Freestylin' is the most obvious case of point, a melancholic, minor-key affair that sits somewhere between deep house and downtempo… think early St Germain and you'd not be a million miles off, in terms not just of the overall vibe but also of the impressive musical depth. Next, Alone is a more jazz-leaning offering that operates at a similarly unrushed tempo and uses big chunks of preacherman vocal.
Deep Inside picks up the pace just slightly and is a sultry, sexy number you could play equally well alongside nu-disco or deeper garage tracks, before finally we come to Roll With You (though technically it's actually the opening track, but never mind). This is the only track of the four to operate in more out-and-out dancefloor territory, being a dreamy, Balearic kinda thang working a yearnsome female vocal that older heads may notice nods to garage classics like Colourblind's Nothing Better or NY's Finest's Do You Feel Me.
All told, four varied tracks that'll appeal to deeper lovers of various persuasions.
Out: This week