Lee Burridge and Matthew Dekay's All Day I Dream started off as a party concept, then a music label of the same name which captured the sound of their decadent daytime rooftop parties around the world: their Stateside ones being the most raved about. Since then, they have defined their own aesthetic and you just know what one of their new records will entail: sun-kissed tech house on the deeper tip with evocative orchestral arrangements and blissed out vibes. Their new one comes from Frenchman in Berlin (by way of Sydney) Yokoo, who teams up with Retza on "Euneirophrenia" a slinky and sexy groove with the mandatory symphonies and some hypnotic bongos. On the flip, there's something a bit more upbeat and certainly more immersive on the dubby house of "Tarantism" while the rolling and bass driven "Yugen" proves the EP's finest moment.
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