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Phobia
SU 002
17 Dec 12
Minimal/Tech House
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Phobia - (5:14) 122 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Phobia (Kevin McPhee remix) - (7:11) 126 BPM
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Krenshaw
WNCL 013
11 Mar 13
Deep House
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Krenshaw - (6:24) 125 BPM
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Stanton Shuffle - (7:32) 125 BPM
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City Boy - (5:24) 126 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Bureau - (6:55) 126 BPM
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Drag Queen
PICT 013D
20 Aug 12
Minimal/Tech House
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Drag Queen - (5:12) 121 BPM
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Latte - (5:48) 128 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Charlie - (4:34) 127 BPM
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Mint 400 (digital bonus) - (5:43) 127 BPM
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Moonlight
PICT 011
20 Feb 12
Techno
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Moonlight - (4:33) 126 BPM
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All Night - (4:15) 124 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Lucid - (4:40) 126 BPM
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Moonlight (dub) - (4:33) 126 BPM
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Review: Break beats and house music have become compatible again thanks to the rise of bass/funky, but the sound on Moonlight refers back to an older fusion of these sounds. The title track with its breathy vocal intoning 'dance, dance' and spiralling acid line over splintered breaks, sounds more like classic late 90s tech-house than anything contemporary. The dub version of Moonlight and All Night are also inspired by this period, but their chugging grooves, deep chords and spaced out vocals sit more at the house end of the tech-breaks sound and are reminiscent of Mr C or Terry Francis prodcutions from that time. The stand out track however is "Lucid", which sees Champs cut up a ghetto house vocal over an ebm-style bass for a lunging, menacing track that's impossible to categorise. Recommended.
Steve Martin EP
HYPEDIGI 025
05 Nov 12
Minimal/Tech House
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Steve Martin - (6:24) 125 BPM
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NYC Panther - (5:40) 124 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Brooklyn Bomb - (6:27) 125 BPM
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We Are Family Vol 2
WNCL 020
18 Aug 14
Techno
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Bobby Champs - "Krenshaw" (J Tijn's drum tool) - (4:43) 125 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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West Norwood Cassette Library - "Drop" (Knowing Looks remix) - (4:50) 94 BPM
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Kevin McPhee - "In Circles" (Kamikaze Space Programmeas Drum Tool) - (7:03) 128 BPM
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J Tijn - "Flat" (West Norwood Cassette Library remix) - (5:37) 129 BPM
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Review: For the second installment of the WNCL compilation series, a host of label regulars are swapping their parts around and remixing each other for a typically eclectic and positively bumping set of results that truly define where the label is at right now. J Tijn makes a tracky "drum tool" out of Bobby Champs' "Krenshaw", while Knowing Looks takes a rough blade to the label boss' "Drop" and comes out with a decidedly jagged breakbeat workout. Kamikaze Space Programme simmers Kevin McPhee's "In Circles" into a crunchy techno study, and then West Norwood Cassette Library himself takes J Tijn's "Flat" to task with a blissful dub-meets-breakbeat house version.
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