Boomkat Product Review:
Soulful D&B/Breakbeat debut long-player from Eveson. Originally hailing from Glastonbruy, now living in London, Eveson arrives at 'The Last Summer Of Love' by way of celebrated 12"s for some of D&B's finest houses, marking his territory from liquid rollers to more recent exploits in jazz-dusted 120-140bpm styles. His debut album correspondingly oscillates between these brackets, exploring nu-skool Breaks on 'Dragonfly' or jazz-filtered instrumental hip hop and subbass on 'Watershed'. But he's most comfortable in 170bpm mode, especially on the sweeping soul statement 'Land Of Milk and Honey' and the sumptuous epic 'Retrospections' featuring Sam KDC.