Anyway, let's remedy that now by talking about this latest deep bomb from the label, which comes from a rising Turkish producer who's previously had stuff out on labels like i! Records and Plastic City. Annet is a drifty, ambient-y, prog-tinged epic with a near-falsetto male vocal, the kind of thing that, if you heard it at stupid o'clock after dancing in a field all night, would undoubtedly sound like The Best Record Ever Made. It sounds pretty good now, and I've just got up. On the B, Sad Summer is another quite laidback affair, only this time with a female vocal and just a smidgeon more dancefloor oomph.
I think Sad Summer is my pick of the two but it's a strong EP all round.
Out: This week
About: I might not have mentioned them on here for a bit, but Seamless Black Label still do a very neat line in quality deep house music, so do have a peep at their website.