Previously, Polish brothers from other mothers Earth Traxx and Newborn Jr have both released killer EPs that look to the "dream house" era for inspiration. It should be no surprise, then, that this superb collaborative two-tracker looks to the same loved-up period of European dance music for inspiration. "Bailando", for example, boasts an attractive and saucer-eyed mixture of rolling organ riffs, dreamy chords, rubbery bottom end and the kind of whistling synthesizer melodies originally heard on new age ambient records. It's very good, but it could be argued that the restless flipside "Aquamarine" is even better. It, too, boasts plenty of dream house flourishes - sparkling piano riffs, swirling and brightly coloured electronics, and so on - but thrusts itself forward at a much more techno-centric pace.
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