Despite boasting a fittingly deep discography, Chicago veteran Gene Hunt rarely drops a duff release. Predictably, "Reborn Rhythms" - his first outing on Burek - is another four-track treat. "Deep House Thang", which is available in both Instrumental and Vocal mixes, sounds like a bossa-nova-influenced, jazz-funk-flecked deep house collaboration between Glenn Underground, Amp Fiddler and Kenny Dixon Jnr, which I think we can all agree is high praise. "Get Down" is a slightly more driving but no less out there affair - think elastic bass guitar, spaced-out vocals and subtle nods to classic disco-funk cuts - while closer "The Message" is a borderline breathtaking fusion of driving deep house, layered Latino percussion, heavy sub-bass and smooth chords.
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