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TLM092 | 2014-04-14  
Arthur Oskan should require little introduction for fans of Thoughtless. Following recent successful releases for My Favorite Robot, we're very excited to unleash his latest analog-fueled workout. Back In Black has been a killer staple of Arthur's acclaimed live sets, reliably destroying dance floors at every opportunity over the past year. Wasting no time launching into the track's lush bass hook, Arthur seals the deal with classic yet slick percussion and the type of effective arrangement that defines his production style. Berlin's Deepchild roughs things up with his Sherman Dub, underscoring the main synth line with booming warehouse kicks and noisy drums, embellished with muted vocal stabs and wide-spectrum pads for maximum impact. Meanwhile, 777 is a new project from Arthur Oskan and Dinamo Azari; old friends from the '90s Toronto underground, they join forces for a sleek remix that re-purposes Back In Black for the late-night hours without sacrificing an ounce of the original's considerable girth. Finally, Heliopause is a return to Arthur's expansive melodic sound, windswept techno tailor-made for large sound systems. With this latest effort, Oskan is back alright, and stronger than ever...

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