Phlowgod's "Summer" was arguably the standout cut on Salt Mines' brilliant launch 12", so it's good to see him return to the Aussie imprint following a fine debut EP for Echovolt. He begins with two contrasting versions of "Dubplate". The first is fuzzy, wonky and out-there, smothering heavy bass, post-dubstep rhythms and drowsy chords in layers of dust and grime. While the second is similarly lo-fi in feel, it sees Phlowgood return to his usual deep house drums. Flipside "O" feels like the kind of off-kilter techno crustiness you'd hear on Lobster Theremin, while closer "Amalfi" is a hazy chunk of slo-mo deepness for those fragile, post-club moments.
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