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Come into My House EP

A 6 track house ep (32m 46s) — released September 22nd 2014 on Church
  1. With his accomplished Barcelona EP having turned the heads of Seth Troxler, Maya Jane Coles, Ben Pearce and Maribou State among many others, Church head honcho Seb Wildblood returns with a hugely assured EP that matches his nascent label's promising recent output. Demonstrating all manner of technical ability across six tracks, Come Into My House is a release that captivates, sedates and excites in equal measure. Side A opener Hunney is a blissful summer evening affair, offering a shimmering, reflective twist on new sounds that's tailor-made for cruising down the strip with the top down. Edmondson, meanwhile, delicately flips the script towards the dancefloor with a vibrant and ethereal remix perfect for a season of rooftops, beaches and back gardens. The A Side also features the EP's eponymous track, a downbeat, effortlessly atmospheric and marvellously subtle piece that's over all too quickly and demands another listen. If Side A was all sunsets and sunrises, the B Side to Wildblood's latest release seems to possess a more timeless quality. Warm is a masterclass in both acoustics and arrangement, seamlessly bringing together a wealth of rich samples - think dreamy echoes, lush chords and irresistible drum programming - to create possibly the strongest club cut of the bunch. Church partner in crime Apes is on hand to turn in a catchy, swinging and snare-driven remix, while Kommune1 brings the curtain down on the EP with a deft reinterpretation of Come Into My House that preserves the original's soul and warmth whilst skilfully upping the intensity.
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