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|1.||"Move If You Wanna" (5:44)|
|2.||"Save This" (5:28)|
|1.||"DS-8 Bass" (4:57)|
|2.||"Hartley's Adventure" (5:40)|
UK electro don EDMX presents two volumes of high tech soul excursions on Ride The Gyroscope, Tabernacle's new sub label. "Move If You Want" is tough acid house done Motor City style, much like K Alexi did back in the day. "Save This" is Detroit through and through, channeling the spirit of Rhythim Is Rhythim from the melody to the funk and the impeccably syncopated rhythms. On the flip we've got "DS-8 Bass" which does exactly what it says on the tin on this excursion in dark dancefloor drama that'd make Carl Craig stand up and notice. Finally, the rapid fire clap and cowbell attack of "Hartley's Adventure" sounds like the extended edit of a certain anthem by Adonis (we'll give you one guess) until those soaring synth leads come rushing in, making the track take on a life of its own.
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