Boomkat Product Review:
Infectiously memorable and limited edition picture-disc introduction from Brooklyn's Witch House duo, featuring the R&B-possessed vox of Romy xx. Chances are you've heard of Creep long before you've actually heard them, such is the nature of the internet hype beast. But in this instance, the praise is due. Backed with remixes by Deadboy and Azari & III, their debut 'Days' is an achingly well-structured piece of Haunted House music, cloaking skeletal voodoo machine rhythms with sulky dark wave bass and reversed shoegaze guitars while The XX's Romy pouts out every vowel with elegiac R&B emotion. The effect is powerful yet immensely fragile, with all the nuanced arrangement of a stadium-arresting megahit introverted to lushly depressive effect. The remixes dutifully diverge its impact into the numb, in-the-pocket swing of Deadboy's abandoned Garage mix, and a dancefloor-trained Chicago version by anthem-makers Azari & III. Highly recommended!