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Avoidance (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: COB 16. Rel: 15 Nov 21
Deep House
  1. Avoidance (7:34)
  2. Alabaster (6:55)
  3. End Of An Era (6:15)
Review: Snad has been busy this year, dropping his eloquent and expressive strains of minimal tech house on labels like Feuilleton and Kimochi before sidling up to Courtesy Of Balance for this snappy three-tracker. Lead track 'Avoidance' bumps and shuffles with urgency, but it's primarily a dub-informed cut for those who like their deepness rendered in gleaming, metallic tones. 'Alabaster' ups the shuffle and swing, but at the same time gets even woozier in the synth department for a truly light-headed workout. 'End Of An Era' rounds things out with the most explicitly dub techno-informed track, playing Snad's twitchy rhythmic impressions around a luscious shimmer of chord play.

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COB#10 (140 gram vinyl 3xLP)
Cat: COB 10. Rel: 19 Feb 18
Deep House
  1. The Black Tone - "Darknet"
  2. Pascal Viscardi - "Skylab"
  3. Homepark - "Autumnal Dub"
  4. Bell Boys - "Two Five Two Five"
  5. Colin Johnson - "Frog Pond" (Couch mix)
  6. Paolo Rocco X Lessi S - "I Know I Know"
  7. Ron Obvious - "Private Image"
  8. Joe Rolét - "Blue Marble"
  9. Nat Wendell - "Depth"
Review: Courtesy Of Balance continues to preach the gospel laid out by Balance, the legendary deep house label, with that deep diving, shimmering sound that Ron Trent and Chez Damier made their own. The heady fumes of "Morning Factory" can be felt lingering in The Black Tone's dubby workout "Dialect", while Pascal Viscardi takes things into spaced out minimal house territory on "Skylab". Homepark strips things down even more before Bell Boys comes back with a deep take on the classic Chicago jack sound. Colin Johnson keeps things swinging and funky on "Frog Pond", Paolo Rocco and Lessi S steps the garage shuffle up even more with "I Know I Know" and Ron Obvious pushes even further into tripped out 2-step territory for those that like their garage deep and meditative. Joe Rolet brings a dusty drum roll and spaced out textures to "Blue Marble", and Nat Wendell finishes this expansive double pack off with the mellow thrum of "Depth".
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