|1.||"Quiche Toc" (6:56)|
|2.||"Save Some Pour Moi" (7:03)|
|1.||"Jon Stoc Ton" (9:11)|
It's perhaps unsurprising that Guy From Downstairs (or, as his parents know him, Victor Ernuteanu) has released on Robsoul: he makes the kind of elastic, glitch-fuelled tech-house funk that has long been associated with the likes of Phil Weeks, David Duriez, Rob Mello and Swag. He's at it again here on his own GFM imprint. Arguably the most impressive cut is epic flipside "Jon Stoc Ton", which gradually builds from a chugging, drum-heavy shuffler to a locked-in late night treat over ten hypnotic minutes. Those looking for a little more electronic funk should check opener "Quiche Toc", while "Save Some Pour Moi" is an altogether deeper and chunkier proposition.
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