London producer Ash Reynolds serves up four slices of sumptuous contemporary disco that'd work just as well on more disco-oriented deep/soulful house floors as they will in straight-up disco sets. 'Darlin' Bae' itself has a single, surging keyboard riff, male vocal snips and 'Soul Calypso'-like percussion, 'Fall For Love' is a lazy, looping affair with female vox, 'Hold On Me' is in a similar vein but with added brass and filtered, chorus'd vox and finally 'One Thing' veers more towards jazz-funk territory. It's very classy stuff all round, making this a must-have for disco lovers on a pre-Xmas/NYE buying spree!
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