One half of Motorcitysoul leaves his love of deep house at the studio door. Indeed, Vogt shows affiliations to other sounds and styles from the past here: the menacing purr of the title track's bass line comes across as a streamlined interpretation of Resse low end menace, while the arrangement builds and sweeps its way through an icy synth melody that would not have sounded out of place on a vintage Kompakt record. The remix is less dramatic: Vogt has lowered the tempo and the beats tumble along in tune with a bouncier arrangement - but the influence of Kevin Saunderson lingers as the bass rumbles in the background.
This four-tracker from Matthias Vogt is worth checking for lead cut "S-Cat", which brilliantly combines a range of disparate house influences. We can hear echoes of both Jaydee's "Plastic Dreams" and Iz & Diz's boompty classic "Mouth", alongside sci-fi melodies and deliciously deep keys. It's an alluring combination. "Under The Radar" offers more straight-up fluid deepness, albeit with stargazing melodies that evoke memories of early bleep techno. It's weirdly calming, despite a solid dancefloor pulse. The Flow steps up on remix duties, adding a dose of dubbiness and some cute production touches that really bring out the original's flowery piano touches. Most pleasing.