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Jonathan Kaspar - We Come EP

Jonathan Kaspar

We Come EP

Crosstown Rebels

Cat: CRM 306
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Genre: Minimal/Tech House
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07:56
122
08:34
124
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Review

Returning to Damien Lazarus' Crosstown Rebels label, Jonathan Kaspar presents his latest EP, "We Come", delving into melodic techno realms. With prior contributions to other major indies like Cocoon and Kompakt, Kaspar's signature confidently navigates a big room, dubby trance, and crunchy electro sound with straight up house inspirations. Resisting easy classification, Kaspar weighs up his genres, taking in "Flash Point" as a standout track, with ducking and distortion, plus sidechain, central to the mix here next to some lovely syncopated stabs Additionally, Paul Brenning's rendition of "Transposed Sky" deserves some close attention for its unique flip treatment. In Crosstown we trust.

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