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14 Jul 11
Review: The Studio Barnhus imprint run by Axel Boman, Petter Nordkvist and Kornel Kovacs reaches release number three with a cheeky yellow 10". Up first is label boss Boman, whose "Dirty Laundry" offers another glimpse into what is developing into his signature style - classic deep house atmospherics imbued with a carefree sense of fun. The young Swedish producer has already been taken under the wing of DJ Koze, who welcomed him to the Pampa family with open arms; expect big things from Axel in the coming months. Proceedings on the flipside are chaired by fellow Swede Acid Andy (aka Andreas Jonsson), who offers up "Jack Dawson Polka" - a driving acid disco workout dripping with sweat that reminds us of In Flagranti in their pomp. Check it!
11 Mar 13
Played by: Andrew Allsgood (Free Association), Dairmount (Room With A View Recs), Juno Recommends Minimal/Tech House, John Digweed, Rodriguez Jr
Review: Often a worthy wildcat amongst more play-it-safe deep house pigeons, Axel Boman can now be found prowling to Hypercolour with an EP brimming with originality and vitality, taking the less trodden path through house music. "Television People" heads into a nervous state of uneasy synth lines, oddball speech and gently simmering drums, while "Cubic Mouth" goes straight in the opposite direction with a light and breezy refrain revolving around carefully treated piano chords. "Look What You've Done To Me" is a more sombre affair, but still boasting some developed dynamics to move the track, and then "Klinsmann" switches up altogether with a heartfelt, epic vocal track that gradually builds into a measured acid psych-out.
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04 Feb 11
Played by: Romanto (Young Society/Daredomusic), Andre Lodemann, Juno Recommends Deep House, Nils Penner
Review: This is a rather tasty taster for Dave DK's recent "Retake One" mix, which featured all manner of unreleased and forgotten gems from the Moodmusic back catalogue. The three tracks here are in many ways typical of both the mix and the direction Moodmusic have been taking; think deep, tech-tinged tackle with serious dancefloor chops. It's Citycobra's "Fresh Simple" that most impresses, coming on like Paul Woolford's seminal tweak-out "Erotic Discourse" after a night on Valium in Detroit. Axel Boman's hypnotic "Cincuenta" sounds like a modern rework of Orbital's "Semi Detached", while Dave DK's own "Will Be Gone" is a finely sculpted block of late night Berlin deepness.
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Played by: Junoplus