|1.||"Always Be Here" (9:10)|
Tommy Vicari Jr, also known as either Tomski or Vibration White Finger depending on which sounds you gravitate towards, has put out a staggering amount of EPs since the mid 00s, and an even more absurd volume of tunes in the last three years alone. The house specialist has been called up to revitalise the Hyperspace brand, and this effective four-tracker is built with exactly the right sort of mineral for it. "Always Be Here" bounces lazily amid a wonderful sea of rattling percussion and muddy bass bumps, while "Rudow" is a much sleeker, more intricate house gem backed by a wall of sub-bass. The flipside starts off with "Ramshackles" and its stripped-back, minimalistic approach that leaves room just for the low ends to dissipate, whereas "Unooutcome" drops a classic Chicago sort of vibe that recalls the sort of basslines Lil Louis would bang out on a regular.
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