Over the last few years, Ian Blevins has released a handful of uniformly excellent EPs on some seriously storied record labels, not least Lovefingers' ESP Institute and Aussie imprint Not An Animal. Predictably, his latest outing - a label debut for Man Power's Me Me Me stable - is also rather good. Many will fall for the dreamy warmth of "Serpent", where elongated, alien-sounding chords and gentle acid lines cruise along above a sweaty, loose-limbed analogue house rhythm, while "Unse" is dark, druggy and foreboding with Orbital style lead lines and restless, heavyweight drums. Austin Alto's remix of "Serpent" is as saucer-eyed, breezy and melodious as analogue-rich house music gets, while Kiwi's take on "Unse" mis metallic, sub-heavy and driving with occasional melodic flourishes.
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