Marion Poncet has had many releases under a number of different aliases, but this is the artist's first release under her real name. The EP comes via La Chinerie, a young and fledgling French label dealing in house, techno and...rap. One could say that Poncet's music on Chineurs De House is a mixture of all three, thanks to its clear broken beat direction. "Rule Of Three", for example, is a deep and funky jazz-dance number a la Dego, whereas "Dancing With Lions" verges more closely to anything techno-minded, but its tribal twist is what makes it interesting. "Hidden" ties things off in classic house mode, and those delicate keys amid the dusty beats remind us of Andres in dance floor mode. Recommended and tipped!
Marion Poncet hails from Rouqine, France and has knack for deep and dusty house sounds here; of the classic disco persuasion. With previous releases on the likes of La Chinerie, GETTRAUM and Rekids (under his more well-known Traumer alias) you know you're in good hands. The title track is the kind of blissful and blunted hip-hip inspired house that Berlin guys like Glenn Astro and Max Graef are known to push, while "Slow Menage" or "Gold Baby" are the kind of hypnotic yet soulful disco loops that are informed by classic DJ Sneak or anyone on Phil Weeks' Robsoul imprint: and we're down with that! Finally man on the moment Borrowed Identity shows his deft had at the remix with "Slow Menage" being turned into a late nite fix of funky disco deviance.