|2.||"Ice Thin" (7:44)|
|2.||"Ice Thin" (Jesse Futerman remix) (6:05)|
|3.||"Outro Version" (7:02)|
Harry Wolfman is back for a full length after his collaboration with Loz Goddard last year. Here he delves into the leftfield side of house on this dreamy five tracker. "Fermi" is a deep and sultry lo-fi house jam that is perfect for chilled Summertime moments, while "Ice Thin" is an equally warm and balmy number with subtle latin house influences: in the vein of early Ian Pooley. On the flip, things get gritty on "Downstream" a trippy looped up number using some distorted disco/funk samples to interesting and hypnotic effect. Finally "Outro Version" is the EPs finest moment on this deep and evocative number with its Mr Fingers style bassline and reverb drenched soul samples providing the track with that extra edge. Toronto's Jesse Futerman joins us for the remix fresh from his debut releases on Church and Omena.
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