It’s perhaps down to the breezy, loose intensity of Lullaby (Dub) which makes it so tempting. Though the thrills seeping from the low-slung rhythm section as it winds down into a delicious combination of mood, atmosphere plus a bit of bump and grind are pure magic. This combines a sense of ambience defining a deeper recognition of the possibilities, while sounding equally first rate as a piece of danceable music too. Dub Warehouse does more of the same, this time adding a sense of history into the arrangement via grainy organ stabs. Leaving, Isle to inject more edge to complete the experience with punchy beats plus a swirl of colours dancing along the stereo.
Release: July 19