Silicone Soul Staring Into Space
- Words: Janet Tzou
- Label: Soma
Scotland's mighty Soma imprint delivers yet again: former Slam protégés and overwhelming club faves Silicone Soul keenly display their forte for production, delivering elegant, driving deep house that plows through any dancefloor. Their stunning opener "When The Devil Drives" strongly recalls the sexy warmth of vintage Laurent Garnier; the remaining tracks feel distinctive and vibrant, pulsing with gleaming funk lines and an exceptionally tight rhythmic command. Enjoy shivers of tech-house delight on "Under A Werewolf Moon," which quivers note by note up your spine.
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