|1.||"Anything You Want From Me"|
|2.||"Down For The Count"|
Arguably Australia's most talented producers, the Carter Bros drop the first EP for The Melbourne Deepcast. The Twenty Thousand Leagues Beneath is choc-full of obscure and pitched up-or-down samples and unflagging drums. Funky guitar licks croon over thumpy Carter Bros kicks in "Anything You Want From Me" while Jamaican horns and dubby reggae vibes caress "Bamboo Hoo". The vocal line of "Would you stop talking, you talk to much, both of you" is the centrepiece of "Hush Now" while burning 303 acidics do all the talking in "Star Time". The walking bass line, sparse percussion and disco filter samples of "Down For The Count" have the ability to turn any dance floor into a choreographed line dance.
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