Established last year, Lo Shea's Seaghdha imprint has lived up to it's Gaelic meaning (look it up) with a succession of diverse 12"s primed for warehouse action with Lo Shea himself in the handy position of road testing them at the DownLO parties in Sheffield he's a resident at. This fifth volume is testament to why the label is becoming a cult favourite across the board - everyone from Blawan to Maceo Plex is listed on the press release as supporter of the Seaghdha cause. Lead cut "DTB" is Lo Shea at his rowdiest, a rugged house cut that draws from a palette of UK garage, Berghain appropriate techno and 90s rave, whilst "Lo Way" is a low slung DJ tool that has foundation shuddering potential. The B side holds "Shapes" a more effervescent production with mists of sonics that feel strangely reminiscent spiralling atop the expertly chopped rhythmics.
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