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30 Apr 13
Played by: Cosby (Car Crash Set)
16 Apr 13
Played by: Permanent Vacation
03 Apr 13
Played by: Sasha
Review: Established last year with killer releases from the likes of Photomachine and Presk, 2020's Midnight Visions brand continues to spread the good word house gospel. And who better to continue the sonic sermons than 10 Thousand Yen man Doc Daneeka? Across the four tracks we run the gamut of nocturnal grooves. From soulful filtered house ("Everyday") to subtle n' slinky, sexy electro ("Sunset To Neath"), Doc's prescribed a fine line of midnight tonics. You'll be hard-pushed which one to play first.
14 Apr 13
Review: Ah, the delights of the 'mystery' alter ego. Brazilian Roscoe Sledge is, by all accounts, rather well known as a techno producer under his real name, but has decided to keep people guessing with a new alter-ego. Oh, and a different sound. You see, these four tracks for 20:20 Vision combine a myriad of influences - Visionquest-inspired house, acid, tech-house, twinkling deepness, the fluid synths of nu-disco, the old darkroom style of Roach Motel and the robust pulse of techno - to create wonky dancefloor cuts that defy easy categorization. Our pick is probably the wide-eyed intergalactic funk of "Mis En Scene", but they're all pretty tasty.
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Review: It would be fair to describe Italian producer Enrico Mantini as a "veteran", given that he put out his first 12" way back in 1992. In fact, one of the highlights of that EP - "What You Like" - is featured here, alongside another superb chunk of Italian deep house/garage fusion, "I'll Be There", from 1993. Both tracks have stood the test of time well, and their original '90s flex is the perfect antidote to today's retro-futurist house culture. The undisputed quality of these tracks is put into sharp focus by the EP's two new Mantini cuts, which while solid and playable don't quite have the same unpolished appeal as his original '90s work.
14 May 13
Soundbank containing 64 presets spanning deep, tech, progressive & electro house genres complete with 64 matching MIDI files