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17 Jun 08
06 Jun 11
Played by: G-Blaster (Rotarydisco76)
07 Jun 10
Played by: Adam B (Homegrown Music/Palooza), Mixmag, Juno Recommends Minimal/Tech House, Baldino, Ibiza Voice, Anja Schneider, Booka Shade
Review: Supplement Facts label boss Guy Gerber returns with his new EP, "Hate / Love," featuring three tracks of beauty and brooding menace. The title track is a deep and mysterious jaunt into exotic atmospheres, experienced through a sense of nervous watchfulness. The laid back yet menacing vocals are provided by P. Diddy's new Dirty Money Crew member, Dawn Richard. His graceful vocals add a relaxing sentiment that wonderfully plays off the track's edgy, uneasy undertones. "Lost In You Like A Chinese Cookie" continues the theme, rolling along amid tribal beats and skipping, melodic synths. Still wrapped in the depth of wildness, the Israeli lifts things a little higher than the preceding number. That said, he plunges back into the depths and far beyond with the EP's standout track, "Stockholm Syndrome." Classic 909s mix with growling basslines and an equally snarling vocal to create this dancefloor bomb. Perfect for small, sweat-filled, dark box rooms with unfeasibly large soundsystems.
12 Nov 12
Played by: Manhattan
Review: If you had Guy Gerber down as just another producer from Israel, you're sorely mistaken. "Steady" maps out a new direction for house; its drums are heavy, the synths eerie and a mournful, new wave bassline underpins Jaw's dreamy vocals. It's one of the most unusual house productions Juno Plus has heard this year, and it provides ample opportunity for Midland to deliver a stunning remix. He makes the drums heavier, beefs up the beats and delivers a buzzing bassline that sends the arrangement whooshing into the cosmos. Gerber's own "The Golden Sun & The Silver Moon", which fuses a rolling rhythm with chiming chords, completes the package.
29 Jun 09
23 Apr 12
Review: On one hand, it's quite a surprise to see one-time prog houser Guy Gerber throw his lot in with Seth Troxler's achingly hip Visionquest label. On the other, it makes perfect sense. Visionquest has long been obsessed with soft focus melodies and dreamy compositions, and "The Mirror Game" - a loose deep houser blessed with cascading melodies and progressive atmospherics - ticks all those boxes. "One Day In May" opts for a more old skool house approach, mixing shuffling, West Coast deep house percussion with woozy chords and heady vocal samples. Gerber rounds off the EP by dropping that most prog house of selections - a beatless ambient version of the comfy title track.
17 May 07
07 Jan 11
Played by: Dudley Strangeways
25 Jun 09