Monday, July 03, 2023

baze.djunkiii Charts 07/2k23

01. Dave Angel - Original Man [Something Happening, Somewhere 036]
What a major re-issue this is. Originally put out on the circuit a mere three decades ago Dave Angel's "Original Man" is one of the essential blueprints of Intelligent Techno out of the UK with its 'troity waves of melancholia, trippy Broken Techno foundation and ever comforting late night dancefloor attitude whereas the two cuts on the flip showcase the mans ability in terms of straightforward, hypnotic and uptempo Techno functionality as well as deeper, slightly playful Tech affairs. Excellent artwork, too.

02. X-Coast - XTC (The Lost Scrolls) [XTCW 001]
Is it the 90s again? This one is a fairly recent release but it sounds like a long lost gem from the golden age of electronic music, catering everything from killer early 90s ClubHouse x Balearic Trance x ProtoTrance vibes with killer vocal samples to high energy peaktime Trance as well as deep and groovy midtempo Breakbeats for intimate red light venues and their dedicated, music-loving regulars.

03. THX 1971 - Minimal Ist Meine Wahl [Block4]
See review for details...

04. Sascha Müller - High Contrast [Proper Cuts Recordings 001]
See review for details...

05. Matisa - Wonder [Steel City Dance Discs 035]
This seemingly slightly or even massively delayed on the self-declared and formerly Australia-based working class imprint that is Steel City Dance Discs caters quite a melange of playful, UK Hardcore-referencing midtempo Breakbeats, uplifting Breakbeat-infused Techno sporting melodic sequences larger than life and obvious Rave vibes for heaving club crowds. Well proper.

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