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Plus One
Plus One (olive vinyl 12")
Cat: UTS 10. Rel: 02 Aug 22
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Plus One (6:50)
  2. Plus One (Leo Pol remix) (6:04)
  3. Mon Dhaba (8:01)
  4. Litmus & Black Loops - "Madonah" (7:02)
Review: Aussie minimal house explorer Litmus has been on the rise for some time, thanks in no small part to a zeitgeist-capturing sound that tends towards the smooth, spacey and funk-fuelled. You'll find no greater example of that personal production style than the title track of this EP for Up The Stuss. Its combination of bold, ear-catching bass, ricocheting vocal samples, loose-limbed tech-house drums and immersive pads is both evocative and addictive. Leo Pol delivers a tougher, more driving revision of 'Plus One' full of old school piano riffs and distorted acid bass, before Litmus pushes the sub-bass up and reaches for intergalactic electronics on 'Mon Dhaba'. If you're after a more summery, deep house flavoured number, his EP-closing hook-up with Black Loops has you covered.
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 in stock $13.31
SGTLTD 05 (12")
Cat: SGTLTD 05. Rel: 23 Jul 18
Deep House
  1. Timo - "Pilar" (6:24)
  2. Loy - "Ravisher" (7:39)
  3. Litmus - "Shoelace" (7:55)
  4. Hyacin - "Hayzy" (7:12)
Review: A matter of weeks have passed since Signatune's fourth V/A dispatch and they're already packing more fresh heat. London's Timo makes his label debut with a springy Rob Mello / MFF style jack while Loy follows up his "Carouse" EP with another smouldering, Tyrant style heads down affair. Flip for Litmus's tightly coiled almost microhouse style jack where every vocal chop adds a whole new sense of character while kindred spirit Hyacin makes his debut with the much more cosmic, slinky workout that's not dissimilar to Silver City in their 2020 prime. Dope.
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 in stock $10.35
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