Looking to Bristol for their debut release, Argot offshoot Tasteful Nudes launches in illustrious fashion with this record from Borai. More commonly seen alongside fellow Bristolian October with respected transmissions for Apple Pips and BRSTL, Borai's first solo endeavour shows he's got talent in abundance across two tracks that are intent on delivering pure pleasure, rather than questing for some unknown territory on the outer reaches of electronic music. Led cut "Moonlight On The Malago" is all about the harmonising effect that the sunny keys and delay laden chords have on your sense. It's quite the coincidence that the Sun's in full effect outside the Juno office since this record arrived. On the flip, Borai's clever usage of the "Think" break adds a party starting element to "Does It Bother You?" that proves as rewarding as it does surprising.
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