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LD 7
LD 7 (hand-stamped 7")
Cat: LD 7. Rel: 05 Dec 22
Kolorit (3:42)
Kolorit (3:10)
Kolorit (1:41)
Review: Workshop is one of those labels that has always operated at the fringes of genre. Deep house and techno are the loose starting points in many cases, but artists never fail to veer off into the shadowy nether worlds that surround those basic forms. Kolorit does that here with two intriguing cuts all with the same name. The first has lumpy scattered drums, scraping sounds, ticking hi-hats and freaky noise samples all peppering them. The second has haunting chords sequences over a ticking sound that is coated in hiss and crackle. It's late night and mysterious. The third has clattering percussion and shimmering synths that rise and fall and build in tension and intensity.
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Workshop XXI
Cat: WORKSHOP XXI. Rel: 15 Nov 18
Track 1 (8:58)
Track 2 (6:07)
Track 3 (6:59)
Track 4 (7:49)
Track 5 (6:26)
Track 6 (7:23)
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Old Economy
Cat: WORKSHOP XXIII. Rel: 24 May 22
Track 1 (2:46)
Track 2 (3:36)
Track 3 (5:04)
Track 4 (3:00)
Track 5 (4:34)
Track 6 (9:35)
Track 7 (3:52)
Track 8 (2:12)
Track 9 (4:36)
Track 10 (5:22)
Track 11 (4:08)
Track 12 (9:07)
Track 13 (2:34)
Track 14 (3:53)
Track 15 (5:53)
Review: Nobody quite does understated and minimal electronic music quite like Jes Kuhn. The veteran German producer returns to his beloved Workshop label for his seventh full-length release titled Old Economy, said to be tribute to the end of the economy as we know it. Across 15 tracks, Kuhn presents an extensive collection of moods and grooves, taking in everything from oddball house and more experimental, cinematic sounds - all in the Thuringia-based artist's inimitable style. Highly recommended.
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Cat: WORKSHOP 32. Rel: 20 Feb 23
Track 1 (6:35)
Track 2 (6:51)
Track 3 (3:08)
Track 4 (6:10)
Track 5 (8:57)
Track 6 (9:03)
Track 7 (4:45)
Track 8 (6:10)
Track 9 (6:04)
Provide Those Ends (2:05)
Review: WORKSHOP 32 has been a long time coming - not least as this is Kassem Mosse's first solo outing on Workshop since 2014. And what a way to return, presenting a full-length album that reflects the evolution of the artist while not denying any of the ideas and sounds and styles that first made us fall in love with him all those moons ago. A broad and varied celebration of off-centre electronic music that has as much right to be on the dancefloor as it does on a movie soundtrack. So what does that sound like? Well, in the case of 'Track 2', it's a skeletal toybox tech workout, while 'Track 6' takes us into deep and surrealist house music. Elsewhere, ''Track 7' explodes into a carnival of percussion and bleep, 'Track 4' offers lunging curveball fours, bassline seeming to bore holes in the very ground you're stomping on. Always pared back, but never truly minimal, it's one of 2023's earliest classics.
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Scribbled: Lowtec Extendend Mixes Spec 04.1
Cat: WORKSHOPSPECIAL 041. Rel: 17 Apr 24
Deep House
Track 1 (9:10)
Track 2 (6:20)
Track 3 (4:57)
Review: Workshop has put together a series of new and extended remixes of a deep house classic from 2003. Lowtec was behind the original which came on Out To Lunch and these new versions are DJ friendly and extended and will have you in a day dream in no time. The chords are perfectly liquid, the drums frayed around the edges, warm and analogue, the vocal hooks are slight but pack a seriously soulful punch. These are sure to become classic all over again thanks to this 12".
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Scribbled: Lowtec Extendend Mixes Spec 04.2
Cat: WORKSHOPSPECIAL 042. Rel: 17 Apr 24
Deep House
Track 1 (9:19)
Track 2 (7:32)
Track 3 (6:13)
Review: This month, Workshop is presenting a trio of re-mastered and extended versions of 'Scribbled,' a cult deep house gem from over 20 years ago. Originally released on Out To Lunch, this track embodies the essence of timeless deep house, featuring lo-fi drums, ambient pads, a charming vocal hook, and intricate percussion. The DJ-friendly remixes offer a dreamy journey through liquid chords, warm analogue drums, and soulful vocals. Produced by Lowtec in 2003, these revamped versions ensure a nostalgic yet fresh experience, destined to become classics once again.
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Scribbled: Lowtec Extendend Mixes Spec 04.3
Cat: WORKSHOPSPECIAL 043. Rel: 17 Apr 24
Deep House
Track 1 (9:09)
Track 2 (7:47)
Track 3 (5:24)
Review: For their next outing, Workshop has served up some DJ friendly, re-mastered and extended versions of 'Scribbled,' which is a cult deep house delight that first came more than 20 years ago back on Out To Lunch. It has everything a timeless deep hose track should - lo-fi and blissed out drums, melancholic ambient pads, a cute little vocal hook and delicate spieling of percussion to keep things from getting too horizontal. All three versions are superb.
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WORKSHOP 28 (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: WORKSHOP 28. Rel: 03 Sep 20
Deep House
Yone-Ko - "Strip Down To E" (9:54)
Kiki Kudo - "Grand Street Piano" (5:27)
Iku Sakan - "Cerebral Repertoire" (7:59)
Ypy - "Zero" (7:33)
Review: German label Workshop is surpassing itself with two excellent new EPs in the same month. As well as a solo effort from DJ Slyngshot, here they offer up a four track VA packed with gold. It kicks off with the lush and ambient-laced deep house of "Strip Down to E" before taking off with the wonky chord hits, off balance drums and withering sci-fi effects of "Grand Street Piano", which is rave re-imagined. Things get as deep as you'd expect of a track called "Cerebral Repertoire" with its crystal clear and reflective pads, then "Zero" catches you off guard with its skittish rhythms and unusual arrangement. As always here, Workshop have cooked up some truly beguiling brilliance.
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