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20 Apr 10
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Played by: B-Jam, Kisk, Martin Haberland, Alkalino, B. Jinx, Frank Booker, Layo & Bushwacka, Sccucci Manucci, Charles Scott
Review: The Rush Hour backed campaign to secure wider acclaim for the music of Nebraska aka producer Ali Gibbs gathers apace with this digital edition of a long overdue second album. Anyone who has indulged in one or more of the four Nebraska EPs to surface via the Amsterdam based label will have an idea of what to expect here - a canny melding of classic disco elements and dusted house rhythms. From the opening urgency of "Allahabad" expectations are matched and surpassed, with a dizzying liquefied sound modulating in kaleidoscopic fashion around intricately poised percussion and upwardly rippling bass. Focus hard on the track's progression and you are hooked. The subsequent new productions all captivate in a similar fashion and mark Gibbs out as one of house music's most unappreciated purveyors.
21 Sep 10
Played by: Dlay/Syndrome, Giom, Olivier Desmet, Michael Mckenna (Keep Schtum), Krl, Dave Allison, Randy Brusseto, Shadow Dancer, Alkalino, Juno Recommends Deep House, Frank Booker, Axer Rouf, Cottam, Deymare, K-Hand (Top 25 Downloads), Sccucci Manucci, Adam Khan (Void Music), Dairmount (Room With A View Recs), Trevor Jackson (Playgroup), Sebo K
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06 Dec 10
Played by: Juno Recommends Techno
Review: US producer Nebraska proves yet again why he's one of the world's greatest house producers. "Green Marimba" could come as a surprise to his fans as it focuses on a more stripped back, tribal rhythm than usual, but in the main this a deep house fan's wet dream. Both "88-89" and "Hi Ya" manage to capture the balance between the traditional soulfulness and machine-driven warmth that original Chicago producers like Larry Heard excelled at. Meanwhile "Tell Me Symmetrical" oozes tripped out acid excess but is underscored by the kind of atmospheric textures that Nebraska is best known for - and rounds off this essential release in style.