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» Children

Reviewed by Greg Zizique / Submitted 03-09-09 19:37

Label: Syco Music
Format: Digital
Genre: House, Tech House

Robert Miles 'Children' is one of the most loved dance records of all time, originating from that little White Isle we all know and love and inevitably lost it on. Back to the present and classical artists, Escala, have recreated their own version, reworking the haunting piano melody and strings.

Steve Mac slams down the gauntlet with his newer adaption of the tech meets minimal sound and creates a hybrid of genre melting with essential clean, crisp clear beats and gentle melodies before using the ever so familiar break for euphoric and dizzy heights.

Jerome Isma-Ae shows why yet again he is a new master of all things progressive and modern and uses a cutting direction with snappy drums and crystal production and large use of the original break that adds to the flow a little more energy for warm ups and directs minds on the floor.

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