Since launching in the spring of 2016, the Ourselves label has barely deviated from its tried-and-tested blueprint. As with previous offerings, this EP serves up a quartet of cuts from deep house producers on the rise. Our highlight is probably the rubbery disco-house jazziness of "Sisters" by Snacks, which offers a perfect balance between horn-heavy sample manipulation and fluid new instrumentation, though Jan Ketel's Rhodes-heavy roller "Charles De Gaulle" isn't far behind. Elsewhere, Siggatunez layers attractive vibraphone solos over a swinging late night house groove on "The Chase", while Luvless pepper a tactile deep house groove with late night riffs and glistening guitars on opener "Cluster Love".
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