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One of the most artistic labels of the modern scene continues to hone its own aesthetic here with a new EP from Spanish DJ, producer and label boss Undo, complete with a remix from Maurice Aymard. Undo has long been a key fixture on the Barcelona scene as not only artistic director at The Loft, but as boss of his own Factor City label. The man born Gabriel Berlanga has also been a composer, vocalist, guitarist and bassist in pop-rock bands since school days so has a vast musical understanding. The first cut here is title track eAimia, a wobbling, bass heavy and off kilter house jam with standout synths and plenty of emotive little female cries buried deep in the arrangement. Its sombre yet charming at the same time and will bring dancefloors together with its tender touches. Maurice Aymard (aka acclaimed DJ and producer and founder of Galaktika Records) remixes the track into a much more direct and propulsive jam with fulsome drums, weird effects and plenty of trippy late night charm. Undos next original is eLost With You, this time things slow right down and youre left to wallow in his syrupy, gloopy synths as they warble below a gentle smattering of percussion. Heavenly pads add a sense of space to the backdrop and again Undo strikes a truly resonant emotional pose with his patient production. Finally, eOut There is another sensitive and go slow synth jam with lazy, elastic chords stretched between spacious drums. Filtered vocals add an element of futuristic humanism and the whole thing really seeps into your soul. These are well crafted tracks that make much more of an impact on you than your average club fare, and for that reason are a perfect fit on the ever excellent MFR label.


Aimia EP