This French deep house label is pushing a sound that's a fusion of raw breaks and tech-house sensibilities. This none more present than here on I Don't Need To Have A Name by A Brass K Da Bass. There are three feverish joints on offer from the almost vintage Sheffield warehouse bleeps of the title track to the menacing DJ Shadow-esque "Don't Play" and the light and frothy boogie strutter, "Funk You Up". & My Mother Say also appear, this time lending a minimalist punk-funk rework.
Neo Apparatus Records is a deep house label based out of France that has previously served up work by Julien Guzz, Goki and Lucas Welle but now present Grenoble based Apollo Powder of Sure Cuts Records, Carton-Pate and he's a Maison Underground resident. There's some some sexy late night deepness to be heard on "Solaris", dubby and emotive vibes on the sublime "Ataraxie" and some tougher/tighter tech house action on the lean yet sturdy "Secousse Hypnique". Absolute fire on this EP so keep your eyes on this fledgling producer.