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Collectors Edition 003
Collectors Edition 003 (limited numbered hand-stamped 180 gram vinyl 12" + insert)
Cat: TDRLTD 003. Rel: 08 May 24
Deep House
Retromigration & Bezzix - "Where Is The Sunshine" (5:57)
Joey Musaphia - "I Miss You" (6:53)
Moodena & Soul Central - "A Glass Of Kool Aid" (5:55)
Sartorial - "Sartorial's Day Off" (6:20)
Review: Whether or not it is the first sign of a reaction to the domination or harder techno in recent years or not we do not know, but there sure is some superbly soulful and feel good house around at the moment. TDR LTD is back with more of just that after two first releases that got us very much locked in for the ride. This various artists' outing kicks off with Retromigration & Bezzix's 'Where Is The Sunshine' which has loose cow bells, glockenspiels, hip-swinging drums and plenty of love. Joey Musaphia's 'I Miss You' brings some funk, there are some blissed-out broken beats on Moodena & Soul Central's 'A Glass Of Kool Aid' and 'Sartorial's Day Off' shuts down with some pumpkin MAW-style and loopy house joy.
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 in stock $18.80
Solar Visions EP
Cat: ES 003. Rel: 28 Nov 22
Solar Visions (4:52)
What You Love (5:26)
Un Amore Supremo (5:29)
Review: Three generous portions of blissful beats on the Electric Shrine imprint, kicking off with the downbeat (in BPM terms) but lively 'Solar Visions' coming on like a dub mix of a lost Chic classic, 'What You Love' more like prime-era John Carpenter remixed by a mischievous Orb and 'Un Amore Supremo' a slow motion (one of the slowest we've ever encountered) reverb-fest, designed for more eccentric chillout rooms. And that's all before the opera singer pitches in.
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 in stock $9.52
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