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Markus FIX/VARIOUS
Dots & Pearls 4 (mixed CD)
Cat: CORMIX 055. Rel: 14 Apr 17
  1. OFF - "Electrica Salsa" (feat Sven Vath - Roman Flugel remix)
  2. Mirko Loko - "Artificiel"
  3. Wouter De Moor - "Tesla Coil"
  4. Tim Green - "Among Wolves"
  5. Christian Burkhardt - "Karambolage"
  6. Jimi Jules - "Euphrasia"
  7. Einzelkind & Robin Scholz presents Rhythm Factory - "N.2Guts"
  8. Chymera - "7 Hours"
  9. Markus Fix - "Baroon"
  10. Sven Vath - "Robot" (Kolsch remix)
  11. Argy - "How Late It Was, How Late"
  12. Ricardo Tobar - "Red Light" (Lawrence remix)
Review: For the fourth installment of their Dots & Pearls mix series, in which a selected DJ gets busy with the label's back catalogue, Cocoon has enlisted the services of Frankfurt's Markus Fix. His mix is designed to showcase the melodious and atmospheric tech-house tracks lurking in the Cocoon vaults, and predictably does a fine job of fulfilling this remit. There are impressive contributions from the likes of Sven Vath, Tim Green and Chymera, plus a quartet of previously unreleased tracks. These are invariably excellent; check, for example, Fix's own "Baroon" - a kind of woozy 21st century riff on the '88 "Pure Trance" version of The KLF's "What Time Is Love" - and the ethereal melodies and early morning fuzz of Argy's "How Late It Was, How Late".
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Cat: CADCD 08. Rel: 03 Mar 11
  1. One Fine Solstice
  2. Allen Town Jail
  3. Cryin'
  4. Back Into The Deep
  5. Rising...
  6. Red Tide
  7. Lunar Phaser
  8. Cinemascopique
  9. Ostalgia
  10. Serenade Des Excentrique
  11. Wasting Time
Review: What really impresses about Meteorology, the third album from post minimal adventurer Daniel 'Frivolous' Gardner, is its cheeky playfulness. Sure, there's a minimal-ish swing to the beats and liberal use of crackly noises, but these are offset by deliciously melodic bounce, a wonderful sense of adventure and even the odd nod to jazz. Gardner regularly gets on the mic to add his own bittersweet vocals (see the swirling noughties jazz-house of "Red Tide"), and thinks nothing of offering up both Nicolas Jaar-ish experimentation ("One Fine Solstice", "Lunar Phaser") and global dancefloor fusions (the tango-techno of "Cinemascopique", chiming "Olstagia" and thrilling "Serenades Des Excentriques"). It makes for an album that entertains and exceeds expectations throughout.



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Cat: CD 006BUZZ. Rel: 04 Feb 08
  1. Always You
  2. Apologies
  3. Dead Souls
  4. Hold Me
  5. I Don't Want
  6. Mon Ange
  7. Lost
  8. No Name
  9. No One
  10. Reason To Stay
  11. Always You (Ewan Pearson remix)
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