Boomkat Product Review:
Hashman Deejay, House of Doors and Neo Image treble down on the delectably deep house styles of Music For Beings under the very apt moniker, Kinetic Electronic. For Mood Hut, naturally.
Like we say, there’s definitely something in the name for this one. It may be basic, even a little cliché, but Kinetic Electronix perfectly sums up the animated nature of these productions, from the live, jazzy looseness of the players to the way in which their discrete layers hold their ground yet subtly intermingle in the hazy dub depth of field between those dimensions.
The first disc beautifully opens out with the nimbly pendulous deep house flux of Roamin’, which takes ten minutes to do its thing, but could happily go on for twice as long, before turning out the rawer burn of Dewdroppinn II and the more piquant tang of New Jack Bubble, which both sound like they came from some Move D session between Kunststoff and the first Conjoint album.
Second plate keeps the levels high with a phasing tease named Spring Step, prescribing ten minutes of super louche bass and heavy-lidded string swoon for the morning-after cats, then taking it right back to root with the rugged drums-only hustle of Low Moves, and deftly testing your agility with the 3-step ace, Spirals.