German techno/house musician Ian Pooley (real name Ian Pinnekamp)
debuted as half of
T'N'I, a duo with dj Thomas "Tonka" Gerlach that released the
EP Low Mass (Force Inc, 1991). The two morphed into
Space Cube and eventually parted ways.
His early singles were collected on the first full-length under his own name,
The Times (Force Inc, 1996).
Meridian (V2, 1998) was substantially different from the "hard" style
that had made his fortune, incorporating elements of pop, disco, soul and even jazz.
Since Then (V2, 2000) turned to samba and bossanova to create a
Brazilian saudade-like atmosphere in the dancefloor.
Souvenirs (Ministry of Sound, 2004) is bolder but also a bit outdated
in its resurrection of disco motifs.
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