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The only sensible way to celebrate a decade of putting out records is to… put out records! That’s what Dekmantel are doing: in fact, they are doing a series of ten EPs this year! This is the third edition, featuring super-sweet tracks by Levon Vincent, Central, Legowelt and Joey Anderson. 12” with colour-printed inner sleeve and glossy-printed outer sleeve.

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  • DKMNTL-10YEARS03 / 180g vinyl 12" on Dekmantel. Comes in an unique full-colour printed inner-sleeve, housed in a glossy outer-sleeve with logo punch out

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Dekmantel 10 Years 03 by Levon Vincent / Joey Anderson / Legowelt / Central
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8/10 Ant Staff review, 24 May 2017

The third instalment in the Dekmantel 10 year celebration series of 12”s is a peach. Levon Vincent, Joey Anderson, Legowelt and Central are all on a similar tip, as all four cuts are pretty melancholy. Levon Vincent’s ‘UK Spring Vibes’ will have dancers glassy eyed with its somber, blue piano. The ever great Legowelt serves up a stomping dollop of his signature cyberdelic techno/house with ‘Blue Austral Techno’ that’s something akin to leaving the sorrow of planet earth behind and flying into the stars - an optimistic  journey to a better place. Super awesome New Jersey producer Joey Anderson’s ‘Opened Gate’ is my personal standout cut from the EP. As always it’s a track filled with pure soul and emotion that brings shivers and goosebumps and will for sure stand out as a highlight in any DJ set. The floating keys sounding like they’re being sent down from the heavens and the handclaps giving a tougher jacking edge to a really lush mystical, celestial tune. If you've not checked out Joey Anderson before then go and score some of his records because he fucking rules. Central’s offering ‘Six Five Two’ closes the EP in fine, introspective, understated, groovin’ deep house style. Cool EP.


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