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Funkycan aka Am Kinem teams up with Max Gee, while Money $ex regulars Imyrmind & Delphonic join Glenn Astro and Lonny Benz for a jam packed Money $ex outing. "Steiermark2017" is by Funkycan 7 & Graef and is a techno track made with a DR-550 and the crumar performer. It weaves and winds with slightly discordant melodies as fizzy, saturated drums pop and spurt. Glenn and Max drop the sub heavy and highly trickski, "No Tricks Dub". Thick walls of bass and intricately programmed tribal rhythms are order of the day as the pair conjure up a track similar to Paul Daly's cult remix of Jose Padilla's "Adios Amigo" - excellent! Delphonic & Astro provide the EPs crowning glory (in my opinion), a gentle propullsive, percussive glider that sounds like it's been ripped off a Sued record and should wins fans across the board with its delicate but engrossing sounds. Finally Imyrmind collaborates with Lonny Benz for the disjointed club attack that is "DID" - a juddering assault of drums embellished with subtle analogue nuances. A belter here from all involved, most recommended. 


Matt says: I'll be honest, Money $ex doesn't always do it for me (then what does?! - ed) but this doozy from the allstars of the label has kept me more than entertained. Interesting sounds, intricate rhythms and experimental arrangements all keeping me hooked. Top one.

Brothermartino & Ivory Boy

Money$Ex7" 03

Latest arrival from the Money $ex miniatures ! It's an Italian away-game this outing, with acclaimed Deep House don Ivory Boy teaming up with flautist Brothermartino for some seriously immersed & mesmeric House steeped in live instrumentation, a'la 22a

200 copies only - no repress

Borrowed CS is Cory Champion from New Zealand and this is his first EP for Max Graef and Glenn Astro's Money $ex. "100,000" miles kicks off with a deep, rumbling, trickski house heater. Fitting nicely alongside the more intricately constructed, mind-melting style of new house music (think the recent Elliot Adamson on Me Me Me or the inspired output of FYI Chris) but with his own, heady, unique twist. Analogue nuances litter the track as BCS toys with LFO swirls and tape delay times in a controlled manner, all the while a throbbing low end hum and mechanical beat push things forward. "Miles" pays similar attention to the low end, more than grasping the basics of dancefloor science with a hip-swaying rhythm permeated with delicate Rhodes as gentle peppered with African percussion. "Bongo" ups the energy levels, taking the EP under the canopy for some late night forest rave action. The heavily percussive vibe's continued as BCS deploys his own idiosyncratic of techno - and boy is it inviting! I think we really need to keep close attention to this producer - his style's fuckin' wild! "Cue-Ball" concludes for me, what is easily the house record of the week (-Matt) with a glowing, introspective burner, decorated with glacial licks and another fine drum palette. NZ's BCS with a primo new take on grooving deep house - fully endorsed by myself and us here at Picc HQ - don't sleep!

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