Westcoast Goddess's previous two releases this year, both of which were released on Let's Play House, showcased a deliciously colourful, retro-futurist take on house that including nods to some very psychedelic electronic music from the 1990s. Here she transfers to Freerange offshoot Delusions of Grandeur and offers up a trio of tracks that make much greater use of squelchy synths, rush-inducing chords and the kind of positive melodies and instrumental choices that were all the rage in the disco and boogie era. Check first the chunky, sunrise-ready dancefloor bliss of "Step Inline (The Narcotic Soul)", before admiring the piano-laden sweetness of the genuinely smile-inducing "The Devil In Mr Holmes (The Erotic Soul)" and "I Might Be OK (The Faithful Soul)", which tips a wink to mid-'80s NYC garage-house productions.
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