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|1.||Gobi - "White Dwarf"|
|2.||Lock Eyes - "Behinf"|
|1.||Tominori Hosoya - "Saki"|
|2.||Subjecktive - "Point Of View"|
With a rich assortment of fresh talent in their fold, the Blind Jacks Journey crew are doing a sterling job of representing the North Yorkshire region as an area of discerning taste in the cluttered realm of deep house. Gobi is up first with "White Dwarf", which comes on primal and nasty with its tough box beats and scuffed synth bass, sitting in stark contrast to the more elegant, searching ruminations of Lock Eyes' "Behinf". Tominori Hosoya is equally soothing as "Saki" drifts out in a haze of illustrious pads, gently twitching beats and brooding bass. Subjecktive's "Point Of View" spends plenty of time hovering behind the need to kick a beat off, letting soulful vocal slithers and mournful synth unfurl for a good long while before working some rhythm into proceedings.
Owen Jay (Batti Batti / Gauss ), Ben Sims, Ian Blevins, Tomi Chair, Life Recorder, Owain Kimber (Owain K), Kone-R (Uncharted Audio), Justin Van Der Volgen, Jacques Renault, Bradley Zero, Juno Recommends Deep House, Jamie Fatneck, Jimini, Djs: Most Charted - Deep House, Cecil (artfuldivision), Nachtbraker
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