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  1. Birdsmakingmachine - "F For Falsas"
  2. Deadbeat - "I don't need nothing if I got You"
  3. Louis Mc Guire - "Buffeting Tuft"
Review: From the label: When trends in music can come and go in the blink of an eye, ten years is a long time to stay relevant, passionate and real on the frontline. From its roots in the Parisian club scene by way of its spiritual home at Fuse in Brussels and so on to the globe-trotting, multi-faceted entity that it is today, Lessizmore is living proof of how to do a decade right. The fundamental heartbeat of this European house and techno institution is the maverick music that its affiliated artists make. Of course what the label sounds like now is not necessarily what the label sounded like back in 2006, but it's telling that some of the original characters are still with the label to this day, while many are long time members of the LIZM family that have joined the ranks over the years. In piecing together this compilation, the idea from label founders Jessica Bossuyt and Pierre Noisiez was simply to represent where their brainchild is at right now, from guests at their events in the early days to more recent collaborators of all kinds. Kicking off the first EP, the finest slithers of percussion and whispers of icy soul weave their way into the sublime, sprawling concoction that Birdsmakingmachine delivers, shifting drum sounds across eleven minutes of delicate yet irresistible groove. Meanwhile on the B-side long time champion of future-minded dub techno Deadbeat creates something of an anthem for the label, turning out an energised workout laden with psychedelic swirls of delay and embellished with a catchy vocoder hook. Recent Lessizmore signing Louis McGuire delves into his lowslung MPC-powered bag of tricks and drops another crucial slab of swinging funk that finds the up and coming artist turning to a moodier sound palette customized for the deepest corners of the night.
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  1. Borrowed Identity - "Cambio"
  2. San Proper - "Handbreakturn"
  3. Dave Aju - "Get It"
  4. Frivolous - "Little Devils"
Review: From the label: When trends in music can come and go in the blink of an eye, ten years is a long time to stay relevant, passionate and real on the frontline. From its roots in the Parisian club scene by way of its spiritual home at Fuse in Brussels and so on to the globe-trotting, multi-faceted entity that it is today, Lessizmore is living proof of how to do a decade right. The fundamental heartbeat of this European house and techno institution is the maverick music that its affiliated artists make. Of course what the label sounds like now is not necessarily what the label sounded like back in 2006, but it's telling that some of the original characters are still with the label to this day, while many are long time members of the LIZM family that have joined the ranks over the years. In piecing together this compilation, the idea from label founders Jessica Bossuyt and Pierre Noisiez was simply to represent where their brainchild is at right now, from guests at their events in the early days to more recent collaborators of all kinds. Borrowed Identity kicks off the second EP with a smoothly rendered vision of contemporary deep house housing a poignant message at its core, while San Proper follows it up with his irrepressible personality positively leaping out of the track in a fit of live instrumentation and unbridled psychedelic funk. Dave Aju too is an artist it's hard to mistake, his cool and deadly vocals sitting amongst a sleek club construction that ranks among his most DJ-ready tracks to date. Always a trusted source of unconventional magic both in the studio and on the stage, Frivolous is on hand to demonstrate how to be playful with wild sound design and still come out with a killer party track.
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Deep Sea Mosaics (Tolga Fidan, Bartaub mixes)
Cat: LIZM 17. Rel: 12 Mar 18
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Deep Sea Mosaics
  2. Deep Sea Mosaics (Tolga Fidan remix)
  3. Phylum (Bartaub version)
  4. Subglacial Funk
Review: Following the widespread acclaim for Ferro's The Neverending Story, Lessizmore continues in its quest to highlight some of the most captivating practitioners of mind-altering house and techno. This time their search takes them to Istanbul, shoring up with the considerable talents of Mutlu San. This young producer has proven to be one of the most exciting artists in the Turkish scene, already laying down a solo EP on Petra Digital. Meanwhile he also works in partnership with fellow Istanbul firebrand Batu Guler as Bartaub, the pair having recently released the Rhizome EP on the ever-excellent Lumieres De La Nuit.

Stepping up to Lessizmore, Mutlu San takes the opportunity to weave a truly spellbinding tale of what creative house music can be in 2017. "Deep Sea Mosaics" manages to be many things at once, from a hypnotic micro-house roller to an exercise in immersive sound design and on to a meditative ambient piece to soothe a restless head. The pads and synth tones coo out a lullaby of deep harmony underneath all manner of playful sonics, but still an irresistible groove carries the track along through a stirring spread of moods.

Long-serving minimal hero Tolga Fidan makes his first appearance on Lessizmore since the earliest days of the label on the Overview compilation, delivering a remix of "Deep Sea Mosaics" that uses the ethereal pads of the original track as a backdrop for a deep, dubby club construction. The drums stride forward with purpose while the atmospheric delay pulses create a hypnotic allure perfect for hazy dancefloors at the far end of the night.

"Phylum" finds San inviting Guler into the fold for a Bartaub version that ramps up the club focus with a snappy, swinging set of drums that take centre stage. However, in line with the rich production values of the opening track, there is a lot more to this jam than percussion, and a sumptuous bed of tones and audio debris swirl around behind the beat. As the track builds, so these elements creep to the fore and shape out a narrative that grows ever more engaging towards the climax.

Rounding the EP off, "Subglacial Funk" opens up with a classic micro house refrain that calls to mind the finest Minibar-style minimalism. Once again the starting point is only a fraction of the story, and so San gently builds up the layers of detail in the track without upsetting the natural flow of the needlepoint groove. By this point it's apparent just how much skill is flowing into these productions, balancing a wide variety of sounds while keeping the mood mellow and meditative. It can take producers years to reach such a point, but on his second solo release Mutlu San seems to have comfortably achieved an impressive level of maturity in his sound, which only promises even more exciting things for the future.
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