|1.||Chris Mitchell - "Parallel Symbiotic" (7:09)|
|2.||Lowris - "C_crete" (6:09)|
|1.||Matthew Herbert - "Earthenware" (6:32)|
|2.||Lazare Hoche - "Spank" (6:39)|
Having previously paid tribute to afternoon shuffling and late night raving, Concrete Music here pays tribute to the joys of daybreak dancing. They've assembled an impressive cast-list of producers to join them in early morning sun worship, with Matthew Herbert's eccentric, melodious "Earthenware" the house equivalent of a 21st century pagan ritual fuelled by happy pills. There's a similarly overpowering blissfulness about the tactile deep house goodness of Chris Mitchell's tech-tinged "Parallel Symbiotic". Not to be outdone, Lazare Hoche weighs in with "Spank", a woozy, dreamy deep house cut so fuzzy and life affirming that it should come with a health warning.
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