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Juno Recommends Deep House

Juno Recommends Deep House

Deep House Recommendations Best Of 2014
5 Dec 2014
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Cat: DMT 01. Rel: 10 Feb 14
Deep House
  1. Hold Back
  2. Dark Chamber
  3. Control
Review: Dungeon Meat is the new label and production outfit brought to you by Dungeon Masters Brawther and Tristan Da Cunha. Packing a serious punch, it's aim is to present tracks designed specifically to rock the party and shake the sound system. Originally conceived as a platform for their own musical visions it soon became apparent that they would have to open the doors to a select few who shared their ambition to make no messing, hard hitting house grooves. One of these artists is the mysterious Blunt Instruments who has the honour of kicking off the label. After road testing his huge club hammer "Hold Back" Brawther and Da Cunha knew it had to be on Dungeon Meat as it epitomised exactly the sound they wanted to present. "Hold Back" has been a firm fixture in their sets and even got cut to dubplate by Jeremy Underground Paris. It's not all about the A-side though as Blunt Instruments craft 2 other killer club cuts for the flip side. We won't go on too much trying to describe how good this EP is ... instead we'll let the music do the talking.
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Cat: KLRLTD 015. Rel: 09 Feb 15
Deep House
  1. Jazzy Things
  2. His Name Is Eddie
  3. Love Train
  4. From Us
Review: The vinyl only Kolour Ltd operation dip their toes in the rich pool of house music talent currently bubbling away in Russia, welcoming Grodno based pair Four Walls & Funkyjaws into the fold on their first 12" of 2014. Four tracks deep, One Night In Grodno demonstrates this pair have a firm and diverse production grasp of what's classified as underground deep house. Check the mad sax solo that breaks free on opening cut "Jazzy Things" Listen on "His Name Is Fast Eddie" reveals Four Walls and Funkyjaws find it difficult not to let their musical side take hold, though the understated diva flex of "Love Train" might be the best cut here.
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Cat: ITJ 08. Rel: 12 May 14
Deep House
  1. Track 1 (6:42)
  2. Track 2 (7:11)
  3. Track 3 (6:43)
Review: The hand-stamped train just keeps on trucking with Italojohnson, who offers up another three righteous slabs of hardware goodness for the fist-shakers out there. "Track 1" spreads itself over the A side with a tight and punchy rhythm section that gets off set by a gloriously bubbling set of sound effects, managing to be both utterly useful and pleasantly unhinged in the same bar. On the flip side "Track 2" moves with a more neatly trimmed old-skool jack, sleek and refined without sounding over-polished. "Track 3" slows things down for a dirty ride through slimy basslines and heavy cowbell abuse.
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Cat: MOSAICSPLIT 01. Rel: 13 Oct 14
Deep House
  1. Jorge Zamacona - "Effort No 3"
  2. Ben Buitendijk - "Promised Land"
Review: REPRESS ALERT: After a 10 year hiatus, Steve O'Sullivan's Mosaic label returns under a new guise: Mosaic Split Series. This series will be split between old school artists from Mosaic and beyond and artists from the new school. This first release sees Mosaic legend Jorge Zamacona don his Urban Sombrero for the latest installment in his "mosaic efforts" series. A deep, trippy, dirty house workout in Jorge's unique style. In keeping with the whole ethos of this project we have newcomer Ben Buitendijk's offering , "Promised Land," on the flip. An ultra-deep dub house/techno track that echoes the Mosaic sound of old with a modern twist. Melodic and atmospheric, this one deserves to be played from beginning to end.
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Cat: SS 053. Rel: 09 Jun 14
Deep House
  1. Footwork
  2. Tympanic Warfare
Review: Theo Parrish lays down a marker for a long overdue fifth album, apparently due out later this year, with the sublime Footwork 12". Named in reference to the dance as opposed to the breakneck offshoot of Ghetto House, "Footwork" is a sublime slab of Theo with many of his trademark production touches. Think lightly brushed percussion, meandering bassline that juts out with an odd funk, and subtle yet sumptuous musical touches, all topped off by a gruff "let me see your footwork baby" croon. Those Theo fans out there that like the man to get a bit rugged will be all over "Tympanic Warfare" too, where off the grid polyrhythms cannon around the channels, augmented by an ugly bassline and dexterous keys.
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  1. KDJ - "Untitled 1" (4:00)
  2. KDJ - "Untitled 2" (5:35)
  3. Rick Wade - "Thought Process" (6:35)
  4. Rick Wade - "Forever Night" (6:34)
Review: The Moods & Grooves Classics series - in which vintage, long deleted gems from the back catalogue get another airing - continues with a strong quartet of tracks from Kenny Dixon Jnr and Rick Wade. The two untitled tracks from Dixon, under his occasional KDJ moniker, originally slipped out way back in 2000. Both are superb, with the goodtime shuffle of "Untitled 2" (all jangly house pianos and looped disco-influenced grooves) just losing out to the slower, African-inspired "Untitled 1" in the "EP highlight" stakes. Wade's two contributions - deep, spacious, blazed and deliciously melodious - are taken from his 1999 Quantum Expression EP. Of these, it's the enveloping, jazz-flecked warmth of "Forever Night" that stands out
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Cat: AOS (1975). Rel: 14 Apr 14
Deep House
  1. Leave
  2. Romancing The Stone!
  3. Frogs
  4. Surpass
Review: Despite some FXHE releases containing playful artistic references to the films that undoubtedly referenced the titles, this Romancing The Stone double pack from Omar S is sadly lacking in any MS Paint renditions of the Michael Douglas and Kathleen Turner 90s vehicle of the same name. It does however contain four more fine examples of the fact no one does it quite like Omar S. Lead track "Leave" sets the tone, as ripples of percussion emerge from a pool of simmering sonic emotion and embarks on a masterclass in slow build dancefloor revelation at breakneck pace. "Romancing The Stone" pulls from the same palette of anthemic Omar S productions as "Here's Your Trance, Now Dance" and "Psychotic Photosynthesis" as a lead array of synths, keys and chords weave with supple grace over crunchy drums - watch out for the track finishing abruptly. On the second 12", "Frogs" dovetails from a simple disco guitar loop into fucked up abstract acid techno territory with little prior warning whilst "Surpass" finds AOS ending with some anthemic maximal piano house.
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Cat: EGLO 038. Rel: 18 Aug 14
Deep House
  1. Sparkling Controversy
Review: Hot on the heels of Floating Points' excellent King Bromeliad EP - a belated return to his deep house roots smothered in tactile jazz - comes this one-sided 12" single. "Sparkling Controversy" is a previously unreleased dub of "ARP3" from 2011's expansive double-EP Shadows. While the original saw Sam Shepherd recalling Moodymann's greatest deep jazz-house moments, "Sparkling Controversy" has a little more of a garage-flecked bounce. The warm Rhodes chords, darting synths and dewy-eyed melodies that marked out the original track are still present, and perfectly compliment Shepherd's warm, tooled-up rhythm. Its every bit as immersive and touchy-feely as the 2011 original, just a little weightier, with added punch to the percussion.
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Cat: KLRLTD 017. Rel: 27 Oct 14
Deep House
  1. 10PM
  2. 12AM
  3. 2AM
  4. 4AM
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Cat: DMT 02. Rel: 30 Jun 14
Deep House
  1. Lose Yo' Mind
  2. Use Yo' Mind
  3. The Hairy Axe Wound
  4. The Hairy Tool
Review: After dropping the hammer with Blunt Instruments killer Hold Back EP, Dungeon Meat are back again debuting on their own label with the brain mincing Lose Your Mind EP. Both sides deliver big swings of their mighty axe and hit hard with their signature sound of meaty beats & beefy basslines. Aimed straight at the dance floor, it's obvious both the tracks have the intention to crack some skulls and spill some brains. Already road tested individually by Tristan da Cunha and Brawther at their D.J gigs & their Dungeon Meat live show, the reactions have shown that both of these tracks hit the chest and do the damage. Also included are two "tools" so the creative DJ's out there can get busy in the mix and give their sets a little meat injection. Pressed on 180g vinyl with embossed company sleeve dressed to impress with the trademark Dungeon Meat artwork.
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Cat: RB 048. Rel: 23 Jun 14
Deep House
  1. Juno Jam
  2. Tom Jam
  3. Djungel Jam
Review: Genius Of Time and Running Back seems like such a perfect fit you wonder why the Swedish duo haven't graced Gerd Janson's label before now. It might be because Alexander Berg and Nils Krough aren't exactly the most prolific of duos when it comes to original material with only three EPs to their name since they inaugurated the Aniara project in such sublime fashion back in 2010. Fans of Genius of Time and John Talabot's DJ Kicks mix have added reason to engage in some vociferous rejoicing as the former's sublime offbeat number "Juno Jam" contribution to the latter release is centre stage on this 12". In addition to the A Side bliss of that Berg and Krough slip in two more percussive numbers on the flip which Running Back quite rightly point out would make "Joe Claussell proud".
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Cat: AOS 000. Rel: 25 Aug 14
Deep House
  1. Annoying Mumbling Alkaholik
  2. Serving Cavi On 18 & Garfield
  3. This Muthafuk'ka
Review: With a title like Annoying Mumbling Alkaholik, you'd expect this three-tracker from the mighty Alex "Omar" Smith to be full of pent-up anger and bitter frustration. Sure, there's a raging rawness about the third track - an undulating trip into spiraling acid territory - but for the most part the EP is a beacon of simple beauty. The opening track is particularly picturesque, with beautiful, new-age influenced melodies and immersive pads riding a cymbal-heavy Detroit deep house groove. There's more Mood Hut/Future Times style synth work on the Tangerine Dream influenced "Track 2", which contrasts deep, sun-kissed melodic loops with a fuzzy drum machine groove.
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Cat: WORKSHOP 19. Rel: 14 Apr 14
Deep House
  1. Track 1
  2. Track 2
  3. Track 3
  4. Track 4
  5. Track 5
  6. Track 6
  7. Track 7
  8. Track 8
  9. Track 9
Review: It seems surprising that this debut album from Kassem Mosse should appear with little fanfare, but that's apparently how the acclaimed German producer wanted it. Predictably, it's rather good. Rippling with fuzzy analogue warmth, crusty drum machine rhythms, toasty keys and alien electronics, it offers a selection of undulating deep house cuts in his inimitable style. At times - such as on the soulful shuffle of "Untitled A1" and jazzy "Untitled D1" - it sounds a little like vintage Moodymann; at others, Mosse's techno influence is much more apparent (see the wonky throb of "Untitled D1"). Throughout, Workshop 19 is formidably atmospheric.
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Cat: VYG 02. Rel: 24 Nov 14
Deep House
  1. Oscillate
  2. Old Wars
  3. Bamboo
  4. Close Quarters
Review: Those who heard Harvey Sutherland's excellent debut EP for Echovolt, Edges EP, will be familiar with his trademark sound - a toasty, analogue style take on deep house marked out by jazz-funk chord progressions, warming synthesizer melodies and shuffling grooves. He changes the script a little on this EP for Voyage Recordings, though there's still plenty of seductive deep house to enjoy (most notably opener "Oscillate" and the Inskwel style, boogie-influenced loveliness of "Bamboo"). Where the EP really comes into its own, though, is when he tries a different tack. "Old Wars" sounds like Moon B's electrofunk explorations wrapped in a snuggly duvet, while "Close Quarters" successfully fixes Herbie Hancock style synth melodies to loose, cymbal heavy beats.
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Cat: TTT 026. Rel: 11 Aug 14
Deep House
  1. Perro
  2. Zipacon
  3. More Problem
  4. Crazy Spirit
Review: The boy Naples hooks up with Bankhead again for what looks and sounds like a sequel to last year's much loved El Portal 12" for The Trilogy Tapes. Apparently named in honour of the hospitable reception young Anthony received whilst playing a party in the Columbian town of Zipacon, this four track release opens with "Perron" which sounds like previous Naples hit "Busy Signal" hollowed out. From here, "Zipacon" feels like a real high point with fizzing, intricate drum patterns and a warbling pad line that really captivates. Flipside cut "More Problem" offers a undeniably booming interlude before Naples gets really bugged out on the excellent "Crazy Spirit".
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Cat: TINKTWICE 018V. Rel: 28 Jul 14
Deep House
  1. Tessa's Groove
  2. Somethin' About You
  3. Running
  4. Enfant Song
Review: Tomorrow Is Now, Kid! returns just in time for summer with a collection of tracks taken from a reel of tape. In My Ghetto is the debut EP of Anthony Brooklyn, who has crafted four jams in spirit of the roughness of New York City's famous borough, Brooklyn.
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Cat: HOT 003. Rel: 03 Nov 14
Deep House
  1. Turn Around
  2. House Of Vee
  3. Well, Well, Well
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Cat: PPU 056. Rel: 17 Feb 14
Deep House
  1. Openin' Up
  2. M Flight
Review: Pressing issues may have delayed the Pender Street Steppers' debut on Mood Hut Recordings, but this fresh single on PPU should more than plug the gap. Those who may have heard the Mood Hut outfit's Life In The Zone cassette last year will know what to expect: "Openin' Up" combines jittery conga percussion with rubbery bass and a positively uplifting sense of melody that nevertheless errs on the grubbier side of the spectrum, while "M Flight" is even more summery in it outlook, as a humorous '80s-inspired piece of melodic sampling propels its blissful chords and carefree bassline. As with all Mood Hut-affiliated releases, this won't last long...
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  1. Coeo - "Lover's Theme"
  2. Mirage Man Feat Skwirl - "Instrument"
  3. Mella Dee - "Moat"
  4. Timmy P - "Trippy"
  5. Jack Fell Down - "Doing Keys"
  6. Funk Butcher - "Blue Drop"
  7. James Fox - "Believe In Love"
  8. Will Berridge - "We Could"
Review: The eighth release on Sccucci Manucci sees the imprint pack a hefty eight productions that traverse various house sounds from around the world onto two slabs of handstamped wax. From Coeo's bouncy and vocal track through to Mella Dee's dark and distinctively UK-centric track the label has tried to explore the sheer wealth of production talent on offer at the moment.
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Cat: RB 047. Rel: 19 May 14
Deep House
  1. Blaff
  2. Blaff (Rhythm Tool Strip)
  3. Untitled (The Island)
  4. Hot Destinations For A Cooler You
Review: Given his love of twinkling melodies, warm electronics, new age chords and shuffling analogue house rhythms, Norwegian-in-Berlin Telephones seems a neat fit with Gerd Janson's Running Back label. The Ocean Called EP certainly chimes with Janson's love of picturesque deep house and glassy-eyed Scandolearica. There's happily much to admire, from the chiming melodies and crystal clear textures of "Blaff" (which, incidentally, is accompanied by a great bonus rhythm track), to the glistening beauty of "Hot Destinations" and darting, life-affirming positivity of "Untitled (The Island)". Of course, none of this will come as a surprise to those who've been watching his career blossom over recent years, but this is still particularly potent. Arguably, it's his best release to date and features some fine sleeve art from Sex Tags DJ Fett Burger.
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Cat: PFTV 004. Rel: 14 Jul 14
Deep House
  1. YSE - "Tomorrows Yesterday"
  2. Maad Maxx Traxxe - "Lakeshore Rollin"
  3. Rhythm Plate - "I, The Music"
  4. YSE - "Sidehackers"
Review: This fourth release from Pressed For Time is the label's second various artist EP featuring three known names and one new. The newcomer is Ben 'Boe Recordings' Boe under his Maad Maxx Traxxe alias. He provides "Lakeshore Rollin", a linear, dub-tinged slice of thwacking deep house. YSE top and tails this 12" with a chiming, rhode-cruising "Tomorrows Yesterday", while his B2 is slower and woozy with a killer smacking hit on the offbeat. Label regular Rhythm Plate also features with the vocal lead "I, The Music".
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Cat: WLS 08. Rel: 21 Apr 14
Deep House
  1. Get Down
  2. S & S
  3. Relaxed Groove
  4. I Kill The Love
Review: Back for more so soon? Yeah! Baby is back! Wilson records has Fabio unleashing House Legend Gene Hunt and not so newbie Chiwax and Lobster Theremin veteran, Stevie Murphy for the fourth edition of the 'not a trilogy anymore' Split Grooves series. Its the perfect mix to brew an appetite for some dance floor destruction. We have Mr. Gene Hunt taking on the A side with his twisted tracks 'Get down' and 'S and S'. Over to the B side, our cherished friend, Steve Murphy's groove is anything but relaxed! Crank up the volume and don't expect to stay glued to your seat. This one's special. No surprise when its laid out on a 180 gram vinyl. For the lovers!
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  1. 7th Heaven
Review: The sad passing of Frankie Knuckles earlier this year hit many people hard, not least fellow Chicago legend Ron Trent. The Prescription Records co-founder and all-round deep house legend has previously spoken about how he owes his career to the one-time Warehouse resident and here pays tribute to him in musical form. "7th Heaven" is as warm, loving and emotion-rich as you'd expect, with Trent layering his trademark keys, pads and melodies over a classic, Knuckles-style groove. It's the kind of wide-eyed loveliness that Knuckles himself would have been proud of making, and there's no greater tribute than that.
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Cat: DIRT 076. Rel: 10 Feb 14
Deep House
  1. Huh, What!
  2. Huh, What! (Laszlo Dancehall Exercise)
  3. The Fat Rat
  4. Monkey Wrench
Review: Dutch duo Detroit Swindle are set to release their hotly-anticipated debut album, Boxed Out, on Dirt Crew this March. This EP gives a taste of what's to come, offering three album tracks and a booming Laszlo Dancehall rework of the title track (think '90s Sound Factory-era NYC tribal stomp). There's naturally plenty to enjoy, from the retro-futurist garage keys and bumpin' grooves of "The Fat Rat", and the midtempo Balearic house sweetness of "Monkey Wrench" (think warm keys and swooshing electronics), to the hands-in-the-air, vests-off throb of "Huh, What!", the EP's most rush-inducing moment.
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Cat: RUFFDRAFT 01. Rel: 24 Mar 14
Deep House
  1. Lost In My Brain Fog (extended outro mix)
  2. A Variation On A Theme
  3. Lost In My Brain Fog (Medicated mix)
Review: Cottam is proud to present the first release on his new label, Ruff Draft. Paul Cottam came to wider attention with a series of limited edition blank-label 12s released from 2009 onwards, showcasing his production talents by re-working afro-beat, neo-soul, funk & hip-hop into deep house burners, but Ruff Draft is all about original tracks, and the first release sees three tracks from the man himself. 'Lost In My Brain Fog' comes in two versions, the super deep original is an ethereal trip of shimmering strings and delayed percussion, but with a kicking distorted thump at the bottom end to still work the floor - a real trip. The Medicated Mix has a mystery vocalist mixing with dub techno chords and jacking percussion for a late night trip to the back room of a dark warehouse. The EP is completed with 'A Variation on a Theme', a gem of a deep house groover with beautiful chords and acid that creeps up and sidles its way behind and around you before pinching your wallet and necking your drink. The first release on Ruff Draft sets a high standard, pressed on 180 gram vinyl and cut loud. Keep a look out for further transmissions in the near future, from Cottam and other artists as they keep it deep and keep it Ruff.
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MIL
Cat: M 1001. Rel: 17 Mar 14
Deep House
  1. Pipe Dreams
  2. Totality
  3. The Struggle
  4. Time To Loose
Review: The Manchester-based label, Music Is Love, has made some serious headway in their debut year with a flurry of impressive releases from a pool of highly talented up-and-coming artists. Moving into 2014 and the MIL crew continue to unearth fresh talent with the creation a new sister label, a label devised on bringing together a broad range of musical aspects and inspired by a desire to nurture a sound with more sonic craft. For their inaugural first release they welcome Colman Buckley for his first full EP. With 4 tracks of uniquely differing styles, the EP is branded by percussive rhythms and slick grooves, with acid-fused textures and deep house melodies piecing together a strong collection of tracks.
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Cat: SILVER 038. Rel: 28 Jul 14
Deep House
  1. 1998 (original mix)
  2. 1998 (John Dimas remix)
  3. 1998 (Djebali remix)
  4. 1998 (Djebali dub remix)
Review: Soulful, gospel-inspired deep house is what Joaquin Diaz's Rhythm&Soul alias brings to Jef K's Kiss-inspired Silver Network - goin' strong since '99. It's his debut for the French label and he's given the royal treatment thanks to remixes from John Dimas and Freak 'n' Chic's Djebali, which includes a bonus dub mix. Dimas' rework is energetic and free flowing, highlighting his unique style best heard on releases for Bass Culture and Clapp. Meanwhile Djebali's contributions provide two alternatives; something light and cruisey, while the dub is reduced and a house DJ's ultimate tool ready for the working.
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Cat: MANUCCI 006. Rel: 17 Feb 14
Deep House
  1. Believer
  2. Drowning
  3. Lost Time
  4. Rest
Review: INT. BURGER SHOP. SECRET DJ HIDEOUT. NORTH LONDON SOMEWHERE DJ Taylor 'Urulu' Freels speaks to the Waitress behind the counter. URULU Get me a Burger; hold the cheese, and a side of fries too doll face. WAITRESS Sure thing honey Urulu turns around and leans back on the counter, he slowly casts his gaze over the DJs and vagabonds who call this place home. WAITRESS Here you go sugar, number 32, why don't you get yourself a seat, I'll bring it over. Urulu turns and grabs the receipt out from the waitress' fingers, briefly looking down to confirm the number before flashing a wink in her direction. He leavers himself away from the counter and begins a slow walk over to the corner of the restaurant, noticing a free chair on the way. Just as he approaches the free chair a shrill voice shouts out SHRILL VOICE So... we meet again... OOO-ROO-LOOO Urulu, swivels on his heal, a bolt of terror and adrenaline rush through his body. He knows that voice... It's his nemesis... Algorithm Man. URULU Of all the Burger Joints in all of North London, you had to come to this one. ALGORITHM MAN Let's throw down bitch From no where 'Clear' by Cybotron starts playing. Algorithm Man starts popping and locking to its crisp and clean 808 beats... he is so good at 'The Robot' people start applauding and cheering. URULU You've got no game Algorithm Man... let me show you how it's done Urulu launches 3 burgers at Algorithm Man's head, each one meeting with its target whilst perfectly timed with the still blaring 'Clear'. Urulu flips himself into a 'Suicide' landing on a large table; he then propels himself into the 'Windmill'. Fries, Burgers, Sodas and Onion rings from the table get caught up in the updraft of his crazy-quick 'Windmill' and begin to relentlessly pound Algorithm Man. WAITRESS *Screams* Algorithm Man's 'Robot' is no match for Urulu's super human 'Windmill'. The sheer amount of greasy food now stuck to Algorithm Man weighs him down so much he topples backwards like a felled tree. ALGORITHM MAN OKAY, OKAY... You win this time OOO-ROO-LOO... But I'll be back, mark my words... I'll be back With that Algorithm Man flees the Burger Joint, leaving a trail of fries, ketchup and shame in his wake. The music stops. Urulu dusts himself down. Flicking a single fry from his shoulder he sits down in the free chair and eats his burger & fries. Urulu mops his mouth with a clean serviette, gets up and throws a L50 note on the table. URULU That should cover the damage He walks out the door goes home and writes four tracks for Manucci's Mistress. THE END
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