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Reviews left by duckett

Sun, Sep 10 2:41 PM duckett review of Open by Scomber
Brilliant idea, warm duet!
Sun, Sep 10 2:36 PM duckett review of nightWalk by airtone
So soft and supple- to keep the high-end rounded was brave and smart in this cas...
Sun, Sep 10 2:30 PM duckett review of One Life (with MykleAnthony) by Mana Junkie
Relentless and slinky, intimate in all the right ways. Schmoove.
Sun, Sep 10 2:28 PM duckett review of Birth and death of a River by reiswerk
There's an element of Raymond Scott playfulness peeking out of the corners here ...
Sun, Sep 10 2:25 PM duckett review of remains by urmymuse
Reinforces but stays out of the way- nicely done.
Sun, Sep 10 2:07 PM duckett review of Autumn's Dream Lullaby by gurdonark
I'm guessing Paulstretch had a part to play- but it's so easy to use it badly, a...
Sun, Sep 10 2:04 PM duckett review of 1, 2, 3 by Aussens@iter
Does Reiswerk and Jacinda much justice, very organic.
Sun, Sep 10 2:00 PM duckett review of Transmutation by Kara Square
Very fun! Clear and spacious mix, nothing superfluous added :)
Sun, Sep 10 1:49 PM duckett review of Selfduckettance by Siobhan Dakay
What a wonderful compliment, to hear all these snippets that have been overlooke...
Tue, May 30 9:32 AM duckett review of Duke by Jeris
Missed this schmooveness the first time around- wish there was a JLang remix of ...
Tue, May 30 9:19 AM duckett review of Gett Up Funk Mix by Chandan Boruah
The backing track is tight and energetic, but does seem to fight with the vocals...
Sun, Apr 23 1:14 PM duckett review of To Remind You by Admiral Bob
Congrats on a great remix! That "Guitarish" was actually an EP patch on my XV-50...
Fri, Feb 10 5:52 AM duckett review of Soothing Words by Speck
Can't quite explain why, but reminds me in spots of Joni Mitchell's "The Jungle ...
Mon, Nov 7 3:21 AM duckett review of Shimmering Image by Speck
Speck. Shimoda. I need say nothing more!
Mon, Nov 7 3:18 AM duckett review of House of Ghosts by gurdonark
A gurdonark piece always has a lot of thought behind it- well done.