I've always seen Charlie May as one of the more underrated UK producers. He's the man behind all of Sasha's big releases Airdrawndagger, Involver, and Xpander and one half of Spooky with Duncan Forbes. No surprises really that all the attention goes to Sasha, who at the best of times I find some what irritating. But back to Mr.May, lesser producers have gone on to bigger things, but not our Charlie, perhaps by choice, who knows? Now back in 2001 he released this double 12" release on UK house label Junior. Now that in itself was kind of strange decision because this wasn't their style of music, nor as a result did anyone really discover it. I had a copy in my office and always loved the tune Behemoth. It sits somewhere between progressive house, minimal and glitch, just kind of indescribable really. It keeps you locked in though, and that's always been my thing with it. All 4 tracks are epic 10 minute affairs but again I think they were designed to listen to. I've tried for many years to get a CD of it but failed, as a result it does have a few scratches from years of drunken abuse, but its good enough to share I'd say.
1. Behemoth (10:43)
2. Lost In Haste (9:57)
3. Feeding The Hand That Bites (10:47)
4. GKP (10:12)
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