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Take A Trip
Cat: LAD 061. Rel: 18 Jul 22
Deep House
Take A Trip (7:55)
Take A Trip (Ambient version) (7:32)
Review: DJ Tennis's Life And Death label has always done its own thing and served up its own sounds from across the spectrum. This new drop from Alan Dixon offers some of its rave-iest and most peak time sounds yet. 'Take A Trip' is an all out 90s workout with frazzled and thumping drums overlaid with prickly percussion, epic pads and lashings of acid lines. Once that one has worked you into a proper old school sweat, then flip it over for the Ambient version which is somehow almost as intense but less propulsive.
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Forms Of Love
Cat: KM 061. Rel: 27 Jul 22
Deep House
Forms Of Love (7:49)
Review: Keinemusik have made a shocking wave on the international minimal house and techno scene. Two of its core members and executive officers, Adam Port and Alan Dixon, here present a brand new collab single: 'Forms Of Love' is so emotive that its piano, drums, strings and synth flourishes register deep in the gut, the sonic equivalent of a deep bacteria detox. Recalling the slow mournful builds of Rising Sun blended with the of live drumwork Harvey Sutherland or Mim Suleiman, the track is surely our next set-closer go-to.

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One Swallow Doesn't Make A Summer: Part 1
Cat: RB 0851. Rel: 25 Sep 19
Storken - "Lille Vals" (6:22)
Alan Dixon - "Ambient Braindisk" (Drums mix) (5:49)
Zombies In Miami - "Panoramica" (6:36)
Hokaiido - "Talisman" (6:35)
Review: Bizarrely, Running Back boss Gerd Janson describes this multi-artist EP as "a sampler for a hypothetical mixtape". Perhaps he should make that imaginary mix a reality, because all four cuts are quality. Check first the throbbing and pulsating brilliance of Storken's "Lille Vals", which sounds like an Italo-disco obsessive's take on Bobby Orlando's mid-1980s work (with a little NYC freestyle thrown in) before donning your extra-special dancing shoes to shuffle along to Alan Dixon's new dancefloor "Drums Mix" of his synthesizer soundscape "Ambient Braindisk". Zombies In Miami deliver the goods on bleeping, synth-laden nu-disco throb-job "Panoramica", while Hokaiido's "Talisman" offers the perfect combination of delay-laden proto-house drums on steroids, bold freestyle bass and cheery synthesizer melodies.
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Intérprete: 80's Child
Tags: Nu Disco
 in stock $10.34
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