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Written on Monday, October 22nd, 2018


://about blank – Iron Curtis / Daniela La Luz / Christian S – ://about blank 005 – ://ab005


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On the A-side shines the clubs longtime friend Iron Curtis (who is up to release a wonderful album on Rippertons label Tamed Music) with a classic 909-driven house track and the sympathetic title Relaxer.
The B-side is opened by Daniela La Luz, who follows a similar timeless and classic approach and has often convinced us with her rousing live sets.
B2 comes from Christian S, who gets a bit more psychedelic and weird in his musical style —just the way we like it.
House is a feeling!



A: Iron Curtis – relaxer

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B1: Daniela La Luz – unhappen it

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B2: Christian S – column 241

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Frank Music – Johannes Albert – Fountain Of Youth – FM12026


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Peak Time business is good time business. Rave Signals, some repeating vocal and what an unsophisticated kicki drum. We gonna make you sweat since ‘we got something’. The obvious? Sure thang. Tool added. For fans of DJ Haus & Rekids. On the flip however we go Frank De Wulf all the way. Throw yourself into the waters of youth. In other words: trance dance music with a touch of classic Belgium. Icing on the cake: Marlon Hoffstadt adds a broken electro future remix.



A1: And Then Some

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A2: Some Tool (I got)

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B1: Fountain Of Youth

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B2: Fountain Of Youth (Marlon Hoffstadt Remix)

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Ilian Tape – Konrad Wehrmeister – 5050 – ITX013


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A1: Eins

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A2: GeigerCounter

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A3: Movie

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B1: TDA

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B2: Overdose

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B3: Vestak

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Material Image – Cromie – Cromie’s Habit – MATIMG06


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Supreme breakbeat house, floor-focused leftfield grooves, and a rhythmic ambient chiller. Cromie’s latest four tracker for Material Image, his first for the label, fires on all fronts with some help from a couple friends from across the pond (Iron Curtis and Royer). Cromie has a ‘habit’ of coaxing hooks out of unassuming sources, and fitting them into a cohesive groove. That’s the secret sauce here: pure groove and infectious melodies from who-knows-where. Listen for a perfectly placed, driving guitar riff in A1, pitched percussion and pan flutes in A2, and euphoric keys with chunky bass on B1 (with help from Iron Curtis). Our man Royer, a repeat offender on the Material Image roster, serves up an extended ambient remix of A2 ‘Told’ to close out the record.



A1: Habit (Good For Us)

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A2: Told

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B1: Rave3 (w/ Iron Curtis)

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B2: Told (Royer remix)

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