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  1. Dr Drak - "Avec Les Nuages"
  2. Gemini - "UHF"
  3. Simon DK - "Gingo De Mayo"
  4. BRS - "Ms Honey"
out of stock $8.46
Cat: CGTX 001. Rel: 29 May 13
Deep House
  1. If You Go To Believe In Something
  2. Joker
  3. Don't U Know
  4. Psychosis
Review: Chiwax inaugurate a series of ten planned releases from Mr Spencer Kincy aka Gemini with this timely reissue of one of the producer's most sought after releases. Quite where Kincy has been for the past 12 years or so isn't exactly clear but the potential prospect of some new Gemini material should be salivating for any self proclaimed fan of Chicago house. Traxx Vol 1 features all the tracks from Untitled, the EP Kincy released as Gemini on Cajual back in 1995 though not in the same order as that original pressing. Regardless, the chance to own the brilliant percussion workout that is "Joker" or the mind bending "Psychosis" should not be passed up.
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out of stock $9.26
Cat: ROBSOUL 105. Rel: 18 Jan 12
Deep House
  1. Spirals
  2. Return Of The Jack
  3. Take Your Time
  4. Wanna Push You
out of stock $7.68
In Neutral (2xLP)
Cat: CGTX 004. Rel: 04 Sep 14
Deep House
  1. Campanula
  2. Lifted Line
  3. Memory
  4. On This Planet
  5. Ahi
  6. In Neutral
  7. ?
  8. De Bass
Review: Gemini's In Neutral has always been regarded as something of a second wave Chicago deep house classic; an album that was celebrated by the heads on its' initial release in 1997, but didn't have the wider impact it probably should have done. Since then, it's been tricky to find on vinyl - unless you're willing to pay inflated online prices, of course - so this licensed reissue from ChiWax is a welcome surprise. In Neutral remains arguably Gemini's best work, and mixes thumping, hypnotic, Detroit techno influenced deep house jams with a smattering of deeper, jazz-flecked downtempo excursions (see "Ahi"). The album also features a sterling chunk of early Chicago boompty in the shape of the superb "?".
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 in stock $19.59
Cat: CYC 0053. Rel: 19 Oct 16
Deep House
  1. 4321 (6:26)
  2. Jungle Life (6:03)
  3. Monday To Wednesday (6:48)
Review: More unearthed rarities by the Windy City legend Spencer Kincy courtesy of French label Cyclo with The Lost EP. On the A side, we've got the rolling "4321" which features some immaculate drum programming on a simple yet effective groove. On the flip, "Jungle Life" is dark, deep, tripped out.. techno, we'd say! Similar to experiments of the time by fellow Chicagoan Green Velvet; this one was mental! Finally, there's a moment of absolute deepness by the man in the form of the smooth and emotive "Monday To Wednesday". While there certainly are stories going around regarding what happened to Kincy, we'd urge you to focus less on the rumours and to enjoy his wonderful musical legacy instead. Timeless stuff!
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Intérprete: Laura Jones
out of stock $9.52
Le Fusion (12")
Cat: 0005 AD. Rel: 13 Apr 17
Deep House
  1. Track 1 (6:23)
  2. Track 2 (6:56)
  3. Track 3 (6:05)
Review: More seminal material by the legendary Spencer Kincy aka Gemini up for grabs once again courtesy of the newly created Another Day imprint out of London. As before, this release has been licensed directly from the man himself, so unlike some other reissues out there, the money made from its exploitation will go directly to him. Originally released in 1995 on Curtis Jones' Cajual Recordings, this one has been a favorite among those in the know for sometime. Starting off with the woozy Afro house of "Untitled I", the wicked jack of "Untitled II" is probably more familiar to most others as the Gemini sound. On the flip, "Untitled III" is a raw and stripped back drum track/DJ tool.
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out of stock $9.26
Cat: 0004 AD. Rel: 23 Sep 16
Deep House
  1. Native To America (7:27)
  2. It's The Inside That Counts (6:42)
  3. Don't Look Back
  4. Falling Leaves
  5. Stand Up
  6. How Can I Chill?
  7. What You're Gonna Do?
  8. Future Beat I
  9. Future Beat II
  10. Future Beat III
Review: Spencer "Gemini" Kincy has long been regarded as one of Chicago's true heroes; a scarily prolific producer who disappeared from view around the turn of the millennium, leaving behind a decade's worth of brilliant house productions for the likes of Relief/Casjual, Peacefrog, Planet E, Distance and Classic. Here, arguably his greatest single work, the in-demand 1997 full-length Imagine-A-Nation, finally gets a re-release via RAMP's archival arm Another Day. It remains a brilliant piece of work, joining the dots between Cajmere style loop-funk, French touch, disco-house, Derrick Carter-esque "boompty" and techno in a unique way. Highlights are naturally plentiful, from the relentless loops, drum machine handclaps and cut-up drops of "Don't Look Back", to the undulating, jackin' deep house goodness of "How Can I Chill?".
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out of stock $18.26
Tribute EP (12")
Cat: ROBSOUL 94. Rel: 16 Mar 11
Deep House
  1. Soho
  2. Let's Go
  3. Where Do I Go (1997 mix)
  4. How Can I
out of stock $8.74
Cat: 0007 AD2. Rel: 04 Sep 18
Deep House
  1. U Know How I Feel (5:29)
  2. Festival (4:58)
  3. Your Place Or Mine (4:04)
  4. For Love (7:39)
Review: Pure Cajual gold as Another Day release Spencer Kincy's one of four Gemini EPs on Relief. As with most of these early EPs (and his legendary sets) Kincy kicks off with a warm, deep number (the Nina Simone sampling beauty "U Know How I Feel") before feeding us to the Chicago lions... "Festival" is a relentless loopy jacker laced with carnival vocals, "Your Place Or Mine" plays tempo tricks with the mind before "For Love" closes with a hypnotic stomp that pays homage to the icy futurist charms of electro but with added concrete drums. Grab this before they all disappear!
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 in stock $9.00
Cat: 0007 AD3. Rel: 04 Sep 18
Deep House
  1. Imagine A Nation (4:42)
  2. Imagine A Nation (instrumental) (5:10)
  3. Imagine A Beat (2:29)
  4. For The Crazy I (5:36)
  5. For The Crazy II (4:40)
 in stock $9.00
Cat: 0007 AD4. Rel: 04 Sep 18
Deep House
  1. Welcome To The Future I (5:35)
  2. Welcome To The Future II (5:05)
  3. Blast Me (4:40)
  4. Jovial (7:35)
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Cat: CGTX 005. Rel: 27 Jul 15
Deep House
  1. Log In (5:45)
  2. Shadowland (5:38)
  3. The Wave (6:20)
  4. Motion (7:09)
Review: There is not much more to say about Chicago's Gemini apart from the fact that he was a true house legend who, until recently, remained largely in the deep underground of the city's music, and has inspired a new generation of producers. Sadly, although he's still kicking about somewhere in the States, the man doesn't make music anymore. However, it's difficult to say whether he could have done much more these days, given how futuristic and cutting-edge his music-making was back then, and how fresh and it still sounds today. For these reasons, Germany's Chiwax have reissued a number of his EP's by now, and Shadowlust is the latest in the series. Much like the previous instalments, these four cuts are classic Gemini delivering the pure house magic - from "Log In" to "Motion", the beats are swinging, the chords heavy and pads climactic. If you've copped the other recent reissues then this is a must, if you haven't even heard of Gemini then please do yourself a favour..!
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out of stock $9.26
Cat: PLE 65313. Rel: 16 Feb 10
Deep House
  1. A Dream
  2. Crossing Mars
  3. Crossing Mars (remix)
  4. A Moment Of Insanity
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The Beginning (clear vinyl 4xLP)
Cat: 0007 AD. Rel: 25 Apr 18
Deep House
  1. The Beginning (4:57)
  2. Floating (4:41)
  3. Klonopin (6:28)
  4. Klonopinless (6:27)
  5. U Know How I Feel (5:31)
  6. Festival (5:00)
  7. Your Place Or Mine (4:04)
  8. For Love (7:40)
  9. Imagine A Nation (4:44)
  10. Imagine A Nation (instrumental) (5:12)
  11. Imagine A Beat (2:30)
  12. For The Crazy I (5:37)
  13. For The Crazy II (4:40)
  14. Welcome To The Future I (5:35)
  15. Welcome To The Future II (5:06)
  16. Blast Me (4:41)
  17. Jovial (7:36)
Review: The career of the legendary and near mythical Spencer Kincy is celebrated on this extensive compilation, featuring some of his greatest hits. He released over 200 tracks over a prolific period between from the mid to late nineties, then as many of you may know by now, suddenly disappeared - at the peak of his career. Rumours have been bandied about, regarding what happened and his whereabouts now, but we're assured he is alive and well. As like other reissues on Anotherday, this compilation has been licensed directly from the man himself and royalties will go directly to him. From the tough bounce of "U know How I Feel" or the sensual lo-slung funk of "Imagine A Nation", the bulk of these tracks were originally released on local powerhouse Relief Records between 1994 - 1995 and are classic Kincy. Timeless stuff right here from the annals of Chicago house history.
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Intérprete: Alex Font
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 in stock $38.30
In & Out Of Fog & Lights (reissue) (2xLP) (1 per customer)
Cat: PF 070. Rel: 29 Sep 17
Deep House
  1. New Style Of (4:16)
  2. Deep Shade (6:18)
  3. Freefall (5:32)
  4. I (5:12)
  5. Pelargium (5:52)
  6. 2007 (2:12)
  7. Z Funk (6:44)
  8. Fizz (7:33)
 in stock $31.75
Cat: PF 065. Rel: 19 Jul 17
Deep House
  1. Snow Drop (7:09)
  2. Day Dreaming (5:58)
  3. A Blue Night (5:53)
  4. X (8:50)
Intérprete: Chubby, Roberto S, Lamache
out of stock $9.26
Cat: CGTX 006. Rel: 11 Nov 16
Deep House
  1. The Entrance (6:15)
  2. Kiva Song (6:23)
  3. Let's Go (6:31)
  4. Dreamer (6:16)
  5. UHF (5:54)
  6. Future Beat (7:01)
  7. Three (6:32)
  8. Raplh (6:14)
Review: Since it first appeared back in 1999, Gemini's fourth full-length, The Music Hall, has become something of a sought-after item. Happily, Chi Wax has decided to re-master and re-issue it. Predictably, it's stood the test of time rather well, with Gemini - real name Spencer Kincy - serving up a whirlwind tour of late '90s Chicago obsessions. So, there's the jazz-flecked, proto-boompty bounce of opener "The Entrance", the Larry Heard-on-valium warmth of "Kiva Song", the stripped-back, disco-influenced house funk of "Let's Go", and - more surprisingly - the UK garage influenced bounce of "Dreamer". He also doffs a cap to early Daft Punk style techno-funk on "Future Beat", and fuses dirty bass, jazzy keys and swinging breakbeats on standout closer "Raplh".
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out of stock $18.79
How Can I (12")
Cat: RECYC 002. Rel: 27 Feb 17
Deep House
  1. How Can I (Richard Sen remix) (9:23)
  2. How Can I (original mix) (6:19)
  3. How Can I (Richard Sen Old School mix) (5:16)
Review: We can think of few more qualified to remix Gemini's tasty, jazz-flecked Chicago jacker "How Can I" - first released back in 1999 on Cyclo's legendary Revolutions compilation - than Richard Sen. His knowledge of classic Chicago house is up with the best of them, and he duly puts that to good use on two tidy reworks. Both replace the original's low-slung jazz bass sample with a tougher, wonkier, acid-inspired bassline, throwing in undulating TB-303 lines, wonky electronics and snappy drum machine percussion. Of the two new interpretations, it's the slightly more sparse Old School Mix - an altogether rougher, raw revision - that's arguably the highlight. Gemini's brilliant original version is also included.
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Intérprete: Richard Sen, Jock Club
out of stock $8.74
Cat: 0007 AD1. Rel: 04 Sep 18
Deep House
  1. The Beginning (4:57)
  2. Floating (4:40)
  3. Klonopin (6:29)
  4. Klonopinless (6:28)
Review: Spencer Kincy takes us back to 94 as part of his four EP series that documents the first run of Gemini EPs on Green Velvet's seminal Relief Records imprint. Still as ahead of their time as they were almost 25 years ago, "The Beginning" is wildly off grid, loose and insanely funky while the rest of the EP gradually morphs into breath taking technoid experiments "Floating" takes a high NRG feel with its looping insistency "Klonopin" and its edited sibling "Klonopinless" offer a full physical sensation with their brazen hypnotic loopiness. Watch out for the other remaining three...
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 in stock $9.00
Cat: CGTX 002. Rel: 24 Oct 13
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Swimmin' Wit' Sharks (6:44)
  2. We Are The Future (6:38)
  3. A Taste (6:25)
  4. Swimmin' Wit' Sharks (dub) (7:23)
Review: The sorely missed talent of Spencer Kincy left many an overlooked gem in his wake, most of which has been slowly getting re-released over time since he left the music business. This EP previously appeared on Classic shortly before he stepped out of the fray and its not hard to hear the signs in the playful lyrics of the title track, but throughout the EP is the evidence of what a gifted house artist he really was. From the playful, bubbly bounce of the lead track to the heads down low end trip "A Taste", this is as strong a selection of house cuts as you're likely to hear all year.
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