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Deep Dish: Junk Science (Deconstruction)

Calvin Bush, Muzik, June 1998

JUNK SCIENCE arrives, ironically, long after the initial Deep Dish bubble appeared to have reached bursting point. Rewind a few years to those early Yoshitoshi and Twisted singles. Elastic Reality, Prana, Dished Out Bums, when Ali and Sharam, two part-time shoe salesmen from Washington DC, first fused the sound of Detroit and New York with the cosmic flow of trance. Something that dreamt of the stars, the great unknown, not just a bumping, hustling dancefloor on a Saturday night. Deep Dish were (arguably still are) the only house producers who can make music both deep and epic yet still sidestep the Cheddar gorge.

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