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  • Release Date 2013-11-13
  • Label Peach
  • Catalog PEACH002
The Earth House Hold moniker may not be familiar to everyone, but the man behind the name, veteran producer bvdub (a.k.a. Brock Van Wey), has been notably walking the line between deep techno and ambient music for nearly a decade. Both "Back Where I Belong" and "A Little Late for That Now" clock in at nearly 12 minutes, and find Van Wey constructing a delicate lattice of shimmering, crystal-clear melodies and soulful, slow-burning vocals atop a slow-motion house skeleton. Without question, the music is "deep," but there's an undeniable, albeit subtle, pop current running through these compositions. It may be adventurous to say that the tracks recall the sultry glow and hypnotic excellence of artists like Sade, but Van Wey's vocal-heavy approach harkens back to a time when soul and R&B singers could actually sing, and his tunes carry a similar emotional wallop. Someone could easily get lost in the expanse of Earth House Hold's compositions, but even if that happens, it's a safe bet that they won't be in any hurry to find their way back out again....
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