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20 May 13
03 Jun 13
Review: Taken from XXXY's debut EP of the same name back in February, the title track has had clubs in raptures for months now. Fusing the melodic and highly danceable flavas of UKG while maintaining that deep house drive, it holds together retro synths and big, bouncing bass in a perfect balance. The crisp claps and dancefloor stomp of "Studio 9 (Just Like That)" gets an 808 rhythm to move things along. Add an infectiously simple vocal that progresses into classic deep house territory, is it any wonder XXXY is turning so many heads right now? If you don't already own the EP this is an ideal stepping stone into his world.
06 May 13
05 May 13
27 May 13
Review: After a killer run of releases for The Trilogy Tapes, L.I.E.S. and Rush Hour under his many monikers, William Burnett returns to DJ TLR's Creme Organization with Run From The Sunset EP. Be it crafting lo-fi power house for L.I.E.S and Creme Organization, dreamy synth sessions for NYC label Sequencias or unlikely club anthems like "The Overlord" for Will Bankhead's Trilogy Tapes imprint, William Burnett ranks alongside Legowelt in his ability to produce frazzled house music weighted toward the not-so serious end of club techno. His return to Creme sees the multi-faceted DJ and label boss canvass an array of sounds, ranging from deep, chord driven Chicago-style house to playful electronica and traversable worm-holing techno.
01 May 13
10 Jun 13
Review: The second single from Will Saul's more organic side project, Close, benefits greatly from the effortlessly soulful, melancholic vocals from Fat Freddy's Drop vocalist Joe Dukie. They sound majestic over Saul's sparse, shuffling production, all loose, live drums, subtle guitars and hissing cymbals. The remix package is impressive, too, with Dusky offering a perfectly-pitched version that manages to keep the fragility of the original whilst adding some stomping, garage-influenced drums. Midland's murky deep house tweak is pretty tasty, too, while Tanner Ross & Slow Hands go all Balearic on their beatless version. If anything, it's even more spine-tingling than the superb original.
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03 Jun 13
Played by: Disco Doubles
Review: Rather than plunder the early 80s electro end of synth pop, Wichniowski seem to be more influenced by the glossy productions of the end of that decade. Specifically on "Every Second" by um, Johnny Hates Jazz. Wait! Don't leave! Give it a chance and you'll find yourself seduced by the shimmering synth work and impossibly catchy effete vocal melody. Or maybe the surprisingly authentic sounding Balearica of "Ain't You" will grab you. If you're really looking for club action though, we guarantee that if Bronx's euphonic piano house mix doesn't do it for you, DPN's filthy house growler totally will.