||1.||Saint Paul - "Saturday In Your Mind" (8:34)|
||2.||Marc Bianco - "Line 1202" (6:19)|
||1.||G2S - "Check-O-Matic" (5:21)|
||2.||Kaffe Creme - "Spy Big Band" (feat Bernie) (5:27)|
It would be fair to say that Moonrise Hill Material has fast become one of the most in-demand labels of recent times, with each 12" missive selling out in record time. You'll no doubt have to move fast to acquire a copy of this latest EP, too, primarily because it's really rather good. Saint Paul kicks things off with the pleasingly positive, D-Train sampling thrills of boogie-house pumper "Saturday In Your Mind", before Marco Bianco weighs in with the manipulated horn stabs, rubbery disco bass and stomping drum machine hits of "Line 1202". Flip for the dusty, pleasingly weird, MPC-driven sample-house fuzziness of G2S's "Check-O-Matic", and the wayward jazz-house brilliance of "Spy Big Band" by Kaffe Creme, which is arguably the EP's standout moment.
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