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  1. Dok says:
    Matt Chicoine (or Recloose) has been hopping around the fringes of the Detroit techno scene for a few years now. He debuted on Carl Craig's Planet E in with his oddball sample-based EP Welcome to the Dining Room. The EP was a departure from the traditional Detroit sound, but well received nonetheless. Chicoine proceeded to release a couple more singles, another EP and a mix CD, all the.
  2. Vur says:
    Review: Juno favourite Recloose provides one original track here, while surrendering a further two for remixing."Chamois" is a feel-good slice of vintage-sounding looped disco-house. Andres' remix of "Electric Sunshine" is a killer, percussion-heavy house-funker .
  3. Duhn says:
    Matthew "Recloose" Chicoine is an American electronic music producer, DJ and musician hailing from Detroit, Michigan, US. He is known for numerous releases on independent dance labels like Planet.
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  6. Nijinn says:
    Jul 28,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - recloose - insomnia in dub YouTube Recloose - Can't Take It (Herbert's Some Dumb Dub) - Duration: Robert Fiedler 26, views.
  7. Meztiran says:
    Recloose is Carl Craig's prodigy band. They are hot. I will break down some of the highlight tunes for you. Ain't Changin' - This should be getting a lot more radio play. It has an infectious beat without the nasty high-hat trance drumming heard too often on dance records. Recloose is /5(6).
  8. Taramar says:
    Listening to Recloose's dragging, down-tempo breakbeats is like wading upstream through a river of molasses. Cosmically-minded jazz poetry drifts over sleepy rhythms, accompanied by a spacious, psy.

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