Hungarian producer Meister comes to the German label with a five-track EP
After remixing Dilby's Set Trippin' for Bondage-Music last year, Hungarian producer Daniel Meister returns to the German label with a full four-track, five-mix EP.
Up first is Voles itself, a lo-slung deep house groover that definitely comes from the bumpin', garage-y side of the street, but is twitchy-glitchy enough to satisfy minimal/deep tech floors, too. Girls operates in similar fashion but with a slighty dubbier, more head-nodding (as opposed to rump-shaking) kinda feel, while a remix of the same from Frink takes us into even sparser, more late-night territory. Lights Out is a touch more sedate and hence definitely one for those warm-up or afterhours sets, while completing the EP is Lucidity, the most uptempo cut on the whole EP and one that's all about getting those hips swaying.
There's no shortage of deep tech grooves around at the moment, but this is one of the finer examples hitting shops this week – fans of the style won't want to miss it.
Words: Russell Deeks
Release date: 7 September
Review Score: 8