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|1.||Minister Mike - "Collide"|
|2.||Soy Mustafa - "Maxim"|
|1.||Garrett David - "I Can't Take" (Queen mix)|
|2.||Salah Arnse - "Brothers Gonna Work It Out" (Blue Monday edit)|
The second Purpose By Design 12" from Chez Damier's Balance Music collects four more fresh tracks from the finest contemporary deep house producers, with the legendary figure's impeccable taste shining through in his selections. On the A-side, Kenny Cajual presents his mix of Minister Mike's "Collide", a rolling house number filled with jazzy keys and organ breakdowns, while London-based producer Soy Mustafa delivers "Maxim", a trippy slice of tech house which glides effortlessly from abstract, syncopated drum patterns into a enveloping wormhole of hypnotic chords and looping bass. On the B-side, Garrett David's "I Can't Take It" provides a hands-in-air piece of vocal-leaning, Kerri Chandler inspired house filled with pitched organ riffs, while Salah Arnse offers "Brother's Gonna Work It Out", a slice of classicist disco house edited skilfully by Blue Mondays, delivering the kind of good time horns and funk bass that puts you right in the Paradise Garage circa 1979.
Jimpster, Michael Zucker - Finale / Balance, Juno Recommends Deep House, Demetrio Giannice (Enterbt Rec.), Doo, Kool Vibe, Mikki Funk, Beto Cravioto, Studio Casual, Garrett David, Soy Mustafa, The Black Madonna, Tugboat Edits
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