Since making his debut eight years ago, Cairo-based Fulltone has offered up occasional EPs that tend towards the gleefully melodious, emotive and tech-tinged end of the deep house spectrum, making him a perfect signing for Lee Burridge and Matthew Dekay's All Day I Dream imprint. There's plenty to get your Serotonin levels rocketing across the EP, starting with the picturesque lusciousness of 'Love in Space', where twinkling synthesizer melodies rise and fall atop a shuffling, tech-tinged deep house groove. 'Castles in the Air' is warmer and woozier musically, with crunchier drum sounds and more nods towards the melodious end of tech-house, while 'Happy Accidents' is a bubbling tech-house roller smothered in gorgeous piano motifs. Finally, 'Oceans of Wisdom' cannily joins the dots between electro, deep-tech and flowery progressive house.
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