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Oh here we go, here's the goths. No I don't mean the floury stetson and petunia oil brigade, I mean the ethereal Eurowitches and their sinister take on electro. I like it but the imagery always makes me chuckle. This one's of particular interest as it contains no less than two distinct Legowelt remixes on a blood red 12” platter. Legowelt is a bloody genius really, working within the c ...

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Ghosthaus / Rainy Day Juno Jam by XOSAR
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8/10 Brian Staff review, 02 February 2012

Oh here we go, here's the goths. No I don't mean the floury stetson and petunia oil brigade, I mean the ethereal Eurowitches and their sinister take on electro. I like it but the imagery always makes me chuckle. This one's of particular interest as it contains no less than two distinct Legowelt remixes on a blood red 12” platter. Legowelt is a bloody genius really, working within the confines of a sound that stretches from disco-noir to stomping stately electro, his refix of the eerie 'Ghosthaus' here has some of the most beautiful spectral wisps and flows of classical synthery languishing on top of a thrilling ever-evolving techno pulse. Danny's version of 'Rainy Day Juno Jam' is totally wicked as well, a really emotional and melancholic odyssey infused with ghostly murmurs and lonely cries of heartbroken Juno synth over a mesmerising European 4/4 march. Really, I don't mean to be ignorant of the source material here but it's all about the Wolfersman for me...


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