Toronto-based producer Jeremy Glenn has enjoyed an undulating, stop-start career. He enjoyed a productive 2013, though, and here delivers a storming start to 2014. Opener "Wait For The Night" is deep, rolling and smooth, with knowing nods to Mood II Swing-era US garage and the wide-eyed bagginess of Benoit & Sergio. Glenn lets his vocals take centre stage on the similarly warm and woozy "Jump The Fire", which has a distinctive Art Department-meets-Junior Boys feel about it. J Wiltshire's remix is curiously distant, druggy and full of wonky analogue charm; a far cry from his garage-flecked efforts for Hypercolour. Finally, "Loving You" bobs and weaves attractively, wrapping fluid chords and vocals around a typically bumpin' bassline.
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