The London artist continues a fine streak of form, returning after several well received releases via the likes of Pleasure Club and Warm Fiction. Deep, inspired cuts touching on garage, techno and wonky house have been rocking both dance floors and Discogs prices in recent years.
‘AAA’ opens the release in this premiere, coating wobbly acid lines with a dreamy, electro-inspired character. Subtle pads and melodies buried in the mix add a layer of emotion to the track, working pleasantly with the peak time presence of the low end.
Thick, 909 drums plow energy into the rhythm. Sequenced with a heavily swung, loose feel, hats fall casually from the mix, veering into subtle breakdowns forming a well paced arrangement. A retro, analogue aesthetic brings a laid back, warm vibe often familiar in the sets of the likes of Francesco Del Garda and Binh.
The rest of the LP meanders through a string of hefty club tracks, paired with multiple delicate, introverted excursions tailored more towards warm up or after-hour moments.
The Rokit Double Pack marks N-Gynn’s first full length album, as well as Zeitnot’s 10th release.
Celebrating a finely curated catalogue of club music alongside the parent Seven Hills label, releases feature both uncovered DATs from the 90s and contemporary producers in the form of Binary Digit and Pearl River Sound.
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