Previously, Drumpoet Community has provided a platform for emerging artists like John Daly and Sascha Dive - can it now do the same for Manuel Fischer? Having debuted on Oskar Offerman's label in 2015, he brings a left of centre approach to bear on Iris. "Forellus" boasts broken down drums, harpsichord and an acid bass, while "Motel Paradiso" sees Fischer provide a straighter iteration of this sound. On the title track, he again showcases his love of mixing 303s and musical elements over a jerky rhythm, while "Luxury Girl" is the smoothest, most conventional deep house groove on offer here. One thing is for certain; like Dive and Daly before him, we'll be hearing a lot more of Manuel Fischer.
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