Over the last few years, Zigan Aldi has carved a niche as a tech-house producer who is not afraid to pepper his productions with mystical instrumentation and humid, intoxicated aural textures. He continues that approach on this solid five-track salvo, alternating between exotic and quietly psychedelic floor-fillers (see opener "Olin", with its tactile European tech-house beats and bazouki style motifs) and slower, even deeper excursions (the dreamy and near horizontal slo-mo house of "Seems to Be". We'd argue that the standout is probably rolling deep house cut "Miracle (featuring Sandeck)", which sounds like the result a dancefloor dream about being high in Turkey, though the bolder, darker and more percussive "In My Face" is almost as impressive.
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