Yard Two Stone (feat Jens Kuross) - (4:29) 123 BPM
The Gift - (4:06) 124 BPM
How Often (feat Kauf) - (4:15) 122 BPM
Howling Hand - (4:45) 121 BPM
The Flood (feat Nevve) - (4:47) 123 BPM
Don't Let Me Go (feat Arctic Lake) - (4:34) 124 BPM
The Rope (feat POLICA) - (4:55) 122 BPM
Review: Two years on from his last album-length outing under the Lane 8 alias, tech house/progressive house fusionist Daniel Goldstein returns with an action-packed set featuring a mixture of songs and instrumentals. "Brightest Lights" is melodious, imaginative and musically intricate, with Goldstein effortlessly jogging between sun-baked mid-tempo workouts, icy synth-pop influenced goodness, cheery dancefloor workouts and the kind of glistening electronic goodness that sounds as good on the radio as it does in the club. At a notably dull and depressing time of the year, this kind of celebratory musical positivity is more than welcome.
Review: Argentinians Zagitar (Mango Alley) and homeboy Who Else(Get Physical/Knee Deep In Sound) serve up some captivating grooves on this four-track EP for Aussie imprint Balance Music, where they combine for an exciting release which will satiate those looking to inject some excitement into their DJ sets. Delve deep into the exotic on "Circus" where a razor sharp bassline rides atop of majestic middle eastern folk arrangements. For something a bit different, they serve up some lo-slung indie dance shenanigans on "Map 76" in the same vein of of Israeli heroes such as Red Axes and Niv Ast, while crossing genre boundaries once more on the addictive tech house/nu-disco/minimal hybrid of "Hipster".