Loulou Players & Alternative Kasual - "Living With You" - (6:37) 122 BPM
Marotto - "Howly" - (5:59) 123 BPM
Nolan - "Dance Now" - (7:32) 120 BPM
Audio Tape - "Absinthe Girl" - (6:28) 121 BPM
Review: It's always a treat when Lou Lou players release a label comp. This 14th installment in the series features four of the kind of prime cuts that got them where they are now. Sleek electro-house is definitely the chief component on all tracks here, with "Living With You" adding a smidgeon of pop, "Howly Beat" sees Marotto adding a sprinkling of tech and a big tablespoon of funky disco on Nolan's "Dance Now". Audio Tape stir in some final dark punk-funk on "Absinthe Girl" for good measure.
Review: Belgian jock, Olivier Gregoire (aka Kolumbo) has been at the forefront of house for the last decade. Here he rustles up the most recent incendiary signings to his Lou Lou Players label. First up, he unites with Pimpo Gama (under his Lou Lou Players guise) for the nasty electro-hop synth fest "Get Down Down Baby", before Consol Trainin & Jayworx rock up with the silky smooth pop-jacker "Break It Down". Elsewhere Diamn slays it with the vintage Chicago vibes of "I Never Give Up" and Max Lyazgin stirs in some extra sleaziness for retro closer, "House Business".