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Boomkat Product Review:
Heidelberg in the house! Longtime pals and sons of the south German city Move D & D-Man put a modular rig thru its paces in tight and tangy minimalist groovers for the deep and fruity crew
Both worthy of statues in their city for services to dance music, Dirk Mantei aka D-Man brings decades of work via his famed studio in his parents bakery, and parties in Mannheim, to Dave Moufang’s decades and reams of deep dance music designed for a warmly satisfying session on the tiles.
Hypnotic and sexy stuff, swanging from the spherically smudged organ motif and clipped tort of ‘Hokusai’ to the wiggly, tweaked-out percolator ‘Colon.ize’ and sexy early ‘90s NYC propulsion of ‘Wired to The Mothership’, to strutting dub house lilt of ‘All You Can Sweep’, with a jazzy noir twist in the tail of ‘Doomscrolling’ and the type of beauty that reminds us of nipple tweaking to a Tama Sumo set circa 2007 in ‘Luvbyrds’.