Fourth release from Berlin's always dependable Workshop imprint. Deep and chuggy house is the MO for this installment, and it comes in the form of three tracks that each come at it from a different angle. Move D takes the most direct approach on the A side, all funk samples and Detroit vibes. We get deeper with Even Tuell's more techno take, 909 kicks, meaty bass stabs and voices that seem to come out of nowhere to take you into super heady space. The ketamine really kicks in with Sascha Dive's ultra slo-mo mind stretcher. Each of these cuts seems to occupy some distinct section of the party, whether it's lift off or the epic comedown at the end of it all.
- music label: Workshop 2008 /2015
reviewed by Joey Coco 09/2015
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