|1.||"Ek Maak Julle Dance"|
|2.||"Ek Maak Julle Dance" (Portable remix)|
After a successful first round with Sisterhood, London label Tief Music return with Prophets Of The South, a new studio collaboration between Cape Town native Esa and Ali 'Ooft' Herron that injects a lilt of African soul into their contemporary deep house productions. "Ek Maak Julie Dance" has anthem plastered all over it with that catchy flute and bassline call-and-response hook, while the groove sports a whisper of UK funky about it. Portable's remix of the track meanwhile draws on all that producers classic traits to deliver another one of those surreal and spiritual techno excursions he is so adept at. "Boesman Lamabada" works off a deeper, analogue synth refrain that, paired with the ever-building layers of strings, works to bring real tension to the party, which is a state of affairs "Die Plain" seems more than content to crest out on with its open topped chimes and growling bassline.
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