Dutch producer Casper von Banniseht sidles over to Bristol stable Boogie Cafe to present a three-track EP of impeccable dusty house grooves imbued with that Detroit-esque feeling that oozes out of a Moodymann or Theo Parrish record. "Bossa" revels in choppy broken beats and plenty of choice samples in a most loose and soulful of concoctions, while "Lazy" cools down to a simmer with subtle disco licks making the most immersive of deep house jams. "Lone" meanwhile plies a more chipper trade with its hooky chord stabs, but still the vibe remains smooth and laid back, just how the Boogie Cafe crew seem to like it.
Having previously proved their credentials in the re-edit arena, Bristol's Boogie Cafe crew has decided to move into the realm of original production. Happily, the material here is pleasingly good, with Chezz's woozy, organic, soul-flecked deep house opener - featuring some superb samples and cowbells aplenty - standing out. Newman's luscious, electric piano-heavy, edit-not-edit "Here With You" also impresses, while Childs & Moore's "Low Key Disco" lives up to its' name. Of the remixes, it's probably Dave Gerrard's rubbery, swinging interpretation of "Here With You" that takes the plaudits, but both reworks of the Chezz tune are also solid.
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