It would be fair to say that both of Denis Sulta's 12" singles on Dixon Avenue Basement Jams are "in-demand", commanding surprising prices online. It's likely that this first outing on Numbers - a single-track salvo pressed in limited quantities - will go the same way. It's typically of his analogue-rich, retro-futurist sound, with starry, Detroit-influenced synth lines and intergalactic melodies riding a virtual wave of drum machine hits and skittish cymbals. It feels like an early '90s British experiment in fusing the best of house and techno, but that's no bad thing. It's certainly bristling with late night positivity.
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