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Boomkat Product Review:
**Charming, frothy electronic grooves with hints of Jan Jelinek-style exotica** "Dennis Busch is an artist who is well-known to all Pingipung fans for his "James Din A4" contributions. He has delivered an enormous output of odd, melodic techno tracks in the last decade – mostly on his own now unfortunately vanished "Esel" imprint (this means "donkey")… Today he presents a fresh sound, each track bouncing and swaying in a different shade of good humor. We think it's his best album yet, in terms both of composition and sound. Deep chords from Detroit meet skweeeish melodies, a brassy bass says "wob", and hip-hop hi-hats hold those guitars and vinyl samples together. The entire album has been mixed down in real-time sessions on his MPC - this famous sampler is actually the only device with which Dennis Busch produces his tracks. Maybe it is the technological simplicity and his ease to ignore the temptations of endless digital sonic possibilities which shape the peculiar charms of this whole album. If deep-house were a discipline at the Paralympics, "New Yor" or "Happy Stranger" would definitely qualify. The title track "Total Youth" sounds like brewing the world's finest mocha coffee for Jan Jelinek (footnote: Jan Jelinek and Dennis Busch are musical mates, and Jan even considers to create a collage album from Dennis' sounds on his own "faitiche" label in the near future - what a good idea!). "Love Is Evol" is an old man crooning his wisdom quietly in our ears. The raise-your- fist-up-high-contest goes to the last track's cowbell, "Keiner Vice mehr"."