Relmer aka Jelmer Schutte lands on Rush Hour with this fine five-tracker. Inspired by Chicago house and Detroit techno throughout, the most dance floor-focused iteration is "Bummer Paradise", a chord-heavy driving groove. "Naked Chimp" is a more stripped back affair, with this fast-rising producer dropping a drum-heavy workout that's peppered with looped vocal samples. There's also a more considered flavour to Relmer's productions: on the title track the use of crystalline synths and rich strings transport the listener to a place close to the esoteric sounds of Detroit Escalator Company, while "Strange Movement" is a wonderfully balmy deep house groove.
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