Like Solomun's recent mix for Watergate, Wowshit captures the crossover taking place between house and pop / R&B. NFTO & Karmon's "Nobody Else" is based on a slinky house groove that filters and builds gently and which supports a soulful vocal. Meanwhile the title track - a solo effort by Karmon - is focused on the dance floor as trancey chords are filtered into a whooshing climax as a warm bassline purrs away in the background. However, the standout track is "Raining Again" by Betoko. Featuring a drawling male asking "how do you feel when you open up your window and it's raining again" its slinky bass and building organ lend it an epic, poppy feeling that's far superior to the Guetta's and Tiesto's of this world.
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