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Symbiosis
Symbiosis (double 12")
Cat: SUSH 60. Rel: 06 Feb 23
 
Deep House
Symbiosis 1 (8:48)
Symbiosis 2 (6:39)
Symbiosis 3 (2:50)
Symbiosis 4 (8:04)
Symbiosis 5 (7:20)
Symbiosis 6 (7:52)
Review: After having two of his earlier tunes remodelled by Carl Craig and Mike Huckaby thanks to Sushitech, Detroit's Delano Smith re-emerges on the label with a double pack of tunes made with Brawther under the D&B Productions. That moniker has more to do with the pair's name rather than a suddenly conversion to drum & bass, although there's a love of dubby effects and deep bass power here that - at a stretch - could be said to be in common. The six tracks - Symbiosis' 1-6 - are smooth and simple, but executed with an ear (or four) for an irresistible groove, an economic but rhythmic keyboard stab and a knack for squeezing something nicely soulful from the barest ingredients. Nice work indeed.
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 in stock $26.40
Straight Up No Chaser (B-STOCK)
Cat: UAR 015 (B-STOCK). Rel: 01 Jan 90
 
Minimal/Tech House
Review: ***B-STOCK: Creasing to corner and split on top of outer sleeve but otherwise in excellent condition***


Norm Talley returns to his Upstairs Asylum label alongside fellow US house pioneer Delano Smith for Straight Up No Chaser, an eight-track opus featuring four solo cuts each. Talley's gritty, dubbed-out, low-rolling house style is present and correct throughout with the loopy chords of 'Blak Bottom' getting things going, 'The Flip' getting more cavernous and aqueous and 'ISO Vision' leaning into dub techno. 'Believe It' is a soulful deep house looper, while Smith gets bubbly with 'The Bassline', lays down thumping kicks on 'Travels 23' and his trademark synth smears on 'The Drive' while 'Remembrance' is a heady dub house cut that locks you into a state of perfect hypnosis.
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 in stock $24.28
Straight Up No Chaser
Straight Up No Chaser (limited 2xLP)
Cat: UAR 015. Rel: 14 Sep 23
 
Minimal/Tech House
Norm Talley - "Blak Bottom" (unreleased edit)
Norm Talley - "The Flip"
Delano Smith - "The Bassline"
Delano Smith - "Travels 23"
Norm Talley - "ISO Vision"
Delano Smith - "The Drive"
Norm Talley - "Believe It"
Delano Smith - "Remembrance"
Review: Norm Talley returns to his Upstairs Asylum label alongside fellow US house pioneer Delano Smith for Straight Up No Chaser, an eight-track opus featuring four solo cuts each. Talley's gritty, dubbed-out, low-rolling house style is present and correct throughout with the loopy chords of 'Blak Bottom' getting things going, 'The Flip' getting more cavernous and aqueous and 'ISO Vision' leaning into dub techno. 'Believe It' is a soulful deep house looper, while Smith gets bubbly with 'The Bassline', lays down thumping kicks on 'Travels 23' and his trademark synth smears on 'The Drive' while 'Remembrance' is a heady dub house cut that locks you into a state of perfect hypnosis.
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 in stock $30.89
Hed Kandi Volume 1
Cat: UAR 007. Rel: 12 Jan 22
 
Deep House
Delano Smith - "The Lost Synth" (part 1) (6:03)
Delano Smith - "The Lost Synth" (part 2) (6:07)
Patrice Scott - "Better Days" (6:45)
Deepset - "Soltek" (4:36)
Review: Don't be misled by the facetious title, there's no handbag house to be found on Hed Kandi Vol. 1. Instead, you'll be treated to some real proper beatdown vibes by some right legends of the Detroit underground, curated by scene stalwart Norm Talley. The ever impressive Delano Smith gets the Mixmode vibe in effect on the hypnotic back room dubs of 'The Lost Synth' parts 1 & 2 respectively which cover the A side. Over on the flip, Sistrum Recordings main man Patrice Scott gets some emotive Motor City soul going on in his inimitable style on 'Better Days' followed by the heads-down basement beats of Deepset's 'Soltek'.
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 in stock $13.47
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