Spanish producer de la Calle is not the kind of producer that one would have expected to hear on Planet Rhythm back during its golden period in the late '90s or early noughties. However, tastes and labels change over time. As the wispy, understated minimalism of "Alex Blaney Said No Again " demonstrates, this is de la Calle at his most subtle. The wispy textures of the track provide a prelude for the shimmering techno chords of the title track and for " I Love You", which inhabits similar territory but with rickety percussive shots and spasmodic rhythms. In fact, the only straight dance floor track is "Govindaya Namah Dub", a dubby groove that ebbs and flows to the sound of shimmering chords and metallic percussive ticks.
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