With renewed interest in early '90s Italian dream house, it's perhaps unsurprising that Clone's Royal Oak imprint has decided to release a swathe of previously unheard tracks from key (sorry) collective Key Tronics Ensemble. It's a predictably warm, rich and loved-up collection, beginning with the saucer-eyed dream house goodness of "Calypso in My House", a notably different version of the track that later became all-time-classic "Calypso of House". "Move in that Demo" is a smiling chunk of New Jersey garage/Italo-house fusion, while "Something in my Groove" sounds like an unlikely collaboration between Larry Heard and Morenas. Best of all though is "Travelling", a rush-inducing chunk of dream house bliss that's amongst the best the genre has to offer.
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