In its Original form, Believe In You ain't nothin' but a slab of good ol' fashioned deep house music in the traditional style, with a throbbing synth bassline, ambient washes and soulful female vocal stabs. You then get a brace of remixes by two of deep house's current biggest hitters, with Giom going for a floaty, Balearic kinda feel while Huxley's mix is all about the dancefloor chug. All three will have their place, making this well worth checking for the title track alone.
But wait, cos you also get bonus cuts Remember and Asend. The former is a playable-if-unexceptional midtempo groove, led by crisp percussion and 'come on' vocal stabs – it'd make useful warm-up tackle, but the standout of the whole EP for me is Asend, a superb throbbing organ groove '4 da heads', topped off with some mournful trumpet.
Like I said, LMD's usual high standards apply!
Out: This week