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TLM091A | 2014-03-10  
Mexico's Signal Deluxe make their long-awaited return to Thoughtless with three deep cuts of signature psychotropic house. A low-slung futuristic bass line paves the way for the cinematic sample palette that drifts through the ever-expanding vista of the title track. Perhaps better known for his work as [a]pendics.shuffle, Los Angeles' Kenneth James Gibson dons his Reverse Commuter guise for a sumptuous deep house rework that conjures the hazy sunset colors of his hometown sky. Making his debut on the label, Berlin's Simon Beeston goes straight for classic house exuberance with his remix and succeeds with bouncing organs and compelling rhythms. Robert Johnzon sees a return to Signal Deluxe's trademark sci-fi/noir deep house aesthetic, with liquid chords spilling into a wealth of textural elements that seem to emanate from just behind the tightly woven beats themselves. Closing the release, Roadkill sees the duo at their most experimental, reverb-drenched bells and twanging synths tracing a constellated melody atop persistent warehouse rhythms. Exotic and otherworldly with a style all their own, there's nothing about these signals that aren't deluxe...

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