Dâm-Funk can be relied upon to show you a good time with his low-slung funky style. New three-track EP Architecture is no exception, although Mr Funk does tip his hat to the house style of the label by cutting some deep house flavours into the mix. If anything, that makes things even smoother and groovier. 12” on Saft.
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I've followed Dam Funk's career ever since I found out he liked Prefab Sprout. His music is very different from Paddy and Co and sometimes I find his brand of lo-slung funk a bit too willingly awkward for my smooth ears. Here he offers three tracks on a standalone 12" the opening 'Break Out' is all off kilter drum machines, wandering farty bass lines and squelshy synths. It's sort of house but not as we know it.
The spirit of Prince drifts through 'Hazy Stomp' with its g-funk groove and lite as air synth but closer 'Your House' is as close as Dam Funk gets to lovely. A minimal composition that sounds like the most unfinished thing in the world and dallies inconsequentially but has the sort of insoucient funk charm that belies it's minimalism and justly raises it's game with charming 80's synth lines floating in the summer breeze.
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