The Icelandic pair kick things off with Moods, a deep and dusty basement groover that wouldn't have been out of place on an early Box Aus Holz release (and definitely sounds like it was inspired by Graef & Co). Moods shares the A-side of the record with 'That's Her', a lush bit of deephouse with expertly placed jazzy sax samples and a pitch-perfect vocal from the Charleston era. Could this be the first sign of a rebirth of 'Swing-House'? If it sounds like this, I'm all for it.
'Crime Pays' on the flip is anice little hiphouse number, complete with scratches, cut-up vocals and fat hiphop drums. Finally we get 'Whatever You Want', the one to rule them all. It's tough, sweet, banging and gentle at the same time and will have the floor reaching for the proverbial lasers before you know it. Have a listen below.
Sold out at most haunts at the moment but we've been assured a repress is on its way, so all is not lost.
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