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Cat: SJU 12R23. Rel: 09 Dec 16
Deep House
  1. Battery Acid (7:11)
  2. Mr. Heard (6:41)
  3. Battery Acid (dub edit) (6:48)
Review: Few house producers are quite as prolific as Glenn Underground. Since launching his career way back in 1992, the Windy City legend has released well over a century of 12" singles. Savior of Chicago is his sixth E.P this year alone, and begins with the snappy drum machine handclaps, psychedelic TB-303 lines and gently dreamy chords of peak-time thumper "Battery Acid". He pays tribute to old friend and fellow Chi-town legend Larry Heard on the deep, melodious and evocative "Mr Heard", before once again diving into Phuture territory with a rugged, wild and full-throttle Dub Edit of opener "Battery Acid". While he rarely fails to impress, Savior of Chicago is undoubtedly GU's most club-ready 12" for some time.
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Cat: SJU 12R26. Rel: 29 Mar 18
Deep House
  1. Spank N Gallop (7:56)
  2. Peaceful Rage (Acid Revenge) (8:16)
Review: Glenn Crocker seems to have rediscovered the simple, mind-altering pleasures of Roland's iconic TB-303 bass synthesizer. On another 12" out this week, 808 Sessions, the veteran Chicagoan wrapped wiggly acid lines around electro-influenced drums and his usual rich deep house musicality. Here, he's gone one step further, delivering a pair of twisted, intoxicating acid jams that look to Phuture for inspiration. A-side "Spank N Gallop" sets the tone, with Crocker supplementing a killer acid line with notably jazzy cymbal hits, drum machine tom-toms and occasional spacey chords. The deep space vibe is explored in greater detail on flipside "Peaceful Rage (Acid Revenge)", where intergalactic chords and bubbly electronics get equal billing with a psychedelic TB-303 riff.
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The Root (12")
Cat: SJU 12R21. Rel: 06 May 16
Deep House
  1. Chicago (The Root) (6:32)
  2. Chicago Dub (The Root) (5:52)
  3. Tech Chi Zero (Chicago Ground Zero) (7:35)
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Cat: SJU 12R25. Rel: 22 Nov 17
Deep House
  1. Acid Jazz (6:30)
  2. Acid Dub (5:53)
Review: With a title such as 808 Sessions, you'd expect this latest missive from reliable Chicago veteran Glenn Underground to be built around the weighty analogue beats of Roland's classic TR-808 drum machine. While that's the case, it's actually his use of TB-303 "acid" lines that catches the ear. They come to the forefront on A-side "Acid Jazz", where wiggly motifs, cascading melody lines and reverb-laden Rhodes chords ride a hybrid deep house/beatbox electro groove. It's superb, all told, though the stripped back "Acid Dubbb" B-side - a raw, TB-303 heavy interpretation of the A-side shorn of GU's usual deep house niceties - is arguably even better.
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Cat: SJUEXT 001. Rel: 10 Nov 16
Deep House
  1. The Big Score (8:10)
  2. The Big Score (The GU reprise Score) (7:47)
Review: Chicago veteran Boo Williams made his first appearance on Glenn Underground's Strictly Jaz Unit Muzic label way back in 2008. Surprisingly, this is the prolific producer's first appearance on the imprint since 2009. "The Big Score" was worth waiting for. The track, nestled on the A-side, sees Williams lace a snaking saxophone line and "Inner City Blues" style pianos over a bongo-rich, densely layered deep house drums. It subtly builds throughout, with the thrilling sax solo increasing in intensity as the track progresses. On the flip, Glenn Underground offers his own 'Reprise' interpretation, ratcheting each of the elements up a notch and putting further emphasis on the piano parts.
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Replenish (12")
Cat: SJUEXT 003. Rel: 10 Nov 17
Deep House
  1. Reckless Ending (Tribute To GU) (6:54)
  2. Out The Gate (7:00)
Review: Boo Williams may release far less music than he once did, but every 12" he releases retains the same high quality threshold that has long marked out the Chicagoan's work. This two-tracker is a brilliant example. Both tracks are ear pleasing, musically rich and dancefloor focused, offering a near perfect balance between club-ready grunt and emotion-rich tunefulness. A-side "Out of the Gate" sets the tone, with Williams' layering chiming melodies lines and dreamy chord progressions atop a near techno tempo, bass-heavy house groove. On the B-side, he pays tribute to long time pal and occasional studio buddy Glenn Underground via the tumbling synthesizer chords, bubby acid lines, melancholic flourishes and jacking drums of "Reckless Ending".
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