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11 Feb 11
Review: In Chaim, Israel boasts a producer of genuine flair, quality and innovation. Alive, his debut album for long time employers Bpitch Control, is the equal to anything from Berlin, London or New York. What's more, there's a distinctive shuffle and melodic warmth that gives it real emotional resonance. This is electronic music that appeals beyond the confines of club dancefloors - it has that kind of timeless, far-sighted vibe that makes it a wonderful listen from start to finish. First and foremost, then, Alive is a proper album, with songs ("Wish", "Alive"), jolly instrumentals ("Popsky"), musical experiments (the strange pop-rock of "Robots On Meth") and stone-cold hits (the celebrated dream-like synth pop of "Love Rehab" and grandiose dancefloor throb of "U & Eye" and "Runaway Frequencies"). It gathers together diverse influences - synth-pop, German house and techno, nu-disco, ambient, even nu-jazz - and weaves them into something new and fresh. It's beguiling, bewitching and, most of all, beautiful. Don't miss out.
25 Mar 11
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03 Feb 12
Review: Astral-slanted electro-tech joy from Israel's Chaim on this new release, with the seductive post-acid bite of "Levantina" and the chiming keys and The Cure-like bassline of "Robots of Meth" proving real treats. Remixes of the latter tune by David K Benzona add a bubbly and effusive Chicago flavour whilst keeping the creeping intensity locked in.
07 Jan 11
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