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Boomkat Product Review:
llum Sphere makes moves with a Fabric selection repping for his quarterly Hoya:Hoya events at the London club. Ticking off stacks of vintage box-ticklers beside their modern analogs, these 24 tracks perhaps better represent Ryan Hunn's more recent and personal tastes, rather than the wonky hip hop and colourful electronica that his Manchester-based Hoya:Hoya club night is putatively known for. Starting up with the cold, Kölnisch ambience of E.M.A.K.'s 'Sein Und Schein', he leads a calculated tour between industrial, post punk, acid and dub touchstones, sparking runs of aces like the foundational dub of Soul Syndicate's 'Now You're Gone' into Tapes' 'Dungeness' and Powell's 'Fizz', for example, or joining the dots between original new wave and new new wave with the run of Musumueci into Streetwalker and then Grauzone's 'Film2' played at 33rpm, Kutmah style. Another clear point of reference for the mix is musical chameleon, Tadd Mullinx aka James T. Cotton, who appears no less than four times in quick succession as Osborne, Charles Manier, James T. Cotton and 2AM/FM in the session's industro-house patch, before the emo denouement of Vazz and Nine Circles swoons to close. Thanks to its measuredly retro, future-proof selection we reckon this mix will be doing the rounds for some time to come.