Review: Following on from last year's 'Spazio Segreto' EP, UK producer Factory Sequences returns to Tensnake's True Romance label with another simple two-tracker. Both cuts operate in that currently much-frequented region of the musical spectrum where Italo/cosmic disco meets progressive house, and as such either will go down well on floors that like it epic and synth-tastic. That's not to say there's no variety on offer, though, with 'The Heart Of Dark Matter' the pick for peaktime dancefloors while 'Luminous' is a slightly more drifty, contemplative kinda cut that'll be better suited to very late or post-club play.
Review: Tensnake's True Romance label (est. 2017) gather together the cream of their 2020 output on a five-track EP featuring cuts from Maxi Meraci, Kocleo, Street Player, Factory Sequences and Melon Bomb. The EP as a whole operates in the vague hinterland between disco-house and nu-disco, with Street Players' 'Feel My Love' sitting most firmly in the former camp, Factory Sequences' oddly-titled 'Kvcf' most firmly in the latter and the other three cuts somewhere in the middle, while the jazzy keys and disco strings on Melon Bomb's 'Sweetness' make it the standout to these ears.