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Office 09 (12")
Cat: OFFICE 09. Rel: 10 Oct 16
Deep House
  1. Yourz (6:25)
  2. Ubi (6:40)
  3. Beleaf Davis (7:09)
  4. See U (6:29)
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Two (For You) (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: OFFICE 11. Rel: 19 Jun 17
Deep House
  1. Ween Been (6:04)
  2. Absent (5:19)
  3. The Friend (6:02)
  4. Two (For You) (7:17)
Review: This year marks 10 years since Bastian Volker first donned the Baaz alias. He remains one of deep house's most reliable producers, as this outing on longtime home Office Recordings deftly proves. He begins with the ocean-deep chords, softly spoken electronics and hypnotic groove of "Ween Been", before wrapping heart-aching pianos and drowsy chords around a barely audible drum track on the near-ambient bliss of "Absent". On the flipside you'll find the tech-tinged shuffle of "The Friend", where bolder kicks and snares rise above his liquid dreamscape, and the brilliant ambient electronica of sublime closer "Two (For You)". This is music for sunsets, sunrises and particularly sleepy afternoons.
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Office 08 (12" + insert)
Cat: OFFICE 08. Rel: 05 Sep 16
Deep House
  1. Kraut House (6:53)
  2. You (Can't) (3:02)
  3. Modual (6:20)
  4. Simple E (5:51)
Review: Swiss master of all things deep, Bastian Volker is back for the eighth release on his always impressive Office imprint. Not just content with creating some lush music under the Baaz alias or redefining the dub techno sound as Eric Miller (like on his recent album Silhouettes for Sushitech this year), could he be delving into the world of hypnotic techno now also? Brilliant opener "Kraut House" starts the EP off in great form and is reminiscent of the tribal trance sounds of Refracted or Tozzy. On the flip, "Modual" is more like the Baaz we know; deep, dubby and emotive with a bumping baseline, smoky drum patterns and pitch shifted druggy vocals for added effect. Finally "Simple E" adds yet more variety to the release with this dusty and bittersweet slow burner that's perfect for drifting.
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Cat: OFFICE 04. Rel: 06 Apr 15
Deep House
  1. Magnet (8:29)
  2. What Happened Happened (4:03)
  3. What Happened Happened (Berg Reduktion) (5:52)
Review: Our favourite German deep house producer Iron Curtis lands on the Office Recordings label after a relatively long period of silence. The KMS Years is Curtis at his best, where tracks like "Magnet" prove why this guy is underrated as hell; chunky deep house beats are looped into a tight groove and drizzled in just the right amount of dirt. "What Happened, Happened" is slower, dirtier, more swamped and certainly more experimental but it still manages to retain Curtis' palpable injection of soul. A serious EP, check it.
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Maple (12")
Cat: OFFICE 10. Rel: 17 Apr 17
Deep House
  1. Maple (7:05)
  2. Collision (5:31)
  3. Entago Entery (5:36)
  4. Reset Me (3:30)
Review: For his label's tenth edition, Switzerland's Baaz serves up a fine release by German deep house purveyor Iron Curtis on the Maple EP. Starting off with the raw, minimal and cyclical techno jack of the title track (wicked!), it's a bit of a change of pace from the label's usual preference for ultra deep or dubby aesthetics: but equally subterranean and hypnotic all the same. Speaking of which, "Collision" indeed gets with the program on this absolutely lush downtime journey, while on the flip we've got two short but sweet offerings: "Entago Entery" and the blissful "Reset Me" providing the mandatory ambient track that has been known to close out the label's recent offerings. More quality from undoubtedly one of the top labels in deep house of the moment.
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OFFICE 12 (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: OFFICE 12. Rel: 16 Oct 17
Deep House
  1. Track 1 (6:14)
  2. Track 2 (8:28)
  3. Track 3 (4:19)
  4. Track 4 (6:02)
Review: No one knows who One Day is. No one knows what the title of this EP is called. No one knows what the tracks are called. But we know that this is Office... And everything Baaz's Berlin-based label puts out has a great deal of detail invested in it and always requires attention. This is no exception as the mysterious vibe maestro takes us from warm, jazz-tinged chugging deep house to cascading aquatic ambience that bubbles and pops dreamily via fuzzy, springy downtempo. Who knows who's behind this masterpiece? Maybe One Day we'll find out...
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Broke EP (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: OFFICE 03. Rel: 20 Jan 14
Deep House
  1. Mehris Groove
  2. Broke
  3. Im Sumpf
Review: A man who knows a thing or two about getting deep, Christopher Rau gives Office their third release and he's got plenty of soul-enriched goodies to impart from up-for-it club tackle to strung-out mellow explorations. "Mehris Groove" is centred around a gentle chord hook and a rolling tumble of percussion with an organic lilt to it. It's simple and effective like all the best Rau tracks are. "Broke" is more downtempo yet still marches forth with a danceable purpose, despite the best efforts of the plaintive Rhodes notes to quell the kinesis of the track. "Im Sumpf" heads off into experimental territory with an intricate arrangement of distant sound and melody as warm and inviting as it is out-there.
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Trux (LP)
Cat: OFFICE 07. Rel: 18 Apr 16
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Aziol (3:16)
  2. Ada (4:20)
  3. Skarb (3:44)
  4. Werk (4:12)
  5. Pattern (5:11)
  6. End 1 (3:52)
  7. Your Cradle (3:33)
  8. Temp (1:18)
Review: Berlin's Office Recordings has always released sparingly, and this is perhaps what has saved them from becoming too attached to one genre or trend, and instead travelling at their own pace and on their own agenda. The label introduces newcomer Trux to the scene, a mystery artist who props up out of nowhere armed with eight pellets of ambient and drum experimentation - we're listening. Aside from the lo-fi, over-layered patterns of abstract pieces such as "Aziol" or "Pattern" itself, other tunes like "Ada" or Skarb" recall the Actress sort of dynasty, and the artist manages to conjure airy grooves made up of drone plates and intangible drum circles. It's an alchemistic sort of sound, and one that is surely set to earn Trux plenty of fans. Tip!
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