Review: Legendary German label Plastic city present a second club ready two-track from Heller & Connors, two deep, tech and progressive producer that first surfaced together in 2015 with the Tea Tree release, featuring "The Huge Ever Growing Pulsating Feelings That Rule From The Centre Of The Ultraworld (Ohrals '93er Traenendruesen Mix). Reloaded here, the pair serve up two techy, house hitting numbers in "Still The Place To Go" and "Groove Thing" filled with an undeniable German grace. Think The Cab Drivers and Cabernet Records with some warehouse vibes thrown in.
Review: German house legend Norman Feller, also known as Terry Lee Brown Jr. is back on Plastic City with a superb compilation of deep, late night grooves showing us where his long standing imprint is at right now. Starting out with the blissed out dub techno of BDTom's "Wallhack", it ends up covering the entire spectrum of what one could define as 'deep'. From Dave Pad's gorgeously melodic "Dream Clashes" and close associate David Keno and Jimmy Lesson's "Ocean Drop 5", there's classic U.S. Garage sounds courtesy of Brown Jr. himself on "Far Deep Holder" and even moments of more energised tech house like on Dalson's brilliant "Infriction". The compilation also comes as a continuous mix courtesy of Brown Jr. himself, as a bonus track.