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Eerie Nightmare on Elm Street themed Chicago house from the golden age of raw and jackin’ drum machines. Protege of Chicago legend Ron Hardy, Gene Hunt blends a love of disco and reel to reel editing, complete mastery of the Roland 909 and an ear for unforgettable synth lines. The vinyl 12” comes complete with Freddy Krueger on the cover and on the B-side another glorious unreleased song from the same period.


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8/10 Brian Staff review, 05 January 2015

Eerie Nightmare on Elm Street themed Chicago house comes from the golden age of raw and jackin’ drum machines. Protege of Chicago legend Ron Hardy, Gene Hunt blends a love of disco and reel to reel editing, complete mastery of the Roland 909 and an ear for unforgettable synth lines. The vinyl 12” comes complete with Freddy Krueger on the cover and on the B-side another glorious unreleased song from the same period.

Someone else in the office wrote that bit above. Good aren't we? It was quite adequate as it was. But some crazy derd niffer put it in my auld clubber's review box as I have been known to stumble around at dingy raves on occasion in a state of disgrace not befitting my vintage years, usually after imbibing dubious powders bought clandestine-like from nefarious characters stood in the shadows. This tragic state of affairs no longer really happens sadly.

Gene Hunt is a very long standing doyen of quality experimental acid house and his back catalogue would proper do your back in were you to lug it in a vinyl case around DJ spots. But quite who would want to listen to decades worth of Gene Hunt in one sitting I don't know. This one's great, has a nice raw eerie funk finish and some nice astral rhythmic shit going on. I'd dance to it for sho' -- i's tons better than his last for Delboy Jedward's label and isn't as shit scary as I expected.


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