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This Is Everybody Too

Kleinenberg returns with the followup to the critically acclaimed ‘Everybody’ (2003) compilation. The quirky, unique approach receives instant, visual recognition with another image of Sander way beyond what’s considered the ‘traditional; DJ pose’. Two CDIn a music landscape filled with slick, but predictable mix cds, we can thank the dance gods for Sander Kleinenberg. Hailing from The Hague, Holland, his willingness to venture into more cerebral material lifts This Is Everybody Too into the same tech-space dreamland that gave its predecessor, Everybody such a lovely kick. The electro and experimental tangents are more in the foreground here, as both discs in the 2-disc set are woven throughout with sparse sounds from the likes of the Junior Boys (“Birthday”) and Robag Wruhme (the schizophrenic “Hugenduble”). But along with the New Wave fixations and highbrow electronics, Too gets dirty as well, especially on Kleinenberg’s own ultra-funky “The Fruit” from Disc 2. And there’s nothing intellectual about the big thumps and up-vibe house melodies that drop on songs from Deepsky, Ericke, among others. Few DJs, in fact, can pull off a compilation with such appeal to both the brain and the body, but that’s just another day in the office for this man. –Matthew Cooke

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