Mitsuaki Komamura has been putting out some seriously good electronic music since his first release back in 2006. With his newly formed Weedis label he's taken deep house into a different context, one that is stranger but all the more enticing. On the A-Side "Deep Diving" is a slow-paced, dubbed-out aqueous frenzy which builds gently into a stunning house track layered with sparkling synth lines and candid melodies. On the B-Side, "Dark Lighting" expresses a different mood, taking influences from the Detroit hip-hop tradition and sounds something like Kassem Mosse and Andres combined. "Submarine Canyon" changes tone once again and makes a strong reference to the dub-techno school, but Komamura manages to keep it personal and expressive of his own style. Warmly recommended.
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