One track each from Kassem Mosse and Black Point on this straightforwardly-presented 12” on the Out To Lunch label. Both producers are in a relaxed mood, laying out some really lovely grooves. Unhurried synth lines weave their way around languid basslines and fine-funky beats: Split Vol. 2 really does contain quality material.
12" £8.99 OTL222
12" on Out To Lunch.
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Finding out what is actually going on on some of these dance 12"s is the sort of unsolvable mystery that has surely worried better minds than mine. By a bit of detective work I've realised that this is a split between Kassem Mosse and Black Point - the sleeve offering no further clues as to which track is which. One side is supremely lovely uplifting electronica with gorgeous wafting synths, thumping club beats and a delightful bass line dropping in and out of the mix. The other is darker in texture more like the soundtrack to the twilit drive home rather than the sun dappled drive in. It has cascading and tumbling synths staccato drum machine and ghostly disembodied voices.
Luckily I like both sides so don't find myself in the awkward situation of having to figure out whose track was better.
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