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Boomkat Product Review:
Vintage Regis bangers resurface from the archive on EPM’s 20th anniversary, finding a killer line between his patented Brummie techno and the Chi/NYC kinks of his late ‘90s Housewerk cuts
In pursuit of his A H Corp. reissues, Regis digs out four cantering grooves biased toward late ‘90s house urges, as inspired by his formative love of proper Chicago warehouse music. They include the gnashing claps and brooding pads of ‘No Love From Above’, which leans to his Brummie techno styles, whereas ‘At The Side of Silence’ commits to a haughtier sort of tracky house minimalism gilded with flickering bleep motifs, and ‘beyond The Reach of Time Pt.2’ teases that groove out into 12 minutes of shine-eyed synth progressions recalling his Reality or Nothing classics with Peter Sutton (Female), and ‘Human Host’ pulls it back into the pocket with swingeing latinate techno-house swagger.