Review: The last 4/4 techno release was his amazing release on KMS "The Book". While busy running his own cool Vmax label for his obscure and more freaky electro-techno experiments, Heath drops some amazing techno tracks on Frantic Flowers that will be appealing to a much wider audience then his release on Frantic Flower's sister label Frustrated Funk. Classic Detroit techno energetic and uplifting with smooth effective basslines.
Review: Two Gerard Hanson records repressed in one week along with a new 12"!? Far too much music is getting undeserved hype these days but this is definitely not the case here. E.R.P. aka Convextion is back, this time on the ever consistent Frantic Flowers label (a sub-label of Frustrated Funk you know) with 'Alsoran'. After his brilliant and critically acclaimed self titled album on Down Low Music, Gerard returns with three beautiful techno tracks - so sweet it hurts your teeth!
Review: Hutton Drive (known for his great tracks on 7th-Sign and Soma) with 2 Chicago bassment tracks in the style of early DJ Rush, Larry Heard (Gherkin) and Roy Davis. Long tracks that build and build and goes on with a dirty irresistible groove. Kind of cross over between early Chicago and Detroit!
Review: Two raw house tracks heavy influenced by the early sounds of Chicago and Detroit. Raw jacking bassment trax which shake like there is no tomorrow. The perfect balance between soulful beauty and total chaos.