Given Demuir's lengthy career and impressive discography (he's previously released on Farris Wheel, Stickman, MadTech and Nite Grooves, amongst others), you'd expect this EP of high-profile collaborations to be rather good. It is, of course, with the Toronto producer and pals flitting between Dixieland jazz-sampling "boompty" business (Tommy Largo hook-up "On Dat High"), full throttle, cowbell-driven heaviness ("Good Ol Days" with old pal DJ Sneak), and seductive West Coast deep house warmth (Mark Farina collaboration "Mr Black & The Dance"). Interestingly, the latter excursion comes accompanied by a chunkier Dub mix and a mix-friendly "Stripped Back Beatz" drum tool.
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