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Second Floor
Cat: WXC 18. Rel: 18 Jul 16
Deep House
  1. 57th Corner (6:43)
  2. Urban Canyon (7:07)
  3. Rotation (6:39)
  4. Reifenrittberger (5:31)
  5. Sylvia Is Blessed (6:43)
Review: Since making his debut on Wax Classic back in 2012, Nick Beringer has been label surfing, delivering high quality deep house for the likes of Skylax, Made Fresh Daily and, most recently, Taverna Tracks. Second Floor marks his return to Wax Classic, and includes a quintet of impressive cuts. The woozy chords, rolling grooves and chunky analogue bass of "57th Corner" kicks things off, before the Berlin-based producer goes all DJ Sneak with the bombastic beats, dubbed-out chords and acid bass of "Urban Canyon". Flip for the smooth, bass-heavy swing of "Rotation", the pitched-down, Adriatic afternoon laziness of "Reifenrittberger", and the sun-kissed soulfulness of "Sylvia Is Blessed".
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 in stock $9.65
Slope & Dip
Cat: RBSC 003. Rel: 06 Nov 17
Deep House
  1. Caballerial (7:48)
  2. Do Not Bend (6:29)
  3. Project 2501 (7:15)
Review: When it comes to crafting slick, polished late night deep house, few can top the work of Berlin-based Nick Beringer. Slope & Dip, his second EP on the Rubisco imprint he established earlier this year, contains three perfect examples. Opener "Caballerial" sets the tone, with Beringer encased a chunky, bass-heavy groove in spacey, echoing chords and warm, ricocheting electronics. "Do Not Bend" is a slightly tougher affair built around elastic analogue bass, tech-house style electronic pulses and jazzy drums, while "Project 2501" explores similar sonic territory to Soulfiction. In other words, it pops, hisses and crackles, contrasting a rubbery, boompty-influenced groove with warm and toasty deep house musicality.
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 in stock $11.58
Foundation
Foundation (12")
Cat: TT 009. Rel: 26 Jun 17
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Area 22 (6:35)
  2. Foundation (6:21)
  3. Slack Joint (6:10)
  4. Airdrop (7:15)
Review: Berlin's Nick Beringer (Rubisco/Wax Classic/Kase Kool) is back on on Greek DJ Stassy's Taverna Tracks with another banging EP! It dishes out four trippy, dreamy jams with a classic house attitude. Starting off on the A side with the rolling/late night deep house of "Area 22" with its subtle acid flourishes. It's then on to the title track, which rounds off the A side in style on this sexy, swing fuelled minimal house jam. On the flip, jazzy/hip hop inspired broken beat house is the order of the day, on the quite Money $ex indebted "Slack Joint" while "Airdrop" is the EPs finest moment: this hypnotic and sunny tech house journey really ticks all the boxes. The Foundation is set!
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 in stock $10.21
Synergy EP
Synergy EP (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: ORG 017. Rel: 25 Sep 17
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Nick Beringer - "High Line" (6:40)
  2. Nick Beringer - "Alpha Waves" (6:59)
  3. Tato - "MET" (6:49)
  4. Tato - "TEM" (7:19)
Review: Berlin deep house bro Nick Beringer heads up the impressive Kase Kool imprint in addition to appearances on Taverna Tracks, Wax Classic and Rubisco. This is his second release for local imprint Organik where he serves up the deep, slinky and downright boompty late night groove of "High Line". On the flip it's over to Palma Mallorca based Thomas Esteban aka Tato who runs Wax Isgud with Tania Vulcano. He serves up more power with his contributions such as on "MET" a tough and dubby tech house joint with some truly hypnotic chords doing most of the good work.
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Played by: Dan Formless, Sota
 in stock $11.86
Certain Circles 002
Certain Circles 002 (12" repress)
Cat: CC 02. Rel: 09 Oct 17
Techno
  1. Tecture - "Rebirth" (6:38)
  2. Steve Martin - "Save Deez Nuts" (6:59)
  3. Nick Beringer - "XQS" (6:38)
  4. Ed Herbst - "Modernist Melancholia" (6:10)
Review: Certain Circles come through with an utterly reliable set of tech-house pulverisers, and you can rest assured that you'll get your fill of boom-tiss with these four house nuggets. Tecture drop heavy 4/4 pounce surrounded by gnarly sonics on "Rebirth", whereas "Save Dezz Nuts" by Steve Martin is deeper, more low-key and a little eerie around the edges. Nick Beringer returns after his debut on 001 and drops a dubby floor joint by the name of "XQS", followed swiftly by Ed Herbst and the beat-heavy, percussion-minimalistic "Modern Melancholia".
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 in stock $9.92
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