|1.||"Drifting Back" (6:39)|
|1.||"Houston We Have A Problem" (7:26)|
** BIG REPRESS ** After two auspicious releases on the Swedish label Aniara Recordings, production duo Genius Of Time step up to Clone's Royal Oak series, previously graced by the likes of Space Dimension Controller, Reggie Dokes and Gerd. Taking this esteemed company into account, we don't take it lightly when we say this record is as good as anything we've heard in the Royal Oak series, with A Side offering "Drifting Back" a jazzy house delight with softly pumping chords making for a jam that wouldn't seem out of place in the KDJ back cat. It's the two flipside offerings, however, that contain the real heat. "Houston We Have A Problem" combines calming synths, vocal moans and rolling percussion to breathtaking effect, while "Juxtapose" could almost be David Kennedy in house mode such is the tough, raw drum programming, but Genius Of Time add some softly soaring strings, thus imbuing the track with a nice classicist bent. An excellent release that comes with a free download code to keep all you mp3 bandits happy.
Burnski, Lukas Micka, Kone-R (Uncharted Audio), FOLD, RUSTAM OSPANOFF., Eamon Harkin, Mister Saturday Night, J.Cub - E.A.R / CUB Records, Ralph Lawson, Ksoul, Ionik (Traveller Records, KGS), WOLF Music, Lay-Far, Jamie Le Vack (Sshh Edits), Oscar Barila, Martin Haberland, Sean Brosnan, Mike W - Kolour LTD, Future Classic DJs, Juno Recommends Deep House, Riccio, Four Walls, Jazz Neversleeps, Vakula, Seuil, Juno Plus, Sai Aka Blend Architect, Sven Tasnadi (Moon Harbour), Sir Lord Comixx, Daniel Curpen, Wil Maddams, Kastil (Soul Notes/Stale), Ellen Allien, Melbourne Deepcast, Sasha Khizhnyakov, Crackazat, SARTORIAL (Tropical Disco Records)
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