42 PPM"
  25. Daphni - "Always There"
  26. Daphni - "Fly Away"
  27. Daphni - "Life's What You Make It"
Review: Dan Snaith taps into an elite force of Fabric selectors such as Shackleton and Omar-S as he delivers a mix that comprises his own work. Over 23 originals and four edits, all of which previously unreleased, Dan takes us deep into his rawer, floor-focused eccentricities. Join him as he pops to angular acid house ("Try") swoons and hovers to twinkling bliss ("Moshi") and requests as jack our cheeky little faces off to the physical technoid chugs of "406.42 ppm". Climaxing with the blistering euphoria of the piano-slapping "Fly Away", this is Daphni at his most direct and daring. A future Fabric classic.
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Played by: Marsupials
 in stock $9.44
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