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|2.||"Don't U" (feat Ursula Rucker) (7:48)|
|1.||"Instrument Of Thought" (6:01)|
|2.||"Tough Love" (5:13)|
|1.||"The Matrix" (5:31)|
|1.||"Hope In Your Hearts" (5:28)|
|2.||"We Should Be Free" (feat Jamie Lidell) (7:07)|
Fabric's offshoot label, Houndstooth, has reached the dizzy heights of a century of releases. Fittingly, they're marking the occasion with a new album from Marquis Hawkes, which is also his first since hyped 2016 debut full-length Social Housing. It's an attractive and punchy affair full of good-time grooves, joyous house workouts, bumpin', Chicago-influenced fare and the kind of luscious, loved-up, garage-influenced deep house goodness that sounds like aural sunshine. While there are a couple of woozier downtempo moments, for the most part it's a deliciously floor-friendly affair, with Hawkes serving up seriously listenable cuts that work both at home and in the club. We actually think it's better than Social Housing, and that was pretty darn tasty.
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