|1.||"Kingston-Throop Stop" (6:32)|
|2.||"Nostrand Stop" (6:09)|
|1.||"Franklin Stop" (5:56)|
|2.||"Fulton Stop" (6:41)|
Once upon a time, Brooklyn's James Duncan was best known for being Morgan Geist's trumpeter of choice, despite a history of producing deep house stretching back to the tail end of the '90s. Happily, he's in fine form on this WNCL Records release, effortlessly blending a variety of vintage influences on four dusty, basement-friendly house-jams. Throughout, the beats and basslines bump, the chords are deep and wavy, and the vocal samples recall the Halcyon days of U.S deep house. Duncan's grooves doff a cap to both New York and New Jersey, while also boasting a grasp of UK house and techno flavours.
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