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You know when you see the Peacefrog label it's going to be a classy deal. This mid-tempo Chicago house EP from Spencer Kincy is no exception. This time a little more mellow and electronic take on the sound is being deployed here.
The B-side is where the action is for me, with the B cut track "Phosphorscene" featuring the most abstract and augmented sound palette and the introduction of a nice chord change around halfway through which would be pretty effective in the set. Personally speaking, "Counting Sheep" is my favourite track - it sounds to me like Ultramarine gently giving Vision's "The Other Side Of Life" the remix treatment.