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|1.||"She Came & Went" (7:50)|
|1.||"Beneath Contempt" (6:02)|
|1.||"Out West" (8:18)|
|2.||"Life Without Fear" (5:06)|
|1.||"Nu Rhythm" (6:37)|
|2.||"The Understanding" (7:07)|
|1.||"From There" (5:17)|
|2.||"Far Reach" (6:49)|
This is the first we've heard from Theory of Movement, a new collaborative project from established deep house producers Grant (famous for fine releases on Mork and the Lauren Bacall) and Dan Piu (Moto Music, Temporary State). Suffice to say, we're quietly impressed. Their musical melting pot includes grooves and sounds that owe a debt to Larry Heard, early Italian dream house, Dream 2 Science, St Germain, Gemini, the Burrell Brothers and Ron Trent, yet none of the 12 tracks particularly sound like any of them. Sure, it's a retro-futurist sound - as much a result of their old analogue gear as the vintage influences at play - but one that results in a string of memorable moments across this fine debut album.
Owen Jay (Batti Batti / Gauss ), Tomi Chair, SEELIE, Sames (Godzilla Kebab), Malcolm Moore (Altered Moods), Jesus Gonsev, Allstarr Motomusic (deepArtSounds), Chubby, Brad P/Inner Shift/Common Dreams, Hamatsuki
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