Tel Aviv producer Naduve rose to prominence a couple of years back via fine releases on Disco Halal, Multi-Culti, Rothmans and CockTail d'Amore Music, but has been strangely silent since. Thankfully this belated trip "Back To Work" (sorry) proves he's not lost any of his edge. The title track, for example, is a near perfect fusion of exotic, out-there synthesizer work, off-kilter drum machine rhythms and undeniably foreboding synth-bass, while "Pekana Taka" sees him pepper a chugging, hypnotic groove with fluttering synthesizer lines and dreamy, otherworldly chords. There's a slightly rockier feel to the exotic psych-chug of "Ze Hazman", which sounds like a genuine dancefloor winner, while the Xen Revox of "Back To Work" successfully throws alluringly dreamy female vocals and pulsating grooves into the mix.
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