|1.||"Garden Of Terrors" (8:12)|
|2.||"Subterranean Storm" (7:43)|
Over the last 18 months, Kiwi siblings Chaos In The CBD have become one of the most sought-after talents in deep house - thanks, in no small part, to fine release for such hyped labels as Church and Rhythm Section International. Here they present their second 12" on Japan's mighty Mule Musiq. It's a typically confident and ear-pleasing affair, with opener "Garden of Terrors" showing their skill in mixing enveloping chords and sticky aural textures with dense, African-influenced tribal drums. This growing passion for loose, layered organic percussion is also evident on the humid "Asmat", while closer "Subterranean Storm" sees them back in dreamy, jazz-flecked deep house mode. Like their other tracks in this style, it's something of a slow-burning dancefloor delight.
Tomi Chair, Life Recorder, Owain Kimber (Owain K), RUSTAM OSPANOFF., Matt Pond (DeepSystems), Jacques Renault, Zenner, Juno Recommends Deep House, Petr Serkin, Agnostic Rhythm, Djs: Most Charted - Deep House, Lumitecc, Anaxander, Shaka (KolourLTD, Balance Alliance), Aleqs Notal, Tilman, Nicky Soft Touch, Heist Recordings
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