Hear ∆ ∆'s 'Caveman Escapades' EP for Fourth Wave
- Words: Glenn Jackson
After debuting on RAMP sub-label Fourth Wave with last year's Skyway EP, Greek producer Dimitris Dimas (a.k.a. ∆ ∆, pronounced "Delta Delta") returns to the imprint this week with a pair of soft-spoken house productions.
On the Caveman Escapades EP, Dimas appears to favor pillowy textures, which he sets atop his everything-but-the-kitchen sink approach to house rhythms; pitting metallic and wooden percussion hits alongside a reliable four-on-the-floor structure. The two-track affair is also a rather balanced one, with a-side "Caveman" taking shape as a more driving, pulsing effort, while b-side "Escapades" exhibits a more relaxed feel, its languid chords and occasional melodies making it somewhat reminiscent of Lone's recent work.
Dimas' Caveman Escapades EP is out today via Fourth Wave, with both of its efforts available to stream in full below.
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