||1.||"Vok" (Decent mix) (6:45)|
In the six years since he made his debut on Cecille Numbers, Huxley has racked up an impressive number of releases, showcasing his bass-heavy blends of deep house, garage and tech-house on the likes of Hypercolour and Tsuba. It's arguably Aus Music that he's most associated with these days, though, and here he returns to Will Saul's label with another pleasingly varied four-tracker. Opener "Still Love" builds steadily from a dreamy start, eventually turning into a stomping blend of bumpin' drums, heady vocal samples and deft melodies, while "Weapon" is a typically booming UK garage/techno hybrid. Flip for the early '90s revivalism of "Vok (Decent Mix)" - think bleep and rave hardcore influences - and "SinkHOLE", another bass-heavy roller.
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