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Cat: UTTU 063. Rel: 21 Jun 16
Deep House
  1. I've Always Liked Grime (6:52)
  2. Black Palms (5:27)
  3. Menace II Society (6:42)
Review: Jordan Alexander's been rinsing it under his Mall Grab moniker, and every release since his debut back in 2015 has been hotly tipped by us here at Juno towers. EP's for Church, 1080p and Collect-Call have now earned him a spot on Unknown To The Unknown, one of our favourite labels and surely one of the most diverse, too. "I've Always Like Grime", as the name implies, is a house track made by someone who listened to high doses of Crazy Titch and Plastician back in the day, but "Black Palms" does its best to distance itself from the UK thanks to some pretty nasty acid bumps, and "Menace II Society" heads to Chicago with its singular vocal sample and dusty house flex. Sick!
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Positive Energy Forever
Cat: LFT 008. Rel: 24 Jul 20
Techno
  1. Positive Energy Forever
  2. Disconnect
  3. There Is A
  4. Sheer Fuck-offness
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House Crime Vol 2 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: HC 002. Rel: 28 Nov 16
Deep House
  1. Steven BC - "Flanger Zone" (7:02)
  2. Mall Grab - "2 B Reel" (5:29)
  3. Lawrence Lee - "Pyongyang Rhythm" (7:13)
  4. Jeremy Castillo - "Beat Dat" (feat Vin Sol) (4:24)
Review: Unknown To The Unknown spreads its wings with a new sublabel dedicated specifically to jacking house jams for proper white-knuckle party times. Steven BC turns the acid intensity up to 11 with the devastatingly on-point "Flanger Zone", while Mall Grab reaches for a classic bit of disco funk to sample and filter mercilessly. Lawrence Lee meanwhile opts for a playful, budget take on Eastern electro on "Pyongyang Rhythm" before Jeremy Castillo and Vin Sol return to primal Trax Records territory for "Beat Dat". It's a release that marks House Crimes out as a natural descendant from UTTU's irreverent approach to dance music, without compromising on the quality.
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