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Boomkat Product Review:
One of Detroit's lesser-known techno heroes, Jay Denham first surfaced on Transmat and has maintained a productive profile right through the '90s and '00s. It's been some three years since Denham's last release under his own name, and that was a DJ mix rather than a set of new productions. On 'The Truth' Denham draws influence from house and disco, laying on thick synth strings and - typical of house music - meaningless yet well-intentioned hippyish vocals on the title track. 'Come On' keeps the pace up, injecting a healthy does of funk from some sampled guitar and jangling percussion, a feel that's sustained up until the spacey, quasi-ambient house of 'The Long Way'. It's not long before the tempo is sent way back into the stratosphere with the maxed-out dancefloor tactics of 'Heaven Only Knows', a sound Denham seems most suited to.