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Please find below the reviews wrote during October 2011.
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Oliver Huntemann - Interview
Myths abound in the north when it comes to techno ground zero, and they refuse to go away. Oliver Huntemann is one of a handful of children of the north who, for what seems like an eternity, add an element of credence to the mythology. He does not, of course, live in a snowy forest or at the edge of the polar oceans. The sun does, on occasion, shine down on Hamburg. Nevertheless, there is a tendenc...y towards hypothermic reduction in the rigourous efficiency of the Huntemann oeuvre. Images of cold storage warehouses, desolate heavy plant sites and blueish flesh are not entirely misplaced....
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Dennis Ferrer and Andre Hommen - No difference
The musical integrity of Dennis Ferrer is unquestionable. With a career that spans over a decade and an immaculate discography that strikes fear in the hearts of his contemporaries, his modus operandi is quality over quantity, motivated by the desire to evolve with each new piece of music he creates. And so we welcome with open arms his long-awaited follow-up to last year’s The Red Room.  The track, titled “No Difference”, sees Ferrer collaborate with André Hommen, an integral part of the Objektivity label and a long time touring companion and has been released last week.
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Kolsch - Opa EP
You thought it was a joke when Kompakt Records released a record named after Cologne's local beer, Kölsch. But you were wrong. Rune Riley Kölsch is not a joke. He's a tall Danish guy and it's quite likely that you've already heard some of his tracks out in a club, don’t you remember one of the best track of 2010 : “Loreley”? Maybe too something from his amazing Ink & Needle series on his own Tattoo imprint or the track he's most known for: “Calabria” featuring Crystal Waters under his nickname Rune. On the 14th November 2011 he will released his new “Opa EP”.
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La nuit SFR Live - Grand Palais 2
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So how did you find the party? Well, if you do not understand what I’m talking about then it means you have missed the Nuit SFR Live Concerts at the Grand Palais on Saturday. Just for you to know, it was the third edition, and took place on Saturday, October the 8th, in Paris. It brought together names like Modeselektor, author of the recent album "Monkeytown" that we will review soon as we received it as promotion, but there were too Cassius and Agoria.
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Kris Wadsworth - It s time
Kris Wadsworth is an integral part of Detroit’s new wave, and with “It’s Time” he wears his city’s heart on his sleeve, delving into the electronic music legacy of his home town and showcasing the range of his own talent. His new EP is composed of 3 fantastic tracks and has been released some days ago under the German imprint Get Physical and more precisely on Beatport.
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Dusty Kid - Beyond that hill
Paolo Alberto aka Dusty Kid loves travelling, as he told us in the interview we had some days ago (read the interview with Dusty Kid), no matter whether it is a trip through his own sensuous spheres of experience (like in his solo debut album “A Raver’s Diary” in 2009), or a real road movie… At the beginning of November, he will release his new solo album under Boxer Recordings, “Beyond That Hill“ that takes the straight bass drum out of the club and plants it on the roadside. Beats are rushing past like power poles, a fresh breeze is blowing in your face, both literally and figuratively.
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Phil Weeks - Interview
The French DJ and producer, Phil Weeks, is a house music purist in its noblest sense. His unique style is evolving in an old-school ambiance coming from Chicago, with a touch of nu-school French flair that goes from the deepest house to the techiest... His productions always sound as if they were produced in the early 90’s, thanks to the instruments he uses: 808, 909 and 606. Phil Weeks is a house music purist, dedicated to delivering his best, even in a world where the house unfortunately is dominated by electro, while leading with an iron hand his own imprint Robsoul Recordings.
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