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Boomkat Product Review:
Timely reissue of Herbert’s classic concrète house potterings with Dani Siciliano, still sounding as warm and groovesome as it did on its release back in 1998. A true evergreen
Back in print for first time in 20 years, ‘Around The House’ returns slightly abbreviated and reshuffled but in essence the same, hearty album of deep house with a subtle experimental edge, placing Matthew Herbert’s patented domestic sampling tekkers at the service of richly soulful songwriting and dancefloor readiness.
Herbert’s catalogue may have proliferated in every direction since this album’s release, but it remains a true touchstone in his catalogue and even in the wider sense of UK house music, marking a high water mark of the scene’s creativity and one of those records that has transcended boundaries between the club, living room, bedroom, and headphones.