|1.||"Bring It Don't Sing It" (part 1)|
|2.||"Bring It Don't Sing It" (part 2)|
Although Fourth Wave's discography has had more than its fair share of Gerry Read releases in its two year lifespan, it's also broken a few equally as impressive new talents in the crossover world of house and bass such as Presk, Felix Lenfenrink and ? ?. The Ramp affiliated label now add another interesting prospect to their roster in the shape of Leibniz, a Leipzig based producer who first emerged with a self titled debut brandishing some noted emotive house via the Fairplay Records label. Possibly informed by a fondness for Germany's finest chocolate biscuit export, Leibniz further demonstrates KM & MM should not be considered the only house music exponents from Leipzig on the three track What Matters 12". Both the title cut and two part B Side production "Bring It Don't Sing It" bring to mind the effervescent chord-heavy Rush Hour Direct Currents output of Cosmin TRG with a little more New Jersey swing.
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