Rather than flooding social media with constant updates, release information and other arguably futile material, France's Rue De Plaisance imprint have been doing their thing since 2011 without bothering anyone. In case you've misunderstood, we love that, and we wish there were more labels that went about their work in the same way; sadly, there are simply too many talkers these days. Previous names include Varoslav, Nico Lahs, Norm Talley and Gary Romalis, among others, but this time it's Martyne and Jacob Chenaux who burst through the ranks with three twisted house deviations. "Reawer" is a deep, hollow technoid bullet that stares into the great unknown thanks to a bottomless pit of airy electronics, while "Morning" ups the percussion levels with a swinging injection of drums, leaving "Adlib" to provide the broken beats and lo-fi house excursions.
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