These two tracks have been causing a commotion ever since they dropped on vinyl earlier in the year. They come from two of the UK's fastest-rising dusty deep house talents, former 22a and Rhythm Section International man Henry Wu and veteran Cardiff beat-maker Earl Jeffers. Opener "Projections", with its' Kyoto Jazz Massive style pianos, Roy Ayers vibraphones, jazz-funk bass and skipping deep house drums, is not only utterly sublime, but also as musically expansive as they come. "Hi Life" is, if anything, even more positive, with the duo trading piano and synthesizer solos lover huggable chord sequences and bumping, New Jersey inspired drums. House records this rich and musically potent don't come along that often, so make sure you don't sleep on this one.
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