By now, we should all know what to expect from Wolf Music's now notorious split EPs, namely high grade deep, often '90s US garage-influenced house. This instalment is no different, and delivers a quartet of tasty morsels. Session Victim open proceedings with the hypnotic, bluesy, disco-tinged late night hustle of "Random Blues", before Medlar gets out the bongo-laden disco percussion, rolling grooves and atmospheric keys on "Carry It". Squarehead's "Be Without" offers some wide-eyed US garage revivalism in a contemporary context (think classic diva vocal samples, warm keys and skippy, Basement Boys-influenced beats), while Ishmael utilizes some sparkling chords and deeper grooves on the excellent "Au Juju".
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