(1999) Interfearence

Interfearence

... read morePlenty of dance producers attempt to impress listeners by cycling through style after style with little attention to whether the music is actually up to snuff. Fortunately, Paul Martin (A&R man at Talkin' Loud) obviously has the taste to differentiate between good music done well and the raft of...

01:12′:50″ 10 Songs

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Dub Deco
7:38
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Never Changes Part Four
3:33
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Live Or Die (Rocket Soul Mix)
7:23
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Religious Revolution
8:21
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Money Or Belief
10:22
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All Day (Excerpt)
1:31
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Wonderland
10:05
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Never Changes Part One
3:45
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All Night
9:59
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Never Changes Part Three
10:13
Released 01 January 1999, 1999 London Music Stream Ltd. LC77554

Review

Plenty of dance producers attempt to impress listeners by cycling through style after style with little attention to whether the music is actually up to snuff. Fortunately, Paul Martin (A&R man at Talkin' Loud) obviously has the taste to differentiate between good music done well and the raft of mediocre exceptions. With the help of producer Tyrrell, Martin crafted a beautiful LP that includes nods to a variety of styles -- disco, jazz-funk, house, acid-jazz, jungle -- but never loses the way via pointless genre experimentation. Sleek and well-honed, with an artistic mix of synthetic and organic ingredients, Interfearence is an excellent debut. ~ John Bush