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Review on: Gemini – Le Fusion

Released on Anotherday

Spencer Kincy aka Gemini is one of those producers, who reached to obtain some kind of outstanding reputation for his productions. Out of house music’s hometown Chicago he was releasing over 200 tracks during his active years from 1994 to 1999 for classical imprints like Cajual, Relief, Planet E or Peacefrog. Varying from hard jackin’ rhythm tracks to disco fueled warehouse sounds and deep, edgy grooves his sounds still have the ability to fascinate and energize djs and dancefloors all around. Hence it’s hardly surprising that his output provides a bunch of sought-after and pricy vinyl classics and that in our times of dance rediscovery enthusiasm some of his desired works have seen light again on labels like Robsoul, Chiwax or Anotherday. The last one mentioned is also responsible for a full-blown reissue of Gemini’s “Le Fusion” EP from 1995. An EP that’s packed with three untitled versions and varied shades of raw house music from a darker angle. It mashes jazz noir components into a weird, feverish night trip, offers slamming Chicago freak-out sounds that reminds a bit on rough Dance Mania ware and a weird, but slightly deepened groove tool version for the later, non-sunlight club incidents. So when you look for jackin’ house and club music with a forceful portion of wicked drive you should have a listen!

Written by Jan (WPP)
14.04.2017 - 15:16 – by Hendrik Warnke / hendrik@wordandsound.net

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