There’s a propensity for musicians to become ever more fiddly and experimental as their careers progress. It’s often irritating, but Jacob Korn’s recent experimentation with dance-floor motion sensors in the “search for an ideal format of a virtual environment” doesn’t reflect negatively on his ability to produce deep, powerful house music. His first album is a welcome thing, not least due to its simultaneously representing a milestone in the progression of Uncanny Valley, a fine label from Korn’s home city, which connects Dresden’s deep-house fraternity. Connecting is exactly what You & Me does, too, having a formal concept of sorts; each track sees him working in collaboration with another producer or vocalist. Bringing together creative input from so many different people is quite a feat, but the end result here is undiluted– and quite intoxicating, with an extraordinary feeling of flow throughout.

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