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Reflections Of Yesterday is a new label with an eye on the future and a subtle nod to the past. Al Bradley has done some mighty fine releases for Midnight Social Recordings, Muzik & Friends Records, Bass Clef Music and his own 3AM Recordings with a penchant for all things Deep and Dubby his tracks were a perfect fit for the first release on Reflections Of Yesterday. Scott Hallam has had releases on Axia Records, The North Remembers, Epoque Music, Parrish Digital, and Sub-Urban Undertones Recordings. Although known for his love of full on Acid House, his tracks here delve significantly deeper as he crosses genres with ease. "Excellent 12. In my opinion, there’s just not enough of this type of music being released. Emotive rich sounds coupled with lush analog bass lines take the listener on one of those deep journeys thatonly music made by people who understand house can make" Paul Wise (Placid) Pale Blue Dot is excellent. Builds up nicely, real future classic Chicago/Detroit crossover. Modern Senses is absolutely class - love it - like a nite drive through a futuristic city - wonderful, bass line is analogue heaven. Derek Carr Extremely solid release starting off with two tracks by Al Bradley 'Pale Blue Dot' which carries on the early house style but in a much deeper way. Then we have Chicago house vibes on 'In Flagrante Delicto' with its dreamy pads and subtle acid towards the end of the track. On the flip there's two tracks by Scott Hallam with the latin percussion filled 80's inspired 'Kettle Crusader' followed by the gorgeous, almost Yello Magic Orchestra-esque 'Modern Senses' showing how versatile he is as a producer. All four tracks are pure quality. Mark Archer

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Genre

House

Release Date

20.03.2021

Cat No

ROY001

Tracklist

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