For the first time in 2018, Canadian duo Kenny Glasgow and Jonny White don the Art Department alias and head for peak-time dancefloors. They begin with "Sour Jazz", where drowsy woodwind and brass samples tumble down over fizzing drum machine beats and thrillingly squidgy analogue bass. There's more of a muscular feel to the chunky, boompty-driven bump of "721" - think Derrick Carter via Sound Factory - while closer "Roots Deep", which boasts a preaching spoken word vocal from Roland Clark and contributions from Todd Terry, is a sleazy, acid-flecked late night delight blessed with some especially alien synth lines.
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