Two years on from the label's launch, Nachtbraker's Quartet Series imprint is really hitting its stride. This expansive, seven-track mini-album comes courtesy of debutant Verner. It's a pleasingly eclectic affair, with the previously unheralded producer successfully turning his hand to becalmed ambient ("The Motion Pictures"), jazz-funk synthesizer action ("Area" and the beat-free "L'Inzio") and heavy dancefloor synth-funk ("Tascladista"). Naturally, there's also a swathe of tasty deep house cuts on show, with highlights including the rubbery futurism of closer "Late Night Job", the mid-tempo sunshine of "Upset" and the dusty, percussion-heavy early morning sludge of "Crash of the Web Era". Impressive stuff, all told.
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