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My Summerhouse 1

Various Artists

Push Communications
PUSH043 | 2015-08-14  
Original Mix (7:13)
Long, balmy nights. Lingering sunsets. Beach parties that turn from day into night into day. The masterdiggers at Push's Hamburg HQ have distilled the essence of summer into an indispensable selection. From dancefloor jams to low-slung sensual grooves, this is the only holiday comp you'll need - with two exclusives
in the form of Goldwill's psychedelic, disco-inflected 'Nachtzug' and the echoing rave riffs and diva vocals of Alex Blaxx's 'Heartburn'.
Straight from the off, highlights abound, from the booming slow-mo funk of Roberto Rodriguez's 'Has Been' to the deep explorations of Safeword's 'No Mountain'. In between, a host of veteran producers contribute choice cuts from their catalogues. Berlin lynchpin Phonique brings 'The Passion' with its bubbling bass, lush pads and gritty piano riff and the glimmering saudade of 'Our Time Our Chance'; Vincenzo dishes up two different versions of 'We Wait, Right Here'
- Charles Webster's deep, surround-sound mix and JT Donaldson's fluttering funk, vocals to the fore - before teaming up with Steve Bug for the disco repetitions of 1999's 'Walking On Rhythm'.
Meanwhile, up-and-coming and lesser known names
more than hold their own. London collective Muddyloop deliver the sinuous 'Love Me' with its cooing vocals; New Zealand/German duo Snacks bring delicious live bass and spacey strings; British tech-house duo Jamie Anderson & Owain K enter the rolling deep with 'Do You Know'.
Hopping over the pond, NYC digger Kon explores
Moodymann vibes with the blue-tinged brass fills and piano hook of 'Love Youx' and Brazilian legend Fabrício Peçanha harnesses early Inner City for a massive club joint with soaring vocals and big keys, while every corner of Europe represents, from Jussi-Pekka's Finnish dream-house to Petros Manganaris's Chicago jam 'It Is What It Is'. With the ethereal haze of
Lagenberg's 'Sun & Sorrow', the mystery of 'Sister Supreme', the percussive jam that is Bodymovin's ‚Good Time' and the rambunctious disco of Matthias Tanzmann and Daniel Scholz's Gamat 3000 collaboration, the bar remains high from beginning to end.

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