2021 Jan 05     
2 Bit Thugs

Argentina's Nadia Popoff comes with three varied but equally classy gems

Cordoba, Argentina native Nadio Popoff returns to Klartraum's Lucidflow label with a three-tracker that'll appeal to fans of deep house, dub techno, minimal and deep tech.

The EP kicks off with Purple Queen itself, a slinky deep tech groover with a walking bassline that's tailor-made for warm-ups or weary 4am floors. Green, which follows, is another eyes-down dancefloor cut, albeit one that's a little more sparse and minimal-leaning, and that sports a very Plastic Dreams-ish b-line. And then finally we have Blue Velvet, easily the dubbiest track on the EP and one that's so sonically rich you just want to dive into it and swim around…

With three contrasting but complementary tracks, this EP is a must-check for lovers of deeper tech styles.

Words: Russell Deeks

Release date: Out now



Review Score: 8




Tags: Nadia Popoff, Lucidflow, deep techno, dub techno, deep tech, minimal, deep tech