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Something Special
REST 003
17 Oct 12
Deep House
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Something Special - (2:43) 103 BPM
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Desert Storm (Herb LF Deadly dub) - (7:02) 113 BPM
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Give Me The Night (Sunday session) - (4:11) 123 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Something Special (Eddie C remix) - (5:40) 112 BPM
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L' Amant - (6:34) 107 BPM
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Played by: King Jackal
Review: Singer Elina Monova has enjoyed a stop-start career to date, releasing just a handful of singles and appearing on one or two notable albums (the most highlight being Manuel Tur's most recent effort on Freerange). Here she attempts to get her solo career going again with an intriguing EP on Rest. "Something Special" itself is a fragile oddity - a soft focus downtempo cut that woozily touches on jazz and deep house. The EP's other original cut, "L'Annant", sees her move successfully into atmospheric deep house territory. The package also includes a number of floor-friendly remixes. Of these, it's Eddie C's deep jazz-house tweak of the title track that most impresses. Recommended.
Restaurant EP
REST 002
23 May 12
Deep House
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Morgenklang - "Green & Blue" - (7:20) 123 BPM
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Superloader - "Walk With Me!" - (5:56) 112 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Discoshit - "Strangers" - (8:23) 111 BPM
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Review: Rest's first release, Discoshit's fluid and decidedly groovy Strike A Pose, won support from a host of well-regarded DJs and producers. This second release on the label looks likely to garner more praise for the imprint. It's similarly loose and languid in its approach, fixing flowing chords, pads and melodies to faithfully shuffling grooves. Morgenklang opens proceedings with the Visionquest-does-US-garage flex of "Green & Blue", before Superloader offers something for the stoners in the shape of the decidedly deep and lazy "Walk With Me". Discoshit closes with "Strangers", a formidable mix of spooky deepness, electrofunk quirkiness and gut-bothering sub-bass pressure.
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