Review: Ovine build on the momentum of their first EP with another new house offering that is beautifully deep. It features two tracks each from Dan Piu and Pohl, and they all hack back to dreamy Italo, classic Mr Fingers and the more pensive Chicago greats. "Depresismatica" is a real highlight with its meandering basslines and infinite cosmic horizons. "Mello Phone" offers more pixelated melodies and busy beats and "Space In The Distance" has the sort of freaky edges and dusty analog textures house lovers always fall for. Already, then, this is a label that is setting a high standard.
Review: There's much to admire about this debut EP from freshly minted Spanish label Ovnie. Imprints Records co-founder Domenico Rosa kicks things off via the rather delicious "Motion23", an atmospheric, rolling and spacey affair in which clunking lead lines and jammed out synth lines cluster around a funky bassline and swinging electro drums. Himalaya Juice Culture offers up the Artificial Arm style 21st century electro-funk of "Dr Q-Tip", before Pohl brilliantly joins the dots between acid, ghostly electro, rave and UKG on standout track "Virtual". To round things off, Chris Geschwindner weighs in with the alien UKG/electro fusion of "Binarize".