Stryk's September contributions mark the 61st release of the label. Exercising a work-horse output dating back to 2011, the Brittany based crew have formed an identity within warm, atmospheric deep house.?The premiered titled track 'Azur' is a nine minute masterclass in sultry, coastal minimal that could form an idyllic soundtrack to a Sunwaves sunrise. Sounds are gentle and unhurried, slowly unfolding over a simple, full-bodied sub bass, forming the strain of versatile minimal that slides effortlessly into multiple contexts.?A stuttered chord sequence washes over the mix for the majority of the arrangement, lacing with swishing synth pads and a soft drum palate, each carrying an innocent, timeless character that coats the full four track EP.?The clean, friendly quality to the sound design makes for an easy listening experience; whether its sound-tracking brewing a morning coffee, or taming a packed, steamy after hours, 'Azur's well produced aesthetic is apparent.?'Ephemere' ventures into dreamy, dub-influenced atmospheres to complete the A-side. Elegant breakbeat structures narrate a deep trip, before switching the energy on the B-side with 'Wuo's uplifting 4/4 micro formulas, and concluding with the awe-inspiring breaks of B2 'Again'.