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Aquarama (12")
Cat: SMALLVILLE 46. Rel: 02 Dec 15
Deep House
  1. Aquarama (6:52)
  2. Peven Everett - "I Can't Believe I Loved Her" (Moomin version) (6:21)
  3. Stotheh (6:09)
Review: Having recently impressed with their contribution to the F*ck Reality series, Moomin returns to the comforting surrounds of long-time home Smallville Records. As usual, Aquarama sees him exploring the deeper, more melancholic side of house music, with typically impressive results. The headline attraction is undoubtedly a stellar rework of Peven Everett's 2001 soulful house classic "I Can't Believe I Loved Her", which Moonin has successfully turned into a misty-eyed chunk of melodious, bittersweet deep house bliss. In comparison, the other two tracks don't sparkle quite as much, but are still hugely enjoyable. The title track - all cyclical acid motifs, drifting vocal samples, shuffling beats and chiming melodies - is particularly tasty.
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 in stock $9.13
Cat: SMALLVILLE 26. Rel: 14 Sep 11
Deep House
  1. Sweet Sweet
  2. Sweet Sweet (Oskar Offermann remix)
  3. The Game
Review: Smallville present a deliciously hypnotic taste of what to expect from the forthcoming Moomin album, further showcasing the Berlin based producer's penchant for deeply driving house sounds. It's pretty difficult not to get swept up by the tender melodic sound at the core of "Sweet Sweet" which swings in and out of focus amidst some subtly effective drum rhythms. Flipside, the track is squeezed into what begins as a minimal shuffle by Oskar Offermann, before gradually unfurling into something jacking and euphoric. "The Game" is a swampy, pensive finale, with woozy deep lying melodies gently cascading around loose limbed syncopation.
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Cat: WOLFLP 004. Rel: 16 May 18
Deep House
  1. Daysdays (6:44)
  2. In Our Lifetime (6:45)
  3. Shibuya Feelings (6:38)
  4. Maybe Tomorrow (5:19)
  5. Move On (5:49)
  6. 949494 (3:50)
  7. Into The Woods (6:28)
  8. Fruits (3:39)
Review: Sebastian Genz's third full length this time around is surprisingly not released via Hamburg's Smallville (an imprint he's a known staple of) nor his own Closer Music - rather, it's for London deep house merchants Wolf Music. The Yesterday's Tomorrow LP is said to see the Berlin based artist go back to his roots, revisiting his early influences such as hip-hop and jungle, mixed with the sample driven house he's become renowned for. Deep and dusty late-night emotions await you on "Daysdays" and "In Our Lifetime", a soulful/jazzy kinda something on "Maybe Tomorrow", the liquid drum & bass of "Move On" (which calls to mind the mid-'90s glory days when Alex Reece and Peshay reigned supreme) or the blunted urban blues of "949494". it's a compelling listen from start to finish.
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Cat: SMALLVILLECD 11. Rel: 09 Feb 16
Deep House
  1. 123
  2. A Minor Thought
  3. Loop No 1
  4. Morning Groove
  5. Woman To Woman
  6. Alone
  7. Stotheh
  8. Chemistry
  9. Time To Reflect
  10. You Neva Know
  11. Unshaped
Review: While Moomin may have been one of Smallville's most consistent artists, he's not released that much for the Hamburg imprint in recent times. A Minor Thought is his second full-length, and first since acclaimed 2011 debut The Story About You. Fans of that album will be pleased to discover A Minor Thought picks up where it's predecessor left off, with the producer laying down a series of opaque deep house jams rich with live instrumentation, jazzy samples, delicious musical touches and interesting ideas. Highlights are plentiful, from the loose-limbed grooves, dreamy pads and snaking clarinet lines of "Morning Groove" and effortlessly whimsical "Alone", to the tech-tinged loveliness of "Chemistry" and jazz-flecked bliss of "You Neva Know".
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Cat: CLOSER 009. Rel: 11 Jan 19
Deep House
  1. Concrete (7:17)
  2. Grounds (6:31)
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