This eighth release from A Harmless Deed comes courtesy of the label’s co-founder, Argentinean, Madrid-raised Damian Schwartz, under his guise as Epiphany (Schwartz has run the imprint with Jose Cabrera since 2012, presenting tracks from the likes of Fred P and Marcos Cabral). 'Let the Boys Be' is gently acidic, classic by both nature and construction, emotional and oh-so-very deep, while 'Player' too evokes the fine house music of decades gone by, tingling ride cymbals and a dirty synth cutting through. Very nice.
In this life, time is precious and attention spans short. So, in my public service duty, I feel I’m bound to tell you to cut the shit and head straight to the LV remix and bruk the fuck out. Weird, K-hole garage vibes with a phantasm of dub lingering in a never-ending echo. Nuff said. Broadcast terminated.
All twerking and no play makes Jack a dull boy. Well, saying that, this is actually quite fun, if a little disposable.
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