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** REPRESS ALERT ** The Ominira imprint, purveyors of super limited cassette and CDr releases, emerges from the mist with a three track release - their first ever on vinyl - featuring cuts from Kowton, Juniper and Gunnar Wendel, aka Kassem Mosse, who adopts his new and slightly confusing Kareem Moser moniker. Wendel's majestic "OS2009" is on the A-Side, an ephemeral delight for the senses that sees the Leipzig-based producer again explore previously unexplored crevices of sub bass. A peculiar synth melody hangs over the shuffling beat for an overall sensation that is at once awkward yet indescribably delicate and beautiful - typical Wendel in other words. Bristol producer Kowton again invites us to wade through the swampy waters that characterise his knackered house sound on "117", which boasts some outrageous bass stabs, lovely rubber band synths and a hypnotic vocal snatch; this shares the B-Side with Juniper's creepy-yet-groovy cut "Jovian Planet".
Girls Of The Internet, Bu$$ (bliq, Olympos), Lukas Micka, Hernan Cronner, Corbi, Tripeo, Charlton, Marcel Vogel, Danny Moodymanc, Roberto Rodriguez, M50, Juno Recommends Deep House, Nick Dunton, Duff Disco, Deymare, Manos Mara (Bliq), Rio Padice, Nick Lawson, Joe Montana, Kastil (Soul Notes/Stale), Rivet, Modsleep, Don Crisp, East Soul Person, Joey Anderson
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