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Your Good Times Are Here EP
Cat: SNF 069. Rel: 26 Nov 21
Deep House
  1. Your Good Times Are Here (6:47)
  2. I Know You Feel Sad (2:03)
  3. Yeh Good, You? (3:58)
  4. Mutual Disappointment Is A Terrible Thing (3:25)
Review: It has been hard to keep up with the high rate of - high quality - relates from the Shall Not Fade camp this year. They have covered plenty of stylistic ground and now offer up a bit of everything from the ever relabel London-based producer Lawrence Guy. His today 10" opens with a big bit of celebratory, hands in the air house. 'Your Good Times Are Here' has subtle acid, happy chords and driving drums that all equate to a breezy and feel good dynamic. 'I Know You Feel Sad' is a sombre interlude with heartbroken chords and vocal snippets next to lingering trumpet motifs and 'Yeh Good, You?' then gets back to building good house vibes. A second tender piece comes in the form of 'Mutual Disappointment Is A Terrible Thing' and its plaintive pianos.
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Saw You For The First Time
Cat: CHURCH 012. Rel: 03 Aug 21
Deep House
  1. Intro (3:25)
  2. Gone (feat Contours) (5:42)
  3. Wichita Falls (6:33)
  4. Claudi (2:56)
  5. Anchor (feat Ishmael) (4:50)
  6. Saw You For The First Time (6:44)
  7. Stray (4:12)
  8. Drum Is A Woman (feat Steve Spacek) (4:00)
  9. Orchard Road (3:11)
  10. WLYB (6:37)
Review: Having set his stall out via a string of quietly impressive singles over the last two years, deep house producer Laurence Guy is ready to unleash his debut album. Saw You For The First Time is a typically rich and hazy affair, with the Church regular making use of various dusty, jazz-flecked samples and analogue-sounding electronic instruments across a ten-track set that mixes rolling, club-ready fare with occasional bouts of downtempo introspection (see "Claudi", "Into" and the deliciously saucer-eyed "Orchard Road"). Guy makes great use of guest vocalist Steve Spacek on the sumptuous space jazz warmth of "Drum is a Woman", while Ishmael makes his presence felt on "Anchor", where twinkling pianos and dreamy chords ride a fluid, floor-friendly deep house groove.
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Mutual Excitement Is A Wonderful Thing EP
Cat: SNF 057. Rel: 30 Apr 21
Deep House
  1. Love Theme For The Morning After (6:16)
  2. Mutual Excitement Is A Wonderful Thing (4:55)
  3. Certain (To A Certain Extent) (4:07)
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Mutual Excitement Is A Wonderful Thing EP (B-STOCK)
Cat: SNF 057 (B-STOCK). Rel: 30 Apr 21
Deep House
  1. Love Theme For The Morning After
  2. Mutual Excitement Is A Wonderful Thing
  3. Certain (To A Certain Extent)
 in stock $8.48
Why Do Cowboys Never Die In The East?
Cat: MULEMUSIQ 246. Rel: 23 Oct 19
Deep House
  1. Why Do Cowboys Never Die In The East? (12:28)
  2. The One Where I Like The Vocals (6:37)
  3. Dissociation In The Car Park At Sainsburys (6:39)
Review: London-based producer Laurence Guy returns to Japanese label Mule Musiq to follow up last year's wonderful "All I See Is Her" EP. More sublime and dreamy mood music of the deeper persuasion featured here, from the skippy/looped-up melancholia of glassy-eyed epic "Why Do Cowboys Never Die In The East?" (13 minutes of pure bliss if we've ever heard one) to quality B side offerings: the UK-style jazzy broken beat of "The One Where I Like The Vocals" and EP highlight "Dissociation In The Car Park At Sainsbury's" - the humorous name covers up an entirely sombre and introspective affair, where woozy and meandering chords support brittle and dusty rhythms - just grasping for a small moment of hope.
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Played by: Corbi, Goddard, CHEZZ, Fouk
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