Sometimes, two-minute sound clips don't do a track justice. That's certainly the case for Liquid Phonk's original version of "In The End There Is A Smile", a slow-burning delight that builds magnificently over 11 mesmerizing minutes. Beginning as a breezy chunk of rolling Afro-jazz deepness, it slowly morphs into a piano-heavy chunk of blissful deep house positivity midway through, before breaking down to a minute of dexterous drums at the end. Honestly, it's breathlessly brilliant. Lovebirds provides the headline remixes, turning in both a deep Afro-house shuffler and a brilliant, nine-minute drum dub for those who like to play around with percussion. The final rework comes from old pals Rainer Truby and Corrado Bucci, whose glistening, Balearic house interpretation may be the EP's most rush-inducing moment.
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