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Ittai makes a welcome return to EP with his superb three tracker entitled ‘My Sugar Brother EP’. Ittai’s last release ‘Dost’ received great support from all over which is evidence of his highly skilled approach at producing music. No doubt we will continue to be blown away with what this guy has to offer.
First up is ‘Hyoung Nim’ which intros with a smooth kick and percussion combination, this leads nicely into a well rounded synth riff that carries the hallmarks of true deep house grooves. The bass eases into the sound and powers the track beautifully with its deep lush vibes. The groove bounds on relentlessly before taking a respite on the break where the synths come to the fore and the bass takes a back seat. We see the full force of this track once again as the grooves rebuild and leaving us in a deep house utopia.
‘Sugar Caned’ turns up the heat with a somewhat deep and energetic workout. Big chunky kicks abound as a subtle percussive line keeps the rhythm. The break comes early with a sneak peek at some warm chords before the bassline enters the groove. The track continues to build with cool percussive elements and beautiful synths resulting in an seemingly endless and hypnotic journey.
‘Home Is Where The House Is’ takes us right into the heart of deep house. Solid intro with thick kicks and chords with more chords fading through. The bassline eases into the mix very subtly and before you know it we are locked into a fine deep groove. Percussions build nicely creating smooth rhythms and making this a must have for those deeper sets.