Yam Records founder and sometime Rhythm Section International contributor Tom Esselle has never been particularly prolific production wise, but when he does break cover it's always worth paying attention. Certainly, there's plenty to set the pulse racing on this tidy five-tracker for Wolf Music Recordings. For proof, check the bumpin', sax-sporting swing of garage-flecked deep house wonder 'Can I Get a Bump (featuring 3Digits)', the vintage St Germain style jazzy deep house smoothness of 'Better Than Never' and the impeccable broken beat soul of killer closing cut 'Let Me Love You (featuring Lizzie Berchie)'. Elsewhere, 'R-Type (Just Beats)' is a dense, dark, moody percussion workout for pitch-black basements and 'Wayne's Lament' is a loose-limbed, Rhodes-heavy deep house treat.
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