- Words: Ryan Romana
- Label: Social Studies
Mathematics has definitely established a fine balance between soulful funk and edgy techiness, a quality that has made their tunes feel at home with a wide spectrum of DJs. "Jazz" is no exception as it drives through distorted Rhodes and a rollercoaster-moving bassline. Check the flip, "Sphinx," where the bass sounds fall into a deep abyss.
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