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The latest from the Galdoors stable: Cafe Nostalgia takes off, a pumping slab of bubbling bleeps and bass with creeping pads to chew on as you go. Conclusions Like Curtains keeps up the pace on the B-side – driving arpeggiator-tech with FM tweaks and washes taking it deeper. Looped-up rounds off, with layers of restless, twittering snippets wrapping you up in a wigged out groove. One-to-watch from Junes on his own imprint.
LABEL: Amadeus Records / AMA005
GENRE: LOSSLESS, Deep House
AVAILABLE FORMAT: 320Kbps (+FLAC)
DOWNLOAD SIZE: (59.04 MB MP3)
TOTAL TRACKS 4
Steve Huerta – Take Me Closer (Original Mix) (07:33) / Emaj, 123bpm
Steve Huerta – Real, Like (This) (Original Mix) (06:02) / B♭maj, 118bpm
Steve Huerta – So Alone (Original Mix) (06:28) / E♭min, 120bpm
Steve Huerta – Take Me Closer (Urulu’s ‘Too Close’ Mix) (05:40) / Emaj, 120bpm
Total Playtime: 00:25:43 min
A young-minded experimentalist whose forward-thinking productions have led us to him. Steve Huerta, the early 20-something Los Angeles native, whose debut EP on Amadeus has us all cringing for more.
EP opener and title track, “Take Me Closer,” solidifies itself within a simple groove. Throbbing bass punches, over-lined with bubbly synths and spontaneously layered vocal stabs gives “Take Me Closer” the club-friendly demeanor geared for the summer. A-side backing, “Real, Like (This),” delves within a darker atmosphere. The left-field sinker takes its filtered pad-work and lustrous percussion through six minutes of pure bliss.
What can’t be summed up from the previous two is built between “So Alone,” a haunting original whose structure is rather fit for a more intimate setting. The single races through atmospheric chord stabs and delayed vocals, giving the entire EP the depth .
For Remix duties we brought in Exploited young-gun Urulu, whose take on the original is nothing short of impressive. A widened groove, complimented by subtle vocal re-workings and a monotonous piano key stab, pushes “Take Me Closer” deeper into the abyss.