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Cat: LMML 13. Rel: 17 Jul 18
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Partout Dance (6:50)
  2. Medoc Marteens (7:09)
  3. Brune Acid Flash (6:31)
  4. Al Comme Pacino (6:37)
Review: Seuil aka Alexis Benard has been pushing out killer tech-house for over a decade, and we can safely say that they producer has always been one our favourites within that corner of dance music. Moreover, he has also featured on pretty much every label that has contributed to the evolution of the genre, such as Moon Harbour, Raum Musik, Supplemental Facts and Circus Company, among many others. Low Money Music Love have snapped him up, and the Berlin-Amsterdam imprint has decided to go for his more colourful, explorative tracks, such as the subtle electro knocks of "Partout Dance", and the rougher Chicago-style house of "Medoc Marteens". "Brune Acid Flash" is a trip 303 attack, complete with an aqueous aesthetic that taps into the Detroit dynasty, while "Al Comme Pacino" splurges out experimental bleeps and sonics from all angles, not to mention a wicked, dusty percussion racket. Big.
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 in stock $12.63
Cat: EKLO 039. Rel: 13 Nov 17
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Sorbet Tamarin (7:46)
  2. Acid Miami & Les Tantines La Roue (6:06)
  3. La Chanson De Gran Mer Kal' (6:45)
  4. Kiltire Beat (6:09)
Review: For over a decade, Eklo head honcho has released on some of the most esteemed minimal house labels such as Minibar, Freak 'N' Chic and Circus Company, in addition to his side project Hold Youth with Le Loup. The Parisian producer has been part of a growing shift in the scene of late, moving from quirky and reductionist micro-house sounds towards classic Detroit aesthetics: and it's these fanciful recreations of classic Detroit sounds on the Acid La Cour EP. Beginning with the Motor City first wave influenced "Sorbet Tamarin", he's then into some deep and dusty 303 business (more suited to the after hours) on "Acid Miami & Les Tantines La Roue". On the flip, the sliver Roland box makes a return on the sublime techno-soul experiment "La Chanson De Gran Mer Kal" reminiscent of early Kenny Larkin or Dan Curtin. Finally on the frantic "Kiltire Beat" we get served to a truly authentic recreation of late '80s hi-tech soul: and it's one hell of a flashback. Tip!
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 in stock $10.44
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