The Annunaki Cartel imprint is back on its feet with yet more cinematic house magic, and we're glad to see them back after a relatively slow start to 2016. Co-founder Chris Mitchell sets the scene this time with the deep and mystical house experiment called "Remnants", a track that is eerie and filled with enough oddity to be easily accepted in a techno set. The B-side contains "Opinions Are Prisons", a glitchy slice of cerebral brain dynamite - we're particularly into its raw, flangered drums - and the killer that is "Succubi", a rolling house cut that reminds us of Omar S at his darkest and most menacing. Pure underground house from one of the most underrated labels in the game.
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