While there have been occasional deviations from their tried-and-tested formula, the vast majority of Tiger & Woods-related releases turn old boogie jams into loopy house gold. This second EP on their Running Back affiliated T&W Records imprint does things a little differently, most obviously by looking to new wave club cuts and Italo-disco jams for inspiration. Icelander Delphi steps up first, expertly cutting up the bass motif and arpeggio lines from what sounds like a vintage cover version of New Order's "Blue Monday". Marco & Val continue the darker theme on "Indiana Tones", expertly building up a clattering drum machine rhythm via the use of moody chords, sparkling electronics and, eventually, a jammed-out synthesizer bassline.
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