This is the last of two vinyl teasers from Rush Hour ahead of what looks like a brilliant Recloose retrospective CD. Proceedings open with the stuttering click and thump of "Mym 230 (RIP)" which was included on Matt's debut EP for Planet E way back in 1998. It's a mark of his talent that the cavernous bass throb and jazz techno flourishes sound just as pertinent some 12 years later. This is complemented by a previously unreleased track in "Antares", a flip towards loose filtered house that's made special by the introduction of a delightfully soulful vocal harmony sampled and cut to fit the gaps. On the flip, one of Recloose's biggest tracks "Can't Take It" makes a welcome reappearance, with Dwele's distinctive voice riding out over the burning boogie melodies. Another unreleased gem from the Recloose archives in "Crosstown" rounds off another must have RH release.
Leif, Ennio Styles, Mukatsuku Records Chart, Burnski, Ka§par, Alex Traska (Myhouse-Yourhouse), Mick Welch (Elektrosouls), MR. Scruff, Rob Coley (Soul-Identity Music), Matt Masters (Freerange), Jay Simon (Must Have Records), Ramboiage, Juno Recommends Deep House, Lwazi Koom, Huxley, George Solar
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