Many producers have returned to deep house, but in the case of Dirty Culture, it sounds like they have embraced the garage sound of New York. "After" has an irresistible shuffle to it, with the robust steely drums reminiscent of Todd Edwards and the filtered chord breakdown certain to remind older listeners of the time during the late 90s when UK house and garage was a blurry, indistinct mass. "Dusty Girls" has a more contemporary flavour, as wood block drums support a searing acid line, and the remixes, by Sean Danke and Clark Davis, retain this modern day feel, with glitchy percussion and lithe, minimal rhythms prevailing.
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