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Glenn Astro

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Throwback (2xLP)
Cat: TARTALB 005. Rel: 21 May 15
Deep House
  1. Goneville (with Max Graef) (3:24)
  2. Computerkiller (4:55)
  3. Throwback (album cut) (4:37)
  4. Shit Iz Real (1:00)
  5. Forgotten Intro (4 My Peeps) (3:12)
  6. Bochum (with IMYRMIND) (4:26)
  7. You Can't Groove (4:22)
  8. To The Beat Interloot (0:48)
  9. Still Shining (3:09)
  10. Kilometer Disco (with Max Graef) (4:46)
  11. Odland (2:45)
  12. One For Viktor (4:37)
  13. Long Live Human (One For Sveta) (2:43)
  14. A Bit Warmer (5:42)
  15. Brother T (Greetings To Rasho) (1:28)
Review: Glenn Astro drops his debut album on Denmark's Tartelet Records - home to the likes of Brandt Brauer Frick and Kenton Slash Demon - and it's a certified winner from start to finish, incorporating many different styles and influences. The opener "Goneville" features Max Graef and sounds like a J Dilla track being played by jazz instrumentalists, while "Shit Iz Real" reminds us more of the early 90's NY sound a-la KRS1. There's also more experimentally-edged numbers such as "You Can't Groove", tracks which allow this LP to not be categorised under one genre and sound very special, indeed...
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 in stock $30.31
Cat: MULEMUSIQ 222. Rel: 21 Feb 18
Deep House
  1. Sample This Intro (1:05)
  2. Der Schummler Dub (6:03)
  3. Le Troisieme Oeil (4:53)
  4. Chubble Gum (4:48)
  5. Billiger Als Umsonst
Review: Berlin deep house hero Glenn Astro returns, this time for Japan's Mule Musiq with four grooves that wear his distinct trademark all throughout: dusty, urban, hip-hop inspired jams that are all on a sampladelic tip. From the funky and swing-fuelled swagger of "Der Schummler Dub", the sexy, neon-lit late night shuffle of "Le Troisieme Oeilor" or the jagged and disorienting gallop of "Chubble Gum" - this could be Astro at his finest yet. In 2015, the 29 year old producer and DJ launched his own label: Money $ex Records, alongside Max Graef and Delfonic and also saw the release of his debut album Throwback on Tartelet Records. A collaborative album with Graef emerged in 2016 on Ninja Tune.
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Cat: AMB 1804. Rel: 27 Apr 18
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
  1. Viktor & The Quasar (feat Ajnascent) (3:40)
  2. Malaysian Moped (feat Max Graef & Knowsum) (1:48)
  3. Funky Dude (3:56)
  4. Found! (feat Ajnascent) (3:42)
  5. Ze Regal (2:47)
  6. El Gato (2:31)
  7. Blue Cheese (2:37)
  8. Magic America (3:43)
  9. RND-ARP (4:04)
  10. Oha! (4:59)
  11. Beautiful Music (feat MC Pinty) (2:48)
  12. Moo$ (2:19)
  13. Earth-Moon-Connection (3:24)
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Magic Johnson (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: ZEN 12426. Rel: 04 Dec 15
Deep House
  1. Magic Johnson (4:40)
  2. Tape Johnson (6:00)
Review: OYE crew and Berlin purveyors of dusty, hip-hop inspired deep house make their major label debut for Ninja Tune and good on them. It really is their time at present, what with their Money $ex and Box Aus Holz imprints going from strength to strength. "Magic Johnson" inspires the greatness of the song's namesake. All dusty jazz breaks, dreamy rhodes and xylophones and whirring organs are the perfect soundtrack for a Sunday stroll through Prenzlauer Berg after a night of clubbing on no sleep, finishing off in Mauerpark for falafel and record digging. Want something moodier and sleeker? The pair are on hand with the dubbed up "Tape Johnson" take on the B Side.
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Cat: ZEN 227. Rel: 27 May 16
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
  1. Intro (1:28)
  2. Where The F**k Are My Hard Boiled Eggs?! (5:00)
  3. Money $ex Theme (4:24)
  4. The Yard Work Simulator (10:27)
  5. Flat Peter (0:55)
  6. China Nr 04 (6:38)
  7. W313D (7:00)
  8. Magic Johnson (album mix) (5:25)
  9. Jumbo Frosnapper (4:27)
  10. Viktor's Blues (4:04)
Review: There's no doubt that Berliner's Max Graef and Glenn Astro are some of the biggest success stories to emerge from the deep house sound and creating their own signature style that's often copied of late, but seldom ever matched! Sure, the dusty hip-hop inspired jams are no doubt indebted to Detroit legends such as Theo Parrish or Andres but they've certainly put their own slant on it and created a new sound for the German capital to be synonymous with. Testament to their success is this LP for the legendary Ninja Tune; The Yard Work Simulator. Nearly a dozen tracks of chilled, sampledelic, MPC driven dope jams that are the perfect soundtrack for a misspent youth in Berlin this Summer. In particular check the raggedy junkyard joint that is "Where Fuck Are My Hard Boiled Eggs" or the psychedelic urban soul jam that is the title track.
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 in stock $17.87
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