Like so many of his minimal contemporaries, Dapayk Solo aka Niklas Worgt has attempted to move from stripped back rhythms into more soulful house territories. However, unlike most of his peers, Worgt is one of the few artists who has successfully achieved this transition. It is evident on Let Go, where the dense drums and insane squealing sax of "Upyo" recalls classic Derrick Carter and the airy strings and rolling groove on "Nekan" has echoes of late 90s London tech-house. The best indictment of Worgt's shift is the title track, where hissing percussion and insistent chord builds show a rawness lacking in nearly all nouveau deep house productions.
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