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Release number eight on London house maven George Fitzgerald’s ManMakeMusic label, the Laszlo Dancehall EP, connects two of the UK’s most exciting young producers: Leon Vynehall and Christian Piers. The sample driven crunch of Vynehall’s earlier productions on ManMakeMusic can be heard loud and clear complementing the canny but irresistible percussive and vocal shimmies of Piers. Aside track “Gave Up”, championed by George FitzGerald on his recent BBC Essential mix for Radio One, sets the pace and aims straight at the dancefloor with its strange sonic palette, at once euphoric and gritty. On the flip we get “Ain’t No Time” on which Vynehall and Piers give us their interpretation of classic house. The final track, “Manley Harrison”, is the strangest and arguably most original of the bunch and leaves the listener in no doubt as to why there is such a buzz about these two producers at the moment.
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