|1.||"Fountain Gate" (7:13)|
|1.||"Dream Machine" (6:12)|
|2.||"St Elmo's Theme" (6:32)|
Having made his name making decent deep house, Fantastic Man appears to be following in the footsteps of fellow Melbourne export Tornado Wallace and pursuing a far more Balearic, kaleidoscopic sound. Certainly, Dream Machine is arguably his strongest EP to date, delivering a trio of cuts that expertly fuse Italo, Scandolearic and new age influences. There's naturally much to admire, from the lilting melodies, tactile proto-house rhythms, Italo attitude and bubbling synth bass of "Fountain Gate", to the marimba-clad breeziness and chiming tunefulness of "St Elmo's (Theme)". The title track, a study in early deep house melodiousness, is also pretty impressive.
Jonny 5, Daniel Drumz, Joe Morris, ROTCIV, Jacques Renault, Martin Haberland, Moscoman For Disco Halal, KevinTsuba, Steve Lee, RED AXES, Fantastic Man, Kixnare, The Legendary 1979 Orchestra, Sasha Khizhnyakov, Kito Jempere, Ponty Mython, Benjamin Fröhlich, Tanzlife, Selvy
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