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Boomkat Product Review:
Debonaire debut album of '80s disco-infused House from pivotal Running Back, Arto Mwambe and Tuff City Kids' dude, Phillip Lauer. Slipping comfortably alongside the label's long-player from Tiger & Woods, and comparable with Massimilano Pagliara's 'Focus For Infinity' on the closely-affiliated Live At Robert Johnson label, Lauer's 'Phillips' cycles through twelve crisply functional dancefloor workouts paced with a mature flow and borne from a sincere taste for the romance of mid-'80s wave music, Italo/Electro and early Chicago styles. If we're pushed to pick a few favourites we'd have to say the funked-up Industrial Electro swing of 'Shledor' just got our shoulders going; the tucked-in Yacht-gazer titled 'Frontex Slowfox' is a peach; 'Miamiscene''s fresh Freestyle vibes are worth your time; and the melodic synthwork of 'TV' and 'Crawlington' are beautifully well measured to the original schematics. Old Haç heads, Fat Ronny fans, Balearic casualties: fill your boots.