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Cat: RTR 0076. Rel: 17 Nov 10
Deep House
  1. Cover Me
  2. Stumbled Across
  3. Creeps
  4. All My Friends
Review: Iron Curtis' debut for the Retreat imprint overseen by Yanneck Salvo aka Quarion and Session Victim's Hauke Freer certainly doesn't disappoint, delivering a resolutely fine deep house moment across the A Side in "Cover Me". Swathes of Chicago loving pads punctuate the first half of a track driven by liquid drips of bass and hi-hats pimped with crispness. It's the glorious drop into silence that prefaces the arrival of highly pitched vocal, thumping 808 kicks and crazed key stabs that act as the most pleasant slap in the face you'll receive in 2010. Straying far from the deep house template, the title track "Stumbled Across" is delightfully schizophrenic attempt at beatdown, driven by a deliberately off key array of snares, hi-hats and claps. An equally stuttering approach to laying down synths and keys has a dizzyingly brilliant effect. Flipping the script further, the all too brief "Creeps" displays a talent for head nodding MPC choppage to a backdrop of ethereal chord patterns.
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  1. Jamie Lloyd - "Spiro Hustle"
  2. Session Victim - "Much Too Strong"
  3. Johannes Albert - "Co Co Jam Boo"
  4. Reverend G - "Pam's Cleavage"
  5. Kim Brown - "I Am Batman"
  6. Quarion - "Coordinates"
  7. Mr Beatnick - "Hold On To Your Dreams"
  8. Iron Curtis - "Love Commitment"
  9. Robert Oh - "Blush"
Review: Session Victim's Retreat label delivers a heavyweight fifth instalment of the Treats various artist series, opened by the stutter-whistling and good vibes of Jamie Lloyd's "Spiro Hustle". Session Victim's contribution is "Much Too Strong" as it's dope, deep and jammin'. Johannes Albert's provides the calypso funk as does Mr Beatnick, only in a more of an electronic fashion, plus a bit of acid. Quarion brings his signature bleepy arpeggios to Retreat which follows on from Kim Brown's starry "I Am Batman". Iron Curtis, as we knew he would, provides a fuzzy, upbeat "Love Commitment" while Robert Oh ends on a hip hop, downtempo vibe with "Blush". One of this years best various artists releases so far!
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Cat: RTR 016. Rel: 19 Aug 15
Deep House
  1. Lost Coordinates (2:05)
  2. A Thousand Questions (6:30)
  3. Burnin' (5:51)
  4. You Were The Only (5:04)
Review: Yanneck "Quarion" Salvo has been relatively quiet of late, with his last 12" dropping midway through 2014. This, then, is a welcome return. The four cuts gently pull in subtly different directions, with the blissfully spacey synth melodies and long builds of "Lost Coordinates" being followed by the bass-heavy, deep house basement funk of "A Thousand Questions". Flip for the relentless organ stabs, shaker-heavy grooves, twisted synth lines and bumpin' bassline of "Burnin", and the fantastically broken P-funk workout that is "You Were The Only". If you enjoyed 2000 Black's "Make It Hard" on Rush Hour, you'll love "You Were The Only".
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Cat: RTR 001. Rel: 17 Apr 09
Deep House
  1. Quarion - "A Night At The Zukunft"
  2. Quarion - "Zukunft Beats"
  3. Session Victim - "Contribute"
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Cat: RTR 0106. Rel: 06 Oct 11
Deep House
  1. Woodland
  2. Kalkskar
  3. The Hissing
  4. Malachai
Review: Making his first solo outing on Germany's Retreat, one half of Session Victim Matthias Reiling contributes the imprint's latest release. "Escape The Room" turns its back on the deepish disco-tinged house that Retreat usually purvey, opting instead for a fusion of hip-hop, house and UK bass. "Woodland" and "Kalkscar" set two equally cinematic tones with faint, crackling samples woven amongst mellow guitar riffs and delicate drum taps. Mysterious and downtempo pieces, both are somewhat reminiscent of Bonobo or Quantic. On the flip, "The Hissing" heaves with tension as loose and lazy drum patterns rise and fall against an eerie spoken vocal and menacing off key strings. Lastly, "Malachi" pounds with dark off kilter drums and creeping field recordings to finalize a dramatic, story telling EP that shows an entirely different side of Reiling and his musical capabilities.
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Cat: RTR 0026. Rel: 10 Jun 09
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Memory Lane
  2. Calypso Strut
  3. Blaune
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Cat: RTR 014. Rel: 12 Dec 13
Deep House
  1. Pass The Diesel
  2. Hyuwee (instrumental)
  3. Tearwiper
Review: Back on the label that gives rise to their strongest material, Session Victim display their ever-maturing grasp of sampleadelic house music over three tracks that will give fans plenty to get excited about. "Pass The Diesel" is all smoky Rhodes chords and shuffling percussion in a truly laconic frame of mind, with blissful fretless bass intervals for extra moments of dreamy reverie. "Hyuwee" is a more emotional offering that focuses on looping piano while the low end calls out the heart-string-tugging harmonies. "Tearwiper" has a less direct approach that lets the musicality of the track hang suspended in the air while the beat plays a more understated role, creating a more contemplative end result.
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Cat: RTR 017. Rel: 23 Sep 15
Deep House
  1. Summer Games (7:38)
  2. Black Cream (6:21)
  3. Finderlohn (4:06)
Review: Having finished releasing 12" samplers for their superb sophomore set See You When You Get There, Session Victim return to the Retreat label they co-run with a trio of brand new tracks. There's a brilliantly dense and humid feel to the undulating bass, cowbell-heavy beats and jaunty melodies of opener "Summer Games", which is as sticky, sweaty and life-affirming as the title suggests. Turn over for "Black Cream", a typically jazzy and percussion-heavy slice of blissful deep house that makes great use of an extended, chord-heavy breakdown. Finally, the German duo explores the downtempo side of their trademark sound with "Finderlohn", whose lazy flamenco guitars, chopped-up beats and thickset chords suggests an attempt to capture a Balearic mood.
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Cat: RTR 018. Rel: 14 Apr 16
Deep House
  1. Session Victim - "Good Intentions" (Nebraska Soho Samba mix) (7:24)
  2. Iron Curtis & Leaves - "A & F" (Session Victim 612 remix) (5:40)
  3. Session Victim - "Black Cream" (Quarions White Smoke remix) (6:21)
Review: After a few years of quiet, Ali 'Nebraska' Gibb seems to have refound his creative mojo and is popping up everywhere at the moment. Here he leads the way with a superb, playful refix of Session Victim on the latest Retreat 12", with his self-styled Soho Samba refix of the German duo's "Good Intentions" living up to its title and showing off Gibb's proficiency on the MPC. Session Victim then open the B-side with a remix of Iron Curtis & Leaves before the 12" closes on a Quarion rework of their cut "Black Cream." Both these are fine deep house numbers straight out of the Retreat text book but this 12" is all about that Nebraska remix!!
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