Swiss producer Pascal Viscardi is said to take his cues from the '90s NYC scene and the legendary squelch of Chicago's acid house heyday. On the How To Cover Up A Clear Blue Sky EP he delivers some selections just as deep as their titles may suggest such as on "Where Pathways Meet" with its smooth Rhodes keys and bouncing Juno 106 bass, it's just so emotive! On "Oshakusan" (OK so we don't exactly know what this means) he goes for that classic Frankie Knuckles style groove: oh so sensual! Then finally on "And I Showed The Clouds (How To Cover Up A Clear Blue Sky)" it's his masterpiece on here; this beatless ambient house journey is just oozing deeply with soul.
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