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Boomkat Product Review:
Deep, jazz-inspired electromance and broken beat from Nick Araguay, striking straight between the eyes of Dego and The Other People Place on his debut for Sähkö
Effortlessly refreshing vintage vibes, Araguay exerts a very canny spin on deep house, Detroit electro and South London broken beats at every turn in his follow-up to 12”s issued by for Peur Bleue Records and Shall Not Fade in 2015 and 2017.
‘Gédéon’ beautifully leaves you guessing for the first two minutes as its scudding, Reichian dub chords eventually find their feet in loose electro framework that turns out into a proper jazz-funk bassline workout, and likewise ‘Sous-Marin’ fakes left with a screwed intro that precipitates deft, minimalist broken beat swing and E.R.P.-esque pads, while ‘Saka Motto’ catches a breezier electro rhythms and Martian melodies in his imaginary butterfly-net framework.