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John has handed the reigns over to Twilo resident and Bedrock artist Jimmy Van M for this edition, and the guy does not disappoint, turning in what people are already calling one of the mix albums of 2001.
CD 1 starts with a new track by one of Israel's up and coming DJ's, Shlomi Zidan, who is certainly going to be a name people will be seeing a lot more of over the coming months. From there, Jimmy takes us on an enchanting journey, dropping tracks like Yum Yum's Heavy Fluid into the mix alongside some of his forthcoming productions as alongside Evolution and Sean Cusick as ECVM and also his brilliant new track, Love Like Sleep.
CD2 starts with the tech trance of John Johnson's London, taken from his forthcoming City EP. From there we are treated to a back to back mix of Solid Sessions acclaimed Janiero, where Jimmy seamlessly mixes the Original and Saffron mixes so subtly you hardly notice it. Jimmy then builds it, heading for the finishing line with such gems as Van Bellen's Soulfeel and Quivver's One Last Time.
Once again, Bedrock deliver the goods, and this mix cd shows why Jimmy Van M is on a skyward ascension to the premier league of big name DJs.
CD1 starts of slowly but builds very well, and really gets going from track 5 onwards, with the awesome Prototype "Control of Sound" leading into an amazing finish, the segue from track 8 until the end is awe-inspiring. Stand-out track is probably Jimmy Van M feat. Terra Diva "Love Like Sleep", I can almost see that strobe light pulsating on the dancefloor at Heaven now!
CD2 is interesting and I'm not sure the 2 Solid Sessions mixes really work sitting next to each other the way they do. But Jimmy certainly makes up for it with the rest of the cd, Van Bellen "Soulfeel" really building the atmosphere, this is an excellent track.
Overall 5*s if you love Sasha and Digweed and progressive forward thinking music in 2001 you must buy this CD. Now, we just need to have Jimmy DJ a bit more than he currently does in London (anyone from Fabric listening???).
The opening track of CD1 sets the tone masterfully - apropriately called Night Stalker, it's carried by loping grooves and clattering, unearthly sound FX. the mix moves through the undead trance of the K & Creamer mix of ECVM's Circuit Breaker, before reaching an early peak with the growling klaxons and booty-moving bassline of Prototype's Control of Sound. The mixing is smooth, although not spectacularly so.
Disc 2 carries on in much the same vein, although with more of a trance influence, and a little slower.
All in all, it's a good purchase, especialy now that this stuff is rare as rocking horse dung these days - everyone seems to be playing that crude electrohouse stuff instead - so you can't afford to have a gap in your collection. Buy it, and prepare to vacillate between dancing and hiding behind the sofa.
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An epic storm of deep driving fast unrelenting house which manages to keep it interesting and melodic at the same time ! Bleedin' Fantastic ! Not for the faint hearted :)Published on 5 Nov. 2009 by alexisalex
No need to rehash what you'll read in other reviews here. Put quite simply, this is the best progressive house mix of 2001. Read morePublished on 3 Jan. 2002