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There we go again. Finally, Cuthead returns with the long awaited follow-up to his 'Brother EP'. His new record 'Everlasting Sunday' surely fulfils some dreams as it is packed with no less than nine tracks. Three catchy House tunes on the A-Side and six Hip-Hop-jams on the B-side make for a very extended EP or a mini-album...the choice is up to you! Right at the beginning we start with the sample-heavy 'Maputo Jam', a tune in classical Cuthead-manner with its irresistible drumming full of stumbling blocks and layers of sweet synth-melodies. 'Nautic Walking' is a straighter House track with a guitar line and clapping samples but that bass line quickly reminds you whom you're listening to. 'Minerals' starts off pretty deeply before evolving from a jazzy House affair into an almost orchestral tune with opulent strings. The flipside is an extensive expression of Cutheads inexhaustible love for Hip-Hop. There is feel-good material like 'Everlasting Sunday' and 'Deep Shadows' as well as banging joints like 'Calculator Watch' with all the typical Cuthead-trademarks: sick bass work, stammering drumming and imaginative sampling....

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