|2.||"Danserytme" (drum tool) (6:21)|
Erik Skantze introduced himself to the world via a track on Full Pupp's tenth anniversary sampler series back in 2014, but has been made to wait four years for a debut EP proper. It was arguably worth the wait. Certainly, there's much to enjoy throughout the ultra-limited EP, from the darting, acid-fired bass and lo-fi synth stabs of opener "Dancerytme", to the meandering sunrise electronics and sweaty, ever-intensifying military drum machine hits of Scandolearic house workout "Jammy". Elsewhere, Skantze doffs a cap to fellow loved-up Norwegian Telephones via the colourful and dreamy bliss of "Edvardsens" and enjoys a humid percussion workout on the Sotofett-esque "Danserytme (Drum Tool)".
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