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If first-gen house and techno are your bag then don't sleep on this excellent EP from Oliver Siebert and Stefan Braatz, AKA Acid Jerks: it's got vintage flavas seeping from every pore. The EP opens with 'Shades Of Grey', which combines Detroitian strings and a 'French Kiss'-like bass throb. 'Wheels Of Fortune' and 'Rise Up' then look to early Chi-town deep house from the likes of Ron Trent and Larry Heard for inspiration, before 'Ace Of Spade' plays us out and finally answers the question, "What would acid house sound like it had been invented AFTER the Jet and Zip effects on Pioneer DJ kit?". Jack your body!
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