Digital Justice - Theme From: Its All Gone Pearshaped henkieee

May 3, 2019
Was just listening to Vernal Equinox's Sunrise (from 1988), and that reminded me of this one. Superb stuff. Both.

Al Usher - Hilversum henkieee

August 9, 2010
edited over 8 years ago
'Hilversum' is a cover of <a href="http://www.discogs.com/Herman-van-Veen-Hilversum-III/release/731824">Herman van Veen's "Hilversum 3"</a>

NYC Peech Boys* - Come On, Come On (Don't Say Maybe) as reviewed by henkieee

October 24, 2008
The whole bootleg / reissue thing has come to a tragical depth regarding this issue. Worst sound quality ever of a track that's not hard to find at all. And those idiots even managed to put it on both sides with a label stating differently! And the track that's not on there is also easy to find. What's next? A zero sided record with labels mentioning cool records from the past? Now that'd be some statement!

Kalabrese - Chicken Fried Rice as reviewed by henkieee

December 21, 2004
edited over 14 years ago
Typical Perlon tracks with lots of attention for detail. But these tracks are so well arranged that you'll stay focused all the time. Which is not so Perlon as their releases are often more tool-like.
"Set Me Free" got some beautiful guitar (?) licks which go strange ways sometimes, reminding of some ambient Underworld stuff.
"The 73 Chicken Fried Rice" grows and grows each time you listen. At first there are these strange vocal snippets, accompanied by nice, laidback but s-s-shakin' beats. But then you'll discover again little pieces of beautiful melody.
Nice nice nice.

Lucky & Easy - Pimp Soul Blister EP as reviewed by henkieee

January 23, 2004
Etched in the vinyl, near the edges: A-side: "Blow Up Doll", B-side: "Pimp Soul Blisters ... Stolipon (In Dust Royal Action)". Maybe the track titles?

Anyway, there's some deep broken funky minimal stuff hidden in here with a freaky groove that sometimes reminds of Ricardo Villalobos's dj-sets. Especially track B2 and half-way through the A-side. Beautiful melodies too...
One to take your audience away from the usual four to the floor in a friendly and adventureous way!

Various - Geology - A Subjective Study Of Planet E - Volume Two - G2 as reviewed by henkieee

July 22, 2003
Russ Gabriel's remix of 'at less' is a true remix. It starts with the beautiful 'at less' melody combined with some jazzy broken beats, later on an organ is added. Which waters down the strength of the original melody a bit, but goes perfectly with the groove by then. Played this at a beachparty when the sun went down... Goosebumps!
The other tracks are nice too, a bit harder with a rough edge. Especially the innerzone track: hardcore jazz!