After Assemble Music enjoyed one of its strongest years in 2014, the Portugese minimal and generally oddball house imprint call upon one of their regular guests, Daze Maxim, although this time he's brought long time collaborating friend Patrick Specke along for the ride. "Battery" moves like a finely chiseled electro cut in the Bunker tradition, keeping things a little grubby and sinister in preparation for the more primal sounds bouncing around in "Drag Me". That leaves it to "Chromosome" to bring some lighter fare to the B2 with its cheery chords fed into an ever-so-slightly dislocated house groove.
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