Having forged a reputation for delivering deliciously tactile nu disco inspired by '80s boogie and electrofunk, Mullet go slightly off-piste with this latest digital salvo. Markas' "Love" boasts their usual high quota of reveb and delay-laden synths, but its mood is notably darker and housier than previous label releases. It's more nu-disco than electrofunk, but that's no bad thing. The accompanying Re-Dub is sparser, spacier and arguably better, though it does boast less hip-shaking wiggle than the original. Finally, Elijah Collins remixes, sneaking trance like riffs into the mix without losing the original's cool '80s vibe.
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