Steve Lawler's label ventures to the Romanian capital of Bucharest to source its latest release, from Horatio & Gruia. Available in two versions, the title track is a long, rambling affair. The 'synth version' is powered by rumbling tribal drums and features the whoosh and howl of panning effects. If one listens closely enough the sound of a spooky vocals are also audible. The 'no synth' version is just as evocative with what could be the hypnotic call to prayer at a mosque fused with a rolling rhythm. The same approach is audible on both "Caravan" and "The Ritual". While the former is more upbeat and playful, the latter is shot through with a Middle Eastern samples and spellbinding chants. It makes for tech-house with an intriguing twist.
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