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Faith (reissue)
Cat: KYNX 004. Rel: 10 May 24
Faith (Vox mix) (8:50)
Faith (No Vox mix) (8:34)
Review: Just over two decades after its initial release, peerless dub don Paul St. Hilaire aka Tikiman & Rene Lowe's timeless masterpiece 'Faith' sees a first-ever reissue. It arrives on Richard Akingbehin's Kynant Records, which has also put out Tikiman's first solo album in over a decade and sounds as good as it ever did. 'Faith' (Vox mix) is bottomless dub with liquid chords rippling off to infinity as the dreamy vocals drift in and out and the original version is and even more edgeless and smeared and smudged deep dub delight.
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 in stock $13.49
Reconstructed (15th Anniversary Edition)
Cat: SUSH 47/48/49. Rel: 17 Jan 22
Skank (Cobblestone Jazz Reconstruction) (8:39)
Control (Amorf Reconstruction) (8:58)
Stabilize (Ion Ludwig Reconstruction) (12:08)
Control (Steve O'Sullivan Reconstruction) (7:28)
Dim Dim (Melchior Productions LTD Reconstruction) (6:55)
Redeem (Soulphiction Reconstruction) (7:48)
Stabilize (Leonel Castillo Reconstruction) (7:38)
Stabilize (Mark & Matt Thibideau Reconstruction) (7:22)
Review: Sushitech presents the last part of its 15th anniversary reissues series. Timeless reworks of Paul St. Hilaire & Rhauder's now classic 2018 release 'Reconstructed', featuring legendary producers such as Rominimal heroes Amorf who provide a typically hypnotic reinterpretation of Control, Dutch minimal house maestro Ion Ludwig retains the dubby elements of the original on his rework of 'Stabilized' and likewise Steve O'Sullivan remains in glacial and cavernous territory on another sublime perspective of 'Control'. Elsewhere, Thomas Melchior serves up a typically arcane venture into the deep on his version of 'Dim Dim', while the much missed Soulphiction provides the perfect majestic backdrop for St. Hilaire's amazing vocals play centre stage on his version of 'Redeem'.
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 in stock $24.32
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