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Cat: KMS 154-1. Rel: 26 May 14
Deep House
  1. World Of Deep (Carl Craig mix)
  2. Pump The Move (Kenny Larkin mix)
  3. Heavenly (Juan Atkins remix)
  4. The Move (D-Wynn mix)
Review: Originally dropped in 1998, Kevin Saunderson's E Dancer project is the next in line for some KMS reissue love with the original release of the Heavenly LP being spread out over two parts this time around. In the first half, we get treated to the stirring bass growl and spiritual pad work of Carl Craig as he remixes "World Of Deep" into a brooding house masterpiece. Kenny Larkin brings the most brittle drums possible on his version of "Pump The Move", hammering the box beats without ditching on pitch perfect Motor City synths. On his remix of "Heavenly" Juan Atkins is at his oddball electro best, creating a jungle of freaky sounds in which to turn out a beautiful floor rocker. That leaves it to D-Wynn to finish off by remixing "The Move" into a heavily swung funker with some seriously strung out synths.
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Cat: KMSCLASSICSSMPLR 101. Rel: 17 Dec 12
Funky/Club House
  1. Big Fun (Kevin Master Reese re-edit)
  2. Big Fun (Magic Juan mix)
  3. Big Fun (Les Adams remix)
  4. Big Fun (Mayday re-edit)
Review: The 10th vinyl sampler celebrating 25 years of KMS Records sees each member of the Belleville Three appear on one piece of wax, with four tweaks of the ubiquitous Detroit anthem "Big Fun". First up is Kevin Saunderson's own Reece edit of his most seminal track - the way he toys with the intro is still a pure tease after all these years. This is followed by Juan Atkins' slightly beefier version, which is memorable for a lovely piano segue towards the end. Flip over for Les Adams' take, which pushes the vocals and chords deep under a gurgling acid lead, while Derrick May's edit is undoubtedly the grubbiest of the lot, with the great man somehow making those feel-good chords sound slightly menacing.
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Played by: Juno Classics
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Cat: KMSORIGINS 004. Rel: 17 Jul 17
Deep House
  1. KA Posse - "Tell Alexi" (Lisa S remix) (10:03)
  2. The Lost Articles - "Touch Me Baby" (Jovan Blade Slave remix) (6:44)
  3. Fix - "Flash" (6:12)
  4. Nexus - "Still Life Keeps Moving" (MK Life In The club mix) (5:44)
Played by: 25 Places
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The Sound (12")
Cat: KMS 014RMX. Rel: 05 May 14
Minimal/Tech House
  1. The Sound (Power remix)
  2. Tranzister
  3. The Groove That Won't Stop
  4. The Groove That Won't Stop (remix)
Review: There's no shortage of quality gear for team Saunderson to mine out of the KMS archives, and so it is as we get the rave-friendly tones of "The Sound" coming to us on a fresh repress, with the "Power Remix" making all the right moves for a tried and tested party rocker, from the loose breakbeat to the cheeky samples. "Tranzister" meanwhile brings a full fat acid workout to the table, and "The Groove That Won't Stop" slows things down without letting up on the 303 action. The remix of "The Groove That Won't Stop" adds a more fluid breakbeat roll and some spiritual pad refrains into the proceedings without losing the original flavour of the track
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KMS 30th Anniversary EP
Cat: KMS 279. Rel: 13 Nov 17
  1. Kevin Saunderson X KiNK - "Idellyc"
  2. Dubfire - "Bottom Dweller"
  3. Marc Houle - "Tokos" (extended mix)
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Cat: KMS 027. Rel: 05 Jun 17
Deep House
  1. Mood (Optimystic mix) (7:07)
  2. Mood (Metaphysical mix) (4:29)
  3. Science Of Numbers (6:43)
  4. Tear Drops Of Yesterday (5:27)
Review: As examples of quintessential early Detroit techno go, this jam from Derrick Carter, Mark Farina and Chris Nazuka ranks pretty high up there, whether they were from Chicago or not. The "Optimystic Mix" of "Mood" is the winner, pulling off a more subtle hit compared to other tracks of the era, rolling and deft in the percussion, and balancing a rich palette of melodic tones that work in perfect harmony for an emotive slice of old-skool techno. The "Metaphysical Mix" lets the heart-wrenching pads and keys drift in ambient bliss, which is as worthy an alternative mix as you could wish for. "Science Of Numbers" gets into more ravey territory with its discordant stabs and flecks of acid, while "Teardrops Of Yesterday" brings the hi-tech soul to the fore with just the faintest hint of rhythm in amongst the plush notes.
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Onis EP (12")
Cat: KMS 267. Rel: 14 Aug 17
  1. Onis (6:07)
  2. Riba (5:15)
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