|1.||"Like A Deaf Intro"|
|2.||"Twin Ears 6D22"|
|1.||"Beyond Your Simple Rules"|
|2.||"Voices In My Head"|
Having forged a name for himself with appearances on On The Prowl and Seven Music, Italian artist Giorgio Luceri makes the leap to the big bad album for none other than Jamal Moss' revered Mathematics, and it's a glorious statement of intent that champions all the principles the label holds dear in magnificent form, from cosmically aligned synth patterns to rigid box beats of the highest calibre. "Meditation" sports a fine square wave undercarriage while the drums stand back in deference, while "Anemone" lilts lasciviously in a Balearic-cum-Bedouin beatdown. "Twin Ears 6D22" meanwhile delivers a more immediate kind of house music satisfaction, whereas "Sconosciuto" heads into more emotive territory with illustrious piano work taking precedence over everything else. With a rich spread of ideas and magnificent production values, Luceri has completely nailed the challenge of tackling your first album and done the label proud in the process.
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