|1.||Amir Alexander - "I Remember House When House Was House" (feat Cecilia Bruun Hansen) (7:11)|
|1.||Nicson & An Gelo - "Hold Your Horses" (8:03)|
|2.||Thomas Wood - - "Always Underground" (6:19)|
Barcelona's Subwax emporium is an umbrella company for a variety of different labels and acts as a distributor for them, too. For this year's Record Store Day festivities, their Subwax Bcn sublabel returns with a tightly knit collaborative EP by some of the clan's most trusted affiliates. The always on-point Amir Alexander touches down with a stepping, sci-fi-leaning house cut in the shape of "I Remember House When House Was House"; Nicson and An Gelo spin the gears down into deep mode with "Hold Your Horses", and Thomas Wood's "Always Underground" takes care of the dancefloor jerking thanks to its rolling, bumping Chicago-inspired bassline.
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