Monday, May 25, 2009

Steve Bug - Collaboratory [Poker Flat Recordings]

Listening to Steve Bug's fourth studio album within his fifteen years lasting career in electronic music, which is to be released on his very own Poker Flat Recordings in shortest of time under the name of "Collaboratory" there's especially one word coming to mind: "deepness". Of course there are still some funk-fueled TechHouse-/Minimal-smashers to be found as there are the formerly released tunes "Tress Can Dance", "Month Of Sip" or the ultimate dancefloor killer "Swallowed To Much Bass" produced alongside Paris The Black Fu of Detroit Grand Pubahs-fame but going through the album it becomes obvious that not only DeepHouse has been influential but that there has been a new will to experiment, to play around with tempos and structures while Mr. Bug spent time in the studio lately - not only alone but accompanied by artists like Cle, Simon Flower, Donnacha Costello, Virgina Nascimento and others, all having contributed parts to "Collaboratory" which is a must-have for all lovers of quality electronic music.


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