With his release schedule operating at a gentle pace to allow for each of his twelves to sit and be considered on their own merit, Daniel 'Red Rack'Em' Berman makes just his second outing of 2013 with this pair of cuts for the ever strengthening Wolf Music. It's a record that shows off Berman's idiosyncratic approach to deep house on two very different levels. The first track, "In Love Again", is as blissed-out and heartfelt a take as you could wish for, from the sumptuous pad lines to the plastic strings that positively ooze contentment and passion. "Latin Techno" meanwhile is perhaps less predictable based on its title, opting for a jagged cut up of drum machine patterns and contorted brass sounds but rubbing them up in a non-direct way that makes for a delirious and utterly singular end result.
Owen Jay, Jonna (City Fly), Cyclonix, Jeremiah, Red Rack'em/Hot Coins, Clang83, Stupid Human, Carlos Nilmmns, WOLF Music, Martin Haberland, Youandewan, Medlar, James Duncan, NICK V, Sccucci Manucci, The Legendary 1979 Orchestra, Iron Curtis, Sunsiare, The Noodleman, Askell (BORG LTD), Cecil (artfuldivision), Soul Of Hex, Mad Mats & Tooli / Local Talk
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