With its hazy vocal samples, tactile riffs and touchy-feely melodies, "Slow Down" is the deep house equivalent of having your oily nether regions gently groped by the man or woman of your dreams. It's closer to deep house than nu-disco, if truth be told, but like most Kolour releases it sits somewhere between the two genres, bobbing along at a serious head-nodding pace. Frank Brooker ups the tempo a few notches on his deliciously deep late night take, while Ethyl explores the potential of vintage drum machines on his version. The EP also includes a brilliantly deep and melodic solo cut from Lokiboi, "Soul Twist", alongside a delay-laden tweak from Rhythm Operator.
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