Although Ryan Aitchison AKA Mella Dee initially founded Warehouse Music to showcase his rave-igniting wares, he's recently started using the label to showcase other artists' tracks. For this EP he's turned to Iile Records regular Leo Pol, a French producer whose reputation is undoubtedly rising fast. The Parisian producer is in fine form from the off, wrapping tactile deep house chords, undulating piano lines, and jaunty bass around a pumping, peak-time ready beat on "Privet". He goes in even harder on the insanely sub-heavy, electro-meets-techno bounce of standout "Xeniouski", before delivering a more robotic form of electro on "I Know What You Want". Closer "A Base De Kus", meanwhile, is a deliciously dark and mind-altering slab of acid-fired techno intensity.
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