Review: Three years ago, Gregor Yan made his debut on DeepExplorer with a fine collection of jazz-informed deep house and downtempo workouts. This belated follow-up, an eight-track set that officially counts as the producer's debut album, explores similar sonic territory. Those in search of dusty, hazy and deliciously organic jazz-house should check the mid-tempo warmth of 'Exchange', the piano-laden slow-motion sweetness of 'If She Knew', the mazy Rhodes solos of 'Brother D' and the organ-smothered positivity of 'MLK' (which does, as you'd expect, sample an old Martin Luther-King speech), while those after more seductive, jazz-inclined lusciousness will revel in the haziness of 'Earth' and flute-splattered head-nodder 'Unknown Feelings'.
Where Do I Go From Now (feat Owen Jay & Chris Gray)
The Club (Dan Piu Underground mix)
Strange Flu (radio edit)
Open This Gate
A Different Corner (feat Dubbyman)
Estimulate (Man-Drake Slow Time interlude)
Her Silent Dissapear
Review: Second long awaited album by Zarenzeit a.k.a George Btp (Dan Piu) full of collaborations like Bjak, Chris Gray, Dubbyman, Owen Jay & Grant. From downtempo under the 80's sound and the electro vibes, until the pre-rave sounds of house, the album recreates the journey of a night in a Club, since the opening until the closing time. A record to bring in the suitcase forever for his incredible variety, to play in different moments of the set. This album is dedicated to one of the hottest venues our planet has ever experienced.