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It's quite natural in the face of expectation that preceded the launch of the Visionquest label, the music hasn't quite appeared to justify it. But this says more about the current ADD climate that punctuates how people gestate electronic music and the endless cycle of hype than the quality of their output. The latest release from Berlin dwelling North American duo Tale Of Us follows a similar sonic path to the first two Visionquest releases, presenting a somewhat introspective excursion into the deepest spectrum of house. It also serves further notice of their burgeoning talent which was most recently seen when they beat Michael Mayer to the bragging rights on Who Made Who's Every Minute Alone release. Opening with "Dark Song", Tale Of Us merge fragile vocals with an arrangement that starts off click house before dropping in the most satisfying house bumps. This is matched by the rougher textures of "Circle Of Love" whose smudgy subaqueous melodic elements are complemented by the haunting yet sensual refrain of Fadila. The duo discard with the vocals for "Valiant", a track that mutates from simmering deepness into an epic concoction of increasingly unstable acid bubbles, gut punching percussion and cloudy pads.
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