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Naturally Part 1 (limited marbled vinyl 12")
Cat: UQ 057LPPT1. Rel: 28 Apr 14
Deep House
  1. Solstice (intro)
  2. Don't You Find Me
  3. The Wish You Told Me
  4. Got To Work
Review: It's been a fair old while that Dana Ruh has doing her thing, from the inception of her Brouqade imprint through to her debut album on Underground Quality. Giving the vinyl lovers out there a chance to play the music, this first installment taken from the CD gives a perfect overview of the appeal that Ruh holds for house heads. "Solstice" eases things in with an intro tone that promises the grade of deepness you would expect from Underground Quality, before "Don't You Find Me" kicks into action with a snappy broken beat construction, playful keys and sweet chords. "The Wish You Told Me" opts for a more classic kind of deep house construction, while "Got To Work" too trades on moody chords, crisp beats and a hooky vocal lick.
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 in stock $8.49
Naturally (CD)
Cat: UQ 057CD. Rel: 07 Feb 14
Deep House
  1. Solstice (intro)
  2. Don't You Find Me
  3. The Wish You Told Me
  4. Go To Work
  5. Education
  6. Jammin
  7. Just Don't
  8. D's Interupt (dub)
  9. Dirty Egg
  10. My Cave
  11. Train Ride To You
Review: Despite making her name in the minimal techno scene, German producer Dana Ruh has recently moved further towards deep house territory. Here she completes the switch with a sumptuous, sinewy debut album for Jus-Ed's Underground Quality imprint. Naturally sees the Berlin-based producer effortlessly move through a range of deep, dreamy and groovy cuts, most of which are rooted in Chez and Trent style analogue deepness. Highlights are plentiful, from the loose and sweet bump of "Just Don't" and smooth "Train Ride To You", to the acid-flecked New Jersey chunkiness of "Don't You Find Me". There are nods to her minimal past - check the deep tech-house shuffle of "Dirty Egg" - but for the most part it's a warm and sensual affair.
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 in stock $10.13
Naturally Part 2 (limited coloured vinyl 12")
Cat: UQ 057LPPT2. Rel: 28 Apr 14
Deep House
  1. Education
  2. My Cave
  3. Jammin (feat Jus-Ed)
  4. Interupt (dub)
Review: Continuing the vinyl issue of Dana Ruh's debut LP, the high grade deep house just keeps coming on Naturally Part 2. "Education" keeps the energy levels up with some neat interplay between a bubbling, acidic bassline and soulful chord flourishes, all over a snappy 4/4 beat. "My Cave" deviates into more tripped-out broken beat business, all the while anchored by the most soothing of deep house chords. "Jammin" features Underground Quality label boss Jus Ed laying down some subtle vocal contributions which echo out over a smart spread of tones, before "D's Interupt (Dub)" displays the more experimental side to Ruh's output with an abstract beatless loop surrounded by gentle applications of texture.
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Naturally Part 3 (limited coloured vinyl 12")
Cat: UQ 057LPPT3. Rel: 28 Apr 14
Deep House
  1. Train Ride To You
  2. Dirty Egg
  3. Just Don''t
Review: Jus Ed clearly believes in the music of Dana Ruh, affording the German producer three records over which to spread her album. On this final installment the deep house delicacies don't let up a jot, with "Train Ride To You" leaning all over the A side with its soaring refrain comprised of tender piano and a powerful high-end sustained string. "Dirty Egg" tricks things out a little more with a leftfield, dubby finish to the gently ticking track as disparate swirls and swathes of synth pulse around the frequency range. Finishing up on "Just Don't" brings the album back into focus with the kind of unfussy deep house that largely defines Ruh's style, and a classy style it is too.
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Round 2 Reel EP (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: AUTO 025. Rel: 12 Mar 18
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Round 2 Reel 1
  2. Round 2 Reel 2
  3. Round 2 Reel 3
Review: Dana Ruh is best known as a figurehead for the mighty Brouqade, but she's equally found on many other labels in the mean time. On this occasion she's brought her distinctive, heavy grooving style to Autoreply for an examination of the artistic process in the shape of one jam, three ways. "Round 2 Reel 1" is the funkiest of the lot, using some killer swing and vibing chords to make for an upbeat, infectious yet still nicely kinked sound. "Round 2 Reel 2" takes things into a more intricate, techy headspace where snaking rhythms interlock with pockets of synth abstraction. "Round 2 Reel 3" continues that theme into a rich, exotic forest of mechanical tones for the adventurous techno trippers to zone out on.
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D's Folder V (double 12")
Cat: CR 003. Rel: 22 Jun 18
Deep House
  1. Range 66 (7:09)
  2. Shimmer (6:05)
  3. Frontrow (9:08)
  4. Worse Behavior (7:34)
  5. The Green C (6:34)
  6. Mixed Up (10:08)
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Cat: SA 03. Rel: 07 Jul 14
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Dana Ruh - "Overcome"
  2. Patrice Meiner - "Uva"
  3. Miss Jools - "Calamity Cloud"
Review: After the runaway success of the Dilated Pupils release, bright young imprint Sol Asylum kicks off release number three with more sublime stripped down house business from a triple whammy of production talent. Dana Ruh spreads across the A side with a swirling, dubby jam that has no trouble in getting its head deep down in the groove. On the flip side, Patrice Menier drops a tight shuffler with ethereal pads and tones drifting eerily in the background, and Miss Jools wields a carefully shimmering synth hook with a delicate touch around a clean and crisp beat with just a smattering of found sound filling out the gaps.
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Cat: BQD 042. Rel: 22 Nov 17
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Kamran Sadeghi - "Come Here" (13:27)
  2. Kamran Sadeghi - "Compound Eye" (6:51)
  3. Kamran Sadeghi & Dana Ruh - "Call & Response" (7:02)
Review: American minimal maestro Kamran Sadeghi is without a doubt one the most singular talents in techno at the moment and here offers yet more refreshing perspectives for Dana Ruh and Anthea's Broquade imprint. This follows up some killer releases of later of late by the NYC/Berlin based live act on Meander and Fasten Musique. On the A side we have the stripped back trance induction exercise of "Come Here" most likely conjured from is impressive modular setup, awash in glitchy delay drenched drums and whirry synth textures. On the flip, "Compound Eye" is a more energetic effort with its tribal drum workout beneath airy pads and analogue blips and blurps - all combined for tremendous hypnotic effect. Finally, he teams up with label boss Ruh for a drastic change of vibe - but not altogether unpleasant! The boompty business of "Call & Response" sees Sadeghi's studio wizardry combine with Ruh's sense of swing perfectly on this sunny afterhours joint - that wouldn't sound out of place aboard the Hoppetosse on a Sunday morning!
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 in stock $12.03
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