Paul SG is back at it again on Blu Saphir?s sister label. Collaborating with label owner, Jay Rome earlier this year, Paul brings two beautiful solo rollers forth with Narrow Mind and No Need to Pretend. As expected, the atmospherics brought forth will raise the vibe of any venue it touches, from a rave to a club to a lounge. Led in by dreamy pads, ?woosh? type effects, blips and a reverberating vocal, Narrow Mind?s squelchy bassline drops as Paul SG?s signature style hits the floor. Chilled out by nature but still very danceable, lovely rhodes chords make their entrance. As this number nears its end, legato saxophone riffs ring out in the distance adding atmosphere and depth. Flip over - there's no need to pretend. The hi-hat chimes while filtered effects rush forward into the first drop. Aggressive, driving drums hit the floor while the bassline lulls the listener. Make no mistake about it though ? you won?t be sitting around for this one. After one round of liquid bliss, the chopped up sample leads into the second drop to roll out to the end.