Flumo's mainstay Ekkohaus returns, this time bringing a full-bodied package for the dance floor. Suitably, Far Fetcher acts as a warm welcome, inviting the listener inside its richly deep analogue soundscapes, reminiscent of deeper sides of classic house rhythms that have come from the USA. It's pace provides a perfect way to start off the EP while the synth-vocal creates a soulful depth.
Things get darker and more aggressive with Musketeers, a dub-heavy rhythm that drives one to involuntary movement due to its relentless repetition and & subtle swing. The amalgamation of the synth along with the pulsating sub
invigorates one to move and bounce along with these elements.
Fantasy provides the penultimate party vibe. It's funkiness transcends & the melodies drive the vocals to the extent of ecstasy.
Rounding off the EP 64 Bars features vocals by Arthur Russel, the synth inflicted break progressions capture the vibe of Ekkohaus live sets with Its haunting chants hinting towards techno and while its warmth never escapes.
a1. Far Fetcher