Boomkat Product Review:
My word, this twelve is just utterly, insanely good. What is it with Dave Moufang of late, he truly seems to have rediscovered the magic that made him one of the most interesting electronic musicians of the 90's, now reconfiguring his sound to mix elements of Detroit, Chicago, Berlin and Cologne to make tracks that at one moment sound like Moodymann, the next like Mr Fingers, Forgemasters, Carl Craig and back again in one fell swoop. This shocking selection for the fledgling Uzuri label brings together four of Moufang's finest productions, headed by 'quit quittin', a jackin up a heads down groove complemented by an ecstatic female snippet and ever so subtle acid bass. 'Jus house' takes it another 2 notches deeper with deliciously muted chord progressions and buttered bass doing resurrected from the Move D vaults.. 'Sisters and brothers' makes a cheeky bassline nod to jacko's 'billie jean' but leaves out the disco vibes, while 'Crashed jazz' trips out on some unbelievably deep Theo Parrish vibes with a lazy piano led Detroit house movement. Totally wonderful, magical stuff from Moufang once again, don't sleep!