"Naples producer Abyss (Giuseppe Morabito) has captured the attention of house DJs across the spectrum from John Digweed and Pete Tong to Sharam and Tom Middleton, thanks to releases for Buzzin Fly, Crossworld, Endemic Digital and Forensic. He also runs his own Tea Boy Music, an outlet for his personal projects whether they're house, deep or minimal."
As for the EP itself, the lead cut beeps n' bounces along nicely at an unhurried kinda pace, the Strings Version of the same adds some sedate Detroit-style, er, strings (funny that) and then Contemporaneo is more yer upbeat techno/minimal bubbler, along the lines of something you imagine Hawtin or Villalobos dropping.
It's the original of Be Free that I'm liking best but it's good to see Baker Street mixing it up a bit.
Out: This week
About: Baker Street are pretty well established as one of the UK's leading deep house labels and as such you shouldn't need me to tell you much more about 'em any more… but here's the obligatory website, MySpace and Facebook links