Fresh house and jungle from the New York underground.
The house tracks on AceMoMa are easy to love, from the bouncy, acid-flecked "Nothing Crazy" to "Ethereal Stepping," where the drums skip over pads that line the track like an overcast sky. A whistle-like synth lead completes the vibe, which is something like a lazy afternoon spent at an outdoor party, lounging with your friends before getting up to dance. It's hard to imagine another track this calm that you could still class as a "banger."
AceMoMa dive into jungle and breakbeat on the B-side. "Lucky Number 12" is a pitch-perfect jungle track, with breaks pirouetting over fluffy synths. "Soul Deep Management" is more unusual in comparison. It could be a love letter to classic records on Reinforced and Offshore, labels that pushed jungle and breakbeat music forward. AceMo and MoMa pull off what many take their whole careers to achieve: dance music that feels timeless and fresh.