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Simply Devotion


  • 1. Simply Intro
    2. Make Your Own Sunshine [Minimal Man Mix] - (remix)
    3. Good God
    4. Spain
    5. No Pressure [DJ Qu Remix] - (remix)
    6. Power Thru Pt. 3 (Don't Turn On The Lights)
    7. Silent State
    8. September [Future Beat Alliance Remix] - (remix)
    9. Energy Fields [Quince's Dubbed Out Reconstruction]
    10. Magnificent Cat Won't Do
    11. Untitled A1
    12. Zones, The
    13. R.I.P.
    14. Wanna Be Up
    15. Washing My Heart
    16. Gabita
    17. Whateva [House Mixx] - (remix)
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  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 105324

  • Credits
    Producer
    Engineer

    Cassy Britton's aptitude for unifying disparate strands of house and techno might seem less novel than it did in 2006, when Ostgut Ton released the DJ/producer's Panorama Bar 01. Indeed, her selections for Simply Devotion, almost exclusively from the 2008/2009 class, could not have been made with the intent of warping anyone's perception of her tastes. As on the Panorama Bar set, there are a couple shouts to the Delsin crew, via the Future Beat Alliance mix of Danny Howells' "September" and Quince's bristling dub mix of Taho's "Energy Fields," along with otherwise under-recognized truffles from the U.S. deep house underground, namely Kai Alc and Azulu Phantom's duly funky, not-quite-tribal "Power Thru, Pt. 3." More notably, there is a load of European producers who bear influences that are almost wholly American: Trus'me and Linkwood put spins on early Moodymann's cyclonic disco-house ("Good God" and the Minnie Riperton-sampling "I'm a Woman," respectively), and then there's Kassem Mosse, with his own version of tracky/tech-y Theo Parrish (the first track off the eighth Workshop release). Unlike Panorama Bar 01, this set sounds like it was mixed digitally, given the drawn-out stretches of beat-matching, and it's a little less stern in disposition. That the set closes with the bright keyboard prickles of Pierre LX's "Gabita" and the house mix of Ralph Falcon's "Whateva," bearing nasally taunts, drives that point home. ~ Andy Kellman

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