If you're going to base a release around samples, it is only fair to make the best and cleverest uses out of your chosen source material. It's an approach that Bruch & Junior have adopted on "Runway", and it pays dividends. The title track is a firing percussive affair, but the soulful vocal sample lends it a soulful, old school feeling that so many contemporary 'tool' tracks lack. Likewise "Seat No Fastbelt", which revolves around another familiar vocal sample, while the organ solo on "Whatcha Want" is reminiscent of Jaydee's classic "Plastic Dreams". Best of the lot though is "Jazzbians", which samples a jazz piano solo that is then filtered and looped, building gradually through the arrangement until it becomes the focal point. A job well done.
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