Cropper has form for releasing killer material on Blah Blah Blah, bringing the label its first global dancefloor smash in 2013 with the undeniably sizeable "Forever". This belated follow-up is equally as impressive and has already been championed by DJs including Hannah Wants, Richy Ahmed and Huxley. The title track is a thing of great beauty: an evocative vocal number that morphs from a strings and double bass-laden downtempo cut to a bass-heavy dancefloor shuffler midway through. Elsewhere, "Shade" is a jazzy and bluesy, ultra-tactile chunk of deep house with slick tech-house percussion, while Hackman's remix of "Sunlight" sits somewhere between picturesque analogue electronic beauty and weighty, UK funky-influenced deep house. Tip!
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