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|1.||"Endless Quest" (6:40)|
|1.||"Damn Frogs" (5:58)|
|2.||"Benefit Of The Doubt" (5:41)|
Buoyed by the success of two tasty 12" singles on Casa Voyager, Moroccan electro explorer Youssef "Kosh" Benjelloun brings his brand of robo-funk to Eudemonia for the very first time. The EP itself is pleasingly varied, with the Casablanca-based rising star effortlessly flitting between far-sighted futurist techno warmth (the mid-'90s peak-time bliss of "Endless Quest"), deep and glacial electro bliss (the psychedelic electronics, ambient style melodies and bustling drums of "Trespassing"), warm and dreamy club electro (the yearning, dewy-eyed brilliance of "Damn Frogs") and the kind of crunchy, breakbeat-driven ambient techno that's currently undergoing something of a renaissance (seductive closing cut "Benefit Of The Doubt").
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