Review: Dorian and Olaf's Raum Musik has just turned 20. Yes, we feel old, but we also feel privileged to be able to bring this tidy compilation to you; after all, we have been fans of the imprint over the years, and it has been a solid source of innovative house and techno sounds for its entire lifespan. For these two decades of raving, they've put together sounds form both new faces and favourite oldies, kicking off with Franco Cinelli's raucous "Cyrux", a hybrid house tune that will suit any type of DJ, and bringing more and more vibes through with peeps like Phil Evans, John Dimas, and the mighty Lee Burton - the latter being a constant source of BADNESS. If you're keen on some ethereal house business with an experimental edge, then this is the double-pack for you.
Review: Dusseldorf tech house imprinted Gua Camole offers up some more Latin, summery tech house on its Gua Limited imprint this time with some stunning and reliable grooves. Tracks "Drink" by Masomenos or "Urself" by Enrico Martini will satisfy fans of Desolat and Fuse London. Wheres theres the more underground flavours of "Simonya" courtesy of Edward, known for hsi releases on White or Giegling. Label head Gua Camole himself closes proceeding with some mid noughties style minimal house on "Monsieur Schmitt"