Due next month, the forthcoming Shortage EP is said to showcase budding New York City talent Enoe across four-tracks of "low-end house [and] garage creations, with a deep reflective feel." Here we have the title track, a sunken but dancefloor-ready slice of house built around floating chords and anchored by rich sub-bass. The six-plus minute track develops into a gradually deeper endeavor, diving down into increasingly seductive layers of crisp percussion and enhanced by subtle vocal tweaks. Enoe's Shortage EP will see a release June 3 via Belfast's Rudimentary imprint.
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