Renowned analogue fetishist Simone Vescovo makes a welcome return, popping up on the mighty Creme Organization with another EP of spine-tingling late night atmospherics. As with his recent LP for Mathematics, Open Your Eyes, Vescovo plays around with moods and tempos, delivering a pair of impeccable synthesizer soundscapes (the brilliant "Interval I" and "Interval II") and a trio of vintage house tracks. With its undulating melodies, clattering Chicago drums and melancholic chords, "Tape 1" sounds like Behaviour-era Pet Shop Boys produced by Larry Heard. There's more Heard influence on the gorgeous, heartbreaking "Tape II", while "Tape III", with its winding new age melodies and hissing cymbals, sounds like a long lost Burrell Brothers' Nu Groove-era masterpiece.
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