If grown-up deep house with oodles of dancefloor grunt is your thing, there's a fair chance that you already own a fair few EPs by Graham Luckhurst AKA Greymatter. His latest outing for Quintessentials naturally ticks similar boxes, even if it does open with two deliciously pitched-down workouts. "Sans Rouge" sounds like a jazz-flecked fusion of The Revenge's slow house jams and the cut-up sample-house antics of S3A, while "Royale" is a loopy, sharply edited head-nodder built around samples from a dewy-eyed disco-soul number. Peak-time thrills arrive via the thumping beats and heavily manipulated disco-soul loops of "Move Slow (12" Mix)" and Billy O, a tipsy but groovy slab of choppy MPC house that once again leans heavily on short, occasionally filtered loops from a sugary soul track.
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