It's been a while since Pete Dafeet appeared on Lost My Dog, the label he co-founded with fellow East Midlands native Strakes. Fittingly, "Stutter" is arguably his best for some time. The action revolves around snappy, carefully programmed beats with a delightfully steppy quality. There's a rubbery synth bassline and some seriously alien melodies, too, giving the whole thing a great deep house/NY house/nu-disco fusion feel. Mancunian drummer-turned-deep house type Moodymanc offers up two percussion-laden remixes. Of these, it's the hectic, almost tribal Drum Dub that really hits the spot. Bonus track "Rush" is worth a listen, too, if only for its effortlessly cool, mid-90s NYC house vibe.
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