Duowe & Picasso inhabit the space between deep house and techno, but they have still managed to carve out their own niche. This is audible on A Trip To Marsh, where the tracks sound like a contemporary take on the type of late 90s/early 00 tech-house that appeared on Swag's labels. While that term may have since become devalued, the aesthetics that set the original, authentic sound apart make a welcome appearance here. Tripped out tones and a time-stretched bass unravel over rolling drums on "Body Glitch". Meanwhile, the duo opts for a deeper variant of this sound on "HAL9000" - replete with out samples from 2001: A Space Odyssey. "Trip Hazard" is a wonderfully woozy break beat-led affair, while that connection to original tech-house continues courtesy of the walking bass and jazzy chords of "Everloop"
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