|1.||"Soul Value" (Jersey Groove) (5:29)|
|2.||"Soul Value" (Euro Groove) (6:22)|
|1.||"Soul Value" (99 Adrenaline Groove) (6:36)|
|2.||"Soul Value" (Exotic Dream Groove) (6:25)|
NAFF's latest glassy-eyed dancefloor workout comes from Housemates, a new production pairing comprised of established Montreal producers Adam Feingold (AKA Ex-Terrestrial) and Francis Latrelle (AKA Priori). In both its "Jersey Groove" and "Euro Groove" forms, "Soul Value" is colourful, tactile and deliciously loved-up, with snaking synth-sax lines meandering over a hugely positive and summery backing track. In truth, both versions sound like they drew much influence from both original Italian "dream house" and the early work of Dream 2 Science man Ben Cenac. The former influence floats to the fore on Lamusa II's irresistible "Exotic-Dream" mix, while fellow Canadian Florist serves up a thrillingly bass-heavy, breakbeat-laden revision ("99 Adrenaline Groove") that looks to early British breakbeat hardcore for inspiration.
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