|1.||"Waiting For A (Woman)" (The Revenge rework) (6:47)|
|2.||"Hewal3" (Cain remix) (5:50)|
|1.||"Cape Malay Prayer" (Mehmet Aslan remix) (8:12)|
Brian D'Souza and Esa Williams' 2015 album, Theory of Flo - the second Auntie Flo full-length - has picked up many plaudits since it was released last year. Here, a trio of album tracks gets given a new lease of life via brand new reworks. The Revenge kicks off proceedings, in the process delivering a dreamy, evocative, hypnotic interpretation that belies his reputation as a maker of forthright house and loopy disco. Cain gets in the Afro-futurist spirit with a throbbing, polyrhythm heavy take on "Hewal3", before D'Souza's Highlife pal Mehmet Aslan steals the show with an inspired flipside remix of "Cape Malay Prayer". Full of lilting electronics, trippy effects, indigenous instrumentation and rolling percussion, it's something of a soft-spun delight.
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