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Sincerely Across The Sky. Minor Forms EP. Foreign Depths. Kalahari Oyster Cult. Mushroom Valve. The Californian real name Taylor Freels previous released Greetings From Namek on the label back inin addition to further killer cuts for the likes of Amadeus and Saft.
Mushroom Valve EP features four quality tunes that explore the American's newfound love of acid sounds: from the funky breaks driven groove of "Body Drum", the neon-lit ambient house of "Mellow Yellow" awash in shimmering FM synthesis tones, or "Flight Pattern" where he really saves the best for last.
This rough and bouncy number is just as looped-up and dusted down as we like our house Banshee Boardwalk - Urulu - Banshee Boardwalk EP (Vinyl). The Armadillo. Here he returns to the label for the first time since, bringing with him a quartet of sumptuous, saucer-eyed treats. His rarely seen electro influences come to the fore on the deep space shuffle of acid-flecked dancefloor soundscape "Armadillo", while "Cold Ravioli" sees him wrap dreamy piano flourishes and rich deep house textures around a snappy breakbeat house groove.
Banshee Boardwalk. Opener "Banshee Boardwalk" builds a killer deep house cut around a classic rock break, with hazy chords and picturesque melodies slowly stretching out over the crunchy, live-sounding groove. There's a classic piano house feel about the hustling "Heaven Unlimited", while Daj hook-up "BeforeHandMan" is a classic chunk of Detroit-influenced tech-soul at a deep house tempo.
Finally, James Welsh remixes the latter track, turning Banshee Boardwalk - Urulu - Banshee Boardwalk EP (Vinyl) into an alien chunk of foreboding deep house soul. These Things Take Time. It comes from Californian artist Taylor Freels under his now familiar Urulu alias. The experienced artist flexes his production muscles on "Metroid", a decidedly spacey deep house number that Banshee Boardwalk - Urulu - Banshee Boardwalk EP (Vinyl) intergalactic chords and Ron Trent style instrumentation around a tough beat, before joining the dots between Motor City futurism, electro and deep house on the similarly inclined "Polaris".
The striking "Believer" - all stirring strings, tech-tinged deep house rhythms and expertly placed breakdowns - sets the tone, before the Swag style clanking tech-house blast of "Drowning" drags us further towards afterhours dancefloors. The beats on "Lost Time" are blessed with a little extra swing - helped, in no small part, by some expert percussion programming - while the effortlessly soulful "Rest" offers a dewy-eyed trip into sensuous, straight-up deep house territory.
All killer, no filler, as you'd expect from Urulu. Let's Play House US. While the bold melodies and shuffling house rhythms we've come to expect from Freels are still present - most notably on the vivid, synth-laden deep house-goes-Balearic bliss of "Moon Unit" and Ben la Dash's eyes-wide-shut rework of the same track - he also displays an impressive desire to mix it up.
So, "Sound Like Sumo" fuses deep broken beats with heady chords and delicious P-funk squiggles, while "Lunar Larry" delivers enveloping chords, soft-focus grooves and baggy soundscapes. The Banshee EP. Amadeus Remixed. However, they're also experts in delivering music by new and interesting talent out there in the field such as this latest collaborative EP by Urulu and Steve Huerta, who between them have seen an impressive run of form over the last few years. If you're into swinging, percussive-fuelled dub house the this is the ticket for you, and these guys mean business when it comes to the dancefloor.
We're particularly find of Urulu's "Laura Don't Touch That", a discofried house bomb that just keeps on givin'. The EP's one collaborative track, "Things I Didn't Mean", comes on like classic Todd Edwards circa that remix of St Germain's "Alabama Blues" given a deep house makeover think bold basslines, skipping garage drums and cut-up vocal edits. A decent package is completed by a tough Revenge rework of "Be There". Get Large London Street Tracks Sampler Vol 1. Various Artists.
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A born and bred Berliner, Shir Khan started the label in his home city in The imprint now plays host to a who's who in the current tech-house climate - including Adana Twins, Doctor Dru, Claptone, Joyce Muniz, Urulu and Cocolores to name a few. All the usual suspects appear here: many golden oldies and even some newbie surprises too - perfect for the Christmas season and to forecast trends moving forward into To prove their relevance, they've served up a whopper of a compilation: over five dozen tracks showcasing their illustrious discography.
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