The brilliantly named Jazz Cabbage label makes its bow with an EP from little-known Slovenian collective YGT (short, apparently, for "Your Gay Thoughts"). As with previous label releases, the emphasis is on exploring the intersection between jazz and eyes-closed deep house. Check, for example, the rather wonderful opener "Uwtb", where alien synth lines and glassy-eyed chorus vocals rise above a sleepy but floor-friendly broken house groove and stoned jazz-funk bass, and the double bass-propelled quirkiness of "Mary Lou". Arguably best of all, though, is "Midnight Sun", an electric piano-sporting workout rich in rubbery slap bass and dusty drums. Steve Strip pops up to remix the latter, re-casting it as a heavy and punchy chunk of West London broken beat brilliance.
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