Get Physical proceeds to hit 2011 running with Full Body Workout Vol. 7. The anticipated collection draws on the series tradition of bringing together up-and-comers, old friends, debutantes and intriguing collaborations in one unmisable package. The ten tracks of Full Body Workout Vol. 7 add even more colour, perspective and texture to the Get Physical sound, and, as always, every track invites you to move.Berlin veteran Holger Zilske bursts out of the gate with Baby Got Me Open; riding a groove of sleek late-night house, a heavy bass workout ensues, with a rising tide of soulful vocals, industrial percussion and ambient pads. Fellow Berliner Martin Dawson aka King Roc asks What The Fuck, via an ominous, pulsating slow tempo. His throbbing electronic tones evoke violets and deep blues, as the slow burning, double-stepping arrangement shifts incrementally up and down, for an irresistibly hypnotic effect. Collaborators SIOPIS and Mr. Brean join forces again for the bass-driven monster Dog or Dusta, and its measured rhythm track is permeated by floating, reverbed keys that filter light in through the cracks and edges. A distorted vocal refrain shifts things sideways, over whirring sounds and faraway percussion, melding into a loose funk workout of keys, kick and percussion. The transcontinental pairing of Germanys Bjorn Wilke and Philadelphian Someone Else draws on both of their long histories, striking a balance in a classic tech house framework thats surrounded by wispy ambient pads and rhythmic shafts of melody. Deep, liquid bass tones are counteracted by skittering metallic sounds and neon flares with youngblood Javier Logares Proyecto Lazer. Perpetual heady string samples plus unpredictable sounds from below carry the track aloft with a quirky combination of darkness and light. Get Physical regular Jona serves up a tight groove with Silver, featuring a patchworked weave of electro-disco bass and chirping melodic accents.Miguel Toro & Aregenis Brito construct a tribal sketchwork of cut-up voices and brief melodic snatches with Sweet Sopt; tiny sounds appear and retract, over a buoyant minimal beat and a sunken, smeared vocal sample. Peles My Boogie is similarly rhythm-heavy, with its distinctive tom-tom loop leading the syncopated progression towards an amalgamation with lilting keys.Newcomer Israel Sunshines offering, Pickles offers unpredictable, snaky organ melodies and major key brightness over handclaps, surprise drum rolls and an ebb-and-flow bass, while Findling & Lihab close out the collection with Shaft of Sunlight, deep and hypnotic tech house thats punctuated by brilliant rays of gleaming melody. Taking in the best of the familiar, the fresh, and the unexpected, Full Body Workout Vol. 7 is the perfect kick-start to Get Physicals ninth year at the forefront of electronic music.