It may only be two tracks deep, but Ben Gomori's first outing for Tensnake's True Romance label could well be his best solo release to date. That's a bold claim given the Monologues and Sterns Edits founder's track record in recent years, but it's one we stand by. For proof, check first superb opener 'Choom', a bustling, off-kilter and peak-time ready chunk of jacking analogue house/disco-fusion rich in booming bass, cut-up orchestral stabs, sweaty drums, mind-mangling acid lines and sampled vocals. Equally as inspired is Ground Plain Aerial hook-up 'Karumi', where twinkling piano motifs, dreamy vocalisations and glassy-eyed chords rise above stuttering, delay-laden proto-house drums and a Boyd Jarvis style bassline.
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