Having spent 2017 delivering releases under a variety of aliases for a number of hyped labels, the duo once again dons the DJ Kush Boogie pseudonym on their first outing on Lobster Theremin since 2016. Melodious and atmospheric throughout, Chardonnay sees the producers deliver a quartet of spacey and becalmed deep house cuts rich in vintage drum machines and Motor City techno inspired electronics. Highlights-wise, we'd point you towards the gentle positivity of "Chardonnay", with its' vintage Floating Points style synthesizer flourishes, though many DJs will undoubtedly be drawn towards the chunky low-end hustle, tough beats and repetitive string samples of "Club Tool 6". We can see the intergalactic bliss and rolling deep house warmth of "The Spot" getting plenty of club plays, too.
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