|1.||"True Lies" (5:39)|
|2.||"Circle Life" (6:04)|
|1.||"Pacific Surf" (6:43)|
For his third and final release of the year, Italian Canadian Paolo Rocco makes his debut on French imprint Rutilance with four ageless perceptions of rudimental deep house. "True Lies" slinks in the shadows with husky humanised tones in the same way an old Bret Johnson track would. "Circle Life" chugs more like a Phil Weekes track while "Pacific Surf" rolls with wavy pads that fluctuate gently in the way you might hear in a Doc Martin set. Finally we hit "1994" that struts with some great production touches with the drums right at the front and the pads deep in the background in a way that can't help conjure memories of MAW. Sublime.
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