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Dresden’s Uncanny Valley drops its fifteenth release with a VA showcasing some of the talent they’ve got on their roster.

The A side kicks off with Versovie (Eltron John Dub) by polish producer Brodka. This is a nice laidback groover which would warm up any dancefloor. Slightly let down (for me) by the vocal but some will love it. That said it builds very nicely. Following on from that is

Falling Off (Sandrow M Remix) by Alex Ketzer who hails from Cologne. This is a nice, individual sounding outing with restrained but effective groove and a chopped up vocal. Again a nice builder (no builder’s bums or extended tea breaks here).

The flipside is where the real action is. Splenda Daddy by Cuthead is a raw, acid fuelled number with the sporadic percussion and schizophrenic chords that this chap has made his own. I can’t see any connection to the low calorie sugar supplement mind but maybe I’m missing something. Finally Uncanny Valley regular Jacob Story returns with Inspektor which, with it’s plinky plonk bells and lowfi percussion puts me inside some demented C64 game.

One of the best things about this release is that they’ve returned to the weirdo computer game artwork of their first few releases.

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