Strategy "Tomorrow May Never Come"
Set to release his Boxology cassette tomorrow via 100% Silk, Strategy (a.k.a. Paul Dickow) has sent over record cut "Tomorrow May Never Come," a sweeping work of uplifting, buoyant house. Here, Dickow's production is a pleasant synthesis of delicate keys and shimmering pings that can sound reminiscent of animated video game bleeps. Despite its club-ready beat and tones, there is something remarkably fun-loving about "Tomorrow May Never Come"—a fact which makes it all the more an enjoyable listen.
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