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|1.||"Slave To The Vibe"|
|1.||"Coins For The Canopy"|
|2.||"The Figurine" (Nod mix)|
|2.||"Ice Room Graffiti"|
|3.||"Peeling An Orange In One Piece"|
|1.||"Loving The Drift"|
|2.||"World Taste Sweet (Stuck In The Middle)"|
Andrew Field-Pickering is a unique talent. Under the Maxmillion Dunbar guise, he's treated listeners to a string of gorgeously kaleidoscopic releases that join the dots between sparkling electronica, E'd-up disco, next-level Balearica and effervescent deep house. With Woo, his first LP for RVNG INTL, he's at it again. "Woo" is deliciously fluid, pitting brightly coloured electronic melodies and darting synths against stuttering drum machine rhythms and cascading chords. The beatless "Shampoo" is similarly lucid, delivering a steamy tropical shower of glistening electronics and synthesized steel drums. It's only the formidably robust "Drift" - a Disco Nihlist-ish exercise in analogue groovery - that breaks the spell.
Alexis Le-Tan, Tornado Wallace, Lawrence Le Doux, Club Silencio, Kone-R (Uncharted Audio), Jacques Renault, Kacper Kapsa Polish Cut Outs, Ben Sun, Marsman, Permanent Vacation, Noise In My Head, I Love Disco!, Your Name (Legalize Lambada), INKSWEL (HOT SHOT SOUNDS / BBE), Lovefingers
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