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Cat: ROYAL 041. Rel: 21 Mar 18
Deep House
  1. Loving Higher (6:21)
  2. Pleasure Moment (5:44)
  3. Lifetime (6:13)
  4. On My Mind (6:13)
Review: For Royal Oak, Barese DJ Nicola Loporchio aka Cosmic Garden serves up some deep and emotive house sounds reminiscent of mid nineties Windy City sounds - think Alleviated or Prescription Records. Following up some great releases on HotMix and his own Cosmic Rhythm, there's proper life affirming vibes on "Loving Higher", awash in celestial pads and hypnotic melodies, while "Lifetime" on the flip nails that classic early '90s rave vibe that you could have heard under the M25 motorway during the second summer of love. The loved up, breakbeat driven UK vibe continues on the lush closer "On My Mind" with its glistening FM keys that'll be sure to get some hands in the air moments.
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Cat: ROYAL 28. Rel: 23 Sep 15
Deep House
  1. Lake Of X (5:15)
  2. Atomic (6:12)
  3. Harpy Dance (6:10)
  4. Newlife (6:08)
Review: Rotterdam-based Ukranian Antenna is the next producer to step up on Clone's Royal Oak offshoot. The Pinkman regular is in fine form, laying down a quartet of cuts that blend a range of classic house and Detroit techno influences in attractive, dancefloor-friendly ways. While the title track's fusion of British 'intelligent techno' and vintage Detroit sounds is undeniably impressive, it's the undulating acid lines, spacey tunefulness and distorted beats of "Happy Dance" that hit home hardest. That said, opener "Lake of X" - a Larry heard style chunk of spine-tingling analogue deep house - and the similarly intoxicating "Atomic" are also superb.
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NOYFB (12")
Cat: ROYAL 031. Rel: 02 Jun 16
Deep House
  1. NOYFB (8:02)
  2. NOYFB (Straight 2 Tape edit) (6:03)
  3. Pareidolia (6:25)
  4. Carmen (7:40)
Review: Having previously impressed with a trickle of fine EPs for L.I.E.S and Exotic Dance Records, man of mystery Person of Interest pops up on the ever-reliable Clone Royal Oak. Lead cut "NOYFB" is an intriguing proposition, fusing as it does the rhythmic swing of UK garage, the spacey futurism of classic Detroit techno, and the loved-up ethos of early US deep house. The latter two influences shine through on the alternative "Straight To Tape" version, while "Pareidolia" mixes jaunty analogue electronics with the low-end throb more readily associated with British-made house and techno. A fine EP comes to a close with "Carmen", a particularly woozy, cymbal-heavy late night excursion.
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Cat: ROYAL 029. Rel: 21 Oct 15
Deep House
  1. Galatic Insurgents (10:04)
  2. Scatter Scanners (6:14)
  3. The Trails You Left Behind (5:10)
  4. The Nova Report (5:38)
Review: The Space Dimension Controller has landed for another round of Correlation explorations on Clone Royal Oak. Take us to your leader? Nah. Just play us some of your newly discovered space oddities, we say! There's some real deepness to be found in other parts of the universe, as the high tech soul of "Galactic Insurgents" proves. As does "Scatter Scanners" which throws in some seriously funky e-bass and new jack swing influence. The further discoveries are astounding: On the B side "The Trails You Left Behind" is some seriously inter-dimensional electro funk that'd make Gerald Donald stand up and notice, while the haunting "Nova Project" is a dark cinematic cut reminiscent of John Carpenter.
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Cat: ROYAL 046LP. Rel: 30 May 19
Deep House
  1. Harpo (4:10)
  2. Red Scorpions (5:02)
  3. Sunshine In The Limousine (4:54)
  4. Enjoy This Limousine (6:22)
  5. 6drops (Piano mix) (5:20)
  6. 6drops (Technocid mix) (7:09)
  7. Ibiza Ritter (7:15)
  8. Sting Collins (6:29)
  9. Sonnen Ambiente (4:36)
Review: Having previously collaborated on tasty 2013 single "Speckbass", partners in audio insanity DJ Fett Burger and DJ Speckgurtel have united for a full-length excursion full of "dance music for clubs and pubs and some easy-going jams to jazz the sheets". In practice, that means a saucer-eyed mixture of retro-futurist house treats (see jaunty opener "Harpo" and the Italo-house giddiness of "6Drops (Piano Mix)", loved-up deep electro (the spacey warmth of "Red Scorpions"), unashamed Larry Heard tributes ("Sunshine In The Limousine"), densely percussive peak-time workouts ("Enjoy This Limousine"), ragged acid ("6Drops (Technocid Mix)"), rushing Balearic synth-pop ("Sting Collins") and chiming, early '90s style ambient house (the beat free lusciousness of "Sonnen Ambiente").
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