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|1.||NWS - "Time's Irrelevant"|
|2.||Lazare Hoche - "Access"|
|3.||Luke Solomon presents Jean Caffeine - "Jean Aftertought"|
|4.||Point G - "La Lampe du Vizir Adjané"|
|5.||Modal - "Lovers" (Roy Davis & Dj Skull remix)|
|6.||Skymaster - "Final Link"|
|7.||Lazare Hoche & Malin Génie - "Formes"|
|8.||Nimbus Quartet - "Your House Is Yours"|
|9.||Lazare Hoche & Malin Génie - "Session 2"|
|10.||Unit T - "Mystery Tones"|
|11.||Mandar - "Fouad"|
Lazare Hoche doesn't release that much music, but what he does put out is invariably excellent. Following a smattering of singles and an acclaimed collaborative album alongside Malin Genie - 2013's I Don't Sync So Volume II - he's decided to put together a compilation featuring his own productions and those by music industry mates. Access, then, is a lesson in warm and luscious deep house, with significant contributions coming from Luke Solomon (donning the Jean Caffeine guise on the dreamy and rolling "Jean Afterthought"), DJ Gregory's Point G project (the ultra-deep pulse of "La Lampe Du Vizir Adjane"), and pals Skymaster and Mandal. Hoche's own contributions rank amongst the compilation's highlights, with the title track delivering a pitch-perfect lesson in the seductive powers of dreamy, dust-encrusted deep house.
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