Review: Everyone's favourite Matt Karmil returns to Smalltown Supersound with the STS371 album just like he did just some two years ago. With his roots situated somewhere around Idle Hands territory, the UK artist's sound has made its way to fantastic records for Yume and Endless Flight before, with his second LP for Smalltown a most welcome landing. The 10-minute long "Breezy" is exactly that, with heavy dubbed out electro there in "PB". Mega deep kicks in "Hard" to the broken down hip hop instrumentals in "Congo". "Still Not French" sounds like what making tea with Powder could sound like somewhere in Japan and for ambient house sessions go to "Snail Shower". Furthermore there's pumping techno Matt Karmil style is in "SR/WB" and hazier dubs in "210". Best thing since Benjamin Brunn and Move D's Let's Call It A Day.
Bit Of Garden (Prins Thomas remix) - (6:59) 60 BPM
Review: More remix hits from the Smalltown Supersound machine that is Prins Thomas, master engineer over there in Norway. The man in mention plies his hand to two Yoshinori Hayashi numbers taken from the artist's 2018 Ambivalent album. What can we say, a sweet kick drum creams an already huge mix in "0208", while falling keys and mirrored pianos play the motif over the interstellar bassline and progressions of "Bit Of Garden". Pumping tones and a dub sensation of electronics have a time of their life too with the ringing vibraphones of "Geckos" and the cosmic exotica of Bjorn Torske's remake.