Boomkat Product Review:
In an increasingly packed dancefloor marketplace, it seems miraculous that micro-labels like Sportclub can reproduce with almost alarming rapidity, and their survival, proliferation even, proceeds with the weight of inevitability. So i'm mighty encouraged, after Axel Bartsch's excellent surprise stealth hit on Kompakt a fortnight or so ago crept up on us all, to discover the quality levels are right up there on this latest twelve. Bratsch's offering is one of those orbiting subtle movers for seeing in the sun discretely. Zeiger though really kills us with one of those foured up, square bass warehouse pillagers we're holding so dear this year. Until Claro intelecto's next mindblowing instalments in his Warehouse sessions series for house favourites Modern Love, this could keep you going just nicely.