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NDATL Special Edition 2017 (hand-stamped 12" + stickers) (1 per customer)
Cat: NDATLSE 2107. Rel: 11 Aug 17
Deep House
  1. Kai Alce - "Amongst Blackness" (5:03)
  2. Galcher Lustwerk - "Come2Mind" (5:37)
  3. Patrice Scott - "Highness" (6:30)
  4. M People - "Moving On Up" (unreleased KDJ edit) (7:01)
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  1. Luke Hess - "Deliverer" (6:14)
  2. Patrice Scott - "Future Funk" (7:25)
  3. Basic Soul Unit - "Torn Satin" (6:53)
  4. Michael Zucker - "YHWH" (6:15)
Review: Finale Sessions continues to fly the flag for the freshest variations on deep techno with a distinct Detroit flavour, and now the label is celebrating five years of operations with a split release that calls upon some label regulars to turn out the goods. Luke Hess is up first with the dynamic whipcrack dub techno pulse of "Deliverer", while Patrice Scott continues his fine run of form with the meditative "Future Funk". Basic Soul Unit meanwhile strikes the balance between experimentation and immersion with the sharp-angled yet soothing "Torn Satin", and then label boss Michael Zucker drops a punchy but poignant offering in the shape of "YHWH".
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The Hustlers (hand-stamped red transparent vinyl 12")
Cat: TMBR 01. Rel: 10 Jul 13
Deep House
  1. Hinode - "Complex Deep"
  2. Hinode - "Preliminal Session"
  3. Hinode - "Waiting For The Sun"
  4. Patrice Scott - "Libations"
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Cat: SIS 003. Rel: 10 Jun 13
Deep House
  1. KSoul & Ra.H - "Turning Point"
  2. Keith Worthy - "Deep For Dayz"
  3. Patrice Scott - "Do You Feel Me"
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  1. Chris Mitchell - "Brisk City"
  2. Tony Ollivierra - "Prophetic Light"
  3. Patrice Scott - "MFDT"
Review: Patrice Scott gathers together another crew of the deepest house producers to explore the more subterranean corners of the sound on this tidy three-track release. Chris Mitchell comes over all acidic on "Brisk City", letting a surprisingly chunky square wave bassline duel with strange tunings of synth flourishes, while Tony Ollivierra goes for a more typical Sistrum jaunt in the expressive strings he dishes out on "Prophetic Light". However it's Scott himself that steals the prize with the full-bodied "MFDT", which holds a remarkable presence in the dynamic range of synths used despite the most restrained of beats.
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Segue One (12")
Cat: SISMOD ONE. Rel: 13 Feb 15
Techno
  1. Segue One
  2. Segue One (Aubrey's mix)
Review: Earlier this year, long established techno producers Patrice Scott and Chris Mitchell joined forces as Modular One. Initially, it was for the one-off "Quasar" track on Scott's own Sistrum imprint. Here, they deliver another message from the stars in the shape of "Segue 1", a typically deep, attractive and far-sighted composition that fixes deep space chords and winding melodies to an arpeggio-driven Motor City groove. On the flip, British techno veteran Aubrey delivers his own take on "Segue 1", playing down the arpeggio bassline while emphasizing the original's classic Detroit techno elements. It's a dreamy, immersive and thoroughly atmospheric interpretation.
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Nostalgia (12")
Cat: SIS 021. Rel: 24 Jun 13
Deep House
  1. Nostalgia
  2. Sequence Two
Review: Nostalgia sees Detroit veteran engaging in another two tracks of deep techno with the producer's typically interstellar touch for his own Sistrum Recordings. The twinkling percussive chimes and drawn out pads of "Nostalgia" come expectedly sepia tinted, and underpinned with a tough rhythm and low slung bass groove; "Sequence 2" on the flip is a much livelier affair, with a twisting acidic bassline wrapped around cascading chords and dubby keys that combine to create a positively kaleidoscopic effect.
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Cat: SIS 002. Rel: 09 Mar 07
Deep House
  1. Beyond Deep
  2. Raw Fusion
  3. Deep Again
Review: More Detroit techno and house from Patrice Scott, whose influence of Kenny Larkin and Carl Craig is clearly shown. Deep, moody and introspective, "Beyond Deep", released on Sistrum, is perfect for the late night comedown!
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Motions (12")
Cat: SIS 004. Rel: 16 Nov 07
Deep House
  1. Motions (original mix)
  2. Motions (Sunrise dub)
  3. Motions (beats)
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Far Away (12")
Cat: SIS 008. Rel: 21 Jan 09
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Far Away
  2. Far Away (Mike Edge remix)
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Cat: SISTRUM 023. Rel: 30 Apr 14
Deep House
  1. Track 1
  2. Track 2
  3. Track 3
Review: If you didn't know Patrice Scott was from Detroit, you could probably guess. You see, the Euphonium EP comes on like the soundtrack to a sci-fi tear-jerker yet to be made, all intergalactic chords, deep space pads, melancholic melodies and eyes-closed rhythms. Scott is a past master at this kind of unadulterated deepness, of course, but there's still something impressive about the beatless beauty of "B3", the cymbal-driven deep techno melancholia of "A1", and the otherworldly shuffle of "B1". All three tracks are brilliantly immersive, offering the kind of enveloping escapism that Scott does so well.
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Cat: SIS-EUPH-LP. Rel: 15 May 15
Deep House
  1. A Detroit State Of Mind (5:04)
  2. Distr5th (6:43)
  3. Escapism (6:51)
  4. Hysteria (6:35)
  5. Euphonium (ETA dub) (6:46)
  6. They Walk The Earth (7:26)
  7. The Dark Dance (ETA mix) (5:51)
  8. Sync Deeper (2:21)
  9. Music Therepy (part 2) (6:21)
Review: Somewhat surprisingly, this is veteran Detroiter Patrice Scott's debut album. He's been releasing admirably melodic blends of deep house and techno since 2006, but this is the first time he's attempted to fill a full-length release. Euphonium is predictably enjoyable, with audible nods to pioneers of both genres - Ron Hardy, Ron Trent, Derrick May, Juan Atkins and Larry Heard in particular - and a range of tracks that ripple with far-sighted chords, sci-fi tinged rhythms, and an almost tactile feel. While mostly focused on dancefloor material, there are occasional downtempo excursions (see "A Detroit State of Mind" and "Sync Deeper"). These help give the album balance, while emphasizing Scott's love of mood and melody.
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Cat: SIS 006. Rel: 05 Jun 08
Deep House
  1. The Evolutions (part 1)
  2. The Voyage
  3. The Evolutions (part 2)
Played by: Lakuti, Ra.H, Andy Vaz
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Cat: SIS 016. Rel: 28 Jul 11
Deep House
  1. Analog Dreams (Johannes Volk remix)
  2. Analog Dreams (XDB reshape)
  3. Analog Dreams (P Scott Beatless dub)
Review: Patrice Scott signals a welcome revisit of his excellent "Analog Dreams", calling on the talents of XDB and Johannes Volk to add their own thoughts to the track. Volk takes the lead with a dusty revision that saunters across the A Side, retaining key elements of the original but dosing proceedings with gloopy hypnosis via the deep tones and thick bass that seeps towards your inner ear. Whilst the sprawling textures lend the track an expansive quality, the stiff kicks retain focus. XDB takes the track in a pleasantly different direction, sumptuous soundscapes arise in unison with stripped back drums whilst rusty analogue stabs are slowly introduced to shift the impetus towards a more focused second half. Scott's own twinkling "Beatless Dub" seems a fitting way to end this release.
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Cat: SIS 002REISSUE. Rel: 20 Jul 12
Deep House
  1. Beyond Deep
  2. Raw Fusion
  3. Deep Again
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Cat: SIS 018. Rel: 18 Apr 12
Deep House
  1. Tones & Things
  2. Oberon
  3. Orbital Bliss
  4. Orbital Bliss (Patrice Scott rechord version)
Review: The Orbital Bliss EP provides four further expansive journeys into the outer reaches of the techno galaxy courtesy of Mr Patrice Scott, commencing in the ambient soundscape of "Tones & Things", the swaying chord sequences embellished by minor meteor fields of off key hats and luscious textures. From this gently utopian opener, "Oberon" finds Scott in more floor orientated mood, fizzing analogue textures swarming around the gloopy beat, whilst the expanses are filled with similarly futuristic strains of melody and texture. On the flip, the title track locks into a tighter, more introverted groove with simplistic rhythms allowing the gradual rise of hypnotic textural patterns the chance to hypnotise. Proceedings are turned inside out on the subsequent rechord version from Scott, with a much more strident beat relegating the kaleidoscopic textures to the dubby recesses, before the track explodes into blossoming incandescence midway through.
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Cat: SIS 026. Rel: 11 Apr 16
Deep House
  1. The Detroit Upright (6:21)
  2. Who We Are (6:17)
Review: Patrice Scott's long awaited debut album, Euphonium, was arguably one of the most underrated full-lengths of 2015. Happily, he's kept the quality threshold high for this follow-up EP. "The Detroit Upright" is particularly potent, with effortlessly smooth keys stretching out over rich chords and bumpin' deep house beats. On the flip, Scott doffs a cap to the hazy, jazz-funk influenced styles of 2000 Black, on the impeccable broken beat/deep house fusion cut, "Who We Are". Weighty at the bottom end, and blessed with both starry keys and delay-laden synth lines, it's the kind of track you could imagine Theo Parrish losing his shit to.
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Cat: POEM 005. Rel: 16 Sep 16
Deep House
  1. Odyss Dance (6:43)
  2. People Music (6:52)
  3. People Music (bonus beats) (3:40)
Review: US deep house master Patrice Scott steps out of his own Sistrum Recordings label and lands on the Detroit-laden People Of Earth for a sublime three-track excursion. "Odyss Dance" is a classic Scott joint, a deep and ethereal house experiment that instantly gives off the producer's signature feel of mystique, best described as a 'dubby haze'. "People Music" is a little brighter, a little warmer around the edges, thanks to an uplifting synth riding solo in the upper edges of the mix, and a funky bassline driving the engine beneath. There's also a 'bonus beats' version as a final slice of magic, where Scott adds a layer of tribalistic percussion to an already ritualistic drum pattern. Another Patrice Scott blinder.
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Soulfood (12")
Cat: SIS 029. Rel: 20 Jun 17
Deep House
  1. Soulfood (6:17)
  2. Feels So Good (6:32)
  3. InstantGratification (5:28)
Review: When Patrice Scott offers you a steaming hot slab of Soul Food, you should gleefully accept. After all, there are few producers in Detroit - or elsewhere, for that matter - who can pack quite as much life-affirming flavour into their dancefloor delicacies. This particular EP sees him in deep house mode, combining luscious musical touches - rich chord progressions, bubbling synthesizer melodies and yearning piano flourishes - with nods towards vintage Motor City tech-soul. Choose between the Kaidi Tatham Rhodes stabs, analogue bass and intricately layered drums of "Soulfood", the dreamy, late night fluidity of "Feels So Good", and the gentle summer breeze that is closer "Instant Gratification".
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Cat: SIS 030. Rel: 14 Jun 19
Deep House
  1. Moments & Concepts (7:39)
  2. Be Free (6:17)
  3. A Song For Mia (4:15)
Review: When he last released on his own Sistrum label 18 months ago, Patrice Scott served up some serious deep house "Soul Food". This time round, he's concerned with "Moments & Concepts", opening another fine EP with an expansive title track that adds fluid, heart-aching Larry Heard style piano work to a breezy and beautiful backing track rich in snappy machine drums and undulating jazz bass. Over on the flipside, "Be Free" is a fine chunk of organ-driven classic deep house - all delay-laden soul vocal samples, elongated chords and bumpin' beats - while "A Song For Mia" sees the Detroit veteran wrap chilled out chords and lead lines around a head-nodding hip-hop beat.
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Cat: SHR 03. Rel: 28 Nov 18
Deep House
  1. Movin In (6:48)
  2. Come Inside (6:07)
  3. Are You Conscious? (4:07)
Review: Patrice Scott's third and final solo EP of 2018 is packed to the rafters with high-grade material. Perhaps most notable is A-side "Movin In", a fluid, funk-fuelled affair bristling with jazzy electric piano motifs, swinging, New Jersey garage influenced drums, liquid synth bass and some decidedly Larry Heard style musical flourishes. Over on side B, the long-serving Detroiter layers sumptuous jazz-funk synths and jazzy analogue bass over a sweaty deep house beat on "Come Inside", before showcasing his hip-hop style beat-making skills on the beautiful, deep-as-an-ocean head-nodder "Are You Conscious?". In a word: superb.
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Reborn Goodness (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: SOTC PS01. Rel: 22 Jan 18
Deep House
  1. Reborn Goodness
  2. They’re Up To Something
  3. She’s Jazzy
Review: The highly regarded Sounds Of The City label makes a welcome return after promising 12"s from Brian Harden, Walt J, Kai Alce and Javontte amongst others. This time around they've called upon Detroit house royalty Patrice Scott to lay down some delicate, refined deep house loaded with that all important Motor City soul. "Reborn Goodness" is quintessential Scott, riding a steady cruising groove and laying down honey coated keys, while "They're Up To Something" nudges in a more spacious kind of soulful house music that wouldn't sound out of place in Rick Wade's repertoire. "She's Jazzy" finishes the EP off with a snappy, stomping jam that stands out as one of the best on the 12".
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Cat: NERO 044. Rel: 30 Apr 19
Deep House
  1. Chasing Dreams (6:53)
  2. Remember When? (6:46)
  3. New Day (5:23)
Review: Whether operating within house or techno, Motor City producer Patrice Scott's productions are always shot through with the warmth of machine soul. "Chasing Dreams", the lead cut from the producer's first outing on Italian imprint Neroli, is a perfect example. Dancefloor chops are provided by a rolling drum machine rhythm, while life-affirming positivity comes via Scott's canny use of spacey chord sequences and fluid, Larry Heard style piano motifs. It's a simply sumptuous track. It comes accompanied on side B by the deeper and woozier "Remember When?", where gentle pianos cluster around a bubbly electronic bassline and brilliantly stereo panned percussion, and the lingering synth solos and spacey electronics of hip-hop tempo slow jam "New Day".
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Cat: SIS BHAYNES. Rel: 11 Dec 19
Deep House
  1. Ghost Ego (7:59)
  2. Ghost Ego (Patrice Scott interpretation) (8:52)
  3. Feelingz (3:22)
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Split EP (12")
Cat: YRE 009. Rel: 30 Jul 08
Deep House
  1. Andy Vaz - "Back To Square One"
  2. Patrice Scott - "Azteck"
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Deep Wars (12")
Cat: MND 014. Rel: 03 Apr 09
Deep House
  1. Patrice Scott - "Nuonce"
  2. Above Smoke - "Save Us"
  3. Ordell - "Hardfaze" (feat Amado)
  4. Ernie - "Tsunamisadolight"
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  1. Patrice Scott - "Visions Of Mantada"
  2. Johan Fotmeijer - "Back In The Days"
  3. Keith Worthy - "DV 8"
Review: 'Underground Anthems Vol 2': Ultra deep atmospheric deep/tech house 3 tracker from Aesthetic Audio featuring Johan Fotmeijer, Keith Worthy and Sistrum's Patrice Scott.
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Cat: VISIO 031. Rel: 20 Mar 20
Deep House
  1. Patrice Scott - "Rain Dance" (7:03)
  2. Kemetic Just Presents Justone - "Stay My Way" (Kai Alce Ndatl Soul Instrum mix) (4:41)
  3. Hanna - "Heist" (6:37)
  4. Reekee - "Let It Make" (6:38)
Review: Alex Attias' Visions Inc imprint has decided to launch a new multi-artist EP series. Happily, the first "Phase" in the "Evolution" series - they've promised three more this year - delivers a suitably strong start. Patrice Scott sets a high benchmark with opener "Rain Dance", a wonderfully warm fusion of elastic deep house beats, spacey electronic motifs and tactile Rhodes chords, before Kai Alce breaks up the beats a little on his effortlessly soulful, jazz-funk influenced revision of "Stay My Way" by Kemetic Just presents Justone. Hanna's flipside opener "Heist" is suitably deep, starry, groovy and soulful, while Reekee's "Let It Make" is a musically rich affair full of jazz-funk bass, fizzing synths, far-sighted chords and bustling beats that sit somewhere between broken beat and breakbeat house.
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Detroit Visionaries (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: FU 002. Rel: 02 Feb 15
Deep House
  1. Patrice Scott - "Journey To The Unknown"
  2. Keith Worthy - "Cyclops"
  3. Luke Hess - "Tolox"
  4. Kai Alce - "Rockin K-Tel"
Review: REPRESS ALERT: For those turned on by the far-sighted, sci-fi inspired sounds of Detroit deep house and techno, this EP from Michael Zucker's Finale Underground imprint (an offshoot of his Finale Sessions label) should be an essential purchase. With the likes of Patrice Scott, Keith Worthy and Luke Hess involved, you'd expect the quality threshold to be high. It is, of course, resulting in a quartet of killer tracks. Hess' hypnotic techno jam "Tolox" is a definite highlight, though it pales in comparison to the analogue futurism of Keith Worthy's brilliant "Cyclops". Best of all, though, is Scott's "Journey Into The Unknown", which bobs, weaves, bubbles and spits to the rush-inducing deep house sound of undulating synthesizer melodies and classic, Transmat-style Motor City rhythms.
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Cat: SIS 027. Rel: 15 Jul 16
Deep House
  1. Patrice Scott - "Seasons Change" (5:47)
  2. Reggie Dokes - "The Baptism" (5:40)
  3. Eric Cloutier - "Gossamer" (5:25)
  4. Kai Alce - "Jelly" (4:41)
Review: Back in 2014, Patrice Scott gathered together a quartet of tracks from friends in the house and techno community and whacked them out under the Genesis Tracks banner. This belated follow-up repeats the same recipe for success, once again showcasing four cuts from big-hitting artists. Scott steps up first with the swirling, dreamy, intergalactic deep house bliss of "Seasons Change", before boogie revivalist Reggie Dokes joins the dots between analogue deep house and synth-funk on the sublime "The Baptism". Flip for the metronomic, riff-heavy deep house pulse of "Gossamar" by Eric Cloutier, and a killer, up-tempo analogue deep house jam from the hugely talented Kai Alce.
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Styrax Special 6 (clear splattered vinyl 12")
Cat: STYRAX M/N. Rel: 09 Jul 12
Deep House
  1. Sunpeople - "Check Your Buddah" (original)
  2. Lawrence - "Lost Friday"
  3. Patrice Scott - "Do You Feel Me"
  4. Even Tuell - "Pointing Sydney"
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Styrax Special 6 (clear & orange splattered vinyl 12")
Cat: STYRAX M/NSPARKLED. Rel: 02 Mar 15
Deep House
  1. Sunpeople - "Check Your Buddah" (original) (8:25)
  2. Lawrence - "Lost Friday" (5:25)
  3. Patrice Scott - "Do You Feel Me" (6:04)
  4. Even Tuell - "Pointing Sydney" (8:01)
Review: You can always count on Styrax to dig deep for their reissue series, and that doesn't always mean going back into the past too far as this release ably demonstrates. Instead a few finely selected gems that sit well together make up the sixth installment of the Styrax Special series, kicking off with the Soul Capsule-powered delights of "Check Your Buddah" by Sunpeople. Dial main man Lawrence follows up with the haunting lilt of "Lost Friday", while Patrice Scott's heart-melting "Do You Feel Me" from his first EP on Sistrum makes a welcome appearance. Then the string-laden delights of Even Tuell's "Pointing Sydney" round the EP off in fine style.
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Cat: CURLE 016Y. Rel: 19 Nov 08
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Tobias - "Second To None"
  2. Patrice Scott - "Deep Again"
  3. Surgeon - "Floorshow 1.2"
  4. Photek - "T'Raenon" (version)
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