House music workaholic Daypak Solo presents his DPK series on one compilation. While he was labeled as just being a minimal producer, Colours shows this categorization is way too narrow. "Orange Skies", with its Reese bass, aching vocals and icy chords, sounds like next generation Detroit techno and "There Is Love" could be his own version of Levon Vincent's steely house, as a repetitive vocal sample is fazed in over rigid drums and a tracky rhythm. Despite these diversions, there is also no sign that he is relinquishing his roots and the Format B remix of "Child of the Night" is the finest example of the stripped back German house sound, replete with an elastic bassline.
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Dapayk SoloMo's Ferry Productions
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