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Dave's Sex Bits. A Close Shave. This latest installment features four more fabulous cuts to contend with, each delivering a distinctly different take on deep house. Ricardo Miranda's "Rush Hour" is wonderfully sleepy, offering hissing cymbals and super-deep chords. Toby Tobias, meanwhile, works the filters and backwards effects on "Love Papers", a real string-drenched sweetie.
Focus On: Rekids unmixed tracks. Trippy Steve. Futureboogie Recordings. He's clearly been in fine form in the studio, though, because it contains some real gems. Fantastic Man remixes, beefing up the beats and adding some aggressive, acid-syle sleaziness. Elsewhere, "Cosmic Slang" sits alone somewhere between space disco, electro and broken beat it's a place other producers should visit more often while "Deo Mort" is the kind of mind-altering Afro-cosmic house workout you'd expect to hear at a remote outdoor free party while off your box at 6am assuming, of course, the DJs involved have good taste.
The title track is a cosmic affair, with mysterious melodies, tripped out synth sweeps and extra helpings of reverb all unfolding over tight drum breaks.
Tobias opts for a different approach on "Synchro Surfer": focusing on the dance floor from the get-go, he delivers a linear rhythm that will be well received by DJs. However, he then proceeds to daub it in bleeps, sirens and the kind of warm and woozy chords that have become his signature. ESP 06 Apr 18 Techno. The Rain. Predictably, this latest single hits the mark, too, with title track "The Rain" offering an energy-packed sprint into freaky, cut-up, muscular house territory.
The London producer's stuttering beat edits and use of short, manipulated disco samples is particularly impressive. Nebraska opts for a more traditional, rolling disco-house feel to his bass-heavy, club-ready rework, while "New Way of Feeling" is a jazzy trip into off-kilter, synth-laden deep house territory that could easily be described as "Balearic".
Both tracks here are genuine epics, weighing in at well over ten minutes apiece. Opener "Gravitator" is an atmospheric chunk of woozy, mind altering late night deep house, where fluttering melody lines, drowsy chords, dubbed-out vocal samples and bubbly bass wrap themselves around a relentless groove.
Both tracks are amongst the South Londoner's best productions to date, and that's saying something. A Room For Babaette. Here, two tracks from his fine sophomore set Rising Son get a single release, backed with a pair of fine remixes. I:Cube remixes "Love Affair", turning Tobias' deep, woozy and glassy-eyed Italo-disco chugger into a spacey, expansive chunk of Detroit techno-influenced deep house.
Full of deep space electronics and chunky, rolling grooves, it feels like a love survivor from the early '90s. Label-mates Session Victim delivers an interpretation of the dreamy Balearic slow jam "Sloflava".
Their version is impressively floor-friendly, using Tobias' original elements - plus some carnival-leaning percussion - to deliver a delicious chunk of soul-flecked, ultra-positive deep house.Check out Toby Tobias on Beatport. Welcome to Beatport. Beatport is the world's largest electronic music store for DJs.