|1.||Max Casebolt - "Kate" (7:03)|
|2.||Liou - "Catnip" (7:41)|
|1.||Kepler - "Fusion" (6:35)|
|2.||The Willers Brothers - "Move Back" (6:30)|
To date, the Daydream France imprint has largely specialized in multi-artist, compilation style EPs that showcase tracks from a range of rising stars. This fourth label release predictably takes a similar approach, serving up a quartet of tracks that blend the chunky, bassline-driven warmth and rhythmic swing of deep house with the spacey, far-sighted ethos of original Motor City futurism. This is most evident on the opening and closing tracks, where Max Casebolt and the Willers Brothers respectively fix deep space riffs and intergalactic chords to dextrous, two-step influenced broken house grooves. Yet it can also be heard on Kepler's luscious and bouncy "Fusion", where held-note chords and shuffling, tech-house style beats catch the ear, and within the gentle sunrise breeziness of Liou's "Catnip".
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