Eleven years ago, at what seemed like the peak of his career during the mid-noughties minimal boom: we wouldn't have imagined French tech hero Lee Van Dowski re-surfacing on John Digweed's reputed Bedrock imprint. Van Dowski never stopped going though; take a look at his discography since and you'll see he's appeared on esteemed imprints such as Ilian Tape, Rekids and more recently Crosstown Rebels and its Rebellion diffusion label. Bedrock is a fitting home for the Nine Lives EP. The title track is a brooding and suspense filled serving of dancefloor drama in the vein of the Life & Death sound while "Ban This" sees him do trance with absolute precision: this features the most razor sharp and elevating arpeggio you'll hear this year! Finally, he ends on a deeper tip with "Miss One" which is similar in style to the last offering but is best described as early evening progressive house mood lighting.
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