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Baci Ballers EP
Cat: FTC 08. Rel: 23 Feb 23
Deep House
Baci Ballers (6:19)
Big Moma Tech (5:42)
Ground Up Dub (5:53)
Review: Kyle Hall has been hailed as the new boy on the Detroit block for some time now, forgetting perhaps that he has been putting records out since he was 17 - some 15 years ago. The three tracks on the 'Baci Ballers' EP show he's capable of holding his own among the biggest of big hitters, taking house music and giving it a nicely grimy makeover that will ensure these beauties a place in many a techno set too. The title track has a triumphant, rampantly rampaging vibe to it, a throbbing, insistent bassline slapped down by meaty handclaps and brutal hi-hats. 'Big Moma Tech' adds a smattering of female vocal as bleeps and jazzy keys battle it out like Stevie Wonder and LFO having a jam. 'Ground Up Dub' completes the set, based around a panther-like bass keyboard riff that anchors the track while the rhythmic quotient surges and retreats gloriously. Three tracks that differ in everything but their playability and quality.
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Technically Deep EP
Cat: FTC 07. Rel: 17 Nov 22
Deep House
Sit In Dat (7:49)
Gherkin Roots (3:33)
Alignment (5:49)
Pounce (7:49)
Review: Detroit house doesn't get more authentic than when served up by Motor City maestro Kyle Hall. The Wild Oats and Forget The Clock boss is in superb form once again here across four new cuts of Technically Deep house. 'Sit In Dat' has its head amongst the stars and it's roughed up drums firmly planted on the floor. 'Gherkin Roots' is more rickety and unconventional, with analogue clatter and synth stabs making for an unsettling mood. 'Alignment' cruises on warm machine soul and 'Pounce' cuts loose with a twisted dub sounds, spangled drums and raw as you like percussion.
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Postcard To Another Planet
Cat: FTC 09. Rel: 30 Oct 23
Deep House
Postcard To Another Planet (5:55)
Track 2 (bonus track) (6:32)
Sarabi (7:13)
Track 4 (bonus track) (3:20)
Review: Kyle Hall makes another entry into the already fine discography of his Forget The Clock label with another fine four tracker. His usual raw style pervades from the off with the well swung drums and bumping kicks of the title track soon to get you in the groove. His signature diffuse synth work is what brings warmth and soul to the dusty drums of 'Track 2' while 'Sarabi' ups the pace with a more hurried groove and pent up sense of party joy. A second bonus track closes proceedings, with 'Track 4' layering up low slung drums and meandering cosmic leads to heady effect.
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 in stock $17.48
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