|1.||"Black Gum" (6:52)|
|2.||"Don't Steal My Liquor" (5:35)|
|1.||"Cocos Karma" (5:56)|
|2.||"Com Truise" (6:31)|
There's something particularly addictive about "Black Gum", the title track from Tiago Walter's latest rock solid EP. It's something of a winner, all told, with Walter wrapping a heavy, darting analogue bassline and skipping beats in spacey, ricocheting synth riffs and far-sighted electronics. There's plenty to enjoy elsewhere, too, with the futurist deep house bounce of "Don't Steal My Liquor" and stomping "Cocos Karma" - all vintage Micro-house riffs, jaunty motifs and sturdy bottom end - both hitting the spot in Walter's hybrid, funk-fuelled tech-house style. Closer "Com Truise", which contains a few more nods towards '80s synth-funk amongst the swirling synthesizers and bouncy beats, is also rather good.
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