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Boomkat Product Review:
Hamburg sophisticates - Dial Records - round up their suited and booted posse for a yearly snapshot. The family is extended to include fellow house contemporaries Isolée and Kassian Troyer alongside central members Lawrence, Pantha Du Prince, Pigon, Carsten Jost and Efdemin among others. Phantom Ghost open with the twilight keys of 'My Secret Europe', a wonderfully theatrical paean to the pleasures of the high life, before the 4/4s start. John Roberts applies neo-classicist refinements on 'Lines', while Efdemin shapes a sumputous piece of deep house tribalism and Kassian Troyer grooves with viscous layers of chewy subbass. A rare appearance from Isolée is an obvious highlight, offering the tinted house trip of 'Black Lodge', Pigon's 'Koto' aches for the deep of the night and Pantha Du Prince stays connected to the Dial dynasty with the subtly unfolding tale of 'Fountain Drive'.