Matt Swift's Shabby Doll imprint has enjoyed a strong 2014, delivering quality singles from the likes of Nail, South West Seven, Ste Roberts and James Welsh. Here, Swift turns to fast-rising, LA-based Londoner Urula, AKA producer Taylor Freels. Opener "Banshee Boardwalk" builds a killer deep house cut around a classic rock break, with hazy chords and picturesque melodies slowly stretching out over the crunchy, live-sounding groove. There's a classic piano house feel about the hustling "Heaven Unlimited", while Daj hook-up "BeforeHandMan" is a classic chunk of Detroit-influenced tech-soul at a deep house tempo. Finally, James Welsh remixes the latter track, turning it into an alien chunk of foreboding deep house soul.
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