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JAMEZ, Dreamchasing
LP, Mute Stepping out from behind a string of imaginative pseudonyms (Tata Box Inhibitors, P.I.M.P, Amfibian), the veteran Dutch producer and deejay releases his first solo artist album. The beat is underground house but frequent nods in the direction of trance make this an adventurous and eclectic hybrid. Nothing is quite as it seems. The raw, pulsating house feel of 'Energy of Life' gently melts beneath the warm, whispered vocals of Sir Jon of Lemonsoul. 'Thanx', a relentless harder house cut, eagerly pumps away as a wave of melodic trance gradually swells in the distance and finally engulfs the lot. That Jamez can seamlessly flood in a complex series of beats and effects is testament to his prodigious talent as a mixer/producer. The result is an intricate and richly atmospheric celebration of house music. (Paul Allen)


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