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Boomkat Product Review:
Brum’s Jayson Wynters makes a sterling addition to the DBA roster with a raw and sophisticated deep house sound on the Double Standards EP, doubling down on the vibes of his 2016 debut with Mr. G’s Phoenix G label, and backed the heck up with a wicked Kowton remix.
Fair to say we haven’t heard this kind of hypnotic house pressure from the UK since, well, a long time, or at least Mr. G’s A Good Place album. But even then Jason Wynters has got something special, unique going on here; picking us up with the Badalamenti-in-Detroit vibes of Technological Enslavement, getting hunched and gritty but debonaire pads in Double Standards, and keeping it right down there with the slower movement and haunting, hovering chords of Sonic Boxing.
In fine style, Kowton remixes Technological Enslavement his own way to sound something like a water damaged vintage Virus cut.