Review: With almost 20 titles to his name on Japan's Acidworx label Acid Child has just about cemented himself as a legend of the 303. This Uberbrau EP fires in four more facemelters for the hardened techno or rave set with Acid Child turning up the percussion most in "Uberbrau 2" with the grooviest number of this record found in "Uberbrau 1". Get your hottest melody in "Uberbrau 4" with "Uberbrau 3" only missing the vocal 'ecstasy...ecstasy". Don't trip!
Review: If you like your house and disco druggy, percussive, psychedelic and smothered in African and South American instrumentation, you need this Ahau EP in your life. It sees the sometime Global Hybrid artist expertly fuse the traditional and cutting-edge in a number of thrilling, ear-catching ways. Check first opener 'Bienvenida En Shipibo', where haunting flute melodies, snaking sax lines and Spanish spoken word vocals rise above a percussion-rich, slo-mo house groove, before admiring the rainforest-fresh tropical chug of 'Viento Danzate'. For those seeking more up-tempo, club-ready excursions, we'd recommend the haunting, locked-in Colombian deep house flex of 'Agradecido' and the faintly foreboding, trance-inducing house bounce of 'Amanecer Repentino'.