Pocket Money records return with their 5th release to date, this time collaborating with Soul Habitat an artist firmly rooted in the deeper end of the house pool and this EP is a shining example of his commitment to it.
A1 opens the EP up with ‘8th Avenue’ a summers day of a track, free , easy and brimming with nostalgic warmth. Dusty organ stabs and skippy 909 hats keep this one bumping til the early morn. On the flip we have ‘Back to Basics’ slightly more stripped than the A1 but certainly just as groovy. Working the sub and tension of the track a little more than its predecessor this feels slightly more menacing but Soul habitats drum work always makes these tracks dance floor ready
B1 opens up with ‘This Feeling’ a lush wonderful deep house track, melodic and enchanting in equal parts this draws on old school references executing them with a slick modern twist. Closing out the EP on B2 is Class of 909, with a typical Mr Fingers bass line churning its way through the course of this track it layers with chord progressions and spritely leads to deliver a very authentic sounding take on a class sound.