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Boomkat Product Review:
Subliminal house by Jacques Bon (of Rau & Bon), collaborating with fellow Parisian Vincent Drux of Cabale Records on their sleekly tempered, atmospheric debut album
‘A Long Way’ is cut from classic Smallville cloth. Velvet clad kicks, slunky acid bass and wistful chords synch and swing in eight subtly harmoniously minimal permutations primed for dancing with eyes half-closed. Call it sleepwalker techno or minimal house, whatever, it’s built for those session that turn from night to day and back again without realising, carrying it’s momentum elegantly from the ambient allure of ‘Distant Voices’ thru the subaquatic lilt of ‘Celeste’ and ‘Mirage’, to beautifully buoyant pads and rolling subs in ‘Space Ways’, with a class turn of square bassed deep house propulsion in ‘Your Wings’, and effortlessly stepping techno house in ‘Sandstorm’.