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Pandemix Live Jams Vol 4
Pandemix Live Jams Vol 4 (red vinyl 12" + insert)
Cat: SR 211204. Rel: 18 Jul 22
Deep House
  1. Tides (7:28)
  2. Freedom From The Mask (7:00)
  3. The Golden Pudelizer (feat Ruftata110) (8:02)
  4. NoqqiN (4:50)
Review: Heidelberg native Dave Moufang aka Move D had a recent reboot of Source Records (which he ran from 1992 - 2005 together with Jonas Grossmann) with a series of 12's documenting his set of live video streams recorded during the first year of the pandemic. It's now into its fourth edition which features the woozy hi-tech jazz beats of 'Tides' and the lo-slung groove of 'Freedom From The Mask' on the A side. Flip over and things go deep and introspective on the sunset groove of 'The Golden Pudelizer' (feat Ruftata110) followed by the blunted off-world beats of 'NoqqiN'.
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Inside The Freero Dome
Cat: SMALLVILLE 57. Rel: 09 Dec 21
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Inside The Freero Dome (8:16)
  2. The System Is (8:41)
  3. Swarm Robot Love (4:17)
Review: Formerly based in Paris and later relocating to Hamburg, Smallville Records are a clandestine one-stop record shop for all things techno. Branching off from this now adept vinyl-flogging enterprise is the Smallville label, run by a faux-elven assembly line known as 'Smallpeople'. The Smallpeople, boasting a machinic dedication to their craft, have now branched out, hooking up with Move D on this new 4 track EP. On this one, D channels his most blissed-out and dubby minimal energies, recalling the droning masterworks of DJ Healer or Jagz Kooner. 'Inside The Freero Dome' is as slow build to elysium, while 'The System Is' marches along in vocal-sampling suspension, and 'Swam Robot Love' introduces chord-sliding, Californian moods.
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Let's Call It A Day
Let's Call It A Day (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: SMALLVILLELP 13. Rel: 19 Feb 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. On The Magic Bus (12:09)
  2. Grains (7:57)
  3. A (6:55)
  4. Let's Call It A Day (12:43)
  5. Omega (11:22)
  6. C-Sick (7:16)
  7. Magnetically Levitated Train (17:13)
Review: Second time around for David "Move D" Moufang and Benjamin Brunn's first full-length collaboration, a set of unsurprisingly deep, minimalistic house, techno and ambient workouts that first appeared in record stores way back in 2006. It's one of those albums that's arguably best listened to while flat on your back in an intoxicated state, despite the presence of such hypnotic, early morning club workouts as "On The Magic Bus" and the dreamy and delightful "O". You see, the majority of the album's eight tracks are spaced-out in the extreme and all the more alluring for it, as Moufang and Brunn expertly showcase their ability to create impeccable slices of hushed, otherworldly electronic minimalism.
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Fabric 74: Move D
Cat: FABRIC 147. Rel: 20 Feb 14
Deep House
  1. Roy Davis Jr - "Under Tha Sun"
  2. Liz Torres - "Your Love Is All I Need" (dub mix)
  3. Liberty City - "Some Lovin'"
  4. MONO - "Holding Back California"
  5. Jamie Trench & Angus Jefford - "Bringin' Tha Heat"
  6. Earl Jeffers - "The Goose"
  7. Darkman - "Annihilating Rhythmn" (The Destruction mix)
  8. MD III - "Shake That Body" (K Alexi Dubs You The Right Way mix)
  9. Dom 877 - "Do It Right"
  10. Juju & Jordash - "Loosey Goosey"
  11. Christo - "New Jazzno"
  12. Last Magpie - "Roots"
  13. Move D & D Man - "Luvbyrds"
  14. Willow - "Feel Me"
  15. Smallpeople & Rau - "Unke"
Review: The renaissance of veteran deep house and techno producer David Moufang over the last few years has been a joy to behold. It's great to see Fabric recognising his rebirth by offering him the chance to mix the latest instalment in their long-running CD series. Fabric 74 is as warm, melodic, deep and sensual as you'd expect, flitting between forgotten old school gems (K-Alexi's superb dub of MDIII's 1990 DJ International classic "Shake That Body"), overlooked recent tracks (Juju & Jordash's brilliant "Loosey Goosey") and bassier cuts from a new generation of house producers (see Last Magpie's sub-heavy "Roots"). It's pretty much the perfect example of a mix that entertains and educates in equal measure.
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