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Boomkat Product Review:
Jason Fine follows a five year break from new releases on FXHE and Kontra-Musik with a full spectrum display of Detroit house for the deeply rooted DBA label, following up his earthy remix of Typesun’s Make It Right.
As one of a small handful of people not called Omar-S to release on FXHE, Jason Fine evidently possesses the kind of gritty soul that cuts it in Detroit. The Moonscapes EP shows off that soul in four parts, getting into motor city gear with the hazy, sylvan swang and murmuring synth voices of Amalthea, then cruising the other side of the tracks with Dione - whose strapping acid bass strongly recalls Big Strick’s Armed & Dangerous - before bringing it back to the debonaire with his glassy, skippy Elana, and meditating on sweet new age vibes somewhere between Jamal Moss and Mika Vainio in Larissa.