Back in the spring, Quartet Series founder Nachtbraker launched a new label in his own name via the typically strong "Parmigiana EP". Somewhat predictably, this follow-up is equally as potent. Our pick of the bunch is opener "Leonardo Ceviche", a thrusting, bass-heavy peak-time workout that layers deep space chords and starry synth lines over a chunky techno groove. "One" is, if anything, even more ballsy and bass-heavy, with audible dub-house influences and plenty of energy-creating pots and pans percussion, while "Havel" sees the Dutch producer deliver a glassy-eyed chunk of loved-up deep house lusciousness. Brilliantly, the accompanying "Trip Mix" reinvents the track as a DJ Sotofett style analogue dub workout.
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