Since launching in the spring of 2016, the Ourselves label has barely deviated from its tried-and-tested blueprint. As with previous offerings, this EP serves up a quartet of cuts from deep house producers on the rise. Our highlight is probably the rubbery disco-house jazziness of "Sisters" by Snacks, which offers a perfect balance between horn-heavy sample manipulation and fluid new instrumentation, though Jan Ketel's Rhodes-heavy roller "Charles De Gaulle" isn't far behind. Elsewhere, Siggatunez layers attractive vibraphone solos over a swinging late night house groove on "The Chase", while Luvless pepper a tactile deep house groove with late night riffs and glistening guitars on opener "Cluster Love".
Like its two predecessors, this third EP from the Ourselves label gathers together tracks from a handful of hugely talented producers. Sello kicks things off with the sparkling Latin disco/Balearic deep house fusion of "Loop My Ass", before Jan Kettel and Siggatunez provide a chunkier slab of melodious deep house goodness ("Today is the Past of Tomorrow", which also includes some superb Rhodes flourishes and wobbly acid lines). Jammed-out electric piano lines come to the fore on the brilliant nu-disco/deep house fusion that is "Walnuss Express" by M.Ono and Luvless, while Lootbeg's blissfully melodious and starry "Rememberin" is by far and away the EP's standout moment. Even by his high standards, it's rather special.