Review: The latest from Get Weird comes in the shape of a three track collaboration between C.Vogt and Patrick Jeremic. Following the recent Purple Hills EP and its subsequent success; the duo's minds continue to work in loopy circles and endless grooves that take you off in to the wild blue. Here, 'Vila' captures that moment where the sun peaks over the horizon in some far off land. Reminiscent of the days when trance wasn't a dirty word. The track is the A side off their eponymous EP, which also features the trippy "Vice" and the self explanatory "Ekstasis".
Review: What better way to celebrate a decade in business than by getting Chicago deep house legend Larry Heard to select and mix a double-disc compilation of label highlights? Hats off, then, to Rebirth, who managed to persuade Mr Fingers himself to deliver his first commercially available DJ mix. As you'd expect from both label and DJ, it's a wonderfully atmospheric and melodious affair, with Heard selecting and blending emotion-rich tracks and mixes from Chromatic Filters, Bocca Grande, NuFrequency, Tevo Howard, Motor City Drum Ensemble and James Teej. The first disc, in which Heard races through 28 tracks in just over 70 minutes, is particularly memorable.