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Rotate Freely (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: AMR 35R. Rel: 29 Jun 15
Deep House
  1. Malcolm Moore - "They Just Don't Know You" (5:53)
  2. Natan H - "Crusin'" (5:55)
  3. Chicago Skyway - "Ungentle Into The Good Night" (5:13)
  4. Mick Welch - "Tetra Hi" (6:33)
Review: After some downtime for the first half of the year, long running Californian label Altered Moods Recordings returns in triumphant fashion with one of those split 12" releases that sounds destined to stay in many a house DJs record box. Inspired by the Freerotation festival, label boss Malcolm Moore has called on artists who have either played or attended the cultish Welsh gathering for this Rotate Freely 12". Along with Moore, Natan H, Chicago Skyway and Mick Welch all contribute with the supple "Ungentle Into The Good Night" a particular highlight but all are worthy of gracing the soundsystem at Baskerville Hall.
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Octaves Of Energy (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: AMR 34E. Rel: 07 Sep 15
Deep House
  1. Octave 50 (6:11)
  2. Conscious Fields (6:40)
  3. Mind Force (5:54)
Review: Having debuted on Altered Moods earlier this year as one of the contributing artists to the Rotate Freely vinyl dedication to Freerotation festival, Crawley-based Mick Welch is granted the full space of a 12" to show off his wares. And boy does it take it the chance. Octaves of Energy is a fine 3-track addition to the Altered Moods canon, demonstrating an innate understanding of what deep house truly stands for. "Conscious Fields" sets the tone, with wavering high hats and tambourines easing in and out of focus amidst rich pad work and a wistful vocal sample. Complementing this, the B-side houses two truly deep excursions with "Octave 50" particularly satisfying.
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  1. Mick Welch - "Cephid Variable"
  2. Rai Scott - "Beyond Earth's Atmosphere"
  3. Miles Sagnia - "Tears Of Saturn"
  4. Brad Peterson - "Ice Planets"
Review: The second release for the Inner Shift music group comes as four track various artists EP. First up is Mick Welch with his second outing, supplying some deep and Chicago rhythmic house, eloquently introducing an acid bass line later on the piece, which he then breaks down further with jacking drum patterns of the John Heckle variety. It's also Rai Scott's second outing and he opts for movie soundtrack horns, synths, and subtle tribal percussions that give "Beyon Earth's Atmosphere" that little extra push. Miles Sagnia adds some distinguished weight to the EP alongside Brad Peterson, with Sagnia flirting with trancey elements in "Tears of Saturn", while Peterson strips his mix back with raw kicks, softened by hollow tribal drums and spacey synths.
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