Cat: FBR 023 Released:5 January, 2014 Genre:Deep House
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Newly-transplanted-to-Bristol producer Hackman makes good on his allegiance to the city he now calls home with this offering to one of the West Country's most fervent outposts of plush, disco-inflected house music. Lead track "Change My Life" fits neatly into the label aesthetic with its neon daubs of synth and soulful vocal croon over a firm but gentle groove, given extra bite by some rugged rhythmic chops to balance out the sugary melodic blasts. "Lost From Me" takes a more mysterious direction with its spooky snippets of vocal and slippery sampling until the curtain drops on a bombastic chord progression, making for an emotionally powerful romp. "We Make Delicious" is by way of contrast a slow-burner that prefers a stripped-back drum template and plaintive dashes of melody over heavy brushstrokes.
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