Given their long association with the Luv Shack label, it's quite a surprise to find that Roshambo marks Jakobin & Domino's first EP for the Vienna imprint since 2014. As if making up for lost time, the EP is packed with fresh new cuts. The title track is a dreamy, sun-kissed deep house treat, which benefits greatly from hazy Brazilian vocal samples and a rolling breakbeat backing. "Can't Help It" is a chunkier, New Jersey influenced affair, while the impressive "Mooguai" is a sparkling combination of deep house grooves and spiraling, nu-disco synths. Finally, there are two versions of "Polar 7"; the duo's Chicago acid-influenced original, and a disco-tinged, pumped-up rework from Lukas Poellaur.
Hailing from Gijon in the north of Spain, Poetry in Motion is a concept, a way of life and record label created by Tete de la Course, Paul Rudder, Oui and Hurlee. Next up on their label are Vienna's Jakobin & Domino with some quality deep house music that has seen them release previously on top labels such as Luv Shack Records and Large Music. The sexy late night groove of "Wanna Get Up" is real proper deep house that ticks all the right boxes: lush Rhodes melody, funk bass and backed by dusty rhythm arrangements. The smooth and sexy slo-mo groove continues on "Don't Let Em Getcha" while the ultra-deep closer "True Things Are Rare" nails that soulful and bittersweet Prescription Records style vibe.