|1.||"Space Flower Girl"|
|2.||"The Only Life I Know"|
Back in 2010, Mark E's then-still fledgling Merc label introduced the world to the talents of Chicago Damn with Hold On, a two track exercise in dancefloor pressure that hinted a real talent had been unearthed. That has most certainly come to fruition with subsequent Chicago Damn material for Wurst, Quintessentials, Wolf Music and the producer's own eponymous label. It's great to see the Merc unison in effect once again some four years on, and any DJs that still pull for Chicago Damn's album of last year will most certainly be interested in the four tracks here. From the plucked disco guitars that sit so well on lead track "Space Flower Girl" it's evident that Chicago Damn is supremely confident with his productions right now, and the delay laden approach is really effective on the ugly edit style saunter through latin disco that is "Beautiful Day".
Cyclonix, Jimpster, Ka§par, Owain Kimber (Owain K), Replika (Quintessentials), Mag Spencer, Jacques Renault, Lello Di Franco, Martin Haberland, POTHOLES (Common Labour), Marcelo Tavares(Deep Space Podcast), Sleazy Beats Recordings, Evan Michael, Alex Alterskye, Kixnare, Terrence Pearce, Leigh D Oliver, Djs: Most Charted - Deep House, Alex Salvador, Voodoo Whiskey, Ketsba (Rough House Rosie), Ptaki
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