|2.||"Many Years Later"|
|1.||"Recollections" (The Cyclist mix)|
|2.||"Recollections" (Cloudface mix)|
Liverpool-based producer Bantam Lions has long been part of the Scenery Records family, helping label boss ASOK launch the imprint with 2012's One To One EP. Here he returns with his third 12" for the label. Lead cut "Recollections" is particularly good, delivering a deep and attractive fusion of fuzzy analogue warm, dreamy melodies and intoxicating chords. He ups the tempo further on "Many Years Later". Which layers dubbed-out chords and swirling textures over an energy-packed techno groove. The accompanying remixes are pretty tasty, too, with The Cyclist particularly impressing with his Detroit techno-goes-lo-fi interpretation of "Recollections". That said, the dreamy, new age-influenced downtempo take from Mood Hut regular Cloudface is pretty darn good, too.
Jane FItz, Ben Sims, Cyclonix, Bantam Lions, SCENERY RECORDS, Session Victim, Juno Recommends Deep House, Paterson, Vorres (Vrrs), Tom Long, Agnostic Rhythm, Joe Montana, Leigh D Oliver, Tommy Finger Jr., Djs: Most Charted - Deep House, Last Mood, Anaxander, Aleqs Notal, Bradford James (DS Records), ASOK
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