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Fabric 89/Gerd Janson
FABRIC 177DX
19 Aug 16
Funky/Club House
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Fabric 89/Gerd Janson (continuous DJ mix) - (1:16:30) 119 BPM
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Review: Given his extensive knowledge of house and techno through the decades, not to mention his immaculate mixing skills, you'd expect Gerd Janson's contribution to Fabric's long-running mix series to be rather good. As predicted, it's superb. After opening with Luke Abbot's deliciously steamy, marimba-heavy rework of Todd Terje sunset classic "Snooze 4 Love", the Running Back chief gradually ups the tempo and intensity, along the way finding time for the melodious breeziness of John Talabot, the stripped-back retro-futurism of Shan, a dash of big room business from Joy Orbison and Boddika, and a swathe of lesser-known house gems from the likes of Joe Clausell and Scott Grooves. He also finds space for Prins Thomas's fine remix of Caribou's "Sun", which closes the mix perfectly.
Gerd Janson Presents Musik For Autobahns
RH 125LP
25 Feb 13
Deep House
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Ame - "Erkki" - (5:48) 102 BPM
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Maxxi & Zeus - "Passion" - (8:09)
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Tom Trago - "Next Fase" (remix) - (5:30) 120 BPM
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CF & Daywalker - "115 bpm" - (5:51) 115 BPM
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Marcus Worgull & Motor City Drum Ensemble - "Onassis" - (5:23)
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Roman Flugel - "Duck & Cover" - (5:02) 132 BPM
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Suzanne Kraft - "ESL" - (7:08)
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Weird Guilders - "Sentimental Journey" - (3:21) 117 BPM
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Marco Passarani - "White Chocolate" - (5:36) 111 BPM
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Tensnake - "Bliss" - (4:31) 115 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Acoustic High-End Research - "Beer & Air" - (4:19) 125 BPM
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Move D - "The Incorrigible Heartthrob" - (6:47) 120 BPM
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Young Marco - "In The Wind" - (5:43) 131 BPM
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Osborn - "Oyasumi" - (3:26)
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Review: With a title like this, it's no surprise to learn that the compilation Gerd Janson has pulled together for Rush Hour is somewhat indebted to the legacy of Kraftwerk. In a thoroughly refreshing focus of intent, the contributing artists have had to reach towards a preface of "ambient not ambient" to take part in this project, and the end results showcase artists reaching beyond the common fare they turn out in their day to day release schedules. With his roots in ambient, Move D is of course right at home here, as is Roman Flugel, but it's exciting to hear the Krautrock tones of Ame's "Erkki" or the claustrophobic beatdown of Maxxi & Zeus (better known as Quiet Village).
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