Berlin-based Argentine Leo Grunbaum has a reputation for atmospheric, soundtrack style deep house music that draws heavily on Balearica, tech-house and nu-disco for inspiration. Interestingly, this outing on All Day I Dream appears to be his first single for nearly six years. He starts in confident mood, wrapping Aerial East's deliciously atmospheric vocals around twinkling pianos and tactile, tech-tinged grooves on brilliant opener "Bloom". Safa provides a brilliant, Balearic-minded downtempo remix of the same track, full of Flamenco style Spanish guitars and swirling atmospherics, before Victor Magro joins Grunbaum for the rich, jazz-flecked deep house jam "Amarone". The wavering sax lines, metronomic grooves and foreboding chords of "Cruxes Credo" complete a fine package.
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