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Crosstown Rebels Present SPIRITS VI

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Crosstown Rebels Present SPIRITS VI

Crosstown Rebels

Cat: CRMLP 052
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Genre: Deep House
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TITLE
LENGTH
BPM
06:13
124
05:33
124
06:25
126
07:05
123
05:59
128
07:07
120
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Review

For fans of Damian Lazarus's Crosstown Rebels label, the release of a new SPIRITS compilation has become something of a New Year tradition. In Lazarus' words, the yearly collection - which here hits its' sixth volume - sets the label's "agenda" for the year ahead via cuts from fresh signings and label regulars. There are plenty of bona-fide dancefloor gems to be found throughout the eight-track collection, with our current favourites including the throbbing, percussion-rich big room tech-house excellence of 'The Vision' by Cameron Jack; the acid-fired heaviness of Lauren Lane's 'Fair Game', with its wobbly sub-bass and echoing Latin drum hits; the crackling, mind-mangling tech-house psychedelia of 'So Deep' by Cristina Lazic and Leia Contois; and the fiendishly bass-heavy tribal-tech wonder that is Inigo Vontier's accurately titled 'That Trippy Sound'.

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