Julius Steinhoff's debut for Ramona and her Live At Robert Johnson audio enterprise couldn't be any better. A leading member of Hamburg's Smallville Records and one half of the critically-acclaimed and party-proof Smallpeople, Steinhoff delivers three tracks that nicely bend the rules of deep house, meander the maze of trance-hypnotism, cold-forge metallic drums and push bass lines into the abyss. A record that owes as much to Larry Heard's way of thinking, as it does to white rooms and probably subconsciously to James Holden's art of playing records. Built for eternity.
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