Despite the warm glow of nostalgia promised by the title, The Golden Ravedays is not the weighty, thrill-a-minute voyage into hardcore revivalism some may expect. Instead, it sees veteran German producer Superpitcher deliver a pair of fireside-warm, loved-up outings that sit closer to Balearic pop than sweaty, warehouse-friendly club smashers. A-side "Little Raver" sees him singing a hazy song about a long-lost dancer over a rich, warm, evocative and decidedly lo-fi pop backing. B-side "Snow Blind" is an altogether sunnier affair, with cascading electronics, dreamy chords and tumbling melody lines wrapping themselves around a chugging, head-nodding dancefloor groove.
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