Boomkat Product Review:
London's Sigha return with a second impressive plate for the seemingly unstoppable Hot Flush crew, once again exposing the more Techy, introspective end of the label's ever-expanding palette. "Remembrance" is a killer midnight burner, a contemplative number that sounds slow and hazy despite registering a healthy 140 bpm - one of those immersive tracks that would sound comfortable alongside material from T++ despite being considerably more widescreen and open. "On the Strip" on the flipside follows a similar trajectory, with added delays and reverberating snares thrown into the mix. For lovers of the deep stuff - or indeed followers of the tech variations of Pangaea and his ilk - this comes very highly recommended indeed. Killer twelve.