|1.||"Late Night Studio Moves" (9:27)|
|2.||"You Treat Me Like A Fool" (6:44)|
|1.||"Jazz Kids" (6:55)|
|2.||"Late Night Studio Moves" (The Mole MMD mix) (7:12)|
Over the years, Pitto has done a fine job in balancing his love of uneasy, left-of-centre techno-pop with delivering floor-friendly 12" singles that draw greater influence from late night European clubbing. Late Night Studio Moves, which marks his return after a two-year absence, is as melodic and ear pleasing as you'd expect, but also closer to deep house than many of his previous EPs. Highlights abound, from the exotic, Afro-fired, percussion-and-chant-rich piano house brilliance of opener "Late Night Studio Moves", to the hazy deepness of "You Treat Me Like a Fool" and the '89 Chicago warehouse pump of "Jazz Kids". There's a tasty bonus, too, in the shape of the Mole's woozy, dreamy and effortlessly tactile dream house revision of "Late Night Studio Moves".
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