Wednesday, December 13, 2006

Hidden in The Light

Deep techno-soul sounds of Detroit re-infiltrated dance floors this and last year and it's influence on different genre's has certainly been profoundly felt. On this Panoptikum remix of The Invisible Session's epic Spiritual Jazz number 'Till The End' , the blend heightens the underlying sense of impending Apocalypse and kicks in that extra groove needed for dancers. The track is so much more dense than an Ame track say, because it retains much of the organic richness of the Jazz original, plus the vocal by Jeni B just adds to the multi layered depth and atmosphere of the whole thing. There's a moment near the end of the track when things seem to go off into a near frenzy inducing crescendo, it's the sort of thing u want to hear on a very loud system, with an up for quality kind of crowd flickering in the strobes about u, I know i do. Actually the more I listen to this the more I love it. The very modern Italian label Schema (co owned by Nicola Conte) is responsible for this release, they put out top class music all the time and are worth checking out be it in one of their many great compilations, albums or 12" releases.

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