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LAR165 | 2013-03-11  
Evan Iff returns to Large for his follow up to Glory that highlights his distinctive artistic vision and trademark sound that is causing quite a stir in the Deep House underground. The first track, Busy, is a cheeky little number made for the floor with hints of Chicago Jack, a bassline designed for for the body, and layered warm chords. The title track follows and is, in his own words, quintessential Evan. To clarify, this is a prime example of what we've come to expect from at least one track per EP from him, a certain raw density and vibe that tugs at the soul while leaving enough power for the party. It seems to us that the synth line in Slide has a mind of its own. When we asked Evan about this he described the process of layering his Korg through a Maserati compressor to create organic popping and hissing sounds. We conclude it's just a perfect example of the natural Ghost in the Machine. Enjoy!

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