London producer Jansons is the latest artist to appear on Hot Since 82's label - and this diverse release suggests that this is not the last we will hear of him. "Ensemble" blurs the boundaries between house and techno with its buzzing bass and insistent back beats, while on "Spinnin", he takes inspiration from the sound of late 90s West Coast house to create a hazy, dub-heavy tribal groove. Most impressive is the title track, where insistent piano keys and a ponderous spoken word vocal crash in over a jittery, jacking track. Phil Weeks turns it into a spiky percussive affair on his rework, while Doc Martin's take on "Spinnin" sees the veteran US producer add some tripped out disco flavour to the mix.
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