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Cat: ARC 100CD. Rel: 09 Feb 17
Deep House
  1. In & Out 2
  2. Mess Up
  3. Everything
  4. Against All Odds
  5. Joystick
  6. Facet Of Jazz
  7. Wind & Sea
  8. Peanuts
  9. Storm
  10. Open A Window
  11. Eastern Sound
  12. Inspired By
  13. Ghost Spaces
  14. Dark Slide
  15. Touch
  16. Blue Interlude
  17. Move Baby
  18. Stray Idea
  19. Galactic Home
  20. Move, Move, Move
  21. K'Thwack!
  22. Believe In Me
  23. Slide It In
  24. Sassy
  25. Slide It In (Charles Webster remix)
  26. Story
  27. Back To The Center
  28. Story (Si Tew remix)
  29. Nerve Service
  30. Wind & Sea (Nacho Marco remix)
  31. This, What Make Me Tick!
  32. Peanuts (Trueself remix)
  33. Slide It In (Atjazz remix)
Review: Martin 'Atjazz' Iveson continues to celebrate notching up two decades in deep house, this time via an expanded reissue of his largely overlooked 1999 debut album, That Something. The album originally appeared on DIY Discs offshoot DIYersions, and saw Iveson combining his love of tactile, atmospheric deep house with jazzy keys, and the kind of sublime synthesizer sounds he later explored more extensively on 2001 full-length Labfunk. This reissue contains two discs of obscure and previously unheard bonus material. CD2 contains unreleased archive material recorded between 1995 and '98 - including some especially good downtempo gear - while CD3 features alternative versions, bonus cuts from 12" singles, and a smattering of tasty remixes. That it all still sounds fantastic is testament to Iveson's impeccable production skills.
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Intérprete: Atjazz, Lay-far
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Cat: ARC 137V. Rel: 02 Oct 19
Deep House
  1. It's My Time (Jimpster remix) (7:02)
  2. It's My Time (Jimpster instrumental) (5:58)
Review: Atjazz & Jullian Gomes released their "Big Bad Crazy" album nearly a year ago to wide acclaim, and here is one of the LP's standout tracks which receives a rework from Freerange/Delusions Of Grandeur chief Jimpster. He replaces the sensual late night deepness of the original version of "It's My Time" with a slinky, hypnotic and absolutely mesmerising vibe, awash in shimmering melodies, delay drenched snippets of the original vocals and an absolutely addictive bassline. There's a handy instrumental on the flip too. Braintree's finest delivers the goods once again on this hit that's sure to have wide crossover appeal.
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Love Me (12")
Cat: ARC 128V. Rel: 22 May 19
Deep House
  1. Love Me (Kaytronik Difibrillator dub) (7:53)
  2. Love Me (Kaytronik Difibrillator beats) (4:27)
Review: Originally released back in 2018, this collaboration between UK broken beat/nu-jazz pioner Martin Iveson aka Atjazz and rising South African deep house star Jullian Gomes was featured on their full length album Big Bad Crazy. The track in focus, "Love Me" in its original form is a glassy-eyed and heartfelt affair, accentuated by immersive dub chords and powerful symphonic arrangement. It gets the Kaytronik treatment on this 12", and if the name sounds familiar that's because it's the alias of legendary Baltimore producer Karizma. A side houses the stripped down and hypnotic "Kaytronik Difibrillator Dub" that works those orchestral sounds really well against dusty barebones rhythms, while "Kaytronik Difibrillator Beats" on the flip sees him serve up a handy and functional bass-driven dub for DJ use.
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Big Bad Crazy (2/2) (clear vinyl 12")
Cat: ARC 008V2. Rel: 24 Oct 18
Deep House
  1. Decoded (6:19)
  2. Don Esquire (7:14)
  3. Love Me (7:25)
  4. Empty Paradise (6:55)
Review: Atjazz chief Martin Iveson teams up with South African producer and label staple Jullian Gomes for a collection of sublime hi-tech soul expressions on the second part of the Big Bad Crazy album. It follows on five years after their exceptional debut collaboration The Gift The Curse and 'points out the broken state of our world, and .. the ongoing struggle to make it through the pain.' Indeed, they're all emotive offerings here: from the life-affirming daydream fantasy of "Decoded", the perfect chord progressions on "Don Esquire" (sure to get everybody's hands in the air) right through to the mysterious dancefloor drama of "Love Me". Here's to hoping it's not another five years before the pair choose to collaborate once more.
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Big Bad Crazy (1/2) (transparent red vinyl 12")
Cat: ARC 008V1. Rel: 24 Oct 18
Deep House
  1. Daggers Drawn (7:31)
  2. It's My Time (6:57)
  3. Blow By Blow (7:19)
  4. The Pursuit (5:34)
Review: It's been six years since Martin "Atjazz" Iveson started mentoring South African producer Jullian Gomes, and five since they last released any collaborative material. Perhaps they shouldn't have left it so long, because the material showcased here is exceptionally good. The standout for us is undoubtedly breezy soulful deep house jam "It's My Time", though EP opener "Daggers Drawn", a suitably symphonic and musically complex cut that pairs atmospheric orchestration and electronics with a snappy, tech-house beat, is almost as inspired. Elsewhere, "Blow By Blow" is a spacey and woozy number rich in broken house beats, and "The Pursuit" is a swinging, triple time workout that draws heavily on Gomes' South African heritage.
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Roll Of The Beast
Cat: ARC 144V. Rel: 15 Nov 19
Deep House
  1. Roll Of The Beast
  2. Roll Of The Beast (Atjazz remix)
  3. Roll Of The Beast (Atjazz instrumental remix)
Review: Those with long memories may just about remember Clyde. The East Midlands-based vocalist and producer released a clutch of soul-flecked fusions of deep house, broken beat, jazz, hip-hop and Detroit techno on Mantis Recordings between 2003 and 2009. Here his final single, 2009's previous digital-only "Roll The Beast", is given a belated vinyl release courtesy of his old pal Martin "Atjazz" Iveson. This time round, the original version - an inventive chunk of purple-coloured, glitch-sporting vocal deep house that portrays Clyde as Derby's answer to Prince - comes accompanied by two slick remixes (vocal and instrumental passes) from Iveson. His takes are deep, groovy, organic and fluid, with plenty of the spacey "astro" style flourishes we've come to expect from his tracks and remixes.
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Intérprete: Vincent Inc
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Cat: ARC 113V. Rel: 01 May 18
Deep House
  1. Tech This Out (part 1) (7:38)
  2. Tech This Out (part 1 - Atjazz remix) (8:56)
  3. Tech This Out (part 1 - Yoruba Soul mix) (10:38)
Review: Back to 2006: Chris Clayton's mid-noughties lesson in deep house class still hits home with precision. Subtle, jazzy but heavy and insistent, it now comes complete with fresh updates from Atjazz and Yoruba Soul. The former adds more atmospheric layers and percussion that compounds the sense of hypnosis while the latter takes us right back to the NYC 1990 with a lavish 10+ min, subtly dubbed excursion. Tech no imitations.
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