Review: Next up on Maceo Plex's label is a killer release from Brame & Hamo. Known primarily for their work on their own label as well as Eps for Feel My Bicep, the pair bring old-school influences to bear on "It's Time.." The title track revolves around a repetitive male vocal sample and is underpinned by a buzzing bass, coming across like a modern riff on Panash's classic Jack 2 Jack. Ellum has recruited Steffi to rework the track, and she does a fine job; going deeper with swirling synths and irresistible acid lines, she turns it into a esoteric but dance floor-primed gem.
Review: Dusty, slammed down disco-house cosmiq. Whatever you wanna call it; space western discoteque pop from the techno future is still fun too. With dub trailing atmospheres streaking across the face of tracks like "The Light", all three here surf the skywaves of Detroit techno and Chicago house, lifting key notes and aquatic stabs from somewhere deeper in between too. Ripping key-tars and twangs bring the funk in "Volpi Polari" with "Fluto" going to Eiffel tower heights of Jean Michelle Jarre trance and '90s warehouse beats to lift you high.