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Boomkat Product Review:
**Includes digital download voucher redeemable from the label** Chicago's Supreme Cuts return with the hyper-forward footwork, pop, drill and R&B fusions of 'Divine Ecstasy'. Their canny balance of airborne raps and autotuned vocals from Haleek Maul, Yen Tech, Py, Shy Girls and Mahaut Mondino, paired with deftest studio geometries has to be one of the freshest fusions you'll hear all year. With both producers in their early 20s and only making beats since 2011, there's a palpable immediacy to the 14 tracks of 'Divine Ecstasy', parsing their mutual influences from Basinski to Herbie Hancock and Prince into a sound clearly built on the foundations of Chicago's rich musical heritage - Sam Cooke, R Kelly, DJ Funk, Chief Keef - but not beholden to it. With unique guile and lightness of touch, we're carried from the lush beatdown/R&B of 'Cocktails' featuring Portland's Shy Girls to the pizzicato keys and blazing vocal of standout 'Gone' featuring Mahaut Mondino, into mainlining trance/bass pop arena of 'Envision' featuring Channy of Poliça, thru percolating New Age futurism in 'Divine Ecstasy' and the slowfast bliss of 'Down' to soul-burning magic with 'Brown Flowers' again showcasing Mahaut Mondino's incredible talents. With 'Isis' 16 year old Bajan MC Haleek Maul gives a bleaker contrast, leading to the final flush of breathless footwork R&B featuring Py on 'Faded', via the neon-blinded footwork soul of 'It's Like That' featuring DiS Magazine regular, Yen Tech, and a dope parting shot of deep house boogie magic with 'Epilogue (Street Walker)'. RIYL Evian Christ, The-Drum, Brenmar, DiS magazine.