|1.||J Albert - "Thank You For Believing In Me" (7:06)|
|2.||J Albert - "See You At The Bank" (4:35)|
|1.||Person Of Interest - "Pompano Acid" (5:51)|
|2.||Person Of Interest - "Still" (3:48)|
Person Of Interest's name is proving to be a self-fulfilling prophecy despite the producer's steadfast anonymous approach with an increasing clamour for their music after some breakout cuts for Ron Morelli's LIES label. Ahead of a debut for Clone Royal Oak, Person of Interest adds the fledgling Exotic Dance label to their collar on a 12" that shares space with Broken Call and Black Opal artist J. Albert. If you are familiar with the duo's respective bodies of work, you will know their grubby styles complement one another and that proves to be the case on this 12". "Thank You For Believing In Me" suggests J Albert seems to possess a similar knack to Tony Naples for warbling melodies and earworm vocal hooks, whilst "See You At The Bank" finds the Florida-based producer dabbling in Acting Press-style breakbeat house with some aplomb. Down below, POI pairs up fairly staid drums with some deliciously colourful and unpredictable acid lines and organs on "Pompano Acid" whilst "Still" is a crusty little percussive DJ tool.
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