Deep house from the heavily electronic, more leftfield side is the order of the day on this debut long-player from Los Angeles-based Etari. After the obligatory beatless ambient intro, 'Euphoric Disclaimer' comes on like Larry Heard getting a fit of inspiration from listening to a Youngsta CD, the title track is a more floaty, dreamy, Balearica kinda cut, 'Funky Fuchsia' is all stuttered beats, long drawn-out pads and much use of echo/reverb-style FX, and so it goes on... definitely one for home listening rather than the dancefloor, but worth investigating if your house tastes tend towards the more cerebral.
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