|1.||"The Great Unknown" (6:18)|
|2.||"Watching You Sleep" (6:11)|
After impressing with their baggy, floor-friendly and often pitched-down blends of deep house and disco, Sleazy Beats Recordings called it a day in 2012, opening the Sleazy Beats Black Ops imprint in its place. Here, they continue to push forward their head-nodding, toe-tapping sound via an EP from Outplay label owner Junktion. It's a big of a killer, too, with the Dutch producer delivering a trio of tasty cuts built around hand-picked disco samples, rolling grooves, and just the right amount of warm, soul-flecked deep house elements. Our pick is probably "The Great Unknown" - it boasts the strongest, richest disco loops of the three, and some killer chords - though the breezy "Watching You Sleep" isn't far behind.
JimmyTheTwin, Tufan Demir, Aaron Dae (Razor-N-Tape), Replika (Quintessentials), Matt Trousdale, Goshawk/Rhythm Plate, Dave Allison (Editorial), Superbreak, Mike W - Kolour LTD, Frank Booker, JKriv (Razor-N-Tape), Sleazy Beats Recordings, Evan Michael, Trujillo, Karol Aleksander, Young Adults, Martin Hayes (Mating Rituals Rec.), KS French, Werkshy, L'Atelier, Goddard, Voodoo Whiskey, Paxton Fettel, Alan Mooney's Edits, Terrence Pearce, QUEEN & DISCO, Louis Hughes (Two Deep), The Silver Rider (Whiskey Disco), Thomas Wood, Diggin' Disco Deep
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