Review: Classic NYC house sounds from Closer To Truth main man Alex Agore who has also done stuff on 4 Lux, Royal Oak and No Matter What. "Ultra" is uplifting and soulful and reminds us of Big Apple heyday tunes on the likes of King Street or Strictly Rhythm. As does next offering "Paradox" which follows in suit, but just like those infamous dub versions on the B sides we all used to love. Final offering "In & Out" goes down the deeper and emotive route with some sultry vocals which goes back to the bassline driven vibes once again to lovely effect.
Review: Young Swiss producer Nicolas Meyer follows up a great debut on Hustler Trax earlier this year with the Devil Cell EP for Alex Agore and David Nicol's Closer To Truth label. Starting out with the deeply emotive vibes of "Devil Cell Number" reminiscent of classic Glenn Underground or Boo Williams, he's then on to the supremely uplifting vibes of "Always Drunk People" which will appeal to fans of 6th Borough Project. For something different, there's also the low slung groove of "The Folding Man" to build some more mellower moments on the dancefloor.