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'Ecclesiastical'
Neizer
Yume

"Dreamy and refined, a must for the after-hours."

'Momma'
Moodymann
Rush Hour

"This gets better and better every time."

'Voodog'
Richardo Villalobos
Pressure Traxx

"A mixture of Ricardo’s best tricks from the past and present."

'Painful'
Federico Monlinari
Oslo

"A friend who knows about finding the balance between solid rhythms and sound design."

'I See Through You'
Oshana
Body Parts

"Late night killer beats."

'Searching in Love (inst.)'
Phil Weeks & Ladybird
Robsoul

"House to hold on to summer with."

'Dawn in Down'
U-More
Cabaret

"Hypnotic groove at its best."

'Your Love'
Terrence Parker
Intangible

"Re-edit of one of my all-time favourites."

Lip Reading
Soul of Hex
CVMR

Hailing from Tijuana, Mexico, Sébastien Vorhaus and 4004 are Soul of Hex. You may know them already from releases on Danilo Plessow's MCDE or their own Vicario Musique imprint. If you know them from neither, this is where all that changes. 'Lip Reading', thy name is house music. Pure and unadulterated. Their own original version even has the temerity to upstage two mixes (two!) by Larry Heard. Larry fucking Heard. Imagine! And his mixes alone are magnificent. Oh, and the two more from Vin Sol and Ny*Ak? Ace too. Among the best releases of the year so far.