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Four (12" + insert)
Cat: ANALP 013. Rel: 29 Aug 17
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
  1. Mini (3:00)
  2. Tett (3:10)
  3. Keen (3:28)
  4. CLSR (3:40)
Review: If you're a fan of skewed modern soul, dusty nu-jazz and slipped MPC beats, you should already be familiar with the work of Klinke Auf Cinch, AKA Clemens Kynast. The beat-maker has previously released two fine studio albums and a smattering of similarly impressive singles. Four marks his return after a three-year absence, and is every bit as rich, loose and dreamy as you'd expect to be. We're particularly enjoying the hazy, trumpet-laden hip-hop soul of "Tett" and the jazz-fuelled broken beat excursion "Keen" - all spacey synths, slick vocals and strange time signatures - but the slow, sensual and emotion-rich "CLSR" is also inspired.
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Remx (12")
Cat: ANALP 008. Rel: 29 Aug 17
Deep House
  1. Highs & Hills (Marbert Rocel CP Rouge remix) (5:32)
  2. This (Tilmann Jarmer remix) (5:27)
  3. In Between (FDF Fruhsport remix) (3:25)
  4. Whats Happening (Boytalk remix) (5:25)
  5. Greenpower (Pentatones Kyung Joon remix) (4:53)
  6. Broken Master (Micronaut remix) (4:11)
Review: BOOM! A much needed reissue is back on our charts right here; Analogsoul's infamous mini compilation, the Highs & Hills Remixes package from the label's main man, Klinke Auf Cinch. While the likes of Workshop or Mikrodisko always get the name-drop, Leipzig's Analogsoul is equally iconic and it would be fair to say that they too have been responsible for crafting a very particular house/techno sound. To us, the most impressionistic tunes out of this selection have to be Tilmann Jarmer's version of "This", a dusty lil' dance tune with a meditative backdrop, followed by Boytalk's lovely garage interpretation of "What's Happening", and Micronaut's glitchy minimalities over "Broken Master". While the tunes are very different from each other, it's clear that the Analogsoul very much has its own agenda going on. Recommended.
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