Down below Chicago Damn makes his second Wolf appearance with "High All Night", a killer house cut that applies a similar vocal sample to Marco Shuttle's "The Vox Attitude" to a booming rhythm made up of rolling drums and cut up disco loops. Typical Wolf quality through and through. While these influences aren't always that obvious on Into a Better Future, there are certainly glimpses of each within its pleasing mix of off-kilter deep house, bleep-heavy jams and ambient interludes.
The dusty production style and moody atmosphere, prevalent throughout, does have a post-punk feel, though. Regardless, it's an impressive set, with highlights including the early Orbital style breakbeat shuffle of "Hecstatic" and the future voodoo density of "Let's Go". Ruff Draft Already tried and tested in the clubs by our man Cottam, who fell in love with the tracks on first listen.
They demand to be played in the early hours of the morning in dark basements from Nottingham to Leyland and beyond. Label boss Cottam takes over the B side with a leisurely walk back from the supermarket taking the scenic route for no apparent reason. DJ QU. There's more stargazing fare to be found on his latest EP.
It's floor-friendly enough, but positive enough for home listening, too. Finally, "Soma" is thrillingly deep, transporting listeners to the far reaches of the galaxy via endless chords and shuffling percussion. Contains tracks by Joey Kay, artist from Chicago for second time he returns after previous work at "Keep The Face" now he presents two tracks "I Wonder" beautiful vocal deep house soulful and "In A Trance" techno tool for the dance floor.
There is a fulsome New York thump to the production, not least in the rounded drum sounds, but this is all about plush pad tones and soothing bass, not least on opening track "Of The Time". Future City Traffic Part 2. An Unexpected Encounter. This EP for Tasteful Nudes has a whiff of hardware about it, and is all the better for it. There are various moods on display, from the Mr Fingers bass and bittersweet chords of "An Orderly Life" to the Local Talk-ish locked-in grooves of "Love Crowd" - all mutant organs and sparse but tough rhythms.
Arguably best of all, though, is the icy "An Unexpected Encounter", which laces drowsy, deep space chords and sparse bleep melodies over an early Chicago deep house style groove. Doin It. Expanding matters to the 12" format for this third release only means there is more room to fill with sonic excellence and Vogel is clearly up to the task. Dipping In High All Night 12" 2.
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Delusions Of Grandeur. Drunk At The Jazz Club. There are various moods on display, from the Mr Fingers bass and bittersweet chords of "An Orderly Life" to the Local Talk-ish locked-in grooves of "Love Crowd" - all mutant organs and sparse but tough rhythms.
Arguably best of all, though, is the icy "An Unexpected Encounter", which laces drowsy, deep space chords and sparse bleep melodies over an early Chicago deep house style groove.
Doin It. Expanding matters to the 12" format for this third release only means there is more room to fill with sonic excellence and Vogel is clearly up to the task.
It's a diverse affair with four takes on "Doin' It", with the predominant mood on the A Side soul heavy and dubby on both the original and refix from African Shakedown's Noema. The 12" is fairly ruled by the flipside refix from NY AK however, with the UK producer recasting the original as dusty Detroit influenced house! Experienced producer Versalife reworks the title track, turning it into a blissful chunk of Drexciya-style electro.
Flip to the B-side for "Cabal", an ultra-deep and occasionally discordant concoction, and the fuzzy, Detroit-influenced bounce of "Millennium 2.
Recollections EP. Here he returns with his third 12" for the label. Lead cut "Recollections" is particularly good, delivering a deep and attractive fusion of fuzzy analogue warm, dreamy melodies and intoxicating chords.
He ups the tempo further on "Many Years Later". Which layers dubbed-out chords and swirling textures over an energy-packed techno groove. The accompanying remixes are pretty tasty, too, with The Cyclist particularly impressing with his Detroit techno-goes-lo-fi interpretation of "Recollections".
That said, the dreamy, new age-influenced downtempo take from Mood Hut regular Cloudface is pretty darn good, too. Stay reissue. You could certainly describe both tracks as "Balearic", and there's a real air of wide-eyed positivity about the tumbling melodies, swirling synth-strings and mids pop production of head-nodding deep house cut "Stay".
It's pretty darn tasty, all told. Almost as good is "Requiem", which appears to be built around a loop lifted from Cherrelle and Alexander O'Neal's "Saturday Love" with, of course, additional synths and tuneful electronics. View all DJ charts. Text link.Stream Ron Basejam Ft. Danielle Moore - Dippin' In (WOLFW) by WOLF Music from desktop or your mobile device.