||1.||"WereHouse" (Legowelt remix)|
||2.||"WereHouse" (original mix)|
The quite prolific Italian producer Simoncino adds Echovolt to his already impressive array of record label outlets - Skylax, On The Prowl, Mathematics and Quintessential is a pretty flossy CV by any standards. The Greek label themselves have also impressed with every step they take in their short release history to date, and Simoncino's Werehouse EP continues Echovolt's remit of releasing house music steeped in analogue detail. "Chicago" commences like an off cut from John Carpenter's recording studio before settling into a bewitching melange of chiming melodies, crisp drum patterns and gushing pads. Alongside it "Ocean" applies vast swathes of analogue texture over the rough hewn drum sounds that filter through the run out grooves of countless Mathematics releases and there are of course plenty of seaside effects washed over the top. The flip holds the title track as well as a remix from Echovolt regular and Juno hero Legowelt, which is reason enough to investigate!
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