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The Lifesaver Compilation
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  1. Roman Flugel - "More Is Not Enough (Heaven Or Hell?)"
  2. Lauer - "Hector"
  3. San Laurentino - "Final Landing"
  4. Tuff City Kids - "People Is A Crackhead" (Tuff Hamlet riddim)
Review: Established as a record label some four years ago, Live At Robert Johnson have really come to the fore as representing the best of contemporary European deep house alongside the likes of Dial and Running Back. Here, the Frankfurt institution returns to their recent triumphant Lifesaver compilation with this addendum 12" release featuring the productions from Roman Flugel, Lauer, San Laurentino and Tuff City Kids. Flugel opens proceedings with the rough and moody "More Is Not Enough" which brandishes a beat that can't help but get in your face. This is complemented by the calmer, sumptuous New Beat stylings of Lauer's "Hector" and the richly colourful "Final Landing" from San Laurentino. "People Is A Crackhead (Tuff Hamlet Riddim)" is not only the best track title in a hot minute but yet another original dancefloor slayer from Gerd Janson and Lauer's Tuff City Kids, opting for the Germanic digi dub meets tuff house route.
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Forbidden Fruit
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Cat: PLAYRJC 017. Rel: 05 Mar 12
Deep House
  1. Playmaker
  2. Forbidden Fruit
  3. Rainforest Hunters
  4. Somewhere Under The Stars
Review: It's still relatively early days for San Laurentino, whose sensitive take on deep house is imbued with the mystique of early braindance material streets ahead of cookie-cutter pads and chords. The beats are most certainly Chicago-indebted on his EP for Robert Johnson, not least on the title track, but the atmosphere created by the intricate melodies of his synths are the real stars of the show. If you miss the soothing embrace of nineties back room ambience, then head straight for the massaging bass tones of "Rainforest Hunters" and get ready for the bliss-out.
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Dreamers & Wanderers EP
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Cat: LPH 011. Rel: 26 Nov 12
Deep House
  1. Dreamers & Wanderers
  2. Deeper Soul
  3. Space Tourism
  4. Stardust Road
Review: It's been a good year for San Laurentino and his playful take on warm, analogue house music, getting snapped up by Mathematics and Live At Robert Johnson no less, and now he slides on over to Let's Play House to impart four polished gems of the kind of comforting grooves that defined Kompakt in the early days. The melodies are plush and accomplished every step of the way, although rendered in timbres that swerve cheesiness in favour of an honest sweetness. "Deeper Soul" particularly draws you in with its tumbling, wooden melodies and easy groove, keeping the mood mellow but still buoyed by the level of detail within.
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Traces EP
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Traces EP (12")
Cat: MATH 052. Rel: 27 Jun 11
Deep House
  1. Magnetic Steps
  2. Traces (feat Madmatt)
  3. The Olympians
  4. Lazy Angels
Love Potion EP
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Cat: EMINDS 016. Rel: 11 Oct 10
Deep House
  1. Love Potion
  2. Aftermath
  3. Indian Summer
Review: The last release from Electric Minds, Ilija Rudman's delightful Time & Time, has proved to be one of this year's most popular twelve inches. The London promoter and label types score a real coup with the follow up, gleaning three tracks of richly melodic music from Coffee Break Street boss San Laurentino. A gentle piano melody draws you into "Love Potion" and the glistening chimes and warm bass movements keep you enraptured throughout the eight mins. There's as a lucid sheen to the synth arpeggios that flutter over the soft understated percussion of B Side opener "Aftermath" that brings to mind the haziness of BOC. The Croatian rounds off matters nicely with the spectral electronic shimmer of "Indian Summer"

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Contemplations Of A Castaway
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Contemplations Of A Castaway (clear blue marbled vinyl mini LP limited to 180 copies)
Cat: M&Q 002. Rel: 05 May 14
  1. Hammock With A View
  2. Pacific Touch
  3. Starfish Thong Movement
  4. Escape
  5. Car Chase 303
  6. Rolling Bones
  7. The Last Corridor
Review: There's something thrilling about the ludicrously limited nature of this debut album from sometime Mathematics, Live at Robert Johnson and Let's Play House producer San Laurentino. For some unfathomable reason, it's limited to just 180 copies - a ridiculously low amount given its' obvious quality. Laurentino specializes in creating rich, warm and picturesque tracks full of ear catching melodies, simple rhythmic arrangements and heady new age instrumentation. Throw in distinctive analogue grooves, near Balearic atmospherics and occasional deep acid explorations (see the excellent "Car Chase 303") and you have an impressive album that should appeal just as much to electronica loving home listeners as open-minded DJs. That's assuming they can secure a copy, of course.
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Phantom (12")
Cat: PLAYRJC 030. Rel: 23 Jun 14
Deep House
  1. Palm Grove
  2. Lost In Harbour
  3. All Nite
  4. Phantom
Review: San Laurentino's recent mini-album, Contemplations From a Castaway, was something of a hit; a gorgeously upbeat collection of tropical melodies and Balearic electronics. The Phantom EP finds the Hungarian producer returning to regular home Live At Robert Johnson for another release brimming with his own particular brand of upbeat, synth-heavy dancefloor electronica. If you've enjoyed any of his previous releases, you'll love the Phantom EP. "Palm Grove" is almost rush inducing in its sweet positivity, while "Lost in the Harbour" sounds like an analogue fetishist's take on nu-disco informed deep house. There's some deeper, chunkier dancefloor fare on offer in the shape of "All Night", while the gorgeous "Phantom" somehow manages to sound both melancholic and cheery at the same time.
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