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NSR 003 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: NSR 003. Rel: 14 May 18
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Chris Geschwindner - "Modern Axis Of Evil"
  2. Chris Geschwindner - "In 2 Infinity"
  3. Henry Hyde - "No Shoes No Entry"
  4. Henry Hyde - "Reverse Me"
Review: The third release on NorthSouth Records establishes the imprint as a vessel for the buoyant sound of minimal 2 step, as Chris Geschwindner and Henry Hyde return following their appearance on the label's inaugural 12". It's a sound and tempo that slots right in with the more established threads of minimal house music out there right now, but there's an undeniable UK kink in the groove that makes these jams stand out. "Modern Axis Of Evil" is a seductive, noirish cut while "In 2 Infinity" balances twitchy rhythmic elements with mournful, lingering keys. Hyde favours a broken beat template on "No Shoes No Entry," and then "Reverse Me" wriggles down into a reduced shuffle as technical as it is meditative.
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NSR 001 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: NSR 001. Rel: 09 May 17
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Chris Geschwindner - "Hell Vetica" (5:49)
  2. Chris Geschwindner - "The Sky Lies Four Five Six" (7:52)
  3. Henry Hyde - "Oddysee" (6:25)
  4. Henry Hyde - "Mr Susan" (7:43)
Review: NorthSouth Records is a new label that brings lesser known names in the house and techno field to the forefront, and they're kicking things off as they mean to go on with the fresh new sounds of Chris Geschwindner and Henry Hyde. Frankfurt-based Geschwinder has already seen the light of day on Second Steps and Five Finger over the past couple of years, while Hyde has popped up on Fear Of Flying, Delooped and others, but here both producers are on their strongest form yet. The former keeps the energy levels up with some peppy, fast-paced house cuts to get dancers cutting the quickest of shapes, before Hyde gets into a broken beat frame of mind that should elicit equally physical responses on the floor.
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NSR 002 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: NSR 002. Rel: 12 Dec 17
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Christian Jay - "Enclave"
  2. Christian Jay - "Faculties"
  3. Bilal - "Command Station"
  4. Bilal - "Ejecta"
Review: NorthSouth hit their second release with a crisp selection of minimalist dancefloor gems from two rising talents. Christian Jay has been previously spotted on Idle Hands, and he delivers another example of his knack for sleek and skippy garage reductions with "Enclave" and "Faculties", matching icy textures with punchy bass honed for maximum dancefloor impact. Bilal meanwhile takes an electro approach on "Command Station" before twitching things up masterfully on "Ejecta" while maintaining the steely finish that binds this split 12" together.
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NSR 004 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: NSR 004. Rel: 05 Nov 18
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Christian Jay - "Reform"
  2. Christian Jay - "Deactivating HAL"
  3. Rob Amboule - "Something For Thomas"
  4. Rob Amboule - "Swedgin On The Corner"
Review: After previously helming the second NorthSouth release alongside Bilal, Berlin-based minimal house maverick Christian Jay returns to the burgeoning label with more of his distinctive grooves that draw as much on bass-heavy garage and dubstep as they do on stripped back 4/4. The tempo is ramped up on "Reform," which features a plethora of wriggling sound design flourishes to accentuate the subtle swing on the track, while "Deactivating HAL" places the same sound palette in a more crafty 2-step framework that ranks among the most distinctive tracks Jay has produced to date. On the flipside. Rob Amboule follows up strong turns on 20:20 Vision, Nixwax and OSMAN with his own deep-diving dancefloor constructions. There's an irresistible insistence to the drums on B1 cut "Something For Thomas," while "Swedgin On The Corner" switches stance for a dreamy yet uptempo trip loaded with misty-eyed pads and other such cosmic delights.

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