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Hot Waves Compilation Volume Four

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Hot Waves Compilation Volume Four

Hot Waves

Cat: HWCD 004
Released: 
Genre: Deep House
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TITLE
LENGTH
BPM
06:25
122
05:57
124
07:44
122
07:23
124
07:47
124
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07:56
123
06:42
124
06:49
120
07:02
116
08:44
122
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Review

With Hot Creations hurtling towards global dancefloor domination at a furious pace, it's down to their Hot Waves label to serve up more intriguing underground treats. This fourth collection of previously unreleased odds and ends features some contributions from well-known names - see Buckley's party-hearty, ragga-tinged "Back To The Tower" and the strobe light shuffle of Simon Baker and Robert James' "Get Up High" - but mostly impresses with its support of new and little-known talent. Few, for example, will have heard of Human Life & Annabel Englund (whose "Falling" is a synth-pop flavoured deep house delight) or Denny (check the thrilling, cowbell-powered "Shake The Club"), but their unheralded contributions stand out. If you're after hot new house, look no further.

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