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BPBL01.1
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BPBL01.1 (12")
Cat: BPBL 01 1. Rel: 20 Jun 16
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Christian Jay - "Rhotic" (7:12)
  2. Larry De Kat - "Starry Nite Life" (6:06)
  3. Florist - "Blacky" (5:59)
  4. Christian Jay & Crump - "GG3" (7:14)
Review: Bristol's Banoffee Pies are back with their 11th edition. But as far it goes musically: this certainty ain't Bristol! Starting out with the smoothly reduced tendencies of local lad Christian Jay's "Rhotic" which sounds inspired by the sounds of Trelik, there's more of the same (albeit much dubbier and smoked out) on "Starry Nite Life" courtesy of Utrecht's Larry de Kat; very paranoid afterhour vibes on this one! On the flip we've got some more dubbed out fare courtesy of Christian Jay, again, who enlists a bit of help from Crump on the rusty and dust coated "GG3". All Caps artist Florist adds a touch of Vancouver to proceedings with the squelchy DJ tool "Blacky."
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I Know You Can Hear Me EP
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Cat: PETS 077. Rel: 20 Mar 17
Deep House
  1. I Know You Can Hear Me (7:13)
  2. Naakte Groef (5:15)
  3. Amlou (7:15)
  4. She Doesn't (5:32)
Review: Dutch producer Larry De Kat is building up a rather impressive discography. This Pets Recordings debut follows hot on the heels of appearances on Dungeon Meat, Banoffee Pies, Adults Only and Lazare Hoche, amongst others. There's plenty to admire amongst the four tracks, from the post-apocalyptic deep house creepiness of "I Know You Can Hear Me" - all weighty sub-bass, echoing riffs, garage-influenced beats and dusty aural textures - and fluid, tech-tinged deepness of "Amlou", to the shuffling dub-house hustle of "She Doesn't", where ear-catching hand percussion and slowly flowering electronics crowd around a superb, sub-heavy bassline. In other words, it's a rock solid collection of club-ready cuts that ticks a lot of boxes.
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Solitary Maybe (including DJ Nature remix)
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Cat: NIP 02 . Rel: 13 Mar 17
Deep House
  1. Solitary Maybe (Frits Wentink mix) (6:48)
  2. Solitary Maybe (DJ Nature NYC mix) (5:13)
  3. Solitary Maybe (dub Treatment) (6:07)
Review: Dutch producer Larry De Kat has been spotted on Lazare Hoche, SlapFunk and Banoffee Pies amongst many others in recent times. Having launched his Katnip label last year he returns with a second release and this time he's brought in some big guns to help him out. "Solitary Maybe" appeared on that last 12", and here it gets high grade reworkings from Frits Wentink and DJ Nature. The former creates a delightful off-kilter groove with wobbly melodic samples aplenty, and then DJ Nature lays down some of his trademark ruffness in a style that couldn't be more authentically funky if it tried. That leaves it to Larry himself to twist out a trippy dub of his original jam to round off the record.
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Five Point After Dark
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Five Point After Dark (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: NIP 01. Rel: 10 Oct 16
Deep House
  1. Nuijaga (7:44)
  2. Sun La Shan (4:08)
  3. I Never Knew (5:29)
  4. Solitary Maybe (7:11)
  5. I Still Don't (Part II) (4:55)
Review: Larry De Kat seems to have grown tired of delivering material to established labels - for now, at least - so has decided to launch his own imprint, Katnip, as a vehicle for his productions. This expansive first release contains a slightly wider palette of sounds, styles and influences than we've come to expect from the Utrecht producer, though it maintains his usual dedication to dusty soul samples, jazz-flecked deep house and Andres-style grooves. So while opener "Nuijaga" is a rock solid chunk of St Germain style jazz-house, and B1 "Solitary Maybe" a similarly energy-charged deep house bumper, the rest of the EP flits between bluesy, pitched-down grooves ("Sun La Shan") and instrumental hip-hop beats (the Damn Funk-ish "I Never Knew" and deliciously dubby "I Still Don't (Part 2)".
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