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|1.||Iron Curtis & Leaves Pres. SMPL - "Girl Next Door" (8:05)|
|2.||Laak - "Longest Time" (6:16)|
|1.||Terrence Pearce - "Stroker" (5:48)|
|2.||Dudley Strangeways - "Talk Back" (6:51)|
The Black Key team return for their third various artist release, compiling tracks from an array of talent. The lead track comes from the SMPL pairing of Iron Curtis & Leaves, who deliver a wonderfully subtle journey through murky pads, shuffling percussion and a sparsely used vocal sample, fitting perfectly into the overall feel of this classy number. Proof once again that these two are at the very top of their game. Sharing the A-side Laak delve into late night territory with haunting layered leads & pads rubbing shoulders seamlessly with understated sub-bass and wonderfully panned hit hats - this really is a thing a beauty. On the flip, Terrence Pearce steps up with a track which changes the mood nicely, increasing the tempo with perfectly worked strings, driving bass and lusciously simple keys, delivering a track of real quality for the floor. Finally, Leftback's own Dudley Strangeways rounds off the EP is his usual style, which cannot be described as anything less than true quality. As ever, Black Key have excelled in delivering a package which ticks all the right boxes - this is a release which will undoubtedly appeal to a diverse range of house music fans who appreciate a rather large nod to the underground. Vinyl Only.
Al Bradley (3am Rec's/Mujina C, Michael Terzian, Replika (Quintessentials), Sames (Godzilla Kebab), DJ Doug Gomez, Martin Haberland, Juno Recommends Deep House, Roman Rauch, Dudley Strangeways, Ney Faustini, Tom Sevinski (Black Key Records), Enclave Records, Terrence Pearce
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