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  • Release Date 2010-04-26
  • Label Bpitch
  • Catalog BPC212
Chaim, the sound architect from Tel Aviv, is slowly but surely taking his place amongst the BPitch residents. The specialist in sonic witchcraft is keeping us in regular supply of 12 insights into his fine art.
Love Rehab spoils us with its trademark Chaim elements and some Imagination influence: tricky percussion, multi-layered atmospherics treading the fine line between tension and melodic release, a funk-injected organ riff. Love Rehab wont let itself be reduced to typical floor-filling functionality. Its casually extended song structure and vaguely lascivious vocals from soulful House and Pop singer Meital de Razon take us on a nocturnal journey through the world of clubs, bars, neon signs and back seats of taxis - sometimes right up close, and sometimes observed dreamily through the patterns of fogged up windows.

New Years Eve makes a more lively start, getting straight down to business with funky percussion and slap-bass samples and leading us down the path to total lunacy. The hook, appearing almost out of nowhere, surely uses the most unlikely chord progression ever to be heard in a club track. Whilst the beat continues straight ahead, the strings and brass could have been lifted straight out of an ultra-cool seventies blaxploitation gangster movie.
Slick action, fat cigars - Mr. Shaft sends his regards.
The film really gets going with Locations: a percussive pattern with a thumping kick, then the syncopated drums roll in - this is worlds away from your average off-beat hi-hat. Spookily disorienting vocal effects, accompanied by a looped mantra with a nursery rhyme feel - Fear and Loathing in Tel Aviv? Is that the carpet I can feel creeping up my leg? Dont panic, it was just a dream! The Love Rehab dub mix, available on the digital release, makes sure we come down gently. Dub is not meant in the strictest of terms here - it takes a straight house beat for a stroll. The wonderful atmospheric elements and dub-delayed vocal fragments make this track into a gentle relaxation exercise for an early-morning dancefloor.


Love Rehab

  • Chaim
  • Release Date 2010-04-26
  • Label Bpitch
  • Catalog BPC212








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