This is the fourth EP the Paris legends Dan Ghenacia and Chris Carrier have made together over the last year, and it's just as fresh as their previous efforts with plenty of bounce, depth and funk.
First up on the A-side is 'The Blue Grass', a deeply sensual cut with a potent low end. Therein lies the groove, which is utterly captivating - made to get you writhing with glee, this one is aimed straight at the hips. Alongside that sleazy bassline we have jazzy notes, swinging percussion and otherworldly bleeps and chirps. All of which makes it a great intro to this sterling EP. On the flip side, we have 'Blue Stick', another ridiculously groovy riddim with warped voices floating above a set of crispy beats and a raw undercurrent of emotion. Minimal in composition, and the effect is deadly. Lastly, to close out the three-tracker, it's 'Kind Of Blues' (can you spot the theme here!). When it starts off, this one is a stomper with a moody expression. The beats are hefty, the bass morose and the analogue effects strangely cosmic. More twisted vocals are filtered in the background, giving this one its weird hook. The vocal reveals itself in the breakdown midway through before the track bounds on to its finale. Dan Ghenacia and Chris Carrier deliver three firebombs, perfect dance floor material with tight grooves and killer production. Would you expect anything less! Go get em...