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Second EP (includes Nicholas remix)
Cat: SNKY 004. Rel: 15 Sep 14
Deep House
  1. Alaska
  2. Na'am
  3. CUx3 (Nicholas & Marcoradi remix)
  4. Zubr (Ranacat remix)
Review: Londoners Kiwi and Ashworth return to Sneaky for a follow-up to Dawn EP, the warm, dusty and at times experimental release, championed by the likes of Daniel Avery, Eric Duncan and Tiefschwarz.
This Second EP takes a new format, with two original tracks 'Alaska' and 'Na'am' on the A-side, backed up by a Nicholas & Marcoradi remix of CUX3 and Ranacat's remix of Zubr. Alaska could be described as an amalgamation of the inspirations that lead to the first Sneaky release, combining the pumping house beats of CUX3, the comforting Wurlitzer of Zubr and the ethereal movie-soundtrack Dusk. Na'am is something totally different, existing mainly as a collage of recorded and found sounds, avoiding the usual structure of house music in favour of something reminiscent of the weirder side of the Chemical Brothers. Strange though the track may be, the climax would undoubtedly move a room full of pilled up ravers to a state of frenzy. The B-side remixes both hint to dance floors of the 90s, with Nicholas and Marcoradi making you wait and wait before dropping an unforgettable piano hook, whilst Sneaky's Ranacat lifts Zubr out of context and into peak time territory.
With great support from Laurent Garnier, Tensnake, Jef K, Mosca, Dusky, Kiki, to name just a few.
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Dawn EP
Dawn EP (12")
Cat: SNKY 002. Rel: 25 Nov 13
Deep House
  1. CUx3
  2. Dusk
  3. Zubr
Review: Sneaky Music maintain the pressure that the label's debut release from Silk 86 built up, welcoming London pairing Ashworth & Kiwi into the fold with the Dawn EP. South London based Kiwi's music combines influences from disco, funk and house and has notable released on Needwant and Deepshit, whilst East Londoner Ashworth debuted on Balsaal, garnering support from Dixon, DJ T and Josh Wink and recently teamed up with Citizen for Waze & Odyssey's label W&O Street Trax. Lead track 'UCX3' is a drawn-out, gradually swelling, half-euphoric-half-pumping roller, which the guys would be happy to admit was heavily influenced by Pachanga Boys' "Time." Demonstrating a more mellow side, "Zubr" has Ashworth showing off his prowess with the Wurlitzer whilst "Dusk" is arguably the wild card. Staying clear of the drum machines, this track paints a subtlety epic picture with a reverb-drenched piano and folksy violin drones, all being driven forwards by an ominous pulsating Moog bass.
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