The past few years have seen the re-emergence of Nigel Hayes, the UK producer responsible for many musical house EPs during the early part of the millennium. While the releases on his Astrolife label have been somewhat more direct, Blood Moon shows that he still has a fondness for embracing different styles. Dub influences rise to the surface on the laid back "Blood Moon Rising" and the more dance floor friendly "Alone In Jamaica". On "Mad Sometimes", Hayes continues his dubbed out voyage, this time utilising live drums and stream of consciousness-style vocal samples to great effect, while "Appleton In Dub" is an irresistible, smoky stepper.
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