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Detroit Get Down EP
Cat: 4EVR 007. Rel: 12 Oct 21
Deep House
  1. On My Own (feat Moodymann & Kasan Belgrave) (7:21)
  2. How We Get Down (In Detroit) (6:37)
  3. Words Can't Express (feat Britt Frappier & Ian Fink) (6:24)
  4. Lisbon Nights (feat Sarah Elizabeth Charles - Minor Invention edit) (3:54)
  5. Lisbon Nights (feat Sarah Elizabeth Charles - Darrius Quince edit) (3:26)
Review: A former protege of local legends such as Marcus Belgrave and Mike Banks, the Motor City's Jon Dixon serves up more hi-tech jazz here on the Detroit Get Down EP - on his very own 4evr 4wrd imprint. Features the deep and spiritual house journey of 'On My Own' featuring the inimitable Moodymann & Kasan Belgrave, followed by the elevating techno soul of "How We Get Down (In Detroit)". Over on the flip, we have a couple of edits of the utterly hypnotic "Lisbon Nights" (feat Sarah Elizabeth Charles) with our pick being the Minor Invention version.
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EPM20 EP3
EPM20 EP3 (12")
Cat: EPM 23V. Rel: 28 Sep 21
Deep House
  1. Eddie Fowlkes - "1-2-3" (6:21)
  2. Jon Dixon - "Mack & Bewick" (6:38)
  3. DJ 3000 - "Summer 1995" (6:13)
  4. Rico & Sonny - "The Beat" (6:44)
Review: Unlike its predecessors, which in turn showcased techno and electro jams, the third and final volume in EPM Music's 20th anniversary series of EPs looks to house music for inspiration. Of course, you'll find plenty of nods towards techno on show throughout, from the fuzz-soaked riffs and broken computer motifs of Eddie Fowlkes' hypnotic opener '1-2-3', to the fizzing, alien-sounding electronics and mind-mangling riffs of Rico & Sonny's rolling 'The Beat'. There's also an underwater-but-outer-space feel to Jon Dixon's pleasingly wonky 'Mack & Bewick', while DJ 3000's 'Summer 1995' is a gloriously retro-futurist slab of spacey house futurism full of warm analogue bass, sparkling chords and hands-in-the-air piano stabs.
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