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Small Shelter EP
UTEM 018
04 Aug 08
Minimal/Tech House
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Small Shelter - (9:41) 124 BPM
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Yellow Flower - (8:26) 124 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Agua Nieve (Frio Polar version) - (8:30) 125 BPM
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Osaka Flu - (9:06) 122 BPM
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Red Flower (cut version) - (7:28) 124 BPM
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Take Me Higher
151868 1738307
09 Mar 18
Deep House
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The More I Get - (5:10) 122 BPM
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Take Me Higher - (3:26) 107 BPM
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Heat Up (Joss Moog edit) - (5:50) 122 BPM
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Be The Same - (3:14) 80 BPM
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Review: Given that their discography consists of a couple of contributions to compilation-style EPs, you'd be forgiven for being unfamiliar with the work of Rubents. This debut EP for Ondule Recordings should finally put them on the map, though. We found opener "The More I Get", a jacking and energy-packed stomper built around short, sharp electric piano riffs and a relentless bassline, to be particularly arresting (not to mention weighty), though the dreamy Joss Moog edit of electrofunk-inspired deep house roller "Heat Up" (so-called because it re-purposes the bassline from an old Shirley Lites jam) is almost as good. Intriguingly, the EP's other two tunes doff a cap to the high-octane thrills of Chicago juke whilst also utilizing a fine ranged of chopped and screwed vocal samples.
Take Me Higher
OND 0018
09 Mar 18
Deep House
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The More I Get - (5:10) 122 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Take Me Higher - (3:26) 107 BPM
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Heat Up (Joss Moog edit) - (5:50) 122 BPM
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Be The Same - (3:14) 80 BPM
from $1.96
Played by: & my mother say
Review: Given that their discography consists of a couple of contributions to compilation-style EPs, you'd be forgiven for being unfamiliar with the work of Rubents. This debut EP for Ondule Recordings should finally put them on the map, though. We found opener "The More I Get", a jacking and energy-packed stomper built around short, sharp electric piano riffs and a relentless bassline, to be particularly arresting (not to mention weighty), though the dreamy Joss Moog edit of electrofunk-inspired deep house roller "Heat Up" (so-called because it re-purposes the bassline from an old Shirley Lites jam) is almost as good. Intriguingly, the EP's other two tunes doff a cap to the high-octane thrills of Chicago juke whilst also utilizing a fine ranged of chopped and screwed vocal samples.
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