February 27, 2013 in Singles
On this occasion, he brings us a three-track EP. Likely is a sparse but pulsing cut with a treated, R&B-ish male vocal, plenty of low-end throb and some nice minor piano chords, while Minor Luck itself operates in similar territory, sans the vocal but with the addition of some wonky space-disco synth stabs and an almost rave/jungle-ish buzzin’ b-line. All good clean, now-sounding fun. But the killer here for me is Nono, a more trad-sounding cut reminiscent of the jazzier end of (very) early UK garage.
If you’ve got any old Nice N’ Ripe, Catch 22 or Deep Trouble vinyl on your shelves, you’re gonna love this one.
Out: This week