The most lauded artist from the Dresden collective Uncanny Valley, Jacob Korn has earned himself a widespread reputation for his satisfyingly detailed and musically complex approach to deep house. His eagerly awaited debut album You & Me sees the producer take a unique approach, collaborating with a different artist on each track, and if anything, the effect of his fine musicianship is only enhanced, from the sublime Balearic tones of opener "The Place", through the dubby organs and crisp percussion of "Friction", the woozy rhodes melody of "The Drifter". As well as the deeper cuts, Korn isn't averse to some good time party jams - see the San Soda collaboration "Punta Del Este" with its bumping piano riff and the choppy, disco-leaning Cuthead collaboration "Makin' Love" for proof of that. Quite possibly the house album of the year.
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