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Justin Zerbst

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  1. Ewan Jansen - "Solo Traveller" (8:35)
  2. Ewan Jansen - "Submerge" (8:21)
  3. Ewan Jansen - "Wooden Ships" (8:47)
  4. Ewan Jansen - "Lunar Desire" (7:06)
  5. Justin Zerbst - "Driftwood" (7:35)
  6. Justin Zerbst - "Traces" (8:16)
  7. Justin Zerbst - "Exhale" (9:13)
  8. Justin Zerbst - "Remember" (5:07)
Review: Since returning to action in 2015 after a 14-year break, Ewan Jansen has re-established himself as one of Australia's most talented deep house producers. Here, he gathers together tracks from some of the earliest releases on the Red Ember label he established with Justin Verbst way back in 1997. Combing analogue deep house flavours with elements of Detroit techno - most notably the far-sighted, stargazing ethos - much of the music on Embers Only has lasted the test of time brilliantly. Strangely, many of the 12" singles that the majority of these tracks are taken from were only ever pressed in stupidly limited quantities (between 20 and 40, in some cases), meaning that this collection is the only way of getting hold of them.
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out of stock $20.75
Cat: EKLO 032. Rel: 10 Nov 15
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Substraction (7:17)
  2. Timor Echo (8:10)
  3. You Can't See Around Corners (7:06)
  4. Syrup (5:52)
Review: Take a glance over the eight year-long discography of France's Eklo and you'll soon get the picture. From dOP to Seuil, Le Loup or even Christi Cons; it's all about minimal for these guys. Good on 'em! This time they tap Perth, Western Australia's Justin Zerbst for an EP. Back in the studio after a 16 year hiatus; nice one mate! Starting out with the boompty tech house of "Subtraction" which is reminiscent of Derrick Carter's stuff as Tone Theory in the last nineties; not a bad thing at all! Next "Timor Echo" is tough deep house with smooth Rhodes piano, meticulous drum patterns and random bleeps and whirs, quite decent. On the flip is where it really gets interesting though, with the sombre and mysterious late nineties/early noughties indebted minimal house of "You Cant See Around The Corners". Whether its one from the archives or new, we'll never know, but it's a real highlight on here.
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out of stock $9.43
Cat: MET 032. Rel: 05 Oct 17
  1. A Time & A Location (7:08)
  2. Places (6:48)
  3. Away (6:34)
  4. In Deep (6:56)
out of stock $11.59
Cat: EKLO 037. Rel: 29 Mar 17
Minimal/Tech House
  1. The Wave Above Us (9:48)
  2. See You At Sunset (10:28)
Review: Perth's Justin Zerbst was throwing down some quality house music somewhere in the sleepy suburbs of Perth, Western Australia before some of you lot were even born. This period in the late nineties alongside good mate Ewan Jansen was very productive for their Red Ember Recordings, which never really made much of a splash outside of W.A. A fun fact: locals in Down Under's big ol' mining state jokingly tell you it stands for 'Wait Awhile' and indeed the rest of the world did: all we can say is thank goodness these gems were finally unearthed and got the recognition they deserved, all these years later. Seuil has reissued several unreleased gems by Zerbst and Jansen such as the Embers Only and Into The Cold EPs. On "The Wave Above Us" it could very well have been made in the present day: bearing similarities to sounds by current producers such as Binh or Saverio Celestri however it most likely took its cues from Daniel Bell or Pantytec at the time and putting its own unique take on the sound with its stripped, bit-crushed rhythms, blips and bleeps and reductionist sense of funk.
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Gespielt von: Le Loup, Julien Sandre
out of stock $9.97
Cat: REREO 1. Rel: 18 Jan 17
Deep House
  1. Justin Zerbst - "Clearance" (7:12)
  2. Ewan Jansen - "Red Silicone" (9:19)
Review: Perth, Western Australia is hardly known as a city synonymous with deep house yet in the late nineties locals Justin Zerbst and Ewan Jansen had a wonderful sound happening. It was no doubt influenced by local don Ben Stinga's weekly Undergound Solution radio show. It presented the underground deep house sounds of the time of Chicago as well the emerging sounds minimal from Cologne and Frankfurt. The results of their musical work was released on their indie imprint Red Ember, which in the last couple of years has finally received the recognition it deserves: just a decade and a half later, on these reissues. On the A side, Zerbst presents the quirky minimal funk of "Clearance". If you heard this one out today, you'd possibly mistake it for Seuil or Francesco del Garda and coincidentally: more of Zerbst's reissues have previously come courtesy of the former's Eklo imprint. On the flip, Jansen delivers a more powerful affair with the emotive, funky hi-tech soul of "Red Silicone" where this Detroit influenced groover features hynotising chords and tough rhythms.
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out of stock $9.43
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