Boomkat Product Review:
Brsitol’s Andy Mac hands over to his label co-owner, Jay L, for a wood-fired session of deep house rustle and crack in Deep Street 002, recalling strong vibes by the likes of Marcellus Pittman, STL, Theo Parrish.
In key with the vibe of Rosedale II/Ideazzz off the 1st 12”, and the FallingUp club night Jay L also runs with Andy Mac and Typesun, Deep Street 002 spells out two nervy beatdown aces dabbed with dusty Bristol fingers for late night sessions and early morning hazes.
On My Friend, he pairs what sounds like a Dahlia Neis vocal with stumbling chords and wood-grained drum knocks in a groove that perpetually feels like two records mixed very slightly out-of-phase but held in there for the duration - an effect we’re always keen to hear.
Turn over for the jazzier fray of Me & Her, extinguishing the goals in favour of teasing out xylophone loop envelopes and wonky rhodes over a gritty, hollow bass drum and conga hustle that bites and swerves in the right places.