Keyl7 - No Artist - Sound Pool (Deep House / Progressive House) (CD)

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On the flip, he becomes Earth People and serves up pure house joy on "Dance" with its ebullient vocal yelps, party starting sax lines and timeless chords. It's the sort of celebratory, end of the night weapon that will send people home in absolute raptures. Evil 7". Mirror Ball US. Review: Legendary DJ and producer DJ Jazzy Jeff might be best known for his work in the world of hip hip but here he dives foot first into some fresh house grooves.

The lush guitar licks, noodling keys and well placed vocal samples all ooze authenticity and class. They meld the old with the new into something simple irresistible. A fine instrumental pairs things back even further for more straight up dance floor thrills. Shelter: Bulding It Still 12". Coloring Lessons. Review: Craig Handfield and Brandon Weem are musclecars, a new York house duo well known in their home city and quickly making international waves.

That will continue as long as they keep serving up grooves as unique as the Keyl7 - No Artist - Sound Pool (Deep House / Progressive House) (CD) here in unison with their party-turned-label Coloring Lessons, and popular shows on The Lot Radio.

The opener here is defined by tender piano keys and intimate field recordings which make for a deeply involving mood. Take A Chance 12" reeditado. Review: When it comes to producing deep, sophisticated, musically rich deep house, few are quite as capable as Kai Alce. Even so, there's still something extra-special about "Take A Chance", a thoroughly deep, soulful and lilting excursion full of rolling, African-influenced percussion, eyes-closed trumpet solos and warm, evocative vocals.

Alce's hero Larry Heard provides the remixes, firstly under his given name a typically deep, soulful and dreamy interpretation and secondly as Mr Fingers. It's these "Ambient Acid" versions - built around restless, lopped electronics and the original's sublime trumpet - that really stand out.

Brilliant from start to finish. The Orbalisk EP gram vinyl 12". Deep Sleep Robot. Review: Keyl7 - No Artist - Sound Pool (Deep House / Progressive House) (CD) Sleep Robot is a new label that looks back to overlooked music that was released between the rather specific, and seemingly random, period of and Whatever their inspiration for this, the first release is essential. The beats here are prime-era tech house - crisp, slick and punchy.

Proper dancing tackle. Still Slipping LP. Review: It may have taken a while - his massive debut single 'Hyph Mngo' was released 12 years ago - but Joy Orbison has finally got round to recording his debut album.

It's a highly personal affair, peppered with speech snippets from various family members including his mum, dad, sister, cousins and famous uncle, Ray Keith. It's perhaps not the all-out assault on the dancefloor some may have expected, but it is a genuinely brilliant and entertaining album.

Now the Prescription legend brings the cut back to life for Adeen, and there's a whole cast of other big hitters involved as well this time. First up, Nicholas remixes 'Speechless' and goes in heavy on a Rhodes hook, while Damier himself doffs his cap to Berlin's house mecca on the fluttering, guitar-laced 'Panorama Bar mix'.

Camille Migas creates something limber, expressive and sparkling for more reflective moments. On the flip, more high-grade remixes from Jef K and DG complete the package for some of the finest house music money can buy. The Lost Remixes 12". For its latest offering The Lost Remixes, Guy J is joined by ethereal deep house expert Jonas Saalbach who Keyl7 - No Artist - Sound Pool (Deep House / Progressive House) (CD) his midas touch to "Catfish" which is an evocative and mesmerising journey into the aether which will have you amazed.

Limousine Dream US. Review: Gene on Earth has spent the last few years establishing Limousine Dream as an outlet for his productions but has now decided to get other like-minded producers involved. The Sound of Limo, an expansive compilation of previously unheard treats, is his way of introducing us to his new family of artists.

Out Of Cycle gram vinyl 2xLP. Amphia Romania. Review: We welcome any new release on Amphia with open ears, as it's one of the more finely curated Rominimal labels in our opinion.

Following up great ones by Ferro, Christopher Ledger and Amorf, their latest one comes from scene stalwart Cristi Cons with his very first long-player. It features a wide selection of moods and grooves, all delivered in Cons' singular style as always.

From the chilled-out yet immaculate beats of opener "Western Habits", or the blissful microhouse roller 'Flux', to the sunny open-air tech house of 'Soul Connection' and the downbeat IDM journey of closing cut 'Crossroads' - Out Of Cycle is a cohesive effort from start to finish. I Love 12". Review: The reborn Nu Groove label continues to serve up some rather good new music. The New York imprint's latest 12" is a split affair. On the flip there's a debut from Trilogy Inc, an anonymous project reportedly helmed by "one of the UK's most esteemed house duos of the 80s and 90s".

They begin with the stabbing analogue bass, bouncy beats and swirling vocal snippets of '', before opting for a denser, heavier and more up-front sound on acid-flecked jack-track 'Calling'. Perpetuity 12". This one comes from legend Reginald 'Rheji' Burrell under the Avant Garde alias which he used for one release on Nu Groove back in The Burrelll Brothers have been staples in the records boxes of the Faith crew for some time, and they are honored to present this release.

The Perpetuity EP features four classic deep house expressions that are a zeitgeist of a golden era in the genre - indeed it's the early '90s that they are most reminiscent of - and we were pleasantly surprised that they're all new productions. Keepin' It Jazz EP 12". Shall Not Fade. Review: Felipe Gordon is a core part of the Shall Not Fade label and he brings some super sweet jazz vibes to this crucial new 12".

Showing his range, 'Continuous Develop' is a more leggy and funk-fuelled cut with more great chord work and 'Keepin' It Jazz' puts the mad keys front and centre, with lively hits and kicks underscoring the good-time vibes. Excellent EP. Collective Continents II gram vinyl 12". Inner Shift. Review: You can always trust in the quality of house music carried by Inner Shift. Opening things up, Mark Hand unfurls more of his exquisite, Rhodes-licked vibes, while Platform offers up a more subliminal, stripped and bumping groove.

G-Prod takes things into the distance with the pad-soaked dreamstate of 'Horizon', and Leo Gunn digs into something dusty and lounge-geared with the outstanding warm-up cut 'Aheeoo'. Rudiments EP: 25 Year Anniversary hand-stamped 7" limited to copies. Worldship Music US. Interestingly, while plenty of pundits then, now find Rush — in general and prog rock in particular — too pretentious to bear, this particular album has more in common with the much celebrated punk rock ethos that served, along with disco, to serve the progressive movement its last rites.

Not unlikethe second side is, at times, inconsequential, but Tarkus is a delivery device the side-long title suite. This is where grandiosity meets spectacle, with a storyline as bewildering as it is half-baked. But the music? The martial Sturm und Drang of the opening notes billowing into the scorched earth lamentation of what is supposedly a tale of evolution in reverse expertly balances bedlam with resolution. Gentle Giant has always been Keyl7 - No Artist - Sound Pool (Deep House / Progressive House) (CD) to the second or third tier, worshipped by a select contingent.

This of course is a phenomenon that imparts a certain aesthetic credibility; only the people who are really in the know are aware of them. Or, you have to work harder to find your way to this band. For people to whom even Gentle Giant is not out-there enough. This, as much as any music of the genre, is a take it or leave it proposition, which might explain why this band and, in particular, this album has unwavering disciples while those who dabble in prog rock — assuming such people exist — may have never heard it.

Here it is, for better or worse, work that embodies many of the best accolades and worst epithets of the genre: ambitious, self-conscious, literate, sprawling, obscure, and unadulterated. If the band took a major step forward with Nursery Crymethey took an Olympic vault with Foxtrot. Ominous, dark and dense where they were previously more whimsical and wide-eyed, this is where Peter Gabriel made his play for whackiest and most wonderful frontman in the crowded prog circus, circa Everything and the kitchen sink?

His voice would never sound better, and he was possibly at the height of his instrumental prowess: the obligatory flute, the always-impressive acoustic guitar chops and, for this album, the cheeky employment of a soprano saxophone. The subject matter, so perplexing at first blush, is a relatively straightforward examination of what happens after death. Probably not.

Granted, for the uninitiated, a lazy overview might suggest they sound something like Ian Anderson fronting Genesis, with the flute replacing the vocals. Camel is much more than that, and while their first several albums are all close-to-excellent, The Snow Goose is their masterpiece. On each song he pulls another riff out of his hat and his solos still sound immaculate, all these years later.

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