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Disc 1
01
Jamie Lloyd Spiro Hustle
02 :00
02
Session Victim Much too Strong
02 :00
03
Johannes Albert Co Co Jam Boo
02 :00
04
Reverend G Pam's Cleavage
02 :00
05
Kim Brown I Am Batman
02 :00
Disc 2
01 02 :00
02 02 :00
03
Iron Curtis Love Commitment
02 :00
04
Robert Oh Blush
02 :00
ARTIST
TITLE
Treats Vol. 5
FORMAT
2LP

LABEL
CATALOG #
RTR 015LP RTR 015LP
GENRE
RELEASE DATE
5/27/2014

Retreat celebrates its fifth birthday with a very special edition of the infamous Treats series. Volume 5 is the label's first double vinyl in a carefully designed gatefold sleeve and features exclusive music from all the Retreat regulars as well as exciting new guests: Session Victim, Quarion, Iron Curtis, Mr. Beatnick, Kim Brown, Jamie Lloyd, and many more. Treats Vol. 5 is a fantastic collection of tracks that stands on its own as a compilation while offering some of the most heartfelt house music for 2014 and beyond. Treats Vol. 5 begins with Jamie Lloyd's "Spiro Hustle," a slo-mo burner that will definitely put this talented Australian native back in the limelight after a few years of radio silence. Retreat's hottest property, Session Victim, are next up to bat with the dancefloor-approved "Much Too Strong" which sees them experimenting with percussive instruments while keeping their funk firmly in the pocket. The back-to-basics rawness of "Co Co Jam Boo" from Frank Music's Johannes Albert closes the A-side with a bassline that will stay in your head long after the needle hits the run-out groove. Flip the record over for Reverend G's "Pam's Cleavage." The secretive priest is on a mission to save lost souls and his jazz-fueled dancefloor offering should motivate everyone to attend service at the Church Of The Lord Jack in Neukölln. "I Am Batman" from deep house heroes Kim Brown is an emotive ride through Gotham city. It's another fine example of the duo's faultless artistry and closes the first chapter of Treats Vol. 5 in a delightful way. Quarion introduces Retreat's first-ever C-Side with "Enter Coordinates," a bass-heavy yet uplifting track that promises to reach the confines of the galaxy with the help of gorgeous chords and a freaky arpeggio. Mr. Beatnick follows up with the acid-tainted "Hold on to Your Dreams."