As you might expect, there's plenty to enjoy on FourtyFour Ways, the first of a number of EPs celebrating the German deep house imprint's tenth anniversary. Studio Barnhaus co-founder and recent Numbers artist Kornel Kovacs leads the way with "Space Jam", a decidedly cosmic chunk of intergalactic deep house that comes laden with shimmering synthesizers, echo-heavy R&B vocal samples and a killer US garage style bassline. Elsewhere, Smallpeople attempt to out-deep the competition with the deliciously dreamy "Cricket Orchestra", Juniper doffs a cap to classic Detroit techno on the sci-fi throbber "Variations In Grey", and L'Amour Fou drop a sprightly chunk of soft focus positivity with the ricocheting drum machine hits, eyes-closed melodies and booming acid bass of "Da'an".
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