Boomkat Product Review:
Ghostleigh's gone and upped his game with the tenth release on his boutique self-titled imprint. Both tracks follow his recent trajectory into deeper, slower House and modern Disco zones with an increasingly sophisticated finish. A-side is lost to a lush Detroit dream, tracing padded kicks tipping to Omar-S or Theo, all enveloped by lavish synth chords and romantically sustained strings. We could almost hear the flipside dropped as a Running Back release, the hypnotic mid-tempo pace and clipped disco shuffle reminding of something from Roman Flügel or maybe like a more sensually smudged Mark E track. Debonaire black label styles for the connoisseurs.