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V.A. - Blue: Credit 00, Gnista, Agb, Break Sl, Qnete
V.A.
Blue: Credit 00, Gnista, Agb, Break Sl, Qnete
12" | 2019 | EU | Original (Uncanny Valley)
11,99 €*
Release:2019 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
The clouds pile up in the Dresden autumn sky, but Uncanny Valley still sees a little bit of blue on the horizon. And why not looking on the bright side of life for a change? It's appropriate. At least if you have five killer tracks in your bag. Anyway, the collaboration with the Leipzig graphic designer Doppeldenk proved to be very fruitful and has now produced the fourth of seven children. So, after PINK, RED and ORANGE, here is BLUE. May life be good to you. The record opens with the aptly titled, Chicago-inspired MIND TRIP by Credit 00, the Aldous Huxley from your neighborhood. The Leipziger takes you on a journey on your own nerve pathway with occasional stops at the hottest spots in your body. Local buddy Gnista is piling up layer by layer for the UK meets Electro affair that is PLAYTIME WORKTIME. It's an atmospheric monster that needs to be climbed first. But as soon as this is done, a fresh breeze blows around your nose. In BRECHT HAT ER, the mysterious Dresden underground formation AGB spreads wisdom in staccato mode, accompanied by Cold Wave-like music, which could also have been created in the shadows of the Berlin Wall. After a long time of hiatus, there is also a sign of life again from Uncanny Valley's Break SL, who proves with BYE BYE 627 that he still masters the art of producing House music that is as edgy as it is catchy. In similar veines comes IN TRANSIT from Qnete who channels the ghosts in his machines into an emotional and powerful House track.
V.A. - RED: The Golden Filter, Mayan Gold, Charlotte Bendiks, Katrina Fairlee & Sneaker
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RED: The Golden Filter, Mayan Gold, Charlotte Bendiks, Katrina Fairlee & Sneaker
12" | 2019 | EU | Original (Uncanny Valley)
11,99 €*
Release:2019 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
The second record for the celebrations of the 50th Uncanny Valley release is peppered with familiar faces and artists who will release for the first time on the Dresden based label. After Uncanny Valley 50.1 anticipated the coming summer, Uncanny Valley 50.7 creates a slightly menacing heat lightning. The perfect soundtrack for the phenomenon that is commonly known as Aurora Polaris. The American-Australian duo The Golden Filter make their debut on Uncanny Valley. And it's a tailor-made start. THE PULL is centered around minimalistic drum work, dystopian pads and sparse vocal dots that aim for an inward catharsis. A returnee after eight years is mysterious Mayan Gold from Dresden. His KOMM UND ENTSPANNE (means come and relax) rides on acidic waves and embracing synths, which develop an enormous pull effect on the dance floor. Norwegian Charlotte Bendiks' first track on Uncanny Valley continues the sound language she developed on Comeme. PASCO is a Percussion-heavy track that sounds just as compelling as it is disturbingly beautiful. Music to lose your mind to. Finally, Austin-based artist Katrina Fairlee teams up with Uncanny Valley-stable Sneaker for the psychedelic drum lesson that is OAK.
V.A. - Uncanny Valley 50.1
V.A.
Uncanny Valley 50.1
12" | 2019 | EU | Original (Uncanny Valley)
11,99 €*
Release:2019 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
The Dresden label Uncanny Valley celebrates its catalogue number 50 with a compilation series that stretches over several records. That's also a return to the beginnings of the label, which started in 2010 with four compilation records. The first record of the series is already a foretaste of an upcoming summer. With FANTA KORN TANKER Hessen's Golden Boy Lauer stomps through the club, while letting the magic speak through keys. SUMMER INTERLUDE by James Booth is playing out on an entire range of feelings, banging hard and showing off the European producer's Pop music sensibilities as well. On side b we have the two Dresden based producers Sandrow M and Will Dubner with their fun and funky bass line monster DISCO SCHLAMBONI. While Sandrow M is already established on the label with two solo EPs under his belt, it's the first outing from not-so-new-comer Will Dubner. Another new face is Berlin's Jules Etienne who contributes DUDE'S DEN, a first class Disco affair, complete with beguiling vocals and arousing percussions.
Amrint Keen - Transient Loss Of Response
Amrint Keen
Transient Loss Of Response
12" | 2019 | EU | Original (Uncanny Valley)
10,99 €*
Release:2019 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
After his outing at the beginning of 2018, Amrint Keen (an alias of Lake People reserved for his rawer, broken and more experimental productions) is following up on Uncanny Valley with a new EP. And boy, nobody else does dance tracks so unpretentious, but still demanding. Oscillating between house and electro rhythms, the tracks once again show his midas touch of combining subtlety and fun on the dance floor. A track like TRANSIENT LOSS OF RESPONSE explores the corners of urban landscapes and finds melancholy, but also a pumping urgency for the club. MAYBE IT WON'T BE comes with a pretty funny but throughout stable track architecture consisting of many different toy blocks disguised as sounds. DOOZY OF A DAY is indeed a doozy of a track that maybe just fell in love considering the infatuated synths. And also CREPUSCULAR can't hide its romantic qualities after an abrupt start with impetuous drumming. As with the first Amrint Keen record, the artwork comes from Murat Oenen, a painter born in Istanbul and now a graduate at the Dresden Academy of Fine Arts.
Amrint Keen (Lake People) - AK OK
Amrint Keen (Lake People)
AK OK
12" | 2018 | EU | Original (Uncanny Valley)
9,99 €*
Release:2018 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Amrint Keen is the new alias of Lake People, reserved for his dance music productions with a rather Electro feel to it. And he has something to tell... It's a welcome return on Uncanny Valley after the release of "Break The Pattern" last year. "Believe" has so much punch that the glasses in the club run the risk of falling off the bar. However, it still manages to create a feeling of yearning. At "Dancing in the Parking Lot" we welcome Uncle Acid on the dance floor or in front of the petrol station, just to be carried away by warm synth cascades a short time later. Finally, "Natural Homeostasis" creates a symbiosis of stomping bleepy British techno and a great day with your blankie.
Credit 00 - Game Over
Credit 00
Game Over
2LP | 2017 | EU | Original (Uncanny Valley)
23,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Credit 00 delivers his debut album “Game Over”. After four EPs for Uncanny Valley the Leipzig based musician is now ready to let loose his electronic visions on full length. As everybody can confirm who saw him playing live or DJing, the head behind Uncanny Valley’s sub label Rat Life is a slave to the rhythm on a full-time basis. Obsessed with sound, he can’t stop pushing the buttons of his synthesizers and drum machines like someone torturing the controls of an Arcade machine. “Game Over” is an electronic love letter to the romantic fantasy worlds of classic video games and their bleepy and clonky sounds which used to be common also in repetitive electronic dance music.

Collecting tracks from the last six years, “Game Over” is also a passion project that channels all his influences. You can get a glimpse of the ingredients that make up his record collection. Whether it is Hip Hop,Techno, Electro Boogie, New Beat, Italo, Jungle, Reggae, House or Chill Out. Though, all those different sounds and styles do not tear this album apart. It’s a bit of a miracle that it feels so flawless for what happens between the appetizing “Level One” and the final track “The Last March”. Those beats on “Game Over” can be brutally effective like the fatalities in Mortal Kombat while the overlying sounds can be smooth like the lemmings’ animations in the eponymous Amiga game. Just listen to the title track. Or the instant hip shaker “Breakers Revenge” that comes with a little help from friends like Sara Stammburg on vocals and Max Rademann on Rhodes.

Without losing sight on the dance floor Credit 00 creates an electronic wonderland that delights dancers and connoisseurs at the same time. To top things off the wonderful artwork was created by Alexander Dorn a.k.a. Credit 00 himself.

releases March 13, 2017
CVBox - So Ist Es Im Nadelwald
CVBox
So Ist Es Im Nadelwald
2x12" | 2017 | EU | Original (Uncanny Valley)
21,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
If you're familiar with CVbox' music you know that he isn't the guy for your average Techno track. Formalistic song structures aren't his thing. When you'll start to listen to a new CVBox track you'll don't know how it will end. His music derives from his deep love for analogue gear and a pretty unique way to deal with it. On his first album "So ist es im Nadelwald" CVBox rides between the corner points of Techno, Electro and Ambient. The music is infused by an omnipresent darkness that isn't just there as an end in itself but will definitely give the thrills to listener and dancers. Some of the tracks develop a rarely heard urgency on the dance floor with those dub-influenced swirls or ever-present synth tides while simultaneously preserving a rather intimate atmosphere. Sometimes it's just an unfamiliar sound that makes the difference that simply comes out of nowhere. One thing is for certain: CVBox is all about atmosphere. As you can see by the album's artwork and title ("Nadelwald" is German for softwood forest) The album is also inspired by his passion to go into nature. When he is sick of the whirlwind that is his current hometown Leipzig he disappears into Saxony's hinterland for collecting mushrooms or just letting the thoughts flow. The double 12" comes in a beautiful package designed by Jacob Stoy with hand numbered and printed outer sleeve and two printed innersleeves on strong cardboard.
V.A. - Purple: Chino, Johannes Albert, Lake People, Rvds
V.A.
Purple: Chino, Johannes Albert, Lake People, Rvds
12" | 2020 | EU | Original (Uncanny Valley)
11,99 €*
Release:2020 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Preorder 03.04.2020
After Brexit, we thought it would be a brave attempt to snatch the Queen's interpretational sovereignty over the colour purple. So, we have named our new record just like that. Of course, this is only half the truth, as we named all six other UV050 compilation records after colours as well. The purple one, this one right here, is the second to last, completely with the wonderful artwork by Leipzig's Doppeldenk and four tracks to dance your ass off to. Krakow's Chino shows us how to balance perfectly between straightforward urgency and mystic playfulness. His acidic FORBIDDEN VOICES sports just the right amount of chaos to make you go crazy on the dancefloor. Being a spiritual brother for a long time, it's actually the first time Berliner Johannes Albert releases on Uncanny Valley with his VISION UTOPIA, a subtle House bomb, that pushes just the right buttons to trigger your desire to escape into cosmos. Also from Berlin comes Lake People, who does what he does best with ROAMING THE STREETS: A subtle and razor-sharp track that points out that good dance music can sweeten your life everywhere, not only in the club. Finally, RVDS, one of Hamburg's finest, blesses us with MOON OPERATOR, a deep and masterful dive into sonic sceneries that no one has ever listened to before. Except of course for your expert friends, who claim to have heard even the most obscure dreamy Acid track.
V.A. - Green: Iron Curtis, Perm, Cvbox, Dispo 5000
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Green: Iron Curtis, Perm, Cvbox, Dispo 5000
12" | 2020 | EU | Original (Uncanny Valley)
11,99 €*
Release:2020 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
As we love our music multifaceted, we love our artwork colorful. So, after PINK, RED, ORANGE and BLUE, we'll give you GREEN, the fifth out of seven records that we release in celebration of our 50th catalogue number. Again, the captivating artwork is the brainchild of Leipzig's graphic duo Doppeldenk. And don't get misled: there are no greenhorns amongst the artists assembled on this EP. You know that moment when you dance in the club, self-forgotten, the everyday life has no meaning and only those dancers next to you count. Iron Curtis' AGAINST MY WINDOW (DAZED MIX) is a pretty perfect soundtrack for this scene. The dreamy pads are an invitation to stop thinking and just enjoy the moment. At the same time, the elegant House affair has enough drum pressure for long lasting dancing extravaganzas. Leipzig's Perm is coming up with the straightforward and pumping Electro bliss called VLIW, a track that is perfectly balanced in its urgent desire for Metropolis but also heartbreaking moments. On the flipside there's the first signal from Uncanny Valley regular CVBox after almost three years without any transmission. In advance to his forthcoming EP he is back in typical fashion, delivering CAT CUT CLAPS, a mean Dub-Acid-monster that wraps you up with inimitable sci-fi narratives coming straight up from his machinery. Finally, we got the first track from Dispo 5000, the new project from our beloved Jacob Stoy, together with his longtime buddy and creative partner Felix Meyer. Their KLINGENBERG is a great jam that mixes up the tender side of House with a Kraut and Cosmic approach.
Gott - EP
Gott
EP
12" | 2019 | EU | Original (Uncanny Valley)
12,59 €* 13,99 € -10%
Release:2019 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
After 1/2 GOTT comes GOTT. Once again, Sneaker from Dresden/Berlin and Scannoir from Zurich have locked themselves up in the studio to translate their love for EBM and dark synth pop into striking dance floor material. The successor to their debut EP on Uncanny Valley, which introduced open-minded dancers to the self-proclaimed New Swiss Wave last year opens up with TOTAL KOMMANDER, a hard rocking drum workout that makes you want to march ahead of a demonstration after you'll leave the club. EN BLICK UFS MATTERHORN is a tribute to playful Minimal Synth and a declaration of love to the fun that two like-minded people have when producing music. And then we have PASSION, a 15-minute monster of a track, that carries all the qualities of GOTT to the extreme: unique arrangements with a surprising build-up, whipping drum work and an atmosphere that can be both intimidating and soothing.
V.A. - Orange: Jo-Rel, Karima F, Basic Soul Unit, Christopher Rau
V.A.
Orange: Jo-Rel, Karima F, Basic Soul Unit, Christopher Rau
12" | 2019 | EU | Original (Uncanny Valley)
10,19 €* 11,99 € -15%
Release:2019 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
After PINK and RED comes ORANGE. It's the third out of seven records for the celebrations of the 50th Uncanny Valley release. And it's tailor-made for pure dance floor delight. Sweden's Jo-Rel aka Joel Alter spells out house music on HUMAN MATRIX with great effect. You can't resist being dragged along by a track that is well composed down to the last tiny little detail, but always comes across light and easy. Synth stabs for the masses. Uncanny Valley-Newcomer Karima F from Oslo delivers FLACCID HOUSE, a track that feels like the perfect way to make ravers resurrect. The track is based on few, but effectively used ingredients like a hammering broken beat and those odd vocal bits. Thus, it gets to the point without detours. Being a scene-legend himself, Toronto's Basic Soul Unit contributes GROTTO BOUNCE, a raw but precise nod to classic Detroit and Acid tunes. Finally, former Hamburger and now Berliner Christopher Rau is in full play mode and turns on all the equipment in the studio for PARADIJS, a wonky house track that gives you goose bumps even though he may be throwing you out of step.
1/2 Gott (Sneaker) - EP
1/2 Gott (Sneaker)
EP
12" | 2018 | EU | Original (Uncanny Valley)
12,59 €* 13,99 € -10%
Release:2018 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
1/2 GOTT is the new project of Sneaker from Dresden/Berlin and Scannoir from Zurich, who share their love for EBM and Synth Pop not only when DJing but also when producing. In several nights and with the help of a decent group of instruments, they have evoked a series of tracks that can certainly be subsumed as New Swiss wave. The first record is entitled 1/2 GOTT and will be followed by GOTT in the foreseeable future. The result is music that sounds as if the Iron Curtain had never fallen. Although Sneaker likes to step to the microphone, he leaves the vocals to Scannoir, who gives the perfect counterpart for the menacing beats with his deep laments. The tracks are little masterpieces in the matter of repetition with whipping drums and off-beat percussions. However, they cannot disguise their hymn-like gesture. This must be the sound of a sunrise over the industrial area.
Cuthead - Can't You See
Cuthead
Can't You See
LP | 2018 | EU | Original (Uncanny Valley)
13,99 €*
Release:2018 / EU – Original
Genre:Hip Hop, Electronic / Dance
Whether he is Sample Jesus, MPC-Man or just Cuthead from the block, the Dresden based artist is here to help you discovering your body's potentials. With his latest EP "Can't You See" for Uncanny Valley he proves himself once again as a master in producing music that is both punchy and playful. You might not know how it feels to be on the moon but it's safe to say that "Lunar Lander" is an astral experience and a programmatic intro for the EP with heavy bass work and Trap Hi-Hats from space. "Can't You See" and "Sweet" is Cuthead to the core. Warm samples are combined with hard-hitting drum work and bass lines to remember. The results are House inspired dance floor stompers which you won't be able to resist. While "Kimono" and "Too Dark To See Tomorrow" shows off his Hip-Hop roots in typical head-nodding fashion, "Tranquility Base" is another kind of thing. Still based deeply in Hip-Hop, the track establishes a much gloomier feel with its meandering synths. Those of you that long for life-affirming House music will be very pleased with "Mount Platti". And on "Schlagzeug faellt die Treppe runter" various sharp synths und percussions are having a party that is as infectious as it's frisky.
Jacob Korn - Son Of GX
Jacob Korn
Son Of GX
12" | 2017 | EU | Original (Uncanny Valley)
9,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Do yourself a favour and dance across the floor when listening to the new Jacob Korn-record, aptly titled Son Of GX. The music is heavily based on the good old Yamaha Electone Organ. The home organ for the world's gentlemen was modified by Jacob himself and is now an integral part of his studio. As you'll hear it on the EP, it injects a decent dose of fun into Jacob's vision of House music. At least, you will instantly notice that when listening to Singlefinger Chord, a track that conquers the floor with its Disco elements. Rumours say that Jacob's cat toddled on his poor man's Yamaha CS80 when producing Cats On Organs. If that's true, the cat provided an irresistible hook to an already slamming, Italo-inspired track. Son Of GX is every bit as compelling as the first two tracks with its synth trumpet glory while the slighty darker Fun Blocks sustains us with heavy percussion works straight out of the Yamaha Electone Organ. On top, you'll get a remix for Singlefinger Chord by New York's Jacques Renault (Let's Play House) as digital bonus.
Jacob Korn - EP3
Jacob Korn
EP3
12" | 2016 | EU | Original (Uncanny Valley)
6,99 €* 9,99 € -30%
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
It's always an event when Jacob Korn fires up his custom-made studio set up to create another exciting House record. In fact, EP3 is a tasteful four-tracker that more than lives up on its two predecessors. "The Happening" builds on funky drum patterns before rising into a break that feels like taking a bucket full of water to the chest. Another burning dance floor affair is "Holiday" with its percussion-driven beats and heavy staccato style synths, in all its Caribbean glory. "Goodbye" is driven by an irresistible sample and string combination while "Thru The Eyes" is riding on a cheerful drum foundation and killer sample. Dancefloor heaven. As she did for EP1 and EP2 the new record is again illustrated by Anna Jaszpataki from Dresden.
Joel Alter - Heart Remixes
Joel Alter
Heart Remixes
12" | 2015 | DE | Original (Uncanny Valley)
6,99 €* 9,99 € -30%
Release:2015 / DE – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
After opening up his heart with his wonderful solo debut album last spring, it was about time that Joel Alter's "Heart" gets a proper remix treatment. None other than fellow Swedish countryman Jesper Dahlbaeck adds some spice to the intimate affair that is "22 Hours" under his "The Persuader" moniker. His take is a spooky yet compelling peak time bomb. Dorisburg transforms "Everlasting" into a funky and Acid-driven ride that is hard to resist. On top, you'll get Joel Alter's "Mecca" which turned out to be the biggest dance floor killer on the album. The wonderful artwork was created by Joakim Heidvall.
Credit 00 - Party Beats
Credit 00
Party Beats
12" | 2015 | EU | Original (Uncanny Valley)
10,99 €*
Release:2015 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Here are some plain and simple cuts by yours truly Credit 00 that push just the right buttons to make people move. The tracks were made exclusively for his live set but they are too good to keep them back. Without superfluous frills these four bangers scream "Party" in every note but as usual with Credit 00 there's also a melancholic side somewhere behind those tricky beats. House is a feeling!
CVBox & Micha Freier - Transparency
CVBox & Micha Freier
Transparency
12" | 2015 | EU | Original (Uncanny Valley)
10,99 €*
Release:2015 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
After "Trawler Crossing" in 2013, CVBox teams up with long time companion and musical soul mate Micha Freier for his next record. "Transparency" is CVBox through and through with long meandering bass lines and spacey synth climaxes. Techno jams that you can dance to with closed eyes. The first track "Blinking Lights" rides on a warm bass line, which is accompanied by perky synth swirls before a subtle but ultra effective snare comes in halfway through. "Bad Gate Way" is less straightforward but with its stuttering beats and spooky pads it recalls a time when Techno was all about trying out new things and creating ambiances that you can literally dive into. "Playwatch" comes with delay-driven synths and grasping rhythms and builds up to a majestic Techno track that is heavy on the dance floor. Finally, "XOXO" lurks around at first before it gets you with irresistible pads that bring things to a peaceful end. This is mach ine music with soul. The cover artwork was created by photographer Felix Adler from Leipzig.
Cuthead - Total Sellout
Cuthead
Total Sellout
CD | 2014 | EU | Original (Uncanny Valley)
10,49 €* 13,99 € -25%
Release:2014 / EU – Original
Genre:Hip Hop, Electronic / Dance
Cuthead got known to the wider public via his releases on Uncanny Valley but his roots reach way back before the label's start. There was a time when Cuthead and his brothers from another mother threw wild parties at abandoned industrial locations or in the woods around Dresden. The crew, which was known as Kunst:stoff Breakz, also established a label where Cuthead released two albums and one EP as free downloads between 2006 and 2010. Over the years the calls for vinyl versions of those early joints were getting louder and so Uncanny Valley decided to give the best tracks from that era a new life on physical sound carriers and start the ''Total Sellout''. Through refinement and rearrangement 51 tracks were boiled down to a selection of 18 and ended up as an album full of catchy bass lines, heavy beats and sampling excesses. Among the tracks are party starters like the strings-infiltrated ''Scissorhands'', ''The Poncho'' or the ever devastating ''Iron Lung'' which still kicks like Dubstep has never faded. Since Cuthead has always been heavily influenced by Rap music, there are of course lots of great Hip Hop beats on ''Total Sellout''. Either in the form of funky sample studies like ''Painquilizer'' and ''VibraSkit'' or in true fashion with Raps by crew member Alibi on ''Hidden Track''. Also included on the album are ''Rock My Soul'' and ''All Night Long'', some early examples of Cuthead's knack for well tempered and super catchy House tracks, while the double-bass driven ''Rythmus '78'' shows another jazzy side of him. Once again, the artwork was conceived and designed by Till Hohmann who already did a brilliant job on last year's ''Everlasting Sunday''.
Sneaker - Java
Sneaker
Java
12" | 2013 | EU | Original (Uncanny Valley)
8,99 €*
Release:2013 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Sneaker's first solo EP for Uncanny Valley is a record of high humidity. The Java / Sumatra EP evolved in large parts in Indonesia when Sneaker lived there for almost a year and it literally conveys the Indonesian heat to dance floors in the rest of the world. Compared to his Acid House-inspired "You Think You Think" which was featured on the Uncanny Valley 004 compilation, this four new tracks show another, rather dark, Pop and New Wave side of Sneaker. The "Java Island" side starts with "White Glow" where a serious percussion workout is blended together with the sharp electric guitar by Indonesian guitarist Al Goz. Backed up by Sneaker's typical drum work, Slovakian singer Helena and Sneaker himself are dreaming of that mystical light. In "Misty Mirror", it seems like Sneaker is speaking to his reflection in the mirror and trying to figure out what he is seeing there. The track is as relentless as it is bittersweet with its stumbling dark bass synth and the bell-like melody before the pads bring things to an almost orchestral end. "Sumatra Rain" again features Al Goz, this time on the Bamboo Flute, Guitar and with a poem in West-Sumatran Minang Language. The track can be read as a meditation on the fact that if it rains in Indonesia, it pours. At the same time it is an irresistible dance floor killer that sometimes feels like "I Feel Love" for modern clubs with its ongoing octave bass and an uncompromising kick drum. Eventually, "Run To You" stands in the tradition of love song duets like "Je T'aime...Moi Non Plus". You simply cannot forget this catchy synth melody. This is pop music for people that like Italo Disco and Chicago House and rounds up the EP in a charming way
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