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Boomkat Product Review:
Panorama Bar’s Steffi gives up the best Fabric mix CD since their Mumdance instalment with an expertly tempered selection of deep Detroit/Dutch/UK/Berlin electro showing everyone else how it’s done.
Deep, rugged and galvanised with a shark-eyed techno spirit Fabric 94: Steffi draws from a close pool of producers, including some big highlights in her collaborations with Shed and Martyn, to basically sidestep all the bullshit and get down to classically-skooled futurist fundamentals.
Where say, Helena Hauff for example goes for dark and severely stripped down strains of electro, Steffi’s picks are more full bodied and funked up with a finely ingrained Detroit funk, of the sort which has informed Dutch dance music since the ‘80s and continues to bubble up in new ways here, especially with the sublime depth and complex breakbeat intricacies of 1.5 in her STFSHD collab with Shed, the martian hi-tech funk of No Life On The Surface as Doms & Deykers, or the Mr. De-meetsCybotron flexer, Off The Beat with Virginia, but also on the devilish picks of World Gets Crazy from UAS, and Afik Naim’s crunchy electro-soul-warper, Saturniidae.