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Weapons Of Ass Destruction Vol 1 (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: DMT 07. Rel: 22 Jan 18
Deep House
  1. Blunt Instruments - "Kum On"
  2. Ron Obvious - "Mindful Vision"
  3. Per Hammar - "BX Chamber"
Review: Dungeon Meat's self-titled label is not known for its subtlety, and so it goes on this rip-roaring various artists 12" featuring three rough and ready jams for the peak time house crowd. Blunt Instruments get things going straight away with the mean New Jersey swing of "Kum On", as tough and bumping a house cut as you're ever likely to find. Ron Obvious steps up with "Mindful Vision", bringing an utterly addictive stripped down garage-y shuffle to the table, while Per Hammar finishes the EP off with the breaks-embellished "BX Chamber", a freaked-out dub-soaked affair for the heads down crowd.
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Evidence Of
Evidence Of (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: NGY 01. Rel: 28 Jan 19
Deep House
  1. Evidence Of
  2. Second Light
Review: Brawther's new label "Negentropy" is proud to officially launch with Ron Obvious's "Evidence Of" EP. Considered to be one of the finest producers and DJ's to come from London, this first EP is the epitomy of Ron's sound; proper deep house, fierce beats and music that's full of emotion and sincerity. A fine record with two essential cuts destined for the discerning underground DJ's. Drop the needle and make up your own mind.




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Cat: INTLBLK 001. Rel: 01 Mar 17
Deep House
  1. Pushing (303 Jazz mix) (7:53)
  2. Man Ray (6:34)
Review: New Rhythm Section International sublabel International Black has launched and if this is anything to go by; they're pushing the late night sounds of deepness on this pursuit courtesy of Ron Obvious and Phrased: of South London's L.B. Produce. These two fellas get some really sexy and evocative grooves happening, firstly with "Pushing (303 Jazz mix)" and its great sense of swing and '90s U.S. house aesthetic intact. On the flip we've got "Man Ray" which continues on with more loungey, Rhodes led mellow flavours. As label head honcho Bradley Zero explained, the label will be more clubby, weird and hypnotic. The material was recorded entirely on analogue hardware using reel to reel tape.
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