There's a reason this digi release from German house stalwarts Peppermint Jam sounds so '90s: it was recorded in 1995. Originally released on 12" in the same year, it's in many ways typical of deep house of the era - particularly that made in the US. Opener "Brazil (Krypt Keepers Mix)" layers sprightly US garage organs atop loose, snare-heavy, borderline tribal percussion. It's crunchy, deep and rolling in equal measure. Original flipside "Jazz Machine" wanders more towards trad US garage territory, building into a delightful percussion jam via crazy organs, jazz cymbals and freaky organ solos. Both tracks offer an authentic blast from the past for those inspired by 1990s US house sounds.
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