Boomkat Product Review:
Deep, jazzy twysts on a rooted house theme from Dawit Eklund, following up last year’s ace drum track session with Dolo Percussion, and the tripping broken beats of his ‘Ouroborous EP’ 
In all four parts Dawit entwines his East African heritage with heavy references to American house and funk with inimitable style. On Gravity that comes out in a wicked push and pull between earthy, grubbing drums and purple hued, ascendent G-funk licks, while New Life gets it up with a rolling mesh of dubbed out funk chords and gently cattle-prodded drums to get the best out of the dancers. Flipside, he takes that vibe more introspective with the loosely smudged hustle of Sufferation Dub, before Luna’s Melody hardly touches the ground in a very special turn of autotuned soul vocals with chromatic keyboard licks and wickedly pendulous, effervescent breaks designed to marionette dancers from the shoulders and waist.