We've previously heaped praise on B From E's superb, hip-hop-influenced deep house productions, urging anyone who will listen to check out his EPs on Tartelet and Copenhagen Underground. While this three-tracker is an altogether tougher and more peak-time focused proposition, the Danish producer has once again delivered a killer release. Check, for example, opener "M1 House", a bouncy chunk of retro-futurist house that wraps sparkling New Jersey melodies, jazzy keys and MK style synth motifs around a throbbing, late '80s style Chicago house groove. Elsewhere, the sun-kissed, loved-up vibes continue on the jazzy and rolling dancefloor bliss of "Sorry Dexter" and "2605 Brothers", a deeper but no less jaunty workout blessed with some seriously spine-tingling chords and a stretchy elastic bassline.
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