Boomkat Product Review:
Slow banging house from your boy Anthony Naples, cannily punning on the usually parenthesised Us Mix (US Mix, geddit?) with four dabs of North American ruggedness for thee and we.
Sky Flowers goes first on a muggy sort of NYC electro-boogie chug feathered with flyaway arpeggios; Seello keeps that hustle burning with natty congas and Anthony Shakir-style gospel/disco chord chops, saving a lip-smacking surprise til the later stages.
At Ease looks father out/inwards with mystic jazz key phrasing locked to a slow simmering Chicago bassline; Us Mix seals the vibe for vintage freshnuss on a hypnotic disco-house tip, like some Herbert or Soundhack gem sent back to source.