|1.||Jacopo - "Biloxi" (6:17)|
|2.||Chris Geschwindner - "Marie Posa" (5:51)|
|1.||Modex - "Eventual Purpose" (6:41)|
|2.||Lapucci - "Clouds On Mars" (5:54)|
The latest release from Seekers offshoot Twig showcases a quartet of cuts by new recruits to the label's growing roster of artists. Jacopo kicks things off via the surging but squeezy synth bass and classic tech-house tropes of "Biloxi", before Chris Geschwinder joins the dots between Brown-era Orbital and jacking 21st century tech-house on acid-fired workout "Marie Pose". The B-side opens with out pick of the bunch, a jazz-dance friendly futurist house odyssey from Modex propelled by squiggly acid lines and rubbery jazz-funk bass, before Lapucci rounds things off with the deep space techno bounce of "Clouds On Mars".
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