If you've ever heard a release from Flex (Italy) you would know that this Italian native is a master of his craft, giving you a very distinctive yet very at home feel with his Deep House Vibe based around his solid House based grooves. So, we knew even before listening to "The Great Wave EP" will do anything but disappoint. His intro to the EP "Daitoku" Is a journey into the Flex Vibe as we now call it, an old-school house bassline that drives you into its nostalgic synths backed by a slamming bass drum. The whole story comes together completely with his lush pads that carry it all the way through until the last second.
Up next came "Tokio Street Disorder" no joke, the second we pressed play everyone in the room started moving there feet, this track is so Groove based you literally cannot stop moving, the second you think you can rest is when he brings the drums out, only to slam them back in with that Deep Uk style Garage bassline in the background. Rim shots Claps and Hats Carried by a solid Groove, "Tokio Street Disorder" was made for any dancefloor just rocking a good vibe, a must in any DJ's playlist.
Last but not least, "Saidaiji", This break-style house fusion is a story in its self, A solid DnB Groove backed by heavy basslines hiding under the kicks, the uplifting soulful vocal shots rolling around, carried by the lush pads Flex is known for, gives you a different taste of outside of the producers 4/4 passed tracks, proving that the Italian can rock any genre he tried to dive into.