Boomkat Product Review:
Another staggering transmission from the Workshop camp, this time featuring a track each from Move D, Even Tuell and the much hyped Sascha Dive. Move D's Untitled number spans the A-side and is another out and out House killer from a producer who seems to have hit the peak of his long and distinguished career over the last twelve months, featuring the elusive "Fragment" for a slow, staggered and absolutely seductive bass-shift session that is worth the price of admission alone. Over on the flipside Even Tuell rolls out a completely sick slowed-down variation that somehow manages to sound like Maurizio, Chicago House and Kassem Mosse rolled into one - and nails it in every respect. Sascha Dive closes the EP with another absolute shocker, a percussive-heavy narcotic House killer that once again slows the tempo right down, shifts the bassline out of sync and makes use of some wonky, shimmering keys to spine-chilling effect. Workshop are slowly constructing a genre all of their own with these twelves, making House music that's in no rush to get giddy, happily slinking along towards the early hours with nothing but depth and a quiet euphoria in mind. KILLER!!!