|3.||"The Searching" (5:44)|
|1.||"Abbysal Plains" (6:54)|
|2.||"707 Dreams" (3:01)|
Texan producer Submersible Machines previously plied his trade on Lunar Disko, delivering a pair of enveloping, melody-rich, synthesizer-heavy EPs separated by three long years. Two years on from his last outing, he resurfaces (sorry) on Dutch label Photic Fields. There's plenty more ultra-deep fare on offer, from the bittersweet melodies and yearning chords of "The Searching", to the heart-aching techno fluidity of "Abbysal Plains". While undeniably dancefloor-friendly, it's the Texan's way with mood and melody that really hits the spot. For proof, check the blissful tunefulness of closer "707 Dreams", which sounds like vintage ambient house reinvented for the 21st century.
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